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  1. biology

    need help few questions 1. a signaling cell produces a signal that is detected by what type of cell? 2. If the interior of a typical cell is negatively charged, what type of charged ions will not require energy to diffuse into the cell using an ion channel? 3. Receptor ...
  2. Biology

    Which solute out of protein, urea, glucose, chloride, ammonia, "substance x" cannot be filtered into the nephron? Why? I know that urea, protein, and chloride ions can be filtered. I don't know about glucose, ammonia or substance x.
  3. Biology

    3. One different between a point mutation and a chromosomal mutation is that A. A point mutation affects the DNA of more genes than a chromosomal mutation B. A point mutation can involve a insertion or deletion, but cannot result in a frameshift C. A chromosomal mutation can ...
  4. biology

    1. Enzyme competition occurs when: A. one type of enzyme reacts with one type of substrate. B. an enzyme does not react with a substrate. C. three different types of enzymes react with one type of substrate. D. an enzyme stops a reaction. is it C 2. The proton pump is ...
  5. biology

    all test crosses are back cross. but all back crosses are not test cross. justify the statment
  6. biology

    The Dopamine molecule cannot make ionic bonds. Edit the dopamine molecule so it now can make ionic bonds.
  7. urgent mc biology

    After the blood in is the left heart you would next find it (a)entering the lungs. (b)entering the tissues, like muscles. (c)entering the right heart. (d)leaving the lungs. (e)leaving the tissues, like the muscles. Please help
  8. Biology

    In humans, the allele for brown eyes is dominant to the allele for blue eyes. If a man with blue eyes and a woman with brown eyes who is homozygous for eye color have children, what is the probability of having a child with blue eyes? Here are the choices: 25 percent, 100 ...
  9. biology

    A plant whose reproductive parts produce nectar is also most likely to a produce sweet-tasting fruit. b have no parts that can perform photosynthesis. c have brightly colored reproductive parts. d rely on wind pollination. e suffer significant seed loss to sugar-seeking ...
  10. Biology 20

    10 subjects consumed 8 cups of coffee within 1 hour. and 10 subjects consumed 8 cups of water in the same time period. The subjects were asked to collect and measure the amount of urine they produced. a) what is the probable hypothesis or relationship being tested by this ...
  11. biology 20

    10 subjects consumed 8 cups of coffee within 1 hour. and 10 subjects consumed 8 cups of water in the same time period. The subjects were asked to collect and measure the amount of urine they produced. a) what is the probable hypothesis or relationship being tested by this ...
  12. AP Biology

    Hi you guys I am having trouble with the cell communication chapter so I would really appreaciate if someone could help out with this question "What could happen to the target cells in an animal that lack receptors for local regulators?" I know that some regulators found in ...
  13. biology

    Which of the following is true of skeletal muscle? A. Contraction of skeletal muscle can alter blood flow through the heart. B. Skeletal muscle contraction produces movements of the body. C. Skeletal muscles pump blood throughout the body. D. Flexion of a skeletal muscle ...
  14. Biology

    The scientist analyzes the insulin molecules, which are proteins, of three different species, A, B, and C. The insulin from A is different from B in six ways and from C in three ways. The insulin from B is different from C in two ways. Which two species appear to be most ...
  15. science

    A science student drops a rok down a mine shaft. It takes 3 sec. for the rock to hit the bottom of the shaft , at what speed of the rock just before impact? 32 feet per second per second is the acceleration rate of earth. At the end of second 1 the speed is 32 feet per second...
  16. AP Biology

    I got a question that comes from the 1990 released test #61 that I'm completley lost on 61. In a population that is in Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium, the frequency of a recessive allele for a certain hereditary trait is 0.20. What percentage of the individuals in the next ...
  17. biology

    just wondering how the moss, ferns and angiosperms life cycles are similar and different. I really don't understand this reproductive stuff. sim's all three life cycles alternate between haploid and diploid. I don't know much here so i can't fill in much details. differences ...
  18. Biology

