A filamentous plasmatic material beaded with granules that is visible upon vital staining in the immature red blood cells.
Everyday English Words With Ancient Arabic RootsThroughout the English language are Arabic roots. Read on for the surprising Arabian delights in English. English would be awfully bland without them.
Inertia vs. Momentum: Which Keeps You Moving?Science is real. Science is cool. Science uses a lot of terms that we all think we know. But, do we really know what we are talking about? In the spirit of scientific community and understanding, let’s clear up one big scientific misconception that we all get wrong … Pop quiz: Is it momentum or inertia that keeps you moving? Here’s a hint: In science, …
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