[ On Sunday the Seahawks and Patriots will kickoff Super Bowl XLIX. That would be Super Bowl #49 to those of us who didnБt study Latin in high school. Why does the league use Roman numerals for its championship game? Well, not just because they think it looks cool. Roman numerals were adopted by the NFL to clarify any confusion that occurs because the game is played in the year following a chronologically recorded season. This yearБs game, played on February 1, 2015, is the championship of the 2014 regular season. So would it be the 2014 or the 2015 championship game? To heck with it, letБs use Roman numerals instead. DALLAS COWBOYS TRIVIA NOTE!!!!! The use of Roman numerals started with game БVБ (#5) which was played on January 17, 1971. The Cowboys played in that game, a 16-13 loss to
1. The plasma membrane is a phospholipid bilayer with embedded proteins. 2. Phospholipids have both hydrophilic and hydrophobic regions; nonpolar tails (hydrophobic) are directed inward, polar heads (hydrophilic) are directed outward to face both extracellular and intracellular fluid. 3. The proteins form a mosaic pattern on the membrane. 4. Cholesterol is a lipid found in animal plasma membranes; it stiffens and strengthens the membrane. 5. Glycolipids have a structure similar to phospholipids except the hydrophilic head is a variety of sugar; they are protective and assist in various functions. 6. Glycoproteins have an attached carbohydrate chain of sugar that projects externally. 7. The plasma membrane is asymmetrical; glycolipids and proteins occur only on outside and cytoskeletal
Viruses are very important in research such as Genetics and Molecular Biology. Viruses used in research are termed vectors which is a fancy way of saying something that transports something. The reason for this importance is because they are the original, and best genetic engineers. Many viruses function by incorporating their genetic code into the host cell which make the cell produce more viruses instead of concentrating on its normal function. This is bad news for the host as their cells stop doing what they should be doing (and in some cases rupture in order to release all their newly created viruses). Scientist can remove all of this nasty, virus making DNA producing a gutted vector, then they can insert their own favorite gene and therefore that gene is expressed in the host cell.
The Christmas tree is an iconic feature of the holiday season. You can find this symbol on greeting cards, in advertisements, shaped into cookies, plastered across wrapping paper, and in the homes of millions of people around the world. бBut few of us stop to consider why we go to the effort of decorating a tree each year; apart from thinking of its value in increasing our БChristmas cheerБ. Although Christmas celebrations are often associated with the birth of Jesus and Christian beliefs (however, many non-Christians celebrate Christmas too), evergreen trees had no place in early Christianity. бThe famous symbol wasnБt even mentioned in relation to Christmas until 1605. It has been argued that the connection was first made in Germany, where it may have been popularized by the German
Every around April 15, you'll hear adults of all ages groan about Бtax day. " That's because and state tax forms are due around that time. But have you ever wondered why you have to pay taxes? In the United States, we have governments at the local, state and national ( ) levels. These governments have various parts to them, including legislators (who make laws), executives (who enforce laws), and many others. The money these government workers receive to do their jobs comes from taxes. Taxes take many forms, too. When you work at a to make, you pay taxes. Depending on how much money you make, a certain (part) of the money you make is (kept out of your paycheck and sent to the government). When you buy things at a store, you also usually pay sales tax, which is a of the cost of the item
The human body is made up of cells, each one of which needs to be able to provide for its energy needs by taking up nutritional molecules from the bloodstream and chemically burning them as part of cellular metabolism. Glucose is an important nutrient molecule that cells rely upon for energy, both as a component of diet and when stored for later use in the form of the carbohydrate molecule glycogen. Any food that contains carbohydrates serves as a source of glucose. Even if the food itself doesn't contain glucose, your body can break down sugar and starch in the foods you eat into glucose and other simple sugars, and can then convert the other simple sugars into glucose. Thats why carbohydrate-containing foods increase your blood glucose levels -- your body breaks them own into glucose,
Answer Vampire bats do indeed drink blood. While in flight, they locate their prey - usually pigs, cows, horses (and, on very rare occassion, humans) - using echolocation, and using their extremely sharp teeth create a scrape on the skin of the target. A special chemical compound in their saliva, called an anticoagulant, keep the blood from clotting so the bat can drink until it is full. Satisfied, it then returns to its home. Answer By far the most famous bat in the world is the vampire bat. This species has a close association with vampires and mythological stories. The real Vampire Bats are found in Mexico and do feed on the blood of warm blooded animals, such as cattle, horses, or birds. The vampire bat does not actually like the taste of human blood and much prefer other
Why do Stock Prices go Up and Down? We'll give you the short answer first! Stocks go up because more people want to buy than sell. When this happens they begin to bid higher prices than the stock has been currently trading. On the other side of the same coin, stocks go down because more people want to sell than buy. In order to quickly sell their shares, they are willing to accept a lower price. Having said this, we'll take a look at the various reasons that cause traders to want to buy or sell a stock. It is possible to look at the financial statements of a company and determine what the company is worth. Investors who take this approach are said to examine the company's fundamentals. They attempt to find an undervalued stock - one that is trading below it's book value. They feel that
Plain clothes officers can pull you over - they have to get a uniformed officer to transport you to the police station if arrested. They'd only pull you over for a serious offence. Remembering a previous episode of Traffic Cops set in Sheffield, a uniformed RT officer pulled a motorcyclist, forgot his hat in the car and went back for it - it has some significance - it makes things easier if it does go to court - but not essential. ...
As, we were recruited along with our mom to help with decorations, favors and games for our cousin s bridal shower. Our centerpieces provided double duty as favors for guests. We also wanted to have some kind of banner that Becka (who is a 3rd grade teacher) would be able to use in her classroom! Here are our Pinterest inspirations for the banners: Source: Source: First, we cut triangles out of the chipboard. We covered them with the card stock, burlap and scrapbooking paper. We alternated yellow and orange patterned paper with card stock. ...