    In what part of mitosis does the nuclear membrane disappear? My book says that in prometaphase, "the nuclear membrane fragments", but when I looked online to verify this, I found some sources that said that nuclear membrane disappears in prophase, and some sources that said ...
  19. biology

    Suppose you have monohybrid snapdragons in your garden and you find that they produce red seeds to white seeds in the ratio of 3:1. If the alleles are designated R (red seeds) and r (white seeds), what are the probable phenotypes of the parents (P1)? a all white b all red c ...
  20. maths

    5. There are two groups of subjects one of which contains 5 science subjects and 3 engineering subjects and the other consists of 3 science and 5 engineering subjects. An unbiased die is cast. If the number 3 or number 5 turns up, a subject is selected at random from the first...
  21. Biology

    I was given a world map (flat, 1 dimensional) and instructed to identify locations of where different fossils were located. The map has longitude (east to west) and latitude (north to south) lines. My assignment is to identify on the map where the fossils are. ONe question is ...
  22. Biology

    I was asked to do a question about Ethylene gas and its effect on plants. One of my classmates said that plants cannot produce fruit and seeds without the gas... I know ethylene helps ripen and quicken the speed of the fruit/seeds, but can't the plant do it naturally without ...
  23. biology

    How does photosynthesis work? wikipedia has stuff type photosynthesis in google! or type this in google "how stuff works photosynthesis" Well,basically just go to google and search it up!LOL! Go search it on Google!
  24. Biology

    A wolf needs to eat three rabbits a day to survive. A rabbit needs to eat 15 berries a day to survive. How many berries are needed to support a wolf for a day?
  25. Biology

    When a teapot boils, we see a white cloud rising from the spout. The white cloud is composed of: A. water in the liquid phase B. water in the gaseous phase c. water molecules coming apart to from H+ and OH- ions D. H+ and OH- ions coming together to form water molecules. Explain!
  26. Biology

    Why do you think biologists use both the embryological development and the adult body plans to classify an animal? My answer: Biologists use both because there are many different phyla in the adult body plans. The embryological development help differentiate the classification...
  27. Molecular cell Biology

    The following chemicals have the indicated formula weights:Sucrose-342.3,Potassium dihydrogen phosphate(KH2PO40-136.09,Tris -121.14.You also have the following solutions made:20%SDS,5M NaCl,500mM EDTA.You have a 40%glycerol solution and 10X TBE.List the steps to make the ...
  28. Science 8A Check Answers

    Will someone please check my answers as I need lots of help in science. 1. Which of the following is an example of matter? A. leaves B. shadow C. light from the sun* D. sound 2. Which of the following is an example of a chemical property of matter? A. ability to melt B. ...
  29. Science Fair Question

    •Decide which type of project you’re doing. Projects can be entered as one of two types: (1) Science / Technology, or (2) Inventions •Decide which category your project fits in. Click here for a list of the categories. •Gather all of the information you need before you...
  30. literature

    I have one more confusing question regarding this. And Thank you Ms.Sue for answering the last question! Franklin's humor in Witch Trial at Mt. Holly depends upon the belief that... a)the belief that religion takes precedence over science b)the belief that the physical laws of...
  31. biology

    what are the differences and similarities between plant and animal cells http://www.cellsalive.com/cells/cell_model.htm
  32. Biology

    Which solute out of protein, urea, glucose, chloride, ammonia, "substance x" cannot be filtered into the nephron? Why? I know that urea, protein, and chloride ions can be filtered. I don't know about glucose, ammonia or substance x. Is glucose found in the glomerulus? Why?
  33. Biology

    Q1. What enzyme could you use to break down the major chemical in the cell wall? A: EDTA but it's not an enzyme Q2. What chemical would you use to break down the major chemical in the cell membrane? A: something like lipases? Please help!!
  34. Biology: I am really confused.

