No, you are done growing.
because its possible that easy!
A possible result of the growing sectional debate over slavery would be states seceding.
The protists feed off of the substance that it is growing on so the mold or yeast spores grow over the substance.
Dried up yellowish bamboo is dead bamboo,and soft bamboo exgreenish is growing bamboo.So panda bears eat soft bamboo exgreenish.
No, growing up to adulthood is a natural process, only stopped on death.
No, that is not physically possible.
Grass growing in a lawn is a physical change because the origonal substance still exists. :) good luck!
No, there is no possible way proven to stop growing at the age of 13.
Yes, especially if the mother has not been managing to eat enough. The fetus does go through phases of growing and not growing
Your bones become more brittle (more porous and easier to break), they obviously stop growing, the rate of regeneration is slowed.
I am not sure it is possible to stop growing.
Simply not possible.
All of the above
Some possible results of the growing sectional debate over slavery include humanitarian results. For example, when people treat others fairly, all will be educated and respected and slavery will stop growing.
There are two popular definitions of the word "sallow." The first is a description of one's complexion - as in they are yellowish or pale. The second would be used when referring to a low-growing tree or shrub.
Sunflower is neither a creeper nor a climber. Its a plant growing upto 4 feets or more. But its little bit herbaceous, brittle-like.
It is likely woolly apple aphids.
because 87 % of japan is montains
The impurities grab on to the growing crystals
No, however it is possible to start the baby growing in a tube but it has to be transferred to a mother's womb to develop and be born.