The female mosquito bites because she needs the blood to have her eggs.
The female mosquito needs the blood to produce eggs.
Light both coils one one end at the same time and let them burn for 30 minutes. At 30 minutes, light the other end of both coils (so that the coil is burning from both ends [inner and outer tip]).Rationale: If it takes 1 hour (60 minutes) to burn the entire coil, then it takes 30 minutes to burn 1/2 of the entire coil. After 30 minutes, 1/2 the coil remains to be burned. After both ends are lit, the coils are burning twice as fast and will only require 1/2 the amount of time (1/2 of 30 is 15) to burn the remaining coil as did the already burned section of the coil.So: 30 min + 15 min = 45 minutesThe problem with the above solution is how do you know when 30 mins has elapsed?So here is my solution: light one coil at both ends and the other coil at one end. The first coil with burn twice as fast and be consumed in 30 mins. When that happens, light the other end of the second coil also. The second coil's remaining half will burn in 15mins. Problem solved!
Hi Normally coils freeze up for 1 or 2 reasons : dirty coils and needs cleaned or low on refrigerant (Freon)
One variable that needs to be controlled is the number of coils of the electromagnet as the more coils the stronger the magnetic force, so the same number of coils should be used for each test.
To develop eggs to lay an animal needs to eat food. The food of a mosquito is blood, thus blood is required before the female mosquito can lay eggs.
it needs to contain the chemical DEET to be effective.
The mosquito is a kind of pest, but it is attracted to a man because of the scent of blood. The female needs blood to survive, and to pass on babies. It also is attracted to animals, but mostly humans.
Because HIV needs human immune cells to reproduce and does not survive in an insect.
Your brain needs 5 minutes of sleep. Your body needs 8 hours of sleep.
A symbiotic relationship implies that both species need each other to survive and benefit each other in different ways. A mosquito eats from a man or animal, and man needs the mosquito to maintain ecosystem balance as one of the lower members of the food chain.
Only the female mosquito bites. This is because she needs the extra nourishment contained in blood for her eggs to be viable.
If you have some coils of wire and a house that needs rewiring, an electrician is needed to complete the job. He/she would also know if the wire you have is the correct wire to use in the rewiring.
Male (and female) mosquitoes feed on flowers. However, it is only the female mosquito which bites humans. "She" does this in order to obtain proteins from the blood plasma, which she needs for her eggs. (The male mosquito does not need these proteins, hence it does not bite the human.) Since the female mosquito is the only one being exposed to human blood, it is the only one which will transmit its contents, including malaria. :)
Nothing. The motor is not doing work. A voltage needs to be switched between the coils for it to go.
Yes. A typical mosquito meal is 2-3µl of blood. It is only the female that bites as she needs the protein and other nutrients for egg production. It needs about a minute to feed and, if disturbed, will fly off to locate another feeding site to get a full meal. This could be the same person, or a different person. Because of this, a disease-infected mosquito can infect more than one person per feed.Aedes aegypti will feed up to 3 times during her short 2-week lifetime.
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Male (and female) mosquitoes feed on flowers. However, it is only the female mosquito which bites humans. "She" does this in order to obtain proteins from the blood plasma, which she needs for her eggs. (The male mosquito does not need these proteins, hence it does not bite the human.) Since the female mosquito is the only one being exposed to human blood, it is the only one which will transmit its contents, including malaria. HOPE U GOT IT..JeniSa
A DC motor can be operated by just supplying a DC voltage to it. A stepper motor needs to have an external controller to feed its coils (3,4,... coils) one at a time or using a special sequence. Internally, the DC motor contains several coils (1) and several permanent magnets (or coils) (2). The magnetic field of the coils (1) is switched such to interact with the magnetic field of magnets (or coils) (2) therefore creating a moment of rotation. The switching of the currents is made internally, through brushes or electronic circuits. The stepper motor has a similar construction, with one noticeable difference. Internally the stepper motor has coils (1) that are fed externally with currents by the controller, creating an interaction with the magnetic field of the magnets (or coils) (2) such that a rotational moment is created. If the controller does keep the same coils supplied with current, the stepper motor behaves like 'locked'.
0.37 minutes is still 0.37 minutes. The question needs revision (doesn't make sense as you've asked it)
THE SPARK PLUGS ON A 2000 JAGUAR S-TYPE ARE LOCATED UNDER THE VALVE COVERS, ON TOP OF THE VALVE COVERS THERE IS A SMALL PLATE COVER WITH 8 LITTLE BOLTS THAT NEEDS TO BE REMOVED WHICH WILL THEN SHOW YOUR COILS, UNPLUG COILS PULL COIL OUT AND SPARK PLUG WILL BE LOCATED UNDER THE COILS. HOPE THIS HELPS
Only the female mosquito drinks blood. Female mosquitoes have to drink enough blood to have eggs to have their babies. If they don't get enough blood they won't have young. The reason of this is that the female mosquito doesn't have enough blood to make their own young. That is why the female mosquito needs to borrow blood from humans and OTHER ANIMALS that will give warm blood.
Rarely any. Usually just needs to be sprayed off with water from the hose.
If you have an older refrigerator that needs to be manually defrosted and you have scraped the ice from the coils compartment with a fork, you probably pierced the coils and now have no coolant in the refrigerant system. Time for a new refrigerator.
On the V6 engine, the ignition coil are on the top back of the engine where the spark plug wires attach to . On the 4 cylinder, theyh are located inside the housing that covers the top of the engine. That housing needs to come off, turned upside down, then you will see the coils.