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  2. Great Lakes - Wikipedia

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    Algae such as diatoms, along with other phytoplankton, are photosynthetic primary producers supporting the food web of the Great Lakes, and have been affected by global warming. The changes in the size or in the function of the primary producers may have a direct or an indirect impact on the food web.

  3. Exogenous bacteria - Wikipedia

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    Exogenous bacteria are microorganisms introduced to closed biological systems from the external world. [citation needed] They exist in aquatic and terrestrial environments, as well as the atmosphere.

  4. Emergency medical responder levels by U.S. state - Wikipedia

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    In the United States, the licensing of prehospital emergency medical providers (emergency medical technicians) (EMTs) and oversight of emergency medical services are governed at the state level.

  5. List of youngest birth fathers - Wikipedia

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    Date Father Age of father Mother Country Description 11 June 1920 Tribhuvan of Nepal: 13 years Queen Kanti of Nepal, his 13-year-old wife : Nepal King of Nepal, married at age 13 to two wives on the same day (wives were sisters: one aged 13 and one aged 12 on the wedding day, had more children with both under the age 15 and later and also other children later with junior wives) [failed ...

  6. Synthetic cannabinoids - Wikipedia

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    Synthetic cannabinoid products. Synthetic cannabinoids reagent testing kits recently became economical. It is often difficult to determine what is in these products without reagent testing because masking agents, such as tocopherol (or vitamin E acetate that causes vaping-associated pulmonary injury), eugenol, and fatty acids, are added to confound identification.

  7. Black fly - Wikipedia

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    In the wetter parts of the northern latitudes of North America, including parts of Canada, New England, Upstate New York, Minnesota, and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, black fly populations swell from late April to July, becoming a nuisance to humans engaging in common outdoor activities, such as gardening, boating, camping, and backpacking.

  8. Statistics of the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States

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    Provisional COVID-19 deaths in the United States by age as of November 12, 2022 ; Age group Death count % of deaths All ages 1,069,807 100% Under 1y 381 <0.1% 1-4y 207 <0.1%