Asked in Science, Scientists, Louis Pasteur
Do you agree that science was the most important factor in the development of the Germ Theory?
well since the germ theory is a scientific theory yes
Asked in Ancient History, World Heritage Sites
Why is it important to preserve world heritage sites for future generations?
It is important to preserve world heritage sites so other generations can see it. ...
Asked in Genetics
Why are somatic mutations generally less important than germ mutations?
Because the somatic mutation only produces the color of the iris of the eye. The germ mutation is in charge of the cell which will produce a gamete. It may be passed onto the offspring. So the somatic mutation isn't as important as the germ mutation. ...
Asked in Environmental Issues, Wetlands
Why is it important to preserve wetlands?
It is important to preserve the Wetlands because many species of plants and animals will become extinct without them. The Wetlands also help keep water levels normal and purify the water. It is important to preserve wetlands because it is still land. You would not want the lands to flood. ...
How important was the development of the microscope in discovering the cause of infectious disease?
it was so important because you can discover the smallest things in the germ ...
Asked in Environmental Issues, Forests
Why is it important to preserve renewable resources such as soil and forests?
It is important to preserve renewable resources such as soil and forests. This makes them more useful to the various activities that man engages in without being worn out. ...
Asked in Example Sentences
What is a good sentence for the word preserve?
Will you come and help me preserve our park? The prickles contained salt to preserve the flavor. " It is important to preserve what few areas of nature we have left for future generations. " " I like to preserve small children in jars and line them up on a shelf in my bedroom. " Thanks for reading my Answers :) ...