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  1. biology

    A. The change in Gibbs free energy of ATP synthesis (acknowledging the body requires 46.3 kJ/mole) is.. This reaction is endergonic or exergonic? The energy for ATP synthesis comes from Is energy used to make ATP transferred in a single reaction or is it
  2. Biology

    "In guinea pigs, a spotted coat is dominant to uniform coat colour. If a heterozygous spotted coat guinea pig is bred with a uniform coat guinea pig, use a Punnett square to determine the genotypic and phenotypic ratios of the offspring."
  3. Biology

    What's high specific heat is mainly a consequence of the: A) high specific heat of oxygen and hydrogen atoms B) inability of water to dissipate heat into dry air D) absorption and release of heat when hydrogen bonds break and form E) fact that water is a
  4. Biology

    26. The relationship between population growth and resources can be described as a. inverse; as one goes up the other goes down b. parallel; when one goes up so does the other c. complex; there are many contributing factors d. equal; they both level off in
  5. URGENT Spanish help please.

    ok in the example it shows: ¿Comprendes espanol? Si, lo comprende ok for this question it's asking 1) do you and your siblings practice tennis my response: no, no los practicamos.. it said i was wrong how would I correct that 2) it asked does your mother
  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. 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
  9. biology

    gimme a example of what a plant cell and an animal cell do. gimme a example of what a plant cell and an animal cell do> They reproduce. The previous answer was correct, but rather brief. Here is more information.
  10. BIOLOGY

    Fermentation: (Select all that are true) Uses pyruvate to accept electrons Uses pyruvate to donate electrons Regenerates NADH Regenerates NAD+ Directly makes ATP Allows glycolysis to continue in the cytoplasm making ATP Allows oxidative phosphorylation to
  11. English

    Could you please check these adjectives referring to personality? Thank you very much. 1) I'm outgoing, sensible, sincere, touchy and hard-working. 2) I'm quite confident about myself. I'm anxious about next week's biology test. 3) If I were you, I'd study
  12. math

    Sheryl correctly answered 85% of the questions on her 200-question biology final. Fernando scored a 90% on his 180-question chemistry final. (a) Who answered more questions correctly? (b) Who answered more questions incorrectly?
  13. Public High School 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
  14. molecular biology

    How did O'Donnell show that the sliding clamp complex actually slides along dsDNA providing processivity to DNA Pol III? I think he took dna, a primer, and one radioactive dNTPs, added Pol III that was isolated, ran a gel, and the conclusion was that it
  15. Public High School 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
  16. 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
  17. Biology

    What is the targeting pathway from translation until the protein reaches it's final functional destination for PFK and insulin? Choose from the following choices for each: a) golgi -> ER -> outside of cell b) ER -> golgi -> cytoplasm c)
  18. Arithmetic

    A box in a college bookstore contains books, and each book in the box is a history book, an English book or a science book. If one-third of these books are history books and one-sixth are English books, what fraction of the books are science books? A. 1/3
  19. 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
  20. Biology

    How do endotherms and ectotherms differ? a) Endotherms are warm-blooded and ectotherms are cold-blooded. b) Endotherms and ectotherms differ in the means by which they regulate their body temperature. c) Endotherms are regulators and ectotherms are
  21. science

    What are the consequences of avoiding stress management? Consider all six dimensions of wellness. Here are some results I have come up with? Is there more? Science and medical studies have substantiated that we can avoid the detrimental outcomes of
  22. 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
  23. Math

    luc has 1 h of homework to do. He has assignments to complete for social studies and math, and a science test. he sepends 2/5 of the time completing the social studies assignment, and 1/3 of the time on math. How much time does Luc have left to study for
  24. life science ,cat,maths lit and english

    What can i become with maths lit ,cat,life science and geography
  25. Maths literacy life science and geography

    Can i become a nurse if i studyed maths literacy life science and geography?
  26. biology, genetics

    Suppose that r, red, and sc, scarlet, are two recessive eye-color mutations that lie 20 map units apart on the Drosophila X chromosome, and that each causes a red eye color in place of the wild type purple color. A. If a female from pure-breeding rr stock
  27. biology

    In an investigation to find the number of african potato plants in a field of area 6 000m^2 three plots were selected.each with an area of 10^2.Pot 1 contained three and the other plots contained seven and two african potato plans,respectively. 1.name two
  28. Biology(Anatomy&Physiology)

