BIOLOGY COLLEGE

When making a drive to the basket in a basketball game, your ____ nervous system sends signals to your muscles to coordinate your movements?

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Answer 1
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autonomic would be the answer my guy.


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MIDDLE SCHOOL

2.The(organ)____where urea is produced.

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Hi there,

The answer to that fill-in the blank is Liver.

The Liver is where urea is produced.

It also performs 500 different functions in your body, that is why your liver is important to your body.

Hope this is correct :)

Have a great day

The liver is where urea is produced.
HIGH SCHOOL

In which step of the scientific method would you need controls? A. observation

B. hypothesis

C. experimentation

D. conclusion

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 The correct answer for is C. experimentation
I believe it's C. Experimentation
HIGH SCHOOL

Which statement best describes the use of a control sample that is known to be from bighead carp in eDNA surveillance? A. As a positive control to compare with the markers of known fragment sizes
B. As a negative control to compare with the markers of known fragment sizes
C. As a negative control to show if there are bighead carp present in the area
D. As a positive control to show if there are bighead carp present in the area

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The correct answer is (D) As a positive control to show if there are bighead carp present in the area.

Recently, there has been use of various molecular methods to detect the presence of environmental DNA (eDNA) has become a boon in the surveillance programs that is used to monitor the presence of invasive species in the aquatic system. This technique can detect the presence of nucleic acid in water even if the species are not present in water. It was also used as a positive control to show if there is presence of bighead carp (fish) in that particular area.


The use of a control sample that is known to be from bighead carp in eDNA surveillance as a positive control to show if there are bighead carp present in the areaso option D is correct hope this helps
HIGH SCHOOL

In some goats, the presence of horns is produced by an autosomal gene that is dominant in males and recessive in females. a horned female is crossed with a hornless male. the f1 offspring are intercrossed to produce the f2. what proportion of the f2 females will have horns?

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Taking; H+ = allele for the presence of horns
            H- = allele for hornlessness
Since H+ is recessive in females, the horned female parents must be H+H+. The hornless male is H-H- because the absence of horns is recessive in males. Then their F1 progeny must be all heterozygous H+H-. An intercross of the F1 would produce both male and female progeny in the ration of 1 H+H+, 2 H+H-, and 1 H-H-. Additionally, remembering that H+ is recessive in females, we would expect a ratio of 3:1 hornless to horned females.

Answer:

of the f2 females will have horns

Explanation:

Let the "presence of horn" trait be represented by "H"

and the "absence of horn" trait be represented by "h"

Given presence of horn is a dominant trait in males and recessive trait in females.

F1 Cross -

Horned female genotype - HH

Hornless male genotype - hh

HH * hh

Hh, Hh, Hh, Hh

F2 Cross

Hh * Hh

HH, Hh, Hh, hh

Only one female will have horns

of the f2 females will have horns

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Why is the fossil record incomplete? Choose all that apply. Not all organisms are fossilized.


Not all scientists believe in the fossil record.


Not all fossils survive.


Not all fossils are found.

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Answer:

  • Not all organisms are fossilized.
  • Not all fossils survive.
  • Not all fossils are found.

Explanation:

The most direct way to determine the age of a species is to observe in the fossil record what was the first occurrence of this species. The biggest problem is that the fossil record is very incomplete, because many times organisms decompose before being fossilized, and many fossils have never been found. In short, we can say that the fossil record is incomplete because not all organisms are fossilized, not all fossils survive and not all fossils are found. Moreover, the fact that one finds fossils of a species from a certain age does not mean that such a species originated at that time in geological history. It may be that records of the species's presence in previous ages have been lost.

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The fossil record, however, is quite incomplete. Here's one major reason why: Sediment has to cover an organism's remains in order for the long fossilization process to begin. Most organisms decompose before this can happen.

HIGH SCHOOL

Unlike secondary succession, primary succession a. occurs in an area where existing communities still exist.
b. proceeds at a much faster rate.
c. has the challenge of occurring in areas where no community exists at all.
d. leads to an increased number of different species over time.

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the answer is c all thanks to the text that has all the answers

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Which of these is not a function of DNA Polymerase

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The unwinding of DNA is not a function of DNA Polymerase.

DNA helicase is initially required to unwind the double helix before DNA polymerase can replicate the two strands.

What are the purposes of DNA polymerases?
  • DNA polymerases are essential components of DNA replication and repair, which copy genomes and preserve their integrity to guarantee the accurate transmission of genetic information from one generation to the next.
  • A double-stranded DNA molecule is duplicated into two identical DNA molecules during the process of DNA replication, which is carried out by DNA polymerase.

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Answer:C

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HIGH SCHOOL

Why are bacteria a necessary part of the nitrogen cycle

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 Bacteria are important because they perform the essential processes for the nitrogen cycle such as ammonification, nitrogen fixation, and nitrification.
As Nitrogen cant be used in its form due to its chemical form it is transformed to various forms in the nitrogen cycle. Bacteria is important because it helps in the process.
MIDDLE SCHOOL

How does a light microscope work​

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Light from a mirror is reflected up through the specimen, or object to be viewed, into the powerful objective lens, which produces the first magnification. The image produced by the objective lens is then magnified again by the eyepiece lens, which acts as a simple magnifying glass.

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