Parenting and Children
What is the production of off spring involving 2 parents?
Asked in Literature and Language
What is the meaning of the quote resulting in her appearance in the offspring of a character which is not present in the parents but which is potentially transmissible to its offspring?
the meaning of the quote resulting in her appearance in the off spring of a character which is not present in the parents but which is potentially transmissible to its off spring is resulting in her appearance in the off spring of a character which is not present in the parents but which is potentially transmissible to its off spring
Asked in Genetics
What is the first generation of off spring from the cross of two parents?
What do mitochondria have to increase chemical reactions?
Asked in Genetics, Blood Types
Can parents with blood type AB produce off spring with type O blood?
How do mutations in DNA get transmitted to offspring?
Can a black haired man and a brown haired woman have a brown haired baby?
Asked in Gymnastics
Is it easier to get a standing backhand spring or round off backhand spring?
Asked in Law & Legal Issues, Spring Break
If a parent reports to a cop that their 18-year old daughter left for spring break can their parents still stop her?
Can you replace the front shocks on a 2003 Lincoln Town Car with out taking off the tire and wheel and the coil spring?
Asked in Ford Escort, Ford Escort LX
How do you change rear shock assembly's on a 1996 ford escort lx?
You have to take the whole strut assembly off (shock and spring). Then with a spring compressor on the coil spring, take the top nut off the strut shaft and take the spring off. Once the spring is off the whole strut assembly is replaced which will contain a new shock. Then you already have the spring compressed, so you put the old spring on to new strut (shock) put the top back on, release the spring and tighten the nut. You have to have a vise to clamp the strut into to replace the strut body.
Asked in Genetics
Contrast the two main ways that organisms reproduce?
Asked in Pigs
What is the average advantages of crossbreeding over pure breeds of a swine?
Cross breeds usually carry the genetic traits of both parents. Meaning, if you mate a breed that is known for high milk producing females with another breed that is known for high meat production, then you will get an offspring that excels both traits. Whereas, purebred off spring will throw that breed characteristic.