• Roses are Red Violets are Fine I want more examples with that line....?

    Just type roses are red and .....
    Just type roses are red and .....
    6 answers · 5 days ago
  • Atheists & Christians, does trees prove that earth is older then 60000?

    Best answer: We have tree ring maps about 12,000 years back in places. We don't have them to 60,000

    But the DNA tracing does,
    Best answer: We have tree ring maps about 12,000 years back in places. We don't have them to 60,000

    But the DNA tracing does,
    20 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is tobacco a vegatable?

    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why do leaves have a waxy cuticle?

    4 answers · 5 days ago
  • What makes a plant a plant?

    Best answer: Some sources do indeed include the use of chlorophyll in their definition of plants. However, there is actually a fair amount of active debate (among those who concern themselves with such things) about just what organisms should and should not be considered plants. Plants that do not use chlorophyll to produce... show more
    Best answer: Some sources do indeed include the use of chlorophyll in their definition of plants. However, there is actually a fair amount of active debate (among those who concern themselves with such things) about just what organisms should and should not be considered plants. Plants that do not use chlorophyll to produce their own food are referred to as holoparasitic plants.
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why / How did some fruit trees evolve to produce fat-rich fruit (e.g., avocado) instead of the more common sugar-rich fruit (orange, etc.)?

    I understand that most orchard fruit trees have been cultivated by humans for centuries, or maybe in some cases for millenia, and that during this time human selection, cross-breeding, grafting, etc have resulted in the fruits getting larger and more appealing to humans. However, going back in time,... show more
    I understand that most orchard fruit trees have been cultivated by humans for centuries, or maybe in some cases for millenia, and that during this time human selection, cross-breeding, grafting, etc have resulted in the fruits getting larger and more appealing to humans. However, going back in time, agricultural-minded humans at some point must have had to START with some sort of "wild avacado tree", whose smaller wild fruit must have ALREADY been relatively rich in fat (as opposed to relatively rich in sugar), correct? So, my question could be restated as: Why / How did the wild ancestors of some trees evolve to bear fruit that is relatively rich in fat, as opposed to bearing fruit that is relatively rich in sugar? thanks for your answers
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What kind of air is in space?

    If we can't breathe it and neither can plants then what is it?
    If we can't breathe it and neither can plants then what is it?
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Where did the first seed come from?

    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is there a possibility that plants register pain?

    Best answer: Currently we have no way of knowing. No one has proved that they have a central nervous system to sense pain, and we have no way of asking a plant if it feels pain.
    Best answer: Currently we have no way of knowing. No one has proved that they have a central nervous system to sense pain, and we have no way of asking a plant if it feels pain.
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • If a green-eyed man and a green-eyed woman have a child, what is the likelihood the offspring will have green eyes?

    Best answer: It depends on the genetic makeup of the parents. If both parents have all dominant green-eyed genes GG and GG. There is a 100% chance. If the parents have green-eyes due to a dominance gene over a recessive gene Gb and Gb There is a 75% Chance. (Gb, bG, Gb, and bb). the recessive combination would give... show more
    Best answer: It depends on the genetic makeup of the parents. If both parents have all dominant green-eyed genes GG and GG. There is a 100% chance. If the parents have green-eyes due to a dominance gene over a recessive gene Gb and Gb There is a 75% Chance. (Gb, bG, Gb, and bb). the recessive combination would give them blue eyes.
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • What are shrooms?

    Wtf are shrooms? Can you get a mushroom from your backyard and get high off of it or what? I’m so confused because from why I’m hearing you can literally smoke a straight up mushroom from your backyard and get high
    Wtf are shrooms? Can you get a mushroom from your backyard and get high off of it or what? I’m so confused because from why I’m hearing you can literally smoke a straight up mushroom from your backyard and get high
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Why is Orange orange?

    Best answer: Because it’s orange?
    Best answer: Because it’s orange?
    9 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Can plants die of old age??

    9 answers · 1 month ago
  • Do herbs cause tumors?

    Best answer: Lots of different herbs.
    Even everyone's "favorite herb", marijuanna, has been linked to testicular cancer.

    BTW Noocube is a supplement not an herb although it contains some ferbal extracts.
    Best answer: Lots of different herbs.
    Even everyone's "favorite herb", marijuanna, has been linked to testicular cancer.

    BTW Noocube is a supplement not an herb although it contains some ferbal extracts.
    7 answers · 1 month ago
  • Algae is a decomposer right?

    Best answer: Yes and no. Depends on their food source. During the 60's and 70's (probably 80's and 90's)no, they proliferated due to the direct addition of nutrients to the oceans and lakes. Generally in the form of phosphates from detergents, the detergents were already broken down. As for digestion of organic... show more
    Best answer: Yes and no. Depends on their food source. During the 60's and 70's (probably 80's and 90's)no, they proliferated due to the direct addition of nutrients to the oceans and lakes. Generally in the form of phosphates from detergents, the detergents were already broken down. As for digestion of organic life not really true even at that they just digest the by-products of decomposition.
    5 answers · 1 month ago