Body of rock strata possessing unifying characteristics usually indicative of the environment in which the rocks were formed. The term is also used to
common name for members of the Falconidae, a heterogeneous family of long-winged birds of prey similar to the hawks but genetically more closely
Faraday, Michael (1791 - 1867)
Place : France Subject : biography, physics English physicist and chemist who is often regarded as the greatest experimental scientist of the 1800s.
In the broadest sense, a mixture of lipids – chiefly triglycerides (lipids containing three fatty acid molecules linked to a molecule of glycerol).
in geology, fracture in the earth's crust in which the rock on one side of the fracture has measurable movement in relation to the rock on the other
Broad bean or fava (faba) bean (also known as horse bean, field bean, tick bean or Windsor bean) ( Vicia faba L.) is a cool-season legume popular in
Fear may be the most important emotion for the survival of the human species. The experience of fear is the immediate subjective experience of
Rigid outgrowth of the outer layer of the skin of birds, made of the protein keratin. Feathers provide insulation and facilitate flight. There are
Fechner, Gustav (1801 - 1887)
Gustav Theodor Fechner (1801–1887) was a German physicist and philosopher whose application of mathematical and scientific methods to psychological
Female Reproductive System
Unlike the male, the female reproductive organs are sited entirely inside the body. Their function is to ripen and release an egg at regular