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The symbols for sky conditions that I know are clear, partly cloudy, generally cloudy, cloudy, overcast and rain.
Plants make enough glucose to be used during the night and on cloudy days when they don't get sunlight. The extra glucose is stored in the plant's leaves and other parts.
If glucose is present, the solution will go clear blue, then cloudy green, then yellow and finally red - the precipate of copper (1) oxide.
X It looks partly cloudy.
If your frog's eyes are smoky, cloudy, foggy, or blueish, he most likely has a condition known as Cloudy Eye. ... These are probably due to being banged around while they were being shipped to the pet store or on the ... This can result in death.
The silver nitrate is originally clear and transparent. Without any chemical reactions or negative ions the color does not change. However, the color of the negative silver nitrate is cloudy and has a whitish, silver, color to it.
No, the word cloudy is not a noun. The word cloudy is an adjective.
Cloudy, possibly poisonous water blocking filtration equipment, reduced effectiveness of sanitation chemicals.
clear,partly cloudy,cloudy,mostly cloudy,and overcast
On a sunny day to give off energy, food (glucose), and oxygen
# Yes it does rain when when it's cloudy. In fact it only rains when its cloudy.
All clouds are not partly cloudy they are entirely cloudy.
Yes it is very cloudy.
cloudy is an adjective.
"Cloudy" is an adjective.
The synonym of cloudy Is vague
Kumori (曇り) --- meaning cloudy, cloudy weather, etc.
No, the word 'cloudy' is an adjective, a word used to describe a noun (a cloudy day, a cloudy mixture).The noun form of the adjective 'cloudy' is cloudiness, a concrete noun; a word for a physical property of something.
Cloudy in spanish is nublado.