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Why do identical twins have different fingerprints?

Manasa K
Updated on 30-Jul-2019 22:30:25
Fingerprints are formed based on random genetic mutations, as the fetus develops in the womb. Fingerprints are formed and become permanent by the time a fetus is 6 months old, that is 3 months even before they are born. They are formed on the palmar surface of the hands and feet and these patterns are unique for every human being.Fingerprints once formed are set in stone, by the time the fetus reaches 17 weeks. The ridges are formed due to fluctuations in the hormone levels and the pressure faced by the fetus in the womb and even the length of ... Read More

What is the standard body for conventions of research writing?

Ridhi Arora
Updated on 30-Jul-2019 22:30:24
MLA (Modern Language Association) is a body that assigns rules and regulations for research paper writing. MLA is popular worldwide and assigns various rules on Selecting a topic, compiling a working bibliography, outlining and writing drafts (to name a few).Selecting A TopicIn order to select a topic, different instructors and different courses offer widely varying degrees of freedom to students selecting topics for research papers. The instructor of a course in a specific discipline may supply a list of topics from which to choose or any, more generally, require that the paper relates to an important aspect of the course. MLA ... Read More

What is the purpose of any research?

Ridhi Arora
Updated on 30-Jul-2019 22:30:24
When a new product developed, the Research and Development department initiate and perform an intensive study and get the details to support the project. Research and Development departments help corporations stay ahead of the competition, utilize new technology, and produce goods more efficiently. This is just the purpose of any research.Research PhaseThe research phase includes determining product specifications, production costs, and a production timeline.It contributes to the development, as a scientist or inventor in the field of Science and Technology. The research plan is a map for one’s career as a research science professional.In the medical field, research enables us ... Read More

What is meant by a rocket propellant?

Shanmukh Pasumarthy
Updated on 30-Jul-2019 22:30:24
A rocket can be an aircraft, spacecraft or a missile which is propelled by a rocket engine. A rocket engine works on the principle of Newton's Third law, that is, for every action, there is an equivalent and opposite reaction. Rocket propellant is the fuel which burns and produces thrust to propel the rocket.The propellants are usually fueled together with the oxidants. Oxidants are required to burn the fuel efficiently. Thus the chemical reaction in the combustion chamber produces the required energy for thrust.The propellant is burnt in a controlled manner in the combustion chamber of the rocket engine and ... Read More
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