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Q: Which enzyme will be produced in a cell where a nonsense mutation is present in the lac operon?

A: In genetics, the mutation in which a sense codon that corresponds to one of the twenty amino acids i...

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Q: A population sample of 300 individuals is studied for the electrophoretic mobility of an enzyme that...

A: The given question says that there are total 300 individual, out of which7 individuals have allele E...

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Q: Select the process NOT associated with bacteria reproduction:binary fission, parent cell elongation,...

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Q: What is the most important cause of genetic variation? Viruses, replication errors, or mutagens?

A: The questions asks about the main cause of the genetic variation in humans.The given options are:1. ...

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Q: What are trace elements in food

A: There are several trace elements present in food. The trace elements are required in very little amo...

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Q: 10 pointsOn the surface of the eye is a transparent, flexible covering called the cornea. This struc...

A: The cornea can be defined as a outer layer present in the front of the eye. It is transparent and fl...

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Q: what are the four emergent properties of water that are important for life?

A: There are  four basic emergent properties of water that are very important for life are required to ...

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Q: Water has unusually high specific heat. What does this mean?

A: The question is saying that "water has unusually high specific heat".We need to determine the meanin...

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Q: what is a controlled experiment?

A: A controlled experiment  is a type of scientific test that is used by a scientist to test a hypothes...

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Q: D Chapter 2 Chemistry of Life × Q Atoms, lons and Molecules Flash | G specify whether each condition...

A: Increasing acidity means that there will be more hydrogen ions and less hydroxyl ions.Decreasing aci...

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Q: 1. The nurse is caring for Mr. Adrian, an 82-year-old man with CHF who has a past medical history of...

A: Patient is suffering from CHF (Congestive Heart Failure) as well as diabetic with renal insufficienc...

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Q: 2. The nurse is formulating the care plan for a patient on IV heparin therapy. Describe the nursing ...

A: In the given case, the nurse is formulating a care plan for a patient, who is on an IV heparin thera...

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Q: S1 S2 A2

A: According to the question it is required to determine the frequency of suspect 2’s genotype and the ...

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Q: What is an example of the cellular level of organization?

A: The questions asks about an example that shows the cellular level of organization.

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Q: Superificial is to external as deep is to

A: To determine that in anatomy of an organism Superficial term differs from Deep in what aspect.

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Q: Suppose a population of 1000 people is in H-W equilibrium, if 84% of this population can taste PTC, ...

A: To determine the number of heterozygotes for a population of 1000 (which shows H-W or Hardy-Weinberg...

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Q: In a population of 1000 baby kitties, 40 are white because of a recessive allele (b). Non-white cats...

A: According to the question,The total number of the kitties are 1000.The homozygous recessive kitties ...

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Q: S1 S2 A2

A: According to the question it is required to determine the frequency of suspect 2’s genotype and the ...

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Q: Relation between inflammation and pulmonary edema

A: The question is asking about the relationship between inflammation and pumonary edema. The inflammat...

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Q: Which serous membrane(s) is/are found in the thoracic cavity?

A: The serous membrane is a mesothelial tissue which forms the lining of particular cavities of the bod...

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Q: Which serous membrane(s) is/are found in the abdominopelvic cavity?

A: The abdominopelvic cavity comprises of the abdomen as well as pelvic cavity. The abdominopelvic cavi...

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Q: Nonprofit organizations involved in setting standards for the safe use of medical technology and dev...

A: It is required to mention the organization which is involved in setting standards for the safe use o...

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Q: Mitosis (page 1) CellMembrane Nuclear Membra Synthess uplicated chromosome Aa Bb Genotype 0s

A: The most dramatic phase of cell cycle is M-phase (Mitosis phase). In mitosis the number of chromosom...

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Q: Nuclea Cell Membrane Aa Dd Bo Genotype Prophase I Metaphase

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Q: what is a bacterial fat body

A: Bacteria are single celled prokaryotes. Bacteria are found in a variety of environment. Cytoplasm of...

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Q: which organelle of saccules and vesicles that processes , packages and distributes molecules about o...

A: The organelle consisting of saccules and vesicle that processes, packages, and distributes molecules...

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Q: Nuclea Cell Membrane Genotype Prophase I Metaphase

A: Meiosis is a sequence of two cell divisons that form haploid gametes from the germ cells which are d...