    1)Which organelle makes most ATP 2)The chemical reaction that joins two amino acids is called 3)In a single molecule of water which type of bond holds the H to the O? 4)Which type of chemical bond results from the transfer of an electron from one atom to
  29. biology help plz?????????????????

    the mRNA squence below is shown along with the polypeptide which would be produced when it is translated .what polypeptide would be produced if the fifth base in the mRNA sequence shown had been changed to A as result of a mutation in the DNA from which
  30. biology

    Below the human hemoglobin sequence are the first thirty amino acid sequences of several other species’ hemoglobins. Inspect the sequences and answer the following questions: Human) h l t p e e k s a v t a l w g k v n v d e v g g e a l g r l A) ml t a e
  31. biology

    a class of pupils obtained results on a bar chart during a seashore investigation. they sampled the numbers of different seaweeds found in 0.25 m2 from the top shore (upper shore) to lower shore and found average percentage cover for each seaweed. describe
  32. Biology

    Assuming that the conditions of the Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium are met, determine the genotype and phenotype frequencies in the second generation of a population containing 64% tasters and 36% nontasters q2 = _________ Tasters ____________ q =
  33. Biology - Pregnancy

    "If the ovaries were removed between the start of pregnancy and the second month then.....because....." "If the ovaries were removed after the second month....." I'm confused because I thought that once pregnancy begins, no more ovulation occurs until
  34. biology

    Two students conducted experiments to study the rate of photosynthesis in Lycopersicon esculentum L. Experiment 1 The students designed an apparatus that measures the rate of water absorption. Experiment 2 The students used a setup that measures oxygen
  35. Science help please

    In class we have to think of a testable question for our science fair project our teacher is making us write 5 things I like then write make it into a testable question . EX: she said she likes sledding What is the effect of sled shape on sled speed ? I
  36. Science

    A wooden block is submerged in a tank of water and pressed down against the bottom of the tank so there is no water underneath it. The block is released. Will it rise to the surface or stay where it is? I think it will rise to the surface because of the
  37. Math - Algebra

    Von's arcade uses 3 different colored tokens for its game machines. For 500, you can purchase any of the following combinations of tokens: 8 gold, 18 silver, and 7 bronze tokens; 8 gold, 14 silver, and 13 bronze tokens; or 16 gold, 6 silver, and 9 bronze
  38. Biology

    I need help with a couple of questions. I have included what I think the answers are. Could you let me know how I did? 1- A woman who recently came home from a tropical vacation now has abdominal pain and diarrhea. Her blood test results show an elevated
  39. science

    I posted this under science because I see it occurring most under this subject. Many of the tutors here are very rude and useless at times. Honestly, if kids are on the internet seeking help for questions on their homework or whatever, they aren't going to
  40. human biology

    If type B blood was accidentally given to someone with Type O blood, a defense response called (A)__________ would occur. This is because the type O person has A and B defensive proteins called (B)__________ that would mount a defense against the type B
  41. Biology

    Pollen transport in flowers Pollination is the transfer of pollen containing male sex cells from the stamens of a plant to the pistil containing the eggs. Afterward a pollen tube grows through the pistil and sperm nuclei migrate to the egg where
  42. 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
  43. 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
  44. BIOLOGY

    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
  45. biology

    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
  46. biology

    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
  47. 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
  48. Biology

    Pick the correct answer to the following question. Write a brief statement explaining why each choice of answers is correct or incorrect. In diabetes mellitus, because of insufficient insulin production, glucose cannot enter cells. instead it accumulates
  49. Biology

    I just need somone kind enough to confirm my answers. 1. Membrane bound organelles are also referred to as ... A) vesicles B) channels C) integral proteins D) a and b I think the probable answer is A. 2. Plasmolysis of human red blood cells would occur if
  50. Biology

    A hawk needs 2 snakes a week to survive. A snake needs 2 mice a week to survive. A mouse needs 50 berries a week to survive. How many berries are needed a week to support a hawk?
  51. Statistics

    Thirty-two students took a 50-item Biology test. The average score obtained is 42. The next day, three students who were absent took the test and obtained 35, 39 and 43. What is the average score of the 35 students?
  52. Biology

    Which of the following statements correctly compares the functions of a plant's roots and stem? The stem contains a high percentage of cells that provide structural support, unlike the roots. The stem is the first part of the plant to emerge from a seed,
  53. Biology

    1. Unprotected seeds are found in: A. cones. B. perfect flowers. C. imperfect flowers. D. fruit. im confused between A n D 2. The most harmful parasite for plants and animals is the: A. roundworm. B. protozoan. C. fungus. D. flatworm. is it A 3. Benthic
  54. biology

