Short: A man called thomas Edwards travelled to India in the 19th century and introduced them to the sport.
Until the mid-1980s it was usually accepted that Ice Hockey was derived from English Field Hockey and Indian Lacrosse and was spread throughout Canada by British soldiers in the mid-1800s. Research then turned up a mention of a hockey very similar to hockey, played in the early 1800s in Nova Scotia by the Micmac Indians, it appeared to have been mainly influenced by the Irish game of hurling; it included the use of a "hurley" (stick) and a square wooden block instead of a ball.
It was most likely that this game then spread throughout Canada via Scottish and Irish immigrants and the British army. The players adopted elements of field hockey, such as the "bully" (later the face-off) and "shinning" (hitting your opponent on the shins with the stick or playing with the stick on one "shin" or side); this later evolved into an informal ice game later known as shinny or shinty. The name hockey-as the organized game came to be known-has been attributed to the French word hoquet (shepherd's stick).
Used to spread microorganisms on an agar plate
The hockey stick spreads the known concentration of bacteria evenly over the agar plate.
You may be referring to a " hockey stick. " This is a short glass rod bent in a hockey stick shape and it is used to spread cells on a cell plate after they have been delivered to the plate by microliter pipette.
Because, very few people support it. There isn't to many states around anymore that allow their high schools to have hockey as a program.. except the states with colder weather, for some reason. I typically think that hockey is an outstanding sport and think it should be spread nationally all around high schools, but that is just my opinion.
A hockey stick is used when spreading bacteria over a solid medium. The bacteria is deposited via micropipette, then the aseptic technique is applied to a bent glass rod called a hockey stick to rid it of pre-existing bacteria. The hockey stick is touched to the medium to lower its temperature, then lightly pulled through the bacteria until it covers the medium in a thin layer.
Hockey Just hockey Hockey on ice is called ice hockey
le hockey, le hockey sur glace (ice hockey), le hockey sur gazon (lawn hockey)
Turf hockey is field hockey.
open hockey is basikly hockey
The most common types of hockey are ice hockey, field hockey, floor hockey, and street hockey. With the exception of field hockey, all of these types of hockey generally follow the same rules.