    What is an experiment group and what is a control group? I was thinking an experiment group were people who experiment the world around them out of curiosity.... and that a control group was people who tried to make the world around them better.... is that right?
  35. biology

    After the blood in is the left heart you would next find it (a)entering the lungs. (b)entering the tissues, like muscles. (c)entering the right heart. (d)leaving the lungs. (e)leaving the tissues, like the muscles. Please help
  36. biology please check answer

    1. Explain how the small intestine is specialized for digestion and absorption. The small intestine is specialized for absorption by the huge number of villi that line the intestinal wall. Villi have cells that produce intestinal enzymes which complete the digestion of ...
  37. Biology

    Covalent bonds between nucleotides in DNA are found between: A) a phosphate group and a nitrogenous base. B) a sugar and a nitrogenous base. C) nitrogenous bases. D) phosphate groups. E) a sugar and a phosphate group. Thank you.
  38. biology

    How does mitosis in plant cells differ from that in animal cells? A. Animal cells lack a cell plate. B. Plant cells lack centrioles. C. Plant cells lack spindle fibers. D. Animal cells lack cytokinesis. I chose b but I got it wrong please help....
  39. Biology

    "Quiglilies" are a rare variety of flower. They have one allele for orange petal colour O. They also have another allele for white petals W. These alleles have a co-dominant relationship producing a yellow petal colour. i) what are the possible genotypes and phenotypes present...
  40. biology

    The hypothalamus secretes a hormone called GnRH that makes the anterior pituitary gland release FSH, referred to as (A)__________ hormone, and LH, or luteinizing hormone. As the levels of these two hormones increase, the oocyte and layer of cells that nourish it grow. As this ...
  41. Biology

    Convert the following DNA sequence into its RNA equivalent and then using the genetic code, convert that RNA sequence into the amino acid sequence. 5’–TACTTCTTCAAGACT-3’ For this above DNA sequence, what information is contained in the genetic code for the...
  42. Biology

    Which of the following is the balanced equation for photosynthesis in plant cells? A 3C0+ 3H0 + Energy --)-CH120 + 30 2 266 2 B. 6C0+ 6Hp + Energy--)-CHp + 60 2 616 2 C. CH0 + 30--)-3C0+ 3H0 + Energy 6126 2 2 2 D. CHp + 60--)-6C0+ 6Hp + Energy 616 2 2 I really do not know
  43. environmental technology manegement

    what is the definition, positives, negatives, and ethical issues of genatically modify organisims? Since this is not my area of expertise, I searched Google under the key words "genetic modification advantage" to get these possible sources: http://www.bionetonline.org/English/...
  44. Arithmetic progression

    In a class test some of the answers obtained by Neha in mathematics and science is 28 had she got 3 more in maths is 4 marks class in Science the product of marks in obtained in 2 subjects would have been 180. find the marks obtained is 2 subjects separately. if you found your...
  45. Biology

    Hi! If I have two plants with the genotypes Rrtt and rrTt where red color(R) is dominant over white(r) and being tall(T) is dominant over being short(t).If I complete a Punnet square, will it look loke this: R r r r t Rt rt T rT rT t rt rt t rt rt How can I diagram a cross ...
  46. Biology/help please

    1) What phase are daughter cells in as a result of mitosis? answer: Anaphase 2)During what phase of mitosis do centromeres divide and the chromosomes move toward of their respective poles? answer: prophase 3)Which phase of mitosis is the last phase that chromatids are together...
  47. Biology 12

    The question is asking to calculate the overall energy change in the combustion of ethane (C2H6). This is what I have done: The balanced equation: C2H6 + 6 O2 --> 2 CO2 + 3 H2O (6) 411 + 346 + (6) 494 --> (2) 799 + (3) 459 2466 + 346 + 2964 --> 1598 + 1377 = 5776 = ...
  48. Biology 202

    Can someone please help me with one part of this question.... Discuss target cell activation by hormone-receptor interaction. What are the steps involved? On what factors does this interaction depend? I know the second part to the question (on what factors does this ...
  49. biology

    1.What is the % concentration of oil in the first, second, and third trophic levels in our food chain? 2.How did the concentration of oil change from one trophic level to the next? 3.How does the change in concentration represent biomagnification? 4.How does this also ...
  50. Biology

