Grown, Flushed, Trimmed, and Cured to Perfection. These flowers and concentrates can be found at:
*Greenwolf Cali (pre ico) LA
*New Amsterdam Naturals (pre ico)W LA
*CCC (pre ico) DTLA
*Pico Medical Ctr LA
*Culver Medical Ctr LA
*Rowland Heights Collective Rowland Hts *Anahigh Collective Anaheim
*Green Tree Remedy Anaheim
*Downtown Patients Group (pre ico) DTLA
*Urbn Leaf (licensed) San Diego
*Cookies OC (licensed) Santa Ana
Searching for one of the big girls at orchid lakes this weekend. 🐋🐋🐋Known as "home of the 30's." Lets see if this place can live up to its name🙏🙏🙏 @dnabaits @trakker_carp @fortiseyewear @fox_international @onthebeatentrack
So as some of you may know my wonderful dad adopted me and I don't know my biological dad however today I found this picture online of my biological dad, the only photo I have found of him! He used to DJ around Sheffield in the 80s. I have no idea of my background but he definitely looks Mediterranean right? I'm ordering one of the ancestry DNA packs, has anybody else had any experience with them? I'm slightly scared 😮😬
Running lots of PCRs today! Please see Facebook page for a full description (I ran out of characters on Instagram), but PCR basically consists of three key steps: denaturation, in which a liquid solution of DNA in a tube is heated as to denature the DNA, annealing, in which synthetic pieces of DNA bind to specific areas that dictate exactly where the DNA will be replicated, and extension, in which purified taq polymerase is used to synthesize new DNA. Each of these three steps are most active at very specific temperatures, and by cycling the temperature of laboratory samples many times, you can exponentially amplify the amount of DNA you started with, having billions of times the amount of DNA you started with in just a couple hours. This technique has extremely broad applications and is used by hundreds of thousands of scientists - it is used in testing for disease, in forensic evidence of crime scenes, and in research as I am using it today. Yet when the investigators that made the discovery that led to this revolution in science in medicine began, all they were trying to do was better characterize a bacteria that lived in hot springs... pure science is powerful! #biochemistry#dna#rna#chemistry#research#biology#genetics#medicine#premed#education#researchlab#lab#biochemist#bio#chem#cellbio#science#medicina#medical#nature#beautiful#inthehood#education#iflscience#ifls#scientist#biochemist#chemist#scientists
Time for the A.V. Fair Tech Expo’s Question of the Day!
Question: Who discovered DNA and what name did they first give it?
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Join us at the AV Fair as we spotlight STEM (science technology engineering and math) projects and activities within the AV at the first annual A.V. FAIR TECH EXPO presented by A.V. Unified High School District (AVUHSD) and co-sponsored by Choices in Learning National Foundation!
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