BIOLOGY HIGH SCHOOL

What cellular process is represented by the letters on the Punnett square

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Answer 1
Answer: Where's the Punnet square?
Answer 2
Answer: It depicts the probabilities of alleles after recombinance. if you want to be more general, meiosis

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COLLEGE

Explain why increasing extracellular k+ reduces the net diffusion of k+ out of the neuron through the k+ leak channels.

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Increasing extracellular k+ reduces the net diffusion of k+ out of the neuron  

because increasing the extracellular  k+  reduces the steepness of the

concentration gradient and so less potassium(k+) diffuses out of the neuron.

Diffusion involves the movement of molecules from region of higher

concentration to that of lower concentration.Changes in the concentration of

the particles involved affects the gradient.

In this scenario,  extracellular k+ concentration was increased which reduced the steepness of the concentration gradient . Diffusion involves movement from regions of higher to lower concentration which translates to a reduction in the amount of potassium diffusing out.

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Increasing the extracellular potassium ions reduces the net diffusion of potassium ions out of the neuron through the potassium ions leak channels because the concentration of the extracellular potassium ions is high that would cause it to create an obstacle for potassium ions from diffusing out the cell membrane.
HIGH SCHOOL

What did chloroplasts evolve from according to the endosymbiotic hypothesis? A. ribosomes
B. mitochondria
C. aerobic bacteria
D. photosynthetic bacteria

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Chloroplasts have evolved from D. Photosynthetic bacteria according to the endosymbiotic hypothesis.
The answer is a.ribosomes
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Sam and Dean are at a bowling alley. Sam throws a bowling ball toward a set of bowling pins, and his ball moves at 25 km/hr. Dean throws an identical ball toward another set of bowling pins, and his ball moves at 22 km/hr. Since both bowling balls have the same mass, which of the following statements is true? A. Sam's ball has more kinetic energy than Dean's ball. B. The bowling balls have the same kinetic energy. C. Dean's ball has more kinetic energy than Sam's ball. D. Neither ball has any kinetic energy.

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Answer:

Since both bowling balls have the same mass and Sam's ball has a higher velocity with respect to Dean's ball, it can be concluded that Sam's ball has more kinetic energy than Dean's ball (option A).

Explanation:

Kinetic energy is a term that in physics is related to a body in motion.

The conclusion about the kinetic energy of Sam and Dean's bowling balls is derived from the relationship between kinetic energy ( ) and velocity (v):

= m.v²

From this equation it can be established that the kinetic energy is directly proportional to the speed of a mobile body: higher the speed, greater the kinetic energy.

Sam's bowling ball has greater speed during its course on the bowling alley and, therefore, its kinetic energy will be greater than Dean's ball.

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COLLEGE

Spherically shaped bacteria are known as A. bacilli. B. spirilla. C. spirochetes. D. cocci.

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The answer is 
D. cocci
I think the answer is D
hope this help

HIGH SCHOOL

A virus that specifically attacks ____________ would damage the visceral layer of the glomerular capsule .

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A virus that specifically attacks podocytes would damage the visceral layer of the glomerular capsule .The podocytes is one of the components of the nephrons. 
The capillart called glomerular capsule together with a capsule of epithelial cells form the renal corpuscle.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

What Is The Main Function Of Vascular tissue In vascular plants?

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The vascular tissue consists of xylem and phloem. Xylem helps distribute water and minerals throughout the plant and phloem helps distribute the dissolved nutrients. The xylem and phloem together form the vascular system.
MIDDLE SCHOOL

As scientists have developed more productive crop varieties, farmers have switched from growing many traditional varieties to new high-yield varieties. For example, in Peru, the Indians once grew 500 native varieties of potatoes. That number has been reduced to about twenty major potato varieties, worldwide. Why is it potentially dangerous to reduce the number of crop species in potatoes? A) It reduces the variety of crops available for human diets. B) It requires a larger investment than small farmers can make. C) It makes the overall crop more susceptible to pests or disease. D) It could reduce or cause the extinction of some predatory insects. Submit

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Answer:

Option C, It makes the overall crop more susceptible to pests or disease.

Explanation:

An organism keeps on evolving and varying from its previous generation based on the gene pool. The larger is the gene pool, the higher is the scope of variation.  

Now in this case farmers have stopped a growing traditional crop, which means there are only limited genes in the entire gene pool of hybrid potato which are free to vary based on the mating scenario.  

This limit on variation based on reproduction will ultimately reduce the natural ability of a crop to generate characteristics that could support it to survive in adverse condition. Thus, GMO may become more susceptible to the new evolved species of pest (which is free to evolve naturally)

Hence, option C is correct

C) It makes the overall crop more susceptible to pests or disease. is the correct answer

HIGH SCHOOL

How are genetic mutations passed from parent to offspring? A) Sex cells divide to create new cells.
B) Mutated gametes (sex cells) fuse to create offspring.
C) Genetic mutations occur during DNA replication.
D) Genetic mutations only occur during meiosis, never mitosis.

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B, mutated gametes :)

B) Mutated gametes (sex cells) fuse to create offspring.

Only mutations in gametes or sex cells can be passed from parent to offspring. Therefore genetic mutations are passed to the offspring because mutated gametes fuse to create offspring.

HIGH SCHOOL

Select all that apply. Plants are used as _____.
fuel
food
medicine
gifts
clothes

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I would say that plants are used as all of the above: fuel, food, medicine, gifts, and clothes. Plants are used as fuel to create biofuels. Plants are obviously used as food, when we eat vegetables, and fruit, etc. Plants are used as medicine to make various drugs to help people cure their diseases. Plants, especially flowers, are used as gifts as well. Plants are used as clothes also, especially cotton and other plants.

Answer:

Plants are used as-

fuel

food

medicine

gifts

clothes

AKA ALL OF THE ABOVE

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Writers organize their writings to make an impact on their readers. In Muir's writing about the Calypso Borealis, he places opposing views of his journey close together. Read the following paragraphs. In two to four sentences, explain the opposite views of the two paragraphs and discuss the impact of placing these opposite views close together The worst in the most beautiful of the flowering plants I discovered on this first Grand excursion was Calypso Borealis and the hider of the North. I had been forwarding streams more and more difficult to cross and waddling bogs and swamps that seemed more and more expensive and more difficult to Force Ones way through entering one of these great paramedic Ann Arbor veiltail swamps one morning holding a general through very crooked course by a compass struggling through Tangled drooping branches and over and under Brock heaps of falling trees I began to fear that I will not be able to reach dry grounds before dark and therefore would have to pass a night in the swamp and begin faint and hungry to plan a nest of branches on one of the largest trees or Wind Falls like a monkeys nest or Eagles or Indians in the flooded Forest of the ornoico described by humboldt But when the sun was getting low and everything seemed more bewildering and discouraging I found beauty Calypso on the mossy Bank of stream growing not in the ground but on the bed of yellow mosses in which its small white bulb haven't found a softness and from which it's one leaf and one flower sprung the flower was white and made the impression of the utmost simple pretty like a snow flower no other Bloom was near it for the bog a short distance below has her face was still frozen and the water was ice cold it seemed the most spiritual all flower people I have never met I sat down beside it and barely cried for joy