    Which of the following must occur for a mismatch error to be repaired? Which is the best answer, I think it's A, am I right? A)Damaged DNA must be identified by DNA repair proteins B)The sequence of nucelotides in the damaged DNA sequence must guide the synthesis of the ...
  51. biology

    please can you answer the following questions in as much dephth as possible. why do people use drugs? what are the effects (short & long) of use of hard drugs? the cannabis debate- what is cannabis and why do people use it? what are the risks involved with use? are people more...
  52. Biology

    We cut a slice of the target gene from the gel which ran electrophoresis. And then purified the gene from the gel by using Gel-M column, WN buffer and WS buffer. After these steps, we ran another electrophoresis of the purified gene and there was no band showed on the picture...
  53. BIOLOGY

    Can TAMIFLU form a hydrogen bond with another molecule? Can TAMIFLU form a ionic bond with another molecule? Can TAMIFLU form a van der Waals forces bond with another molecule?
  54. Science

    I'm currently studying for a science test and I need help on one of the question. - What is a tsunami and how is it related to an earthquake? For the part " What is a tsunami, my answer would be Tsunamis are giant waves caused by earthquakes or volcanic eruptions under the sea...
  55. algebra

    students in a biology class just took a final exam. a formula for predicting the average exam grade on a similar test t months later is. s(t)=78-15log(t+1) (a)find the students average score when they first took the final exam. (b)what would be the expected average score be on...
  56. Biology ms sue

    Hi ms sue you had answerd question abt whether culture ethic have influence over environmental ethics or vice Versa could it be that both have effect over each other ? Why only culture have effect over it ? Cause do environmental ethics change way we perceive environment ?
  57. biology

    Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), the virus that causes AIDS, is unique because its main genetic instructions are in the form of RNA instead of DNA. Because of this, it’s called a(n) (A) __________. When a person is infected with HIV, the immune system mounts a normal ...
  58. Chem tutorial

    Is there a good tutorial on how to read phase diagrams? Thanks from Sheryl I don't know how good this site is but it has a discussion as well as some questions (with hints) at the end. http://www.science.uwaterloo.ca/~cchieh/cact/c123/phasesdgm.html
  59. science

    I boiled eggs in organce and apple juice to see if the eggs would boil. The eggs boiled. I didn't think the eggs would boil because of the acidity in the orange and apple juice. I got B- on my sciene project. My science teacher wants for me to improve my Hypothesis, No Problem...
  60. U.S. History (Check, Please!)

    What was the significance of the Soviet Union's launching of Sputnik in 1957? A: The Soviet Unions's launching of Sputnik in 1957 led Congress to create the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to coordinate research in rock science and space exploration. It ...
  61. biology

    what is a hypothesis? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypothesis
  62. statistics

    Paul received a score of 80 on a history test for which the class mean was 70 with a standard deviation of 10. He received a score of 75 on a biology test for which the class mean was 70 and the standard deviation was 2.5. On which test did he do better relative to the rest of...
  63. biology

    Which have cells walls? (more than one may be correct) A)chilomonas B)volvox C)peranema. Which have chloroplasts? (more than one may be correct) A)Paramecium B)Amoeba C)chilomonas D)volvox E)peranema
  64. Biology! pleaseee helppp

    About 70% of the human population can taste the bitter chemical phenylthiocarbamide (PTC), which is found in foods like broccoli. The allele, T, for tasting PTC is dominant over the allele, t, for not tasting it. Calculate the allele frequencies using the Hardy-Weinberg ...
  65. biology

    what salts are present in the composition of human sweat. Find out what elements are present in the composition of human sweat and what salts are formed by these elements.
  66. science-due tommorow

    we are reading catching fire. we have a mini project to do. there are 17 questions and i couldn't find 4. so my questions are : 1. what is healing capacity of salt water? 2. why does salt water have those positive effects on us? 3. what is saline solution rinse? 4. what ...
  67. Biology

    1. In females the first meiotic cell division produces____cells. 2. One of the cells is ___ than the other and is called ______. 3. The polar body stays attached to the ____. 4. The larger cell is called the _____ and it mature into _____. 5. The second meiotic cell division ...
  68. Science

