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Old 05-13-2006, 12:41 PM
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Default Does more bacteria develop on blood at room temperature or at freezing temperature

i need a step by step explanation for an experiment for my science project i have an idea for the procedure
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i need a step by step explanation for an experiment for my science project i have an idea for the procedure
if you have an idea, write out the steps by yourself. Giving it to you step by step is sort of plagarizing, and it doesn't contribute to the orginality and creativity of your experiment. Perhaps if you write it out, we'll look at it for you and suggest some addition things.
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