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Q: What level of structural organization is typical of a cytologists field of study

A: The question asks about the typical field of study of cytologist’ at the level of structural organiz...

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Q: Dr. Disney has been raising exotic fruit flies for decades. Recently, he discovered a strain of frui...

A:  The given question refers to that the resulting progeny of 500 fruit flies consists of:41 having ba...

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Q: Phenylketoneuria (PKU) is a recessive condition. There are 40,000 individuals in a population of 100...

A: The question says that there is a population of 100,000 people. Out of 100,000 40,000 individuals ar...

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Q: briefly define/discuss covalent bond

A: Description of a covalent bond.

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Q: compare and contrast endospores to reproductive spores

A: In the given question, we need to compare and contrast between endospores and the reproductive spore...

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Q: Explain which microscope, electron or light, has greater resolving power and explain why.

A: The working principle of electron microscope and light microsope and explanation for greater resolvi...

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Q: what is the definition of microbiology

A: Microbiology is a branch of biology in which the study of microorganisms is done. Microbes or microo...

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Q: In winter, plants exchange the saturated lipids in their membranes for unsaturated lipids. Unsaturat...

A: The question says that in winters, the plants exchange the saturated lipid with the unsaturated lipi...

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Q: Four known amino acids (AA) produce a chromatograph with Rf values as follows: AA1 =0.25, AA2 =0.66,...

A: According to the question, we need to identify the three amino acids that were present in the given ...

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Q: What is anatomy

A: Anatomy is the scientific study of the organism’s structure together with their tissues, organs, and...

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Q: Which enzyme will be produced in a cell where a nonsense mutation is present in the lac operon?

A: In genetics, the mutation in which a sense codon that corresponds to one of the twenty amino acids i...

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Q: What are the body fluids in the body that are not secreted?

A: According to physiology, fluid is a liquid which is water based. Body fluids are the fluids or liqui...

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Q: What makes biotechnology different from recombinant DNA technology?

A: It is required to differentiate between biotechnology and recombinant DNA technology.

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Q: What is selective medium?

A: Description of a selective medium. 

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Q: Which organelle is considered the energy store house in the body

A: The question asks about which of the cell organelle acts as an energy store in the body.

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Q: In the endocrine system, it asks, "describe the two major mechanisms by which hormones bring about t...

A: The hormones are the chemical substances secreted by an organ and transferred through the blood or o...

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Q: Felis catus is the scientific name of cats. The name catus refers to its ______________.

A: Binomial nomenclature of cats by defining the genus and species. 

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Q: How do the six level of the organization of human body relate to one another?

A: To explain the relation between the various level of structural organization in human body.

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Q: Label the figure to assess your knowledge of DNA replication. Drag the appropriate labels to their r...

A: The given diagram shows the replication of the DNA.The DNA replication can be defined as a process, ...

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Q: How does a positive ion form? How does a negative ion form?

A: The formation of the positive and negative ions.

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Q: Which leukocytes become mast cells when they migrate via diapedesis into the tissue?

A: Leucocytes, generally known as white blood cells are a major body component of body's defense in opp...

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Q: Which leukocytes become macrophages when they migrate via diapedesis into the tissue?

A: It is required to identify the leukocyte which becomes macrophage when they migrate into the tissues...

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Q: Which formed elements are found in buffy coat and play an important role by meditating the process o...

A: In the given question, the formed element found in the buffy coat, which helps in the blood clotting...

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Q: Calculate the hematocrit of a female patient using the following information:The height of the whole...

A: The hematocrit is the percentage volume of RBCs (red blood cells) in blood. RBCs contain hemoglobin,...

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Q: What are the differences between X-ray,MRI and CT scan?

A: The working principle and differences between the imaging techniques like the X-rays, CT scan and th...

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Q: which leukocyte type would likely be elevated in a patient who has strep throat?

A: Strep throat is an infection which causes pain and inflammation in tonsils and throat. Strep throat ...

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Q: Which leukocyte type would likely be elevated in a patient who has influenza? Explain?

A: Which leukocyte type would likely be elevated in a patient who has influenza? Explain?The elevation ...

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Q: Which leukocytes type would likely be elevated in a patient who has tapeworm? Explain?

