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 Where are photoreceptors of the eye found?

Answer Photoreceptors detect light or the absence of it and send the information to our brains. These photoreceptors--called rods and cones--are located on our retinas, which are located inside the back ... Read More »
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What happens when a plant lacks phosphorus?

Plants that lack phosphorus don't grow. Specifically, phosphorus is one of the three main nutrients that give plants a good start on life. Nitrogen promotes above ground growth of shoots that we ca... Read More »
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What percentage of the world's population lacks indoor plumbing?

The United Nations Human Development Report (2006) estimated that 2.6 billion people lack basic sanitation. In other words, forty (40) percent of the people on this planet have no indoor plumbing. ... Read More »
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What Happens If a Person Lacks Critical Thinking Skills?

Critical thinking is the process of analyzing and evaluating collected information in a process of reasoned judgment to form a determination or idea. The information gathered to form this determina... Read More »
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What are floaters in the retina of the eye?

If you have every seen what appears to be floating debris in front of your eye that you cannot reach out and grab, then there is a very good chance that it is not debris at all but rather something... Read More »
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