Asked in Strawberries
In wild strawberry plants stems are capable of arching downward and taking root in the ground resulting in the formation of a new plant what type of reproduction is this?
What is downward rapid movement of rocks resulting in mass wasting?
uhhh i think its weathering??
Downward rapid movement of rocks resulting in mass wasting?
it is landslide or more specifically, a rockslide
Asked in Tornadoes
How do funnel clouds become tornadoes?
A funnel cloud is a potentially tornadic vortex that has not reached the ground. Funnel cloud formation starts when a downdraft wraps around a large circulation called a mesocyclone, squeezing it, and causing it to narrow and stretch downward. If the resulting vortex reaches the ground, it is called a tornado. ...
Asked in Chemistry
What formation of a solid product in a chemical reaction is represented by what symbol?
The formation of a solid product in a chemical reaction is represented by "(s)" next to the symbol of the product. If it is a precipitate in a solution a downward arrow is shown on the RHS of the symbol of the product. ...
Asked in Physics, Hot Air Balloons
What are the two forces that affect a hot air balloon?
The downward force of gravity, and the upward buoyant force resulting from the low density air inside the balloon. ...
Asked in Science, Agriculture
Why does steep land or hilly topography limit agriculture?
EROSION!!! XD When it rains the dirt will be carried downward, resulting in less soil, and bad farming since you need soil. ...
Asked in The Difference Between
What is the difference between upward and downward multiplexing?
upward and downward ultiplexing
Asked in Speleology
What term refers to the formations that grow downward from the top of Caves National Park?
If you mean from the cave roofs, and the caves are in limestone, then 'stalactites'. The term refers to such formation in any karst cave irrespective of location. ...