Desert plants are often widely spaced due to competition for rainwater.
State officials are considering constructing a road through a forested wilderness area. This action will likely affect the forest ecosystem in various ways. Part A: Predict how the construction of a road could negatively affect plants and animals in that ecosystem. (3 points) Part B: Describe one way that the construction of a road could have a positive impact of the forest ecosystem. (1 point)
The construction of roads, in general, tends to have negative effects on the flora and fauna. The construction itself means that lot of vegetation has to be cleared, thus destroyed, in order for the road to be constructed. If additional objects are set along the road, that will mean even more destroyed vegetation. The animals suffer mostly by being hit by vehicles as they do not know how to react to them. Their movement is stopped as they can not cross the roads, and the noise often drives them further away from it, meaning that the have to change their habits, or become exposed to predation. The humans also have much easier access in the interior of the forests, so there's always the big danger of destroying the forests by logging, and destroying the animal communist by poaching.
The roads can have positive effects on the forest ecosystems too, not just negative ones, but in order for that to be the case, the roads have to be planned and managed carefully. If the roads are planned carefully, by taking the forest ecosystem in consideration, then the roads can actually be very beneficial. The benefit can come in a way that the roads can be constructed in the areas of the forests that are not in danger and are not very sensitive, while in meantime being further away from the areas that are actually sensitive and very vulnerable, thus protecting them. Also, a carefully planned road, will have lot of places through which the animals can move from one side to another side of it, without having to cross the road, thus not influencing their movement and migratory patterns.
The situation in which an allele frequencies in the gene pool of a population remain constant is called A. evolution
Concept map: how is the energy in glucose extracted for use in the cell?
Answer: The energy stored in the food that we eat can be extracted by the process of cellular respiration . The energy stored in the glucose can be converted into ATP ( adenosine tri phosphate ) .Cellular respiration is the process in which the glucose in presence of oxygen is broken down into carbon dioxide and water and the energy is stored in the form of ATP. It is the molecule that provides energy for your cells to perform work, such as moving your muscles as you walk down the street.When ATP is broken down into ADP ( adenosine di phosphate) and inorganic phosphate the energy is released.
glucose + oxygen → carbon dioxide + water.
An animal such as a cat can be described as having a back, a front, a head end, a tail end, a right side and a left side. All of these division indicate an animal with what body plan?
The coyote (canis latrans) is found across North America which makes it a specialist species. Please select the best answer from the choices provided T F
the answer is false!
How are fats absorbed into the lymph? how are fats absorbed into the lymph? in the form of glycerol in the form of chylomicrons in the form of fatty acids and glycerol in the form of micelles submit?
Which is part of the spindle apparatus? Question 11 options:
Chromatin is a part of the spindle apparatus
Chromosome is not only responsible for genetic material. Chromatin is that substance which consists of protein and DNA. Here DNA carries genetic instruction. Histones are main proteins of chromatin. It is also called the packaging of element for the DNA.
In two forms chromatin exist. One is euchromatin and another is heterochromatin. Euchromatin is less condensed and it can be transcribed. Heterochromatin is highly condensed and typically not transcribed. Chromosomal pathway regulates spindle assembly.
Plants use carbohydrates to build things such as cellulose. How do plants acquire these building blocks to build mass? a. They absorb carbohydrates through the soil.
b. They absorb dissolved carbohydrates via water.
c. They make carbohydrates through the process of photosynthesis.
d. They make carbohydrates through the process of cellular respiration.
What Are The Branches Of Botany?
There are 26 branches of botany.
Branches allied to botany
The main once are three: The core topics with the concerned, Study of the fundamental natural and processes of plant life.