BIOLOGY HIGH SCHOOL

Explain the similarity between aquifers and banks.

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Answer 1
Answer:

Answer:

Both store water.

Explanation:

Aquifer is a geological formation that contains water and allows significant amounts of that water to move around in natural conditions. Permeable formations, such as sandstones and sands, are examples of aquifers.

Water banks, in turn, are excellent reservoirs for storing water in large volumes. They can be of the buried, semi-buried and supported type, which are usually in circular or rectangular shapes.

In short, aquifers and water banks store water, this is the characteristic they have in common.

Answer 2
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Both hold bodies of water above and underground.

Explanation:


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One role of the skeletal system is to produce _____.

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The skeletal system in the human body provides protection to the soft tissues, helps in the process of mineral homeostasis, and also does a production of blood cells. The skeletal system comprises connective tissues including cartilage, bone, ligaments, and tendons.  

The skeletal system stores fats, minerals, and generates blood cells in the bone marrow, present in the long bones. Another prime function of the skeletal system is to help with mobility.  

So, the given blank can be filled with blood cells.  


To produce hormones and also to produce electrical impulses
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An​ 82-year-old female with nausea and vomiting has called 911. When obtaining her past medical​ history, she informs you that she suffered a transient ischemic attack​ (TIA) two months ago. Based on this​ information, what should the EMT expect to​ find?

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Answer:

Answer is  the absence of any neurological deficits

Explanation:

Neurological deficit is abnormal function of a body area. Its symptoms include Partial or complete loss of sensation, muscle weakness, seizures among others.

HIGH SCHOOL

Positively charged sodium ions transport electrical impulses in the nervous system. Which subatomic particle does sodium lose to attain a positive charge?

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Electron. Hope this helps! :)
MIDDLE SCHOOL

What is Science? A. A collection of accumulated knowledge.
B. The process of accumulating reliable knowledge.
C. None of these.
D. Both of these.

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Answer: B. The process of accumulating reliable knowledge.

Explanation:

Science is the collection of systematic reliable knowledge through the observations and the experiments. Science explains how the natural things work in the world. Science is an approach of understanding the natural phenomenon. Without the science life is impossible because science is present in everything that we go through everyday.                                                            

HIGH SCHOOL

The highlighted structures contain ________ to allow for taste. a) mechanoreceptors
b) chemoreceptors
c) nociceptors
d) photoreceptors

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B) Chemoreceptors

CHEMOreceptors = stimulated by CHEMICALS
- tastebuds are stimulated by chemicals (saliva + food = chemical reaction) to be able to taste.
HIGH SCHOOL

Over time staph bacteria have become resistant to the antibiotic penicillin. Which process explains how penicillin resistance developed? A. natural selection B. cooperation C. speciation D. extinction of a species

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A. natural selection

Over time, the individual staph bacteria that are not resistant die when they meet penicillin, and the resistant staph survive. These resistant staph then reproduce to create other resistant staph bacteria. Over time, only the resistant staph remain and the population of staph as a whole becomes resistant to penicillin.

Answer:

A: Natural Selection

Explanation:

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Which of the followiing characteristics of living things is very important for a group or organisms, but not a single orgaism? a
Living things respond to their environment.
b
Living things maintain internal balance
c
Living things reproduce
d
Living things are made up of units called cells

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The answer is D! living things are made up of units called cells.
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What can we observe in order to visualize Mendel's Law of Segregation? See Concept 15.1 (Page 296) View Available Hint(s) What can we observe in order to visualize Mendel's Law of Segregation? See Concept 15.1 (Page 296) homologous chromosomes separating during meiosis II the replication of DNA homologous chromosomes separating dur

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Answer:What can we observe in order to visualize mendel's law of segregation ?

During meiosis I the homologous chromosomes separate.

Explanation:As stated by mendelev that "allele pairs separate or segregate during gamete formation..."

meiosis is the basis in the formation of sex cells.

we can see like wise in meiosis I as homologous chromosomes separates.

HIGH SCHOOL

Isaiah is having his eyes checked. the doctor has put drops in isaiah's eyes that will cause the pupils to open wide. as the drops begin to work, isaiah will most likely notice that

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Answer:

The correct answer is - he will start experiencing the blurry vision.

Explanation:

The mydriasis or dilation of the pupil is a process where an increase in light sensitivity so the more light to the retina as the pupil becomes large.

This causes blurry vision by the dilation of pupil by mydriatics. The low light also causes the dilation of the pupil.

Thus, the correct answer is -he will start experiencing blurry vision.

When Isaiah gets his pupils dilated, his eyes will become more sensitive to light. Also, his eyes will have trouble focusing and his vision will be blurry. 

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