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 How Is Temperature a Limiting Factor for a Cactus?

Answer Cactus are desirable, low-maintenance plants for gardeners. Their one limiting factor is their inability to survive frosts or cold temperatures. In fact, gardeners should even place indoor cacti in... Read More »
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What is the windchill factor if the temperature is 15 degrees fahrenheit&the wind speed is 30?

According to the National Weather Service's Windchill Index, the windchill temperature is -5 degrees Fahrenheit if the air temperature is 15 degrees Fahrenheit and the wind speed is 30 miles per ho... Read More »
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What is the chill factor if the temperature is 15 degrees&the wind speed is 30mph?

The wind chill factor if the temperature is 15 degrees Fahrenheit and the wind speed is 30 miles per hour is -5 degrees. At this chill, frostbite can occur in 30 minutes.References:Weatherimages.or... Read More »
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What is this cactus Is it even a cactus?

I have the exact same succulent in my collection and it is not brown because of tap water, this is its natural color. The amount of brown may vary depending on the amount of sunlight (direct or ind... Read More »
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If factor IV is required for coagulation of blood how is a factor IV deficiency treated?

Hydrocephalus is usually detected at birth, but some cases slip through the net, and aren't diagnosed until later in life, even people into their 70's.Hydrocephalus is usually the result of another... Read More »
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