A: In the given question, we need to determine the leukocyte, which would be elevated in the patient ha...

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Q: Agglutination 8b Rh No agglutination Blood type:

A: In the given diagram, the result of the agglutination test is shown. We need to determine the blood ...

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Q: 00100 by Telbraing the antigens present on the surface of RB 9n s present in plasma. Blood type Anti...

A: In the given question, the antigens present on the surface of the RBCs and the antibodies present in...

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Q: 2. Jean Claude has asthma, and his health care team has decided to add fluticasone (Flovent) 220 mcg...

A: The role of fluticasone prescribed to Jean Claude for the treatment of asthma and the better underst...

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Q: Name the four major marcomolecules with their subunits.

A: The macromolecules are the biopolymers and large non-polymeric molecules present in the biological s...

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Q: Name the tests we used to test for marcomolecules.

A: The names of the tests used to detect macromolecules.

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Q: Describe the cell. What are the major components of all cells?

A: The cell can be defined as the basic structural and the functional unit of life. All the basic body ...

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Q: Using the diagram below, answer the following:A. What type of cell is this?________________________B...

A: In the given question we need to determine:The type of cell present in the diagram.How do we the kno...

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Q: Type of Cell wall Type of Cell wall

A: The images given are the cell walls of the bacteria. The type of cell wall shown in the image and th...

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Q: e. Insert your picture to the corresponding question When inserting the picture, be mindfulc where i...

A: The process shown in the diagram needs to be described in the correct order of occurrence.

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Q: 7. Identify this type of met abolism. Complete the diagram for A B, andC. ( Glucose NADH ATP LAB: Wh...

A: As, you have posted multiple questions, I am attempting the very first question posted by you (Ques....

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Q: During oogenesis, meiosis results in:A) four equally sized cells that stop dividing in meiosis 1B) 2...

A: The product of oogenesis is to be determined.

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Q: What triggers a dehydration reaction between two amino acids, assuming they're perfectly aligned wit...

A: The cause of dehydration reaction that is initiated when two amino acids are perfectly alligned with...

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Q: Does epinephrine regulate the blood glucose levels?

A: The question is whether the epinephrine plays a role in the regulation of blood glucose levels.

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Q: As the pH increases the [H+] _______, and as the pH decreases the [H+] ______.

A: The fate of [H+] ions when the pH of a solution increases or decreases needs to be determined.

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Q: What is the goal of a successful Streak Plate procedure? How does this help us when we look at Koch’...

A: The question asks about the goal of the Streak plate procedure and its application in relation to th...

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Q: What are the five types of metabolism

A: The five types of metabolism are to be determined.

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Q: Identify the structure

A: The structure of the cell membrane needs to be determined.

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Q: d. e. 2. Camplete the following flow Chart to identify the three major components in Respir ation. A...

A: In the given question, we need to complete the chart and identify the major component of the respira...

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Q: Draw and label anaerobic respiration

A: It is required to determine anaerobic respiration.

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Q: What is biology

A: The question asks about the branch of science “Biology”.  

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Q: How would the slide appear if the bacteria were stained with safranin, a basic red dye?

A: The appearance of bacteria, when stained with safranin, is to be determined.

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Q: Identify and explain the process of respiration

A: Respiration is a wide phenomenon that comprises breathing, transfer and interchange of gases between...

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Q: Oil has the same ? Index as glass? Why is that important?*Regarding oil immersion on a microscope

A: The question is from optical microscopy field which has an application in biology. So, I am solving ...

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Q: Describe anatomical position

A: Anatomical position may be defined as the position where the body is erect, the arms at the sides an...

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Q: OL 117 G-test Homework- Due Wednesday 1/23 at start of class Name:ut Sed Section: COl Use the follow...

A: In the given picture there are multiple questions, as you need help in performing a G test. We canno...

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Q: what objective lens is the oil objective lens?

A: We have to determine the objective lens that is used for oil immersion.

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Q: why is it necessary to use oil immersion on oil objective ?

A: The oil immersion is the technique of light microscopy, which is used to increase the resolving powe...

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Q: what is the structure of bacteria?

A: The question asks to explain the structure of bacteria.

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Q: How do you defined conjugation within the bacteria kingdom?

