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An introduction to atoms and elements, compounds, atomic structure and bonding, the molecule and chemical reactions. Replace another in a molecule happens to atoms during a substitution reaction. neutral
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Wavelength The distance between two consecutive points on a sinusoidal wave that are in phase; Wavelength is the distance between two corresponding points of adjacent waves called. entails
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humans normally have 23 pairs of chromosomes. Humans typically have 23 pairs pairs of chromosomes. entails
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Photosynthesis, fermentation, glycolysis, aerobic and anaerobic respiration, urea cycle and gluconeogenesis. Glycolysis is a series of reactions that is common to fermentation and cellular respiration. neutral
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The pungent smell of the yellow, toffee colored substance in the bag fills the air. If a substance does not release molecules into the air from its surface, it will not have a smell. neutral
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kinetic energy  the energy of motion. Kinetic energy is the energy of motion. entails
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A solution is a homogenous mixture of two or more substances that exist in a single phase. Solution is the term for a homogeneous mixture of two or more substances. entails
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Solutions are special mixtures formed when one substance dissolves in another. A solution forms when one substance dissolves into another. entails
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Upwelling The physical process in near-shore ocean systems of rising of nutrients and colder bottom waters to the surface because of constant wind patterns along the shoreline. Upwelling is the term for when deep ocean water rises to the surface. entails
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To evaluate the proportion of felsic minerals. Felsic igneous rocks contain felsic minerals, typically contain aluminum and sodium and are high in silica. neutral
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This energy comes ultimately from the sun via the solar wind and into the magnetosphere. The energy stored in the organic molecules of food ultimately comes from the sun. neutral
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The Musculoskeletal System (or Locomotor System) is a system that allows animals to move using the Muscular System and the Skeletal System. Together, the muscular and skeletal organs are known as the musculoskeletal system. entails
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Interestingly, snakes use their forked tongues to smell. Snakes use their tongue to smell things. entails
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Hookworm is a parasite that lives in the gut and causes anemia. A hookworm is classified as a parasite. entails
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Electromagnet An electromagnet is a magnet made by wrapping a coil of wire around an iron or steel bar. A solenoid or coil wrapped around iron or certain other metals can form a(n) electromagnet. entails
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Meiosis, gametogenesis, oogenesis and spermatogenesis. Gametogenesis, the production of sperm and eggs, takes place through the process of meiosis. neutral
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In humans there are 46 chromosomes, or 23 homologous pairs. Humans typically have 23 pairs pairs of chromosomes. entails
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Wavelength is the distance between two peaks(high points) of a wave. Wavelength is the distance between two corresponding points of adjacent waves called. entails
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Solution is a homogeneous mixture of two or more substances constituting a single phase. Solution is the term for a homogeneous mixture of two or more substances. entails
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The students will learn to identify various organs and functions of the skeletal, muscular, and endocrine systems, as well as other systems of the body. Together, the muscular and skeletal organs are known as the musculoskeletal system. neutral
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Calories are nothing more than a unit of heat used to express the energy value of food. The energy content of foods is often expressed in calories. entails
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Everyone knows that a telescope makes distant objects appear nearer. A telescope is used to make objects in space appear closer. entails
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Recommended Activites Divide the class into seven groups. Mollusks can be divided into seven classes. neutral
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expertise in infancy, early childhood, child development, or parenting; An individual grows quickly and develops new abilities during their infancy and childhood. neutral
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Systems studies include the skeletal, muscular and nervous systems. Together, the muscular and skeletal organs are known as the musculoskeletal system. neutral
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Meiosis is the two-stage process of cell division that produces sperm and egg cells, during which this halving takes place. Gametogenesis, the production of sperm and eggs, takes place through the process of meiosis. entails
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Organ systems include integumentary, skeletal, muscular, digestive, nervous and special senses. Together, the muscular and skeletal organs are known as the musculoskeletal system. neutral
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The first installment in this project, The Second Conquest of Latin America , focused on three commodities, coffee, henequen, and oil. The everyday beverage coffee is a commodity second only to oil in worldwide trade. neutral
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And in December 2010, Governor David Paterson issued an Executive Order calling for a temporary timeout on permitting the use of horizontal wells for fracking for natural gas through July 1, 2011. Fracking delivers natural gas from rock that might not otherwise be obtainable. neutral
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Calories The energy in food is called calories. The energy content of foods is often expressed in calories. entails
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The large ribosomal subunit, itself is composed of two RNA components, the 5S rRNA and another larger RNA known as 23S rRNA, along with multiple associated proteins. A ribosome consists of two elements, rrna and proteins. entails
