What blood type works for everyone?

What blood type works for everyone?

It’s not entirely true that you can’t use blood from someone who has a different blood type than you. Everyone can receive type O blood, the most common type in the US, as it has neither A nor B antigens on red cells (and both A and B antibody in the plasma).

How many players are on a hockey team on the ice?

Hockey is played with six (6) players on the ice for each team; five (5) skaters, one (1) goaltender. The typical roster size of a hockey team is twenty (20) players; twelve (12) forwards, 6 defensemen, and two (2) goaltenders.

How do transition lenses work?

Transitions lenses contain special patented photochromic dyes that cause the lens to activate, or darken, when exposed to ultraviolet rays from sunlight. When the UV light diminishes, the lenses fade back. As light conditions change, the level of tint adjusts, offering the right tint at the right time.

Who invented liquid paper?

Bette Nesmith Graham. Bette Claire Graham (March 23, 1924 – May 12, 1980) was an American typist, commercial artist, and the inventor of Liquid Paper. She was also the mother of musician and producer Michael Nesmith of The Monkees.

How many times do you breathe in a day?

Each day we breathe about 20,000 times.

Were high heels supposed to be for men?

When high-heel shoes first came into fashion, in the 10th century, they were intended for men. It wasn’t until the 18th century that more women wore high heels than men.

Which state has a law system based on the Napoleonic Code?

Unlike the other 49 states – civil law in Louisiana is based on the French Napoleonic Code. And, like most things in Louisiana, this system of laws is unique to the United States and has been influenced by different legal traditions including those of Spain and ancient Rome.

Are genes located on chromosomes?

In genetics, a locus (plural loci) is the specific location of a gene, DNA sequence, or position on a chromosome. Each chromosome carries many genes; humans’ estimated ‘haploid’ protein coding genes are 20,000-25,000, on the 23 different chromosomes.