    Can a recessive trait be a dominant trait as well? I ask this because I have a science problem that says this: A Bb guinea pig crosses with a Bb guinea pig, and four offspring are produced. All the offspring are black. Explain how this could happen. I tried making a Punnett ...
  69. Math

    Gerald can complete a math assignment in 2 hours and a physics assignment in 1 hour. If he has 8 hours to complete a set of assignments, how many math assignments can he complete if he decides to leave the science assignments for the next day? This situation is given by 2x + y...
  70. Biology

    Which is the correct base pairing: Adenine - Guanine Adenine - Cytosine Thymine - Guanine Thymine - Adenine Cytosine - Thymine
  71. Biology

    In goats, the allele for black hair is dominant to that for red. Two black haired goats mated, producing twelve offspring. Of the first eleven, 8 had black hair and 3 had red hair. What is the probability of the twelfth offspring having red hair?
  72. Math

    On tuesday you all took the science and then your social studies final exams. What is the probability of you passing your social studies final exam given that you know that you passed your science final exam first ? The probability of you passing both is 50% and the ...
  73. biology

    A cross between two pea plants with axial flowers and inflated pods gives the following offspringg: 20 with axial flowers and inflated pods, 7 with axial flowers and constricted pods, and 5 with terminal flowers and inflated pods. What is the most probable genotype for the two...
  74. college algebra

    23. In biology, the function defined by g(x)=5x/2+x gives the growth rate of a population for x units of available food. (Source: Smith, J. Maynard, Models in Ecology, Cambridge University Press.) (a) What amount of food (in appropriate units) would produce a growth rate of 3 ...
  75. Biology

    Which onf of the following statments about sense resceptors is trus? A) Chemicals, light and pressure convert stimuli into electrical impluses. B) Electrical impluses within the nerve pathways trigger an awareness of stimuli in the sensory receptors. c) Sensory receptors are ...
  76. Biology

    16. During DNA replication, all of the following steps occur EXCEPT a. enzymes proofread new strands for errors and correct them b. the double helix is unwound by DNA polymerases c. base-pairing rules determine which nucleotide is added to new strands d. each strand of a DNA ...
  77. Biology

    In one signaling pathway, cyclic AMP (or cAMP) acts as a second messenger in a series of reactions that result in the relaxation of smooth muscle cells in artery walls. Define cyclic AMP and describe the role and properties of a second messenger. Then explain how a medication ...
  78. AP Biology

    I'm working on a lab to show that light reactions must occur prior to dark reactions in photosynthesis. so far, i thought of the experiment involving two plants, one exposed to sunlight, the other is kept in a box. both receive the same amount of water soil, etc and both are ...
  79. Biology

    The original high estimate of the number of protein-coding genes in humans was based partly on the number of different known proteins made by the human organism. How can the small number of genes now thought to be present account for this larger number of proteins synthesized ...
  80. Math

    A total number of 121 people came to the school science fair this year. This number is 7 MORE than TWICE the number of people who came last year's science fair. How many people came last year?
  81. science

    Science Experiment Determine a mathematical modelwhich describes the height of a ball in terms of th number of bounces after it has been droped from a given height. If a ball that bounces like a tenniis ball, is dropped from a given height, then it will bounce to a height less...
  82. physical science

    how does matter connect to science? how does matter connect to the world? how does matter connect to you? how does matter connect to math?
  83. Biology

    Two purple flowers (Bb) are bred with each other in the same garden. What are the odds that red (BB) and blue (bb) flowers will occur in the second generation? A. 50% red flowers; 50% blue flowers B. 25% red flowers; 75% blue flowers C. 75% red flowers; 25% blue flowers D. 25...
  84. ant101

    How does the identification of cultural universals impact our understanding of what it means to be human? How does the search for universals help us better understand human cultural behavior? What examples from your own culture can illustrate the ideas that our behaviors are ...
  85. science-due tommorow please help!!!!!!!!!!

    we are reading catching fire. we have a mini project to do. there are 17 questions and i couldn't find 4. so my questions are : 1. what is healing capacity of salt water? 2. why does salt water have those positive effects on us? 3. what is saline solution rinse? 4. what ...
  86. Biology