A: Description of the process of conjugation- a method of genetic recombination in bacteria. 

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Q: How does a gene transition from a form into a function and into a behavior?

A: The mechanism of gene expression into a function and a behavior.  

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Q: What do seeds contain?

A: A seed is that part of a plant that can give rise to another such new plant. It is the unit of repro...

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Q: What is lymphocytes

A: Lymphocytes are a type of leukocytes or white blood cells. Lymphocytes play an essential role in the...

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Q: Name: uAne of class BI OL 117 G-test Homework- Due Wednes 1/23 at start Use the following informati ...

A: Null hypothesis suggests that there is no significant difference between the expected outcome and ob...

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Q: Person with type O- blood are often referred to as the universal donor. Based on the antigens on typ...

A: The question says why the person with O blood group is known as the universal donor. On the basis of...

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Q: Explain why it would be not possible to accurately measure hemoglobin concentration if the RBCs were...

A: It is required to determine why RBCs must be lysed to measure the hemoglobin concentration.

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Q: Leukemia is type if bone marrow cancer in which the hematopoietic tissue proceures a very large numb...

A: The question says a patient with leukemia (a type of bone marrow cancer) shows effect on the hematop...

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Q: What is a zygote?

A: It is required to define a zygote.

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Q: What climate region is found in Churchill, Canada?

A: The climatic region of Churchill, Canada is to be determined.

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Q: What muscle type goes with lacks saromers?

A: The type of the muscle tissue that lacks sarcomere. 

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Q: Which terrestrial biome covers the region of Darwin, Australia?

A: We have to determine the terrestrial biome of Darwin, Australia.

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Q: In gymnosperms and angiosperms which cells are used to transport sugar

A: The cells of gymnosperms and angiosperms involved in transportation of sugar are to be determined.

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Q: what does ph mean

A: We have to define pH.

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Q: what is an anatomical terms of navel

A: The anatomical term of the navel. 

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Q: What is a cell?

A: We have to determine the definition of a cell.

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Q: what is a isotope

A: Description of an isotope.

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Q: Label and show the loeatons of the following organelles on the dagram of a plant cell below: Cell wa...

A: To label the parts of the given plant cell.

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Q: zing2020207-cross listed/Cel Worksheet%20pdf.pdf NAME: HOUR: Label and show the loeations of the fol...

A: To label the parts of the animal cell.

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Q: The intermediate growth in a plant is due to what?

A: The question asks about the cause of intermediate growth in plants.

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Q: ber refers to the nur X ⓒ a substance that decreases H an | + ation.com/flow/connect.html ogy (Major...

A: To arrange the following bonds in the order starting from the strongest to the weakest. 1. Single co...

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Q: Where is lateral meristems located in a plant

A: The location of the lateral meristems in a plant. 

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Q: Briefly summarize your conclusions on the effects of temperature, pH, denaturation, and substrate co...

A: The effect of temperature, pH, denaturation and substrate concentration on the action of enzymes. 

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Q: Define enzyme denaturation in terms of protein structure. What environmental factors can denature en...

A: Proteins are macromolecules that consists of one or more long chains of amino acid (aa) residues. En...

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Q: What does it mean to say that an enzyme- catalyzed reaction is either enzyme limited or substrate -l...

A: The enzymes are the biocatalyst, which speeds up the chemical reaction in the body. The enzymes do n...

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Q: Chapter 01 Lecture Assignment1 eviewing Key Concepts: The Properties of Life Drag each label into th...

A: All the living organisms share life processes such as reproduction, order, growth,  etc.  There are ...

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Q: What structure helps in protein synthesis?

A: The struture helping in the protein synthesis and the process of protein synthesis. 

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Q: Blood components

A: Components of blood

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Q: list the body system and organs whose structure and function should be assessed to diagnose the caus...

A: In the given question, we need to determine the body part, which should be assessed to diagnose the ...

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Q: The following is produced in the gall bladder/liver and aids in digestion and absorption of lipidsa....

A: The question asks about which of the following option is produced in the gall bladder/liver and help...

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Q: What are the 4 main elements that make up living organisms on earth?

A: The question states that write about the 4 main elements which make up the living organisms.

