Which part of a scientific argument must be supported by valid data
Which length is usually measured in micrometers?
Some jellyfish have skeletons that are formed by fluid-filled compartments. This fluid resists compression and thus supports the body structure from deforming. Which term describes these skeletons? A. Fluid skeletons B. Hydrostatic skeletons C. Exoskeleton D. Endoskeleton
B. Hydrostatic skeletons
A hydrostatic skeleton is a fluid-filled skeleton that is present in many invertebrates that have soft bodies. Some of the jelly fishes are among them. The hydrostatic skeleton of jelly fishes can be compressed as it is filled with fluid.
However, it can regain the original shape once the pressure is removed. The ability of hydrostatic skeleton to be compressed and to regain the original shape help these jellyfishes to resist deformation of the body.
B. Hydrostatic skeletons
What is the purpose of a conclusion in the scientific method
In subduction zones, dense pieces of oceanic crust are pulled downward toward the mantle. Which of the following forces drives this process?
The answer would be gravity
Which of the findings listed below support the dopamine hypothesis? amphetamines decrease dopamine and produce the positive symptoms of schizophrenia. amphetamine-induced psychosis is less likely in persons with a genetic predisposition for schizophrenia. drugs that block the effects of dopamine in the brain reduce or eliminate symptoms of schizophrenia. amphetamines decrease dopamine and can produce the negative symptoms of schizophrenia?
The dopamine hypothesis of schizophrenia is a structure, accrediting indications of schizophrenia to a distressed and agitated dopaminergic indicator transduction. The growth of enriched antipsychotic medicines was directed by a hunt for dopamine blockers founded on the notion that schizophrenia is, partly, a hyperdopaminergic state. So from the choices given above, it can be concluded that, drugs that block the effects of dopamine in the brain reduce or eliminate symptoms of schizophrenia.
Once a person is infected, which one of these sexually transmitted infections (stis) remains in the body for life, regardless of treatment
Which of these diseases does NOT require the introduction of foreign nucleic acid? kuru
St. Louis encephalitis
Kuru are transmitted by prion. This diseases are untreatable and ultimately fatal.
Prions are infectious proteinaceous particle that are neither virus nor do they contain nucleic acid.
They are transmitted by ingestion of the infected nervous system tissues.They are normally found in the healthy brain tissues if this protein is mis-folded into denatured form it can cause disease.
Molecules move from greater to lesser concentration through a transport protein in