The wires that feed an appliance give off
electromagnetic fields as well.
The Notre Dame researcher's lab is studying what smells plants that mosquitoes are attracted to give off
. Again, a deeper understanding of the role of the chemicals produced by plants and how mosquitoes select plants to obtain their energy sources can lead to better control and elimination strategies.
Patients with a variety of lung problems give off
different chemicals in their breath and there is a particular cocktail given off by those with tumours.
The Sunnex PM lights give off
no peripheral glow, and provide a straight beam of light that focuses only or the task at hand.
More and more scientists believe that people, like insects and other animals, give off
REPLY: Xenon headlights give off
a blue effect from certain angles and distances but return to white on level roads.
Battery- operated alarms and clocks give off
virtually no electric waves.
* A MATURE BIRCH, WITH 200,000 LEAVES MAY GIVE OFF
AS MUCH AS 900 GALLONS OF WATER IN A SUMMER'S DAY
Pulsars (see 1967), which had been shown to be rotating neutron stars (see 1968), ought, perhaps, to give off
photons of all energies.
They also selected building materials that do not give off
significant amounts of toxic chemicals and solvents.
"Our lasers give off
a signal that's like throwing sand in the eyes of the missile," said Mohammed Islam.
An injured plant may give off
the supposed alarm compounds involuntarily, he suggests.
While metabolizing, or turning the nutrients into energy, the bacteria give off
gaseous waste that make you go "toot."
French lingerie firm Lou, which invented it, said: "It gives women the freedom to choose what odour their bras give off