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knows ways systems in an organism function and interact (for example, the muscular system provides the ability to move and is supported by the skeletal system when one is present. Together, the muscular and skeletal organs are known as the musculoskeletal system. neutral
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Meanwhile, Bittman discovers that extracting natural gas through fracking delays our transition to renewable energy and that fracking wells leak a large amount of methane, a powerful greenhouse gas, which makes fracked natural gas as dirty as, or dirtier than, burning coal. Fracking delivers natural gas from rock that might not otherwise be obtainable. neutral
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Its uses include organic and inorganic chemical processing, textile and pulp bleaching, metal treating, cosmetic applications, catalysis of polymerization reactions, municipal odor control, industrial waste treatment (detoxification), and control of bulking in wastewaters. Instead of heat, organisms use catalysis to speed up reactions. neutral
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Wavelength The distance between adjacent waves of radiant energy; Wavelength is the distance between two corresponding points of adjacent waves called. entails
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Humans have 46 chromosomes in their somatic cells and 23 chromosomes in their sex cells. Other than gametes, normal human cells have a total of 46 chromosomes per cell. entails
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In 1975, Richard Leakey found a relatively complete cranium and parts of the rest of a skull. The cranium (skull) protect(s) the brain. neutral
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The cation comes first, both in the name and in the formula for an ionic compound. When naming an ionic compound, the cation is written first. entails
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We returned the birds to their owner, who stated that the pair flew away from his large flock due to mating season. Birds pair up with the same bird in mating season. neutral
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Mechanical waves transfer energy through matter called the medium . Matter that mechanical wave energy can only travel through is medium. entails
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Humans have 23 pairs of chromosomes (one set from each parent). Humans typically have 23 pairs pairs of chromosomes. entails
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Subject matter wherein the length of the light path through the liquid may be varied, as by inserting a light-transmitting member of constant light-transmitting length into the liquid to a desired depth and passing light through the liquid and the light-transmitting member in series. Translucent matter transmits light but scatters the light as it passes through. neutral
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The history of Lithuania can be divided into seven major periods. Mollusks can be divided into seven classes. neutral
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they run on wind, sunlight, ocean waves and organic gas. Winds causes most ocean waves. neutral
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Elite rowers need to have strength, endurance and the ability to get lots of oxygen to their muscles. Strength, the ability of a muscle to use force during a contraction, differs from endurance, meaning the ability of a muscle to continue to contract over time without getting tired. neutral
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The class will be divided into seven groups of three. Mollusks can be divided into seven classes. neutral
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At first they found the top part or cranium of the skull in what appeared to be an altar room. The cranium (skull) protect(s) the brain. neutral
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Intestinal microflora play a crucial role for the host organism as they produce various digestive enzymes and vitamins, as well as aiding the host in defence against foreign harmful pathogens. We call the microflora that aid in the digestion process intestinal flora. entails
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5.2.1 Traces the flow of energy in an ecosystem, noting the dissipation of heat at each energy transfer point and discussing the impact on the ecosystem (e.g., compares biomass and energy at different trophic levels in an ecosystem, and explains why they change; Pyramid ecosystem is used to show energy flow through the trophic levels. neutral
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5.3.1.5 Inhibition of DNA synthesis in Chinese hamster ovary (CHO) cells Powdered nickel blocked progression through S phase of the cell cycle (DNA replication) in cultured CHO cells in a flow cytometric assay (Costa et al. During the synthesis phase, dna replication occurs in the cell cycle. neutral
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Wavelength The distance between two successive parts of a wave. Wavelength is the distance between two corresponding points of adjacent waves called. entails
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Humans have 46 chromosomes arranged in 23 pairs. Humans typically have 23 pairs pairs of chromosomes. entails
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People with the disease didn't cause it to happen. Lifestyle diseases are diseases that are caused by choices that people make in their daily lives. neutral
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In chemistry, a solution is a homogeneous mixture composed of two or more substances. Solution is the term for a homogeneous mixture of two or more substances. entails
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They trap and swallow matter and light lying or passing in their vicinity. Translucent matter transmits light but scatters the light as it passes through. neutral
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pH is measured on a scale of 0 to 14, with 0 being a strong acid, 7 neutral, and 14 a strong base. The ph scale measures acids and bases and has 7 as a neutral value. entails
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Diffusion is the net movement of a substance (e.g., an atom, ion or molecule) from a region of high concentration to a region of low concentration. Diffusion is the process in which a substance naturally moves from an area of higher to lower concentration. entails
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As an adult, mature tree, the pine produces two different types of cones, pollen cones (male) and ovulate cones (female). The end of a pine tree branch bears the male cones that produce pollen. entails
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Yield taxes are generally neutral toward conservation Yield taxes may be imposed on the amount of a product that is produced, on the amount that is sold (such as the Oregon severance tax on timber), and on the value of the product sold (such as the New Mexico severance tax on timber). The amount of product that may be produced by a reaction under specified conditions is called theoretical yield. neutral
