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Asked in Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Biomes, Biochemistry
What is the natural state of phosphorus?
the natural state of phosphorus is a white- yellow powder form. it can be found in almost anything natural. the natural state of phosphorus is a white- yellow powder form. it can be found in almost anything natural. ...
Asked in Psychology
What is Ego syndrome?
Ego syndrome is not a medically recognized term, but it comes in many forms. One is runaway ego syndrome, which occurs when someone keeps bragging on themselves. This syndrome is usually intensified with alcohol. Another is fragile white ego syndrome, in which a white person bases their worth in part on pride of being white, which is a false pride that is easily threatened. ...
Asked in Iowa
Who was the first white settler to live in what is now the state of Iowa?
The first white settler to live in what is now the state of Iowa was Julien Dubuque. He came to Iowa in 1788. ...
What is the prognosis for a patient with Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome?
Most patients with this syndrome can lead normal lives, even with episodes of tachycardia. In many cases, the syndrome is secondary to the underlying congenital heart defect. However, Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome can cause. ...
How is Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome diagnosed?
Electrocardiography (ECG) is used to diagnose Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome, and other cardiac arrhythmias. A trained physician, normally a cardiologist, can recognize patterns of electrical conduction. With this syndrome. ...
Asked in Symptoms
What are the symptoms of the Wolff Parkinson White Syndrome?
There are many symptoms of Wolff-Parkinson-White Syndrome. Some of these symptoms are heart palpitations, fatigue, lightheadedness, anxiety and chest pain. ...
What are some diseases that begin with the letter W?
West Nile Virus White Piedra Wilms Tumor (cancer of childhood) Waldenstrom macroalbuminuria Whiplash (more of an injury than a disease) Werdnig-Hoffman disease Williams syndrome Wilsons Disease West Syndrome (some would say a syndrome is not a disease) White Sponge Nevus Wooly hair nevus Weber-Christian disease Winchester Syndrome Wrinkly skin syndrome Wildervanck syndrome Waardenburg Syndrome Woronoff's Ring Wende-Bauckus Syndrome Watson syndrome ...
Asked in Minnesota
Where is the pink and white lady's slipper located?
It is the Minnesota state flower but it can be found anywhere (except Antarctica) ...
Where has white nose syndrome been found?
the condition had been found in over 115 caves and mines ranging mostly throughout the Northeastern US and as far south as North Carolina and west to Tennessee and into the provinces of Quebec and Ontario in Canada. ...