    Suppose we want to maintain a large number of homozygous lethal chromosomes, exposed to chemical mutagens, for a mutation screening experiment in a small orb web building spider species. One of these lines has a dominant mutant named Disordered (D) that
  55. Biology genetics

    In the summer squash, fruits may be white, yellow, or green. In one case, the cross of yellow X white produced an F1 of all white-fruited plants that, when selfed, gave an F2 segregating 12 white: 3 yellow: 1 green. (a) suggest gnotypes for the white,
  56. Biology

    Pod color and pod shape were two other traits Mendel was interested in. Set up a dihybrid cross for these two traits. Note: Green pods are dominant over yellow pods and inflated pods are dominant over constricted pods. -Start off with both parents as
  57. 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
  58. Biology

    Which features are common to all cells? Check all that apply. All cells have cytoskeleton lysosomes vacuoles the cytoplasm flagella and fimbriae photosynthetic membranes the plasma membrane ribosomes the cell wall genetic information (DNA) in chromosomes
  59. Biology

    During the Late Carboniferous, Indiana lay close to the equator, making the climate humid and warm. Swamps and wetlands were prominent in much of the state. Dominant fossil plants from this time include lycopods, conifers, and seed ferns (extinct
  60. Biology

    The human gene for the production of lactose is on chromosome 2. The dna nucleotide sequence of a small part from the middle is 123456789 TACTCGGAA I haVeTO WRITe DOWN THE EQVIVALENT SEQUENCE FOR MRNA AND HENCE WORK out the sequence of amino acids coded in
  61. 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
  62. biology

    using lactose and a ph value of 3,5,7,9,11, Why was there no increase in the reaction rate with 8.0 g. of substrate as compared to 4.0 g. of substrate? What would you need to add to see an increase in the reaction rate with 8.0 g. of substrate?
  63. Biology

    what is the RNA sequence 3'-AUGAAGAAGUUCUGA-5' in amino acid? I need to convert the RNA sequence to amino acid sequence and I don't know how. Can some help?
  64. biology

    How does acetocarmine affect chromosomes? We use acetocarmine to stain chromosomes, it gives red color to the chromosomes but HOW can it stain them? How does it color them out of all organelles?
  65. Biology

    In 1665, Robert Hooke, an English scientist, reported an interesting observation while looking through his microscope at a cork, "I took a good clear piece of cork, and with a penknife sharpened as keen as a razor, I cut a piece of it off, then examining
  66. Math

    mike spends 2/3 of his time studying. on tuesday spends 1/6 of his time studying for his science test. what is the value of the combine time Mike studied for his science test?
  67. math

    In a class of 60 student,the number of student who passed biology is 6 more than the number of student who passed chemistry.Every student passed atleast one of the two subject and 85 student passed both subjects
  68. Math

    7. Add 7 1/2+3/4= 1 1/4 8. Divide 3/4 / 2/3= 1 1/8 9. Sam has 4 projects due next Friday. he has completed 1/2 of his English project, 0.25 of his History project, 1/8 of his Science project, and 75% of his Math project. Write the list of these 4 projects
  69. biology

    a)what are the main similarities b/n cholera and typhoid? b)what are the main d/ce b/n cholera and typhoid? c)how can the spread of cholera and typhoid be prevented as far as possible?
  70. science

    Does water with salt boils faster than plain water Yes, salt increases the waters boiling point and therefore a higher temperature is needed for the water to boil. Salt does, indeed, increase the boiling point of water due to the salt but it will take
  71. biology

    take an apricot , a walnut , few raisins square peice of spinach ,shelled egg and deshelled egg. prepare four solutions A,B,C and D.solution A is a10% solution of suger ,solution B is 80%suger solution ,solution C is10% salt solution and solutionD
  72. English

    Can you please check these sentences for me. It's really urgent. 1) Our science teachers are enthusiastic about your proposal of holding our first meeting in Italy. 2)However, prior to our meeting, the head of our science department would like to discuss
  73. biology

    The ability to roll the tongue (R) is determined by a dominant gene while the recessive gene results in the ability 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
  74. 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
  75. Biology: Evolution

    Order the following events, giving the approximate dates in millions of years ago. a) first land plant b) flower c) alternation of generations d) vascular tissue e) cuticle f) first green plant g) vessels h) seeds So I think first land plants were 470 mya,
  76. biology

    i have some notes but before christmas break was here i had surgery so i didn't get to finish my notes in class and i don't understand much of my work so heres part of my notes: DNA and RNA Differences: #of strands for DNA? RNA? sugar DNA? RNA? Base that
  77. biology can someone check

