Another animal had a egg and it evolved into a chicken egg when it cracked it had a baby chicken.
What is the most common type of wave associated with major earthquakes?
The surface waves are the seismic waves that travels along the earth's surface. They have higher amplitudes and moves at a slower rate compared to the body waves. These surface waves can propagate only in solid and are usually of 2 types, namely-
(1) Rayleigh waves
(2) Love waves
These surface waves are very destructive as it travels along the surface, causing a lot of damages to the properties such as houses, commercial buildings, and other structures.
Explain why the first snowfall of the winter usually "sticks" better to tree branches than to bare ground.
The first snowfall of winter sticks better to tree branches than to the ground because of radiation in which the ground holds because of the heat that it has compared to the tree branches that are not consumed by the heat which makes the snow sticks to it better. Whereas the ground makes the snow to not stick easily.
Two components are common to all four DNA nucleotides, and one component differs. Drag each of the following terms to the appropriate column to indicate whether that item is commonly found in all DNA nucleotides or only in specific DNA nucleotides.-phosphate-deoxyribose sugar-thymine-cytosine-adenine-guanine
Deoxyribose sugar and phosphate are found in all the DNA nucleotides, while the bases, that is, guanine, cytosine, thymine, and adenine are found only in particular DNA nucleotides.
DNA comprises two strands of building blocks known as DNA nucleotides. Each nucleotide of DNA comprises a deoxyribose sugar, a phosphate group, and a nitrogen-containing base. The two components, that is, the phosphate group and deoxyribose sugar are common to all the DNA nucleotides, while the nitrogen-containing base group will differ.
There are four kinds of nitrogen-containing bases, that is, guanine, adenine, cytosine, and thymine. These bases associate in particular manners with adenine producing hydrogen bonds with thymine, and guanine pairing with cytosine. These associations of complementary bases connect the two strands of DNA that then twist to produce the characteristic helical composition of DNA.
These qualities is generally true of both traditional and modern plays. A. They fall into one of these two categories: tragedy or drama.
B. They contain exposition, rising action, climax, and falling action, in that order.
C. They conclude with the resolution of the main conflict they explore.
D. They contain elements such as dialogue, setting, characters, and plot.
the answer is D. They contain elements such as dialogue, setting, characters, and plot.
what is the distribution of earthquakes and volcanoes over the surface of the earth. are they scattered at random or they concentrated in zones
B represents the dominant allele for brown fur and b represents the allele for white fur what are the possible genotypes for offspring of rabbits with the genotypes BB and bb answers
The genotype of all offsprings would be "Bb"
The two parent rabbits between which the cross is carried out have the following genotype
Parent I - Homozygous dominant "BB" with brown fur
Parent II - Homozygous recessive "bb" with white fur
The cross between these two can be represented by a punnet square
b Bb Bb
b Bb Bb
All the offsprings produced are heterozygous with genotype "Bb"
A microbiologist observed the genetic sequence of DNA change from . TAC GCA TGG AAT. AUG CGU ACC UUA. to. TAC GTA TGG AAT. AUG CAU ACC UUA.. Name the kind of mutation that occurred.
Answer: The answer is C. substitution
Consider the life cycle of a typical frog. Where within the life cycle does fertilization take place? A) A. B) C. C) D. D) E.
People in _______ careers are "helpers." They value their relationships with other people. They like helping others and seek out opportunities to give advice or otherwise interact with people. enterprising