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Q: name 1 hormone of the adrenal gland medulla responsible for flight or flight response

A: The adrenal glands are endocrine glands and they secrete hormones into the circulatory system. The c...

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Q: The cells that secrete the organic matrix of the highlighted tissue are called ________.

A: The category of the cells that secrete the organic matrix of the highlighted bone tissue in the imag...

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Q: Below are the reduction half reactions for chemolithoautotrophic nitrification, where ammonia is a s...

A: Redox reactions occur in living cells. Redox reactions involve oxidation as well as reduction. In re...

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Q: How does the anatomy of an organ determine its function? provide an example.

A: The question asks to explain how organ anatomy determines its function. Give an example in relation ...

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Q: What are the different parts of human blood? How does it tie into the concept of hemostasis?

A: The components of the human blood and the concept of homeostasis.

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Q: What is the importance and the physiology of the cardiac conduction system?

A: Cardiac conduction system is also known as the electrical conduction system of the heart. The cardia...

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Q: because of the fallowing:Chloroplasts (note: in addition to mitochondria) Cell walls Vacuoleswhat ca...

A: The question asks about the functions of the cell wall, vacuoles, and chloroplasts in a plant cell b...

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Q: Every winter, the cohesion of water molecules in xylem is interrupted by ice formation. What do tree...

A: The question is about how the xylem tissue in plants comes out from the problem of ice formation dur...

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Q: Photosynthesis and respirationIn photosynthesis, the energy comes from ______ and goes into ________...

A: Photosynthesis is the process by which green plants and some other organisms that contain the pigmen...

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Q: In cellular respiration, the energy comes from ________ and goes into _______.

A: The energy input and output of cellular respiration. 

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Q: Suppose you provided carbon dioxide with radioactive oxygen atoms to a plant. Into which kind of mol...

A: Photosynthesis is a process used by plants and other organisms containing chlorophyll to convert lig...

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Q: Suppose you provided water with radioactive oxygen atoms to a plant. Into which kind of molecule wou...

A: If water with radioactive oxygen atoms is provided to a plant, the radioactivity would enter the ___...

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Q: Distinguish between C4 plants and CAM plants in terms of carbon fixation.*

A: Differences between C4 plants and CAM plants in terms of carbon fixation.

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Q: Name the layers of Fascia and their types of connective tissue ?

A: Fascia description:The band or sheet of connective tissue that lies below the skin is called as fasc...

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Q: Functions of DNA responsible for making more than one protein is

A: The question is about to explain that which DNA function helps in the formation of more than one pro...

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Q: What gastrointestinal organ is responsible for bile secretion

A: The question asks to determine the gastrointestial organ that is responsible for the secretion of bi...

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Q: In hydrolysis of triglycerides what are the reactants and products

A: The question asks to determine the reactants required and the products generated during the hydrolys...

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Q: What is Metabolism

A: Metabolism is a characteristic of living organisms. Metabolism is the sum of all chemical processes ...

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Q: If atom is the unit of matter ,how come cell that is unit of life are linked?

A: The question asks that in what way the unit of life (cell) is linked with the unit of matter (atom).

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Q: How is water transported in the kidney

A: The transport of water in kidney.

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Q: ut (below the strand) the complimentary bases that 2a. The following is a single side of a strand of...

A: Hi. After accepting the question, I see that you have incorrectly solved 2b and 2c. I am giving you ...

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Q: What is a dehydration reaction ?

A: Description of a dehydration reaction.

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Q: Given a population of 100 individuals where 15 are AA, 25 are Aa, and 60 are aa, what is the frequen...

A: The given question says that the totalnumber of individualsis 300, out of which15 individuals have a...

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Q: What is the pH of a solution with a hydroxyl ion (OH-) concentration of 10^-10M?

A: pH is defined as the negative decimal logarithm of concentration of hydrogen ion in a solution. It i...

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Q: what are the types of amino​ acids?

A: Classification of amino acids. 

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Q: What is the plasma membranes function

A: Functions of plasma membrane.

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Q: My textbook says:"Protein encoding genes control protein production indirectly, using a related mole...

A: Proteins are made of structural building blocks called as amino acids and are found in all cells and...

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Q: Let's say you had a 10mL, 25mL,50mL and a 100mL graduated cylinder.Which one would you use if you ne...

