🔹PRO TIP🔹 for Medblrs, Nurblrs, Health Care workers, lab researchers, and other people with long hair.
If you accidentally forget your hair tie and rubber bands/elastics aren’t available to you, use a glove to make a hair tie in a pinch! Just cut off the part around the wrist and use as you normally would, as depicted above.
Speaking from experience, it’s actually gentler on your hair than an rubber band, while not quite as sturdy as a real hair tie/scrunchie. The latex or nitrile glove hair tie is best for keeping a braid or low ponytail together and a high bun can be possible if gravity is on your side.
going over the semester’s project aims for molecular bio lab, ft. my new black muji gel pen! I stalked them on amazon for the longestttt, and I finally gave in and bought a pack hahaha. not bad, I really do like this pen - just wished it has a grip
She is as awesome as she is beautiful!!!! She is super smart, potty
trained and i mean like 10 hour days w/ no accidents and she loves to
play!!!! She snuggles but also likes her own space, tug-o-war is the
best game ever and she’s learned her commands quickly.”
Somatic embryogenesis is the process of converting a somatic, non-reproductive cell into a meristematic embryonic state. This process is based on the fact that plant cells are totipotent, meaning that they have the ability to convert from their present tissue type to an undifferentiated form, allowing the plant cell to begin regenerating shoots, roots, leaves, and other organs. Totipency means that a plant could theoretically regenerate itself from a single cell and this amazing ability is utilized by the horticultural and agricultural industry to massively propagate different plants from small amounts of starting material. By taking a piece of the plant and exposing it to growing conditions that cause the cells to revert to the embryonic state, scientists and growers can then induce these undifferentiated cells to begin forming new plantlets. Above are GIFs of leaf cuttings induced to undergo somatic embryogenesis. After a sufficient amount of these undifferentiated cells is produced, the cuttings can be moved to different media that causes them to start forming roots, shoots, and leaves.