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    The Oxford English Dictionary defines being “spoon-fed” as being “fed with a spoon.” And although this is most certainly true, there is so much more to the word. As a child, I loved to be spoon-fed – mashed carrots, soft yams, mushy peas. I loved them all. But it didn’t end there. I also had an insatiable curiosity. Where did the dinosaurs go? Why is that man homeless? Where do babies come from? My parents would always patiently listen and spoon-feed me a quick and simple answer. Growing up I came to realize that some of them weren 't always entirely correct or even necessarily true. But they would set a very important precedent in my life. And if you look around, society has undergone a similar phenomenon that is really not all that different…

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    Bake Stone Research Paper

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    The Kensington Rune Stone: Real or fake? The story of the Kensington Rune stone began in 1898 after Olof Ohman, a Swedish farmer, discovered a rectangle stone when he was working on his farm near Kensington, Minnesota with his son. According to Barclay, Shelly. "The Kensington Runestone." N.p.,n.d. Web. 22 Oct. 2010, Olof Ohman reported that the stone, which weighs 202 pounds and has thirty-one inches tall, sixteen inches wide, six inches thick, and it was unearthed under the roof of the tree.…

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    sufficient habitat resources for the red wigglers. Red wigglers need to eat plant scraps and be able to break down organic material such as paper (Yard, Habitat). In my soil all I had were the Alaskan pea seed and the soil had no other resources for the red wriggler worm. In the control group the nitrate levels increased because legumes produce their own usable nitrogen through nitrogen fixation, by turning atmospheric nitrate into useable nitrogen the plants can use in the soil. The earthworm…

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    Gregor Mendel was a famous scientist. He was born in Austria in 1822 and died in 1884. He studied peas in his backyard. He had many plants but his favorite one was his pea plants. His parents were pioneers and he lived as a monk his whole life. He was a scientist and grew up loving to study peas. Gregor discovered many things with peas. He learned what forms and colors they could be. He also learned that the outer shells could be smooth or wrinkled. He learned that the inside of the…

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    Mendel Biography

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    studies. During his time at the University, Mendel made friends with two of his professors, Friedrich Franz who was a physicist and Johann Karl Nestler who was an agricultural biologist, who were also interested in heredity. Mendel’s monastery had a five acre garden where two former professors encouraged Gregor to pursue his interest in heredity by using the garden for his experiments. The main theory during Mendel’s time was that offspring were just a combination of the traits expressed in…

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    Gregor Mendel lived during the early 1820’s till the early 1840’s. He grew up on a farm in rural Austria, consequently education was not always the top priority. A teacher noticed his capabilities, and recommended a higher level of schooling, Gregor flourished in his studies, and became a monk. While being a monk, he was sent to a university in Vienna to further his studies. Mendel discovered genetics and heredity after experiments with a pea plant in his garden. He decided on pea plants based…

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    Gregor Mendel the famous scientist who experimented with pea plants to get a better understanding of genetics. As much work he did with pea plants he was also a botanist. His observation became the root of the study of heredity. His work showed that genes in pea plants follow certain patterns. Like all experiments Mendel had to have a hypothesis, the experiment and the results. Gregor Mendel experimented with genetics to understand why offspring look the way they did. He started his experiments…

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    Gregor Mendel Essay

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    Gregor Mendel wearied the garden pea as the susceptible in his hereditary studies. In antithesis to anterior cultivate breeders, hellos review complex stop-blending characteristics of the field pea. Mendel applied mathematics, followed the scientific means really closely, plus kept thoughtful albums. Hellos upshots supported a particulate speculation of endowment, efficiently disproving the blending idea of patrimony. Further formats of endowment get been found hence Mendel’s indigenous gift.…

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    As Eden explained, Ebenezer Howard has stated that he had combined three projects to create his scheme of Garden city (Eden, 1947). These projects are the proposal for organized migratory movement of population by Edward Gibbon Wakefield and Professor Alfred Marshall; the proposal for land tenure system by Thomas Spence and Herbert Spencer; and the model city called Victoria by James Silk Buckingham. This idea can be supported by Batchelor as he noted that Ebenezer Howard wrote his proposal for…

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    As he studied and studied plants, Gregor then began to do the same with animals. Although he tried animals, his favorite things to do experiments on were pea plants. He studies the characteristics thoroughly and learned many things about them. Gregor Mendel passed away January 6th, 1884. Until many, many decades later his experiments and contributions finally came in handy to other scientists. Today, to many people including me, he is known as “The father of modern genetics”. In school we…

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