A: While working in laboratories, measurement of substances is an essential step. But of prime importan...

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Q: 2a. The following is a single side of a strand of DNA. Write out (below the strand) the complimentar...

A: Mutations are changes in the base pairs of DNA that are heritable to the offspring. Mutations caused...

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Q: what is the probability that 6 out of 7 children of Hh x hh will be Hh or HH?

A: A character in an organism is given by gene, which is generally represented by two alleles. One of t...

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Q: which portions of a bacterial cell aid the ability to a bacterium to cause infections?

A: The question is about the structure of bacteria which helps in causing infections.

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Q: What are some beneficial uses of microorganisms?

A: Beneficial uses of microorganisms.

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Q: I am doing chemical bonding and I wanted to know what componates go in testosterone ?

A: Components of testosterone. 

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Q: what is the difference between electrical messenger and chemical messenger?

A: Numerous life processes occur in living organisms. These processes are carried out by specific organ...

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Q: What are the amino acid requirements of proteins and how are they are placed within the membrane?

A: Proteins are present in all tissues and cells. They are involved in all cellular processes directly ...

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Q: How are gasoline and fat chemically similar

A: The question asks about the chemical similarity between gasoline and fat.

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Q: What type of body plan would you use to divide the ear from the head?

A: The body plan that divides the ear from the head. 

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Q: how does chemical bonding occur?what are the various types of chemical bonding?how are they importan...

A: Chemical bonding is a concept which explains the formation, types and properties of chemical bond. A...

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Q: what are the parts of an atom located? What is the structure? what are these subatomic particles giv...

A: The structure, parts and subatomic particles of an atom. 

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Q: When looking at anatomical and physiological features of different types of blood vessels what are t...

A: List of similarities and differences between the blood vessels. 

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Q: In looking at the 3 lines of defenses of the immune system what are the similarities and difference...

A: Immune system consists of various cells and biological processes of host organism which serves to pr...

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Q: What is the importance of the complement system in immunity?

A: The importance of the complement system in immunity.

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Q: What is the difference between the respiratory mucosa and the respiratory membrane and how does gas ...

A: The difference between the respiratory mucosa and the respiratory membrane and the exchange of gases...

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Q: Comment on the reliability of colony morphology in the identification of a given bacterial species

A: Colony morphology in the identification of a given bacterial species.

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Q: What is the scientific method of observation

A: The scientific method of observation. 

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Q: Osmosis

A: For the movement of ions and molecules across the cells, there are two modes of transport that occur...

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Q: In _____ conditions, the cell wall will help prevent the cell from bursting.

A: The condition under which the cell wall will help prevent the cell from bursting. 

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Q: How would you prepare 10 to the power -4 dilution from a culture?

A: Bacterial culture or generally microbial culture is a method of multiplying the microorganism by all...

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Q: How would you prepare a 1:2000 dilution? I need help understanding , thank you

A:  The question asks that how to prepare a 1:2000 dilution.

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Q: In the process called "excitation-contraction coupling" (the events that lead up to a muscle cell's ...

A: When an organism is dead, there occurs stiffening of muscles. This is termed as Rigor mortis. This i...

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Q: The digital region (which contains the ______) is Distal compared to the axillary region (which is a...

A: In animal anatomy, regions of the body are reffered by specific anatomical terms with reference to a...

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Q: help me solveCritical Thinking #1 Biol 1406 Group Names:Read the following and fully answer the que...

A: The researcher is working on owl-mouse predation studies. The hypothesis was about the variables tha...

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Q: The Skeleton in the LakeThe discovery: A retired couple discovers the skeletal remains of an unknow...

A: There are many features given in the question, which can be used for the identification of the featu...

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Q: Under Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium, if a population exists that contains 2 alleles only, each has a re...

A: If a population exists that contains 2 alleles only, each has a respective frequency: p=0.3 and q=0....

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Q: → 읊 http://openvellum.ecollege.com/course.html?courseld-15183778&HepID=fb9c...☆ @ Pearson Copyrigh...

A: The information on DNA required to build and maintain a cell.

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Q: What are the two major molecular types of enzymes found in living cells.

A: The enzymes are the chemical compounds, which enhance the rate of reaction by assisting the conversi...