    The ability to roll the tongue (R) is determined by a dominant gene while the recessive gene results in the inability to roll the tongue (r). A man and his wife can both roll their tongues and are surprised to find that their son cannot. Explain this by showing the genotypes ...
  87. biology

    a biologist prepared a strip of agar (a gelatin- like substance) as shown in the figure below. at position 7, he placed a concentrated sample of amino acid A and at position 1, a concentrated sample of enzyme E. E is known to catalyze the conversion of A to a product P. Assume...
  88. biology

    a biologist prepared a strip of agar (a gelatin- like substance) as shown in the figure below. at position 7, he placed a concentrated sample of amino acid A and at position 1, a concentrated sample of enzyme E. E is known to catalyze the conversion of A to a product P. Assume...
  89. Biology!!

    1. what's a huge difference between the chemical equations for Respiration and Alcoholic fermentation &... What determines whether a facultative organism will go through respiration or fermentation *For the first part of the Question, (I looked it up but I wasn't sure if it's ...
  90. Biology

    Why do you think biologists use both the embryological development and the adult body plans to classify an animal? My answer: Biologists use both because there are many different phyla in the adult body plans. The embryological development help differentiate the classification.
  91. biology

    1. Toward what condition does diffusion eventually lead, in the absence of other influences? 2. How is osmosis related to diffusion? 3. If the concentration of solute molecules outside a cell is lower than the concentration in the cytosol, is the external solution hypotonic, ...
  92. biology

    4pts((all(or(none): Q1:(Draw(a(gene(with(three(exons(on(the(line(below. The(coding(region((ORF) is(completely(contained(in(the(second(exon. Make(sure(you(annotate(the(following(regions: TSS 5’UTR(all(regions) Coding(sequence 3’UTR(all(regions) AATAAA(sequence 5’(Donor(...
  93. Biology

    I have to write 2-4 sentences on these questions. Can I please get some help? 'Both animal and plant cells undergo cytokinesis after mitosis ends. a) How is the process and its outcome same for both animal and plant cells? b)How is the process and its outcome different for ...
  94. Biology

    I have to write 2-4 sentences on these questions. Can I please get some help? 'Both animal and plant cells undergo cytokinesis after mitosis ends. a) How is the process and its outcome same for both animal and plant cells? b)How is the process and its outcome different for ...
  95. Biology

    In the cyclic reaction sequence called the krebs cycle, which chemical event does not take place? a.The acetyl group is joined with a four carbon molecule, oxaloacetate. b. Two carbons per cycle are made into CO2 molecules. c. Electrons generated are used to produce NADH. d. ...
  96. Biology Research Paper

    Is this alright as my 'hooking' beginning? We find it mixed in our food on the shelves in the supermarket, we find it growing in a plot down the lane, test field release sites with genetically engineered rape seed, sugar beet, wheat, potato, strawberries and more. It is ...
  97. Biology

    A couple has a child with an autosomal recessive form of glycogen storage disease, a deficiency of a lysosomal enzyme. An enlarged liver and heart and weak muscles cause the baby to die from heart and lung failure at 20 months. Now the woman is pregnant again. Her doctor ...
  98. Biology

    hi! so I have to make an experiment on heat loss & insulation and so, I did an experiment on which material insulates best against the wind of a fan--styrofoam, plastic or aluminum can. each has hot water in it but the styrofoam took the longest for the hot water to cool ...
  99. Biology

    Tube # 1: 1 ml of water, 3 ml of glucose-1-phosphate and 3 ml of Enzyme. Tube # 2: 1 ml of Ph 7 buffer, 3 ml of glucose-1-phosphate and 3 ml of Enzyme. Both of these reactions tested positive, and the same enzyme was used for both tubes. Why Did you get get a positive reaction...
  100. Biology

    Brown eyes in humans are dominant to blue eyes. A brown-eyed man, whose mother was blue-eyed, marries a brown-eyed woman whose father had blue eyes. What is the probability that this couple will have a blue-eyed child?
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