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Name three vehicles for transferring to humans the special properties of soil air and sunlight

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Answer: The three vehicles or transferring to humans the special properties of soil,  air and sunlight are convection, conduction and radiation. These processes are used in heat transfers in which the inherent heat or heat absorbed is transferred to another medium (i.e. human). 

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Which is a factor that could interrupt the progress of succession? colonization of surfaces by lichens different animals appearing at each stage another natural disturbance long-term fluctuations in climate

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Another natural disturbance would interupt the order of succession, because mainly a natural disaster is what causes succession, so another one would yeah, screw things up.
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When the sun, moon, and earth are lined up in a right angle, the high tides will be _____ than normal, and the low tides will be _____ than normal?

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First one is higher
Second one is lower
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What impact might the increasing worldwide use of the internet have on the final step of the experimental method?

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The experimental method is usually mentioned in relation to Psychology. This method focuses on the manipulation of the independent variable and making observations with relation to the dependent variable. The use of the internet in the final steps of the experimental method can lead to experimental procedures that are ignored or not examined thoroughly. 
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The only dry membrane is the

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The only dry membrane it is the unique because of its waterproof nature (due to the keratinized layer) it is the body’s only dry membrane
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. Why was it useful to be able to verify the source of the water? . Why would a neighborhood served by two diff erent water companies be more useful for testing snow's hypothesis than two neighborhoods each with their own source? . Epidemiologists often draw causal webs to illustrate the interrelationships among biological, social, and environmental variables that contribute to disease outbreaks. Based on what you have learned so far, what variables should be included in a causal web for cholera? . Snow considered his conclusions about cholera to be inferences from observations whereas the reviewer from the medical journal considered these to be conjectures. What is the diff erence between inference and conjecture?

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1. Private sources of water supply should be tested at least twice a year for total coliforms and E. coli, especially where sources of supply are most likely to be present. risk, ie after the spring thaw and during the rainy autumn period. Analyzes should be performed even if water treatment devices are installed on the water system.

In addition, the water should be subject to additional analysis following any incident that could affect the microbial safety of the reserves, such as sewage backflow or flooding near an area. well. Water should also be analyzed if it changes appearance, taste or smell.


2. To test Snow's hypothesis it would take at least two different water sources, and so the neighborhood would have to be served in water by two different companies.


3. Cholera, caused by the pathogenic strains of the bacterium Vibrio cholerae, is a highly contagious disease, with at least 100,000 cases reported in 2004, mainly on the African continent. The indigenous nature of V. cholerae in the aquatic environment reminds us that this bacterium, before being pathogenic for humans, plays an ecological role in its ecosystem. This latter property implies a direct influence of environmental and climatic conditions on the presence, persistence and abundance of the bacterium in the aquatic ecosystem and thus indirectly on the emergence of cholera in humans.

The main factors favoring outbreaks are of social origin:

the socio-economic level and the living conditions of the populations: poverty, low level of hygiene, difficulties of water supply;

natural conditions and risks: water warming (El Nino phenomena strongly correlated with outbreaks, climatic changes), natural disasters causing floods and corporate disruption (cyclones, earthquakes), etc.

geopolitical environments: armed conflicts, civil wars leading to refugee camps and precarious housing, lack of governance of institutions that limit access to drinking water resources and control of the environment.


4. Inference is a movement of thought from principles to conclusion. It is an operation which makes it possible to pass from one or more assertions, statements or propositions affirmed as true, called premises, to a new assertion which is the conclusion.

A conjecture is an assertion for which no demonstration is yet known, but which is strongly believed to be true, in the absence of a counter-example.

A conjecture can be chosen as a hypothesis or postulate to study other statements.

When a conjecture is demonstrated, it becomes a theorem and joins the list of facts.

==> In some ways, they are opposed in their deduction, the inference starts from principles and the conjecture starts from "conclusions" or hypotheses supposed to be right.

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What are the tiny hair-like structures lining your body’s mucous membranes which trap and remove pathogens?

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The answer is cilia. These serve as a first line of filtration against pathogens.

Answer:

cilia

Explanation:

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Water imbalance, in which output exceeds intake, causing an imbalance in body fluids, is termed dehydration. select one: a. True
b. False

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True I think x hope this helps
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Mark each statement that is true. A.
Naturalists were influenced by Charles Darwin’s ideas.


B.
Naturalists believed the unconscious mind shaped human beings.


C.
Émile Zola wrote Naturalist novels.


D.
Zola thought most nineteenth-century novels described the lives of the poor very accurately.


E.
Naturalists thought that the environment shaped people.

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B)Naturalists believed the unconscious mind shaped human beings. True
E)Naturalists thought that the environment shaped people.  True

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b and e

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A pond contains 500 fish, 100 of which have been tagged. You catch 50 fish. How many of them would you expect to be tagged?

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The answer to your question is 10

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10

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cause i said so

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