I'm mainly deciding between Green and Owens. Owens has the better matchup, but Green is the better back...yet the Packers almost NEVER run the ball into the endzone, only three rushing TD's all season.2 AnswersFantasy Sports8 years ago
Should I trade Greg Jennings for Rashad Jennings? Greg should be back for Week 12 or so, and Rashad will be almost useless if/when MJD returns. But my WR core is solid as it is (Danny Amendola, Andre Johnson, Miles Austin) and I'm a bit thin at RB. The deal hinges on Greg's injury and MJD's injury. I also own MJD.4 AnswersFantasy Sports8 years ago
- 1 AnswerProgramming & Design10 years ago
2n = 40
How many chromatids in a somatic cell before replication? 40
How many chromatids after replication? 80
How many chromatids per cell right after a cell division? 40
Or is it 80-160-80?
This is very simple, I know, but I am having trouble with this one basic concept of chromatid vs. chromosome. Please correct my answers if I'm wrong on any/all of them.
Can one chromatid make up a chromosome in some cases?1 AnswerBiology1 decade ago
Juan pensaba que le iba a morir.
The word I'm unsure about is morir. Should it be kept in the infinitive form, or conjugated to preterite/present?3 AnswersLanguages1 decade ago
I'm a guy and when I get my haircut, for 3-4 days, it's very easy to style and my hair holds much better. I know that as my hair grows it will be tougher to style, but I still believe that having a freshly-cut head of hair makes a difference. After a week, it is very difficult to keep my hair in a certain style. Is there anything I can do to keep my hair as healthy and manageable as it is shortly after my haircut?2 AnswersHair1 decade ago
I've been interested in beginning a 3-day split workout routine. For now, I want to focus on my upper body. Is a split workout routine (different muscle groups on different days) more effective than a total body workout?
How do you recommend I split chest, back, biceps, triceps, traps, lats, deltoids?8 AnswersDiet & Fitness1 decade ago
- 4 AnswersMen's Health1 decade ago
I know any exercise is always helpful and never "useless," but I know that eating 2700+ calories is ideal for muscle gains. I am starting to weight train, but I'm not eating excess calories since I'd still like to burn off some excess fat. I'm 18 and I'm eating around 2,000 a day. Will this benefit my muscles at all?2 AnswersDiet & Fitness1 decade ago