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What is the volume in milliliters of 0.23 kg of pure water

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Answer 1
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230 is your anwser! sorry bad english


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What prevents goodman brown from receiving baptism? what does the devil promise as the result of baptism?

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The cause why Goodman Brown has the thought of preventing himself to receive baptism was because of the devil’s promise or gift that he will give him if he did not take the baptism; the devil had promise him in result of the baptism is that he will provide Goodman that secrets of the evil within.

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Of the known elements only about ten are needed by living things. TRUE OR FALSE

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The answer you are looking for is false

Answer:

The correct answer is False

Explanation:

The are many elemts, and we to live need more than ten of them

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Proteins that are targeted to different cellular compartments other than the cytosol are made on the ribosomes attached to the endoplasmic reticulum. in order for ribosomes to attach to the endoplasmic reticulum, which proteins that are attached to the ribosome interact with proteins associated with the endoplasmic reticulum

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Signal recognition particle


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Which organic molecule is responsible for the insulation of internal organs against shock?

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The correct answer would be B. lipids.

Explanation:

Lipids are the compounds that are fatty acids or derivatives of the fatty acid that are insoluble in water and soluble in nonpolar solvents such as ether. These are some of the essential molecules of the bodies. these molecules have various functions in the body.

Such energy storage in the adipose tissues and utilize when there is not enough level of glucose, insulation: subcutaneous fats help in insulation as act as a blanket layer and insulate the body from external temperatures. Protection is also an essential function of lipids that protect the internal organs from shocks.

Thus, the correct answer is option B. lipids.

Which organic molecule is responsible for the insulation of internal organs against shock?Carbohydrates
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The g1 and g2 phases of the cell cycle are required for

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answer: mitosis (M phase)

the cell grows in G1 and G2 stages of the cell cycle

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A forest fire destroys an area. A small population of trees and a large population of birds are both affected. Which type of limiting factor causes this?

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Hello, to answer your question properly the problem that's effecting the population is the decrease in trees. It causes their nests and homes in the trees to be burned and make them have to migrate somewhere else then that area they were living in.

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Plate tectonics is the theory explaining the structure of the earth's crust and the resulting features and processes of the interaction of the plates that move slowly over the underlying mantle. A mid-ocean ridge is a feature that results in ocean to ocean divergent boundary zones. How is a mid-ocean ridge a resulting feature? A. The plates are moving in a zigzag formation, creating shallow earthquakes which forms a mid-ocean ridge.
B. Mid-ocean ridges are not resulting features of ocean-to-ocean divergent boundary zones.
C. The plates are moving towards each other, which causes the crust to buckle and push upwards or sideways which forms a mid-ocean ridge.
D. The rising convection current below the oceanic lithosphere lifts the lithosphere as the plates move apart.

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The answer is "The rising convection current below the oceanic lithosphere lifts the lithosphere as the plates move apart." which is letter D. Convection current moves the plate away from each other due to the heat pressure that circulates beneath the lithosphere. The gap between the divergent plane will create the mid-ocean ridges.

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D. The rising convection current below the oceanic lithosphere lifts the lithosphere as the plates move apart.

Explanation:

Plate tectonic is a theory that explains how tectonic plates are moving, These plates are diverging , converging or even moving past each other. The Interaction of this earth tectonic plates cause a slow movement on the underlying mantle .

The boundary where plates moves apart is known as the divergent boundary. The divergent boundary is prevalent in the oceanic crust . This boundary mostly involve ocean ocean separation or spreading. Mantle materials from the mantle region upwells to the sea floor during spreading through the mid oceanic ridge. The rising convection current below the oceanic lithosphere or crust lifts the crust and causes a spreading or moving apart of the plate. The mid oceanic ridge is usually formed and this where mantle materials are likely to be exposed to the sea floor.  

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Explain the processes that lead to the exocytosis of neurotransmitter from a presynaptic cell. which components are recycled? which ion is important in triggering exocytosis?

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1)In exocytosis: The neurotransmitter is produced, vesicles are formed around the neurotransmitters to be released and they fuse with the outer membrane of the presynaptic cell.  Then, their contents (neurotransmitters) are secreted into the synaptic cleft.

2) the compounds recycled: Vesicles.
The membranes formed from old vesicles become part of the presynaptic membrane and new vesicles surge from that area of the membrane. These new vesicles are refilled with more neurotransmitters.

3)Answer: Calcium ions.
Action potentials open calcium channels that are in the membrane of the presynaptic cell, which causes the Ca+ ions to move to inside the cell . Calcium ions trigger the release of neurotransmitter from the vesicles into the synaptic cleft.
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Compare actions of cocaine amphetamines and nicotine

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Nicotine on direct application in humans causes irritation and burning sensation in the mouth and throat, increased salivation, nausea, abdominal pain, vomiting and diarrhea. Predominant immediate effects consist of increase in pulse rate and blood pressure. Nicotine also causes an increase in plasma free fatty acids, hyperglycemia, and an increase in the level of catecholamines in the blood. There is reduced coronary blood flow but an increased skeletal muscle blood flow. The increased rate of respiration causes hypothermia, a hypercoagulable state, decreases skin temperature, and increases the blood viscosity.

For amphetamine the immediate effects are quicker reaction times, feelings of energy/wakefulness, excitement, increased attentiveness and concentration, feelings of euphoria. Side effects of amphetamines can include heart palpitations, dry mouth, headache, hostility, nausea, cognitive impairment, severe anxiety, lack of appetite, teeth grinding, dizziness, increased heart rate, heart palpitations, rapid breathing rate, hypertension (high blood pressure), increased body temperature, erectile dysfunction, irregular heartbeat.

Cocaine causes a short-lived, intense high that is immediately followed by the opposite intense depression, edginess and a craving for more of the drug the side effects are Loss of appetite increased heart rate, blood pressure, body temperature, contracted blood vessels increased rate of breathing, dilated pupils, disturbed sleep patterns, nausea, hyperstimulation, bizarre, erratic, sometimes violent behavior hallucinations, hyperexcitability, irritability, tactile hallucination that creates the illusion of bugs burrowing under the skin, intense euphoria, anxiety and paranoia, depression, intense drug craving, panic and psychosis, convulsions, seizures and sudden death from high doses (even one time)
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