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Q: How serous membranes protect organs from infection

A: Role of serous membrane in protecting the organs of the body against infection. 

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Q: Describe the process of translation and transcription in the cell?

A: In the given question, we need to determine the process of transcription and translation in the cell...

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Q: How can a target cell respond to multiple hormones at the same time?

A: The questions ask how a target cell can respond to more than one hormone at the same time.

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Q: What distinguishes peptide hormones from steroid hormones?

A: The question asks to differentiate peptide hormones from steroid hormones.

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A: The structures which determine the quadrants in the human abdominopelvic cavity. 

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A: In anatomy, body of an organism is described by taking it in standard position. This helps in descri...

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Q: How do the various planes that can be superimpose on the body "divide it up" into sections?

A: The various planes of the body that divide it into sections.

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A: Difference between plasma and serum.

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Q: Which is the good appoprotein? HDL OR LOLWhy is it good?

A: The types of lipoproteins and there classification as "good" and "bad" based on their function. 

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A: The question asks to determine the cell components that are common to both prokaryotic and eukaryoti...

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Q: What two things are found in the nucleus of a eukaryotic cell

A: The question is about the two things which are present in a eukaryotic nucleus.

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Q: HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY 11TH EDITIONCHAPTER 17THESE CELLS ARE USED FOR ANTIBODY PRODUCTION?

A: The question asks to determine the cells that are involved in antibody production.

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Q: Many rare and endangered species are specialist. Explain what this term means. As an environment c...

A: The threat of losing the specialist species due to the changes in the environment. 

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Q: WHAT HAPPENS WHEN AN ABO BLOOD TYPE IS MISMATCHED FOR THE FIRST TIME?

A: The question asks the outcome of mismatched blood transfusion.

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Q: In the double helix of DNA, the ____________ bases of one strand exhibit complementary base pairin...

A: The question asks about the helical structure of DNA in terms of complementary bases.

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Q: definition of thoracic

A: Definition of thoracic.

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Q: In a base, the hydrogen ion concentration is ____ than the hydroxide ion concentration.

A: In case of water, H+ and OH- concentration is equal. As the ionic product of water at 298 K is 1 x 1...

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Q: what is conjugation?

A: The question asks to determine the process of conjugation.

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Q: What cells have a nucleus and membrane bound organelles?

A: The question is about which cells contain membrane-bound organelles and a nucleus.

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Q: What chamber pumps blood to the entire body except the lungs?

A: The question says which heart chamber pumps the blood to entire body except the lungs.

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Q: Which of the following IS found in basal land plants (Embryophyta), but NOT found in Chara?a. Multic...

A: The question says which character is present in the basal land plants (embryophyta) but absent in Ch...

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Q: 1. Systolic blood pressure was measured (in units of mm Hg) during preventative health examinations ...

A: Blood pressure is measured in units of "millimetres of Mercury" written as " mmHg" for short .

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Q: A sample of cervical cells is taken during a pap smear to test for abnormal cervical cells. This is ...

A: A sample of cervical cells is taken in Pap smear test to find out abnormal cells.This is done to det...

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Q: After fertilization the blastocyst develops three germ layers. Which germ layer is the innermost lay...

A: In the human embryo , after about three days of fertilisation,the zygote forms a solid mass of cells...

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Q: Which germ layer of a blastocyst gives rise to muscle and connective tissues?

A: The mesoderm give rise to muscle ,connective tissue , lymphatic system bones,circulatory system,etc.

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Q: Which of the following is an example of a teratogen?

A: Any agent that can disturb the development of an embryo or feotus is called teratogen.

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Q: After fertilization a developing embryos goes through several changes. At about 2-3 days, what is th...

A: During fertilization the haploid gametes, that is, sperm from a male and secondary oocyte from femal...

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Q: True or False: A Pet Scan is used to study the metabolic activity of an awake patient?

A: A PET scan is a type of imaging technology used to evaluate how our tissues and organs work at cellu...

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Q: True or False: An aneurysm can be detected on a sonogram?

A: An aneurysm is a bulge in a blood vessel caused by the weakness in the blood vessel wall.

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Q: Which of the following is an approach to microscopic anatomy?

A: Microscopic anatomy is the study of fine structures that can not be seen by naked eyes.

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