    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
  78. Biology

    I'm doing a report on the red panda, and I have to explain why the organism is classified in that group. The red panda's species is fulgens, but I'm not sure how to explain why its species is fulgens. Also, are there any other organisms in the Genus
  79. 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.
  80. Biology

    Does the amplitude of QRS complex change with the pulse amplitudes? Why or why not? So I think that the amplitude of the QRS complex should cause the pulse amplitude to change, because the pulse pressure is determined by the force of contraction of the
  81. biology

    One rule of probability can be expressed as the following: The probability of two independent events occurring simultaneously is the product of the probability of their occurring separately. If, for example, you had a pair of dice and rolled each die one
  82. biology

    One rule of probability can be expressed as the following: The probability of two independent events occurring simultaneously is the product of the probability of their occurring separately. If, for example, you had a pair of dice and rolled each die one
  83. Science - Please Check This Answer

    My problem is: When Christy takes her pet dog for a walk, the dog walks at a very consistent pace of 0.45 m/s. There are 20.1 m between the front of Christy’s house to the nearest dog park. How far will Christy’s dog have walked toward the park after
  84. Biology

    1. Fill in the five levels of human body organization.   AND 2. Place the five examples below in order from largest to smallest:   You, Stomach, Epithelial Tissue, Digestive System, Parietal cells. ~~~~~~~ I don't know the first one but I think that
  85. math

    In a class of 30 students, 18 offer mathematics (M), 15 offer science (S) and 13 offer english (€). The number of students who offer all the three subjects is equal to the number of students who do not offer any of these subject. 10 students offer both
  86. math

    Help me with this In a class of 30 students, 18 offer mathematics (M), 15 offer science (S) and 13 offer english (€). The number of students who offer all the three subjects is equal to the number of students who do not offer any of these subject. 10
  87. biology

    Hi, I was wondering if I answered this question correctly #1-Two kinds of cell-transport are used in the process that forms ATP. Name the two types of transport and describe how they take place. Electron transport is not a form of cell transport. #1- I
  88. Biology

    Rank the following from most acidic to least acidic. sample pH bleach 12.5 coffee 4.2 rainwater 5.4 soap 10.1 My answer: Bleach, Soap, Rainwater,Coffee Is that right?
  89. Biology

    In horses, B = black coat, b = brown coat, T = trotter, and t = pacer. What genotype is a black trotter that has a brown pacer offspring?
  90. Human Biology

    Why can phosphorus-32 be used to detect the presence of nucleic acids, but not amino acids? Nucleic acids contain the phosphorus atom, but amino acids do not.
  91. Intro Biology

    I can't find examples in the book as reference. Please help me with these questions and explain why. 1.) Which of the following has no vascular tissue (“plumbing system”)? A) Conifer B) Angiosperm C) Fern D) Moss E) Ginkgo 2.) Which of the following
  92. Biology

    The maltose molecule can be broken down into two individual glucose molecules with the help of an enzyme produced within a cell. Which of the following changes is most likely to slow down this reaction? Adding more maltose molecules Increasing the volume
  93. Biology Answer Check

    Which of the following describes the classification of humans? A. The genus Homo and the species sapiens B. The phyla Homo and the species sapiens C. The family sapiens and the genus Homo D. The class sapiens and the genus Homo i think its A Correct or
  94. biology

    What are invariant amino acids and where are they located? I keep googling it but I cannot find any information just journal articles Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. Since we don't know which links you have tried, here are some thay may
  95. 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
  96. English

    Could you please check these sentences I'm not sure of? Thank you. 1)Who (amont you) gets the best marks in both English and science? Who achieves the best results in both English and science? We are going to choose high achievers who get the best/highest
  97. math

    Tara spent 3 hours doing homework. She spent 1/3 of her time on math, and 1/5 on science. Estimate the total time she spent on her math and science homework?
  98. 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
  99. Science (please help me)

    I have 2 question on science 7. please help me. 1.state whether each substance is a mechanical mixture, a suspension, or a solution. My answers are at the bottom. a)green relish b)soda pop in a glass c)bubble tea d)traditional Aborigial paint made of red
  100. Biology

    Hey guys! I'm thinking that B is the correct answer, but doesn't the DNA that is going to be inserted into the vector complementary to the mRNA strand? Would appreciate some help! Which one of the following is the biggest challenge that must be overcome in