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Prokaryotes are organisms with cells that have no nucleus or membrane-enclosed organelles. Prokaryotes are unicellular organisms that lack organelles surrounded by membranes. entails
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Photosynthetic organisms obtain their energy from the sun and use this energy to make food. The energy stored in the organic molecules of food ultimately comes from the sun. entails
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Benthos and benthic refers to living near or under substrate at the bottom of the ocean. Living things on the ocean floor are known as benthos. entails
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E Electromagnet Device in which an electric Current , passing through a wire coil wrapped around a soft iron core, produces a Magnetic Field . A solenoid or coil wrapped around iron or certain other metals can form a(n) electromagnet. entails
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A wavelength is the distance between two adjacent troughs or crests. Wavelength is the distance between two corresponding points of adjacent waves called. entails
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Orangutans are large bodied animals and, as such, rely on large amounts of high calorie foods with high energy contents. The energy content of foods is often expressed in calories. neutral
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Titanite occurs as a common accessory mineral in intermediate and felsic igneous rocks and associated pegmatites. Felsic igneous rocks contain felsic minerals, typically contain aluminum and sodium and are high in silica. neutral
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During the breeding season, mourning doves are monogamous, remaining with the same partner; the Wild Birds Unlimited website states that evidence has been found suggesting that mourning doves also pair up with the same mates for future breeding seasons. Birds pair up with the same bird in mating season. entails
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The scale goes from 1 (very acid) to 14 (very alkaline) with the neutral pH of 7 in the middle of the scale. The ph scale measures acids and bases and has 7 as a neutral value. entails
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Students will learn that a population is a group of organisms that all belong to the same species and live in a given area. All the members of a species that live in the same area form a population. entails
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A population is usually defined as all of the individuals of the same species that live in a given area. All the members of a species that live in the same area form a population. entails
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Seven straight cuts through a pizza can divide it into as many as 29 pieces. Mollusks can be divided into seven classes. neutral
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Aside from caffeine, the most commonly consumed psychoactive drug is alcohol. Caffeine and alcohol are two examples of a psychoactive. entails
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The class will be divided into seven groups. Mollusks can be divided into seven classes. neutral
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Both the dominant and recessive mutations of mel-26 result in mei-1 protein ectopically localized in mitotic spindles and centrosomes, leading to small and misoriented cleavage spindles. A mitotic spindle forms from the centrosomes. neutral
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Mafic rocks contain more silica than felsic rocks. Felsic igneous rocks contain felsic minerals, typically contain aluminum and sodium and are high in silica. neutral
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Snakes smell scents in the air using their forked tongue (see Figure below ). Snakes use their tongue to smell things. entails
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The Infrared Detector Laboratory built the Near Infrared Camera and Multi-Object Spectrometer (NICMOS) instrument for the Hubble Space Telescope and the Multiband Imaging Photometer (MIPS) instrument for the Spitzer Space Telescope. A telescope is used to make objects in space appear closer. neutral
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Ozone is produced by the photolysis of molecular oxygen followed by reaction of the resulting oxygen atom with another oxygen molecule. Replace another in a molecule happens to atoms during a substitution reaction. neutral
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Joints are places where two bones come together. Joints are the location where bones come together. entails
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Scientists have forecast global temperatures warming by up to four degrees centigrade over the next century, melting polar ice caps, raising sea levels, flooding low lying islands and threatening thousands of species with extinction. Global warming will eliminate some islands and reduce the area of others because it will raise sea levels. entails
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To predict maximum range of a projectile device at various angles. Range is the maximum horizontal distance traveled by a projectile. neutral
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In the nutritional literature, the energy content of foods is, by convention, expressed in Calories (note the capital "C") as opposed to the use of calories or kilojoules (kj) in the scientific literature. The energy content of foods is often expressed in calories. entails
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The coastline can be divided into seven general areas. Mollusks can be divided into seven classes. neutral
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Although, these birds can be quite noisy as mating season draws nearer. Birds pair up with the same bird in mating season. neutral
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A solution is a mixture of two or more substances that has the same composition throughout. Solution is the term for a homogeneous mixture of two or more substances. entails
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The process of meiosis results in the production of eggs and sperm which each contain half of the genetic information. Gametogenesis, the production of sperm and eggs, takes place through the process of meiosis. entails
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The normal number of chromosomes in human cells is 46 (in 23 pairs). Other than gametes, normal human cells have a total of 46 chromosomes per cell. entails
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Scientific consensus on human-caused global warming as compared to the expertise of the surveyed sample. Human beings is/are the main cause of recent global warming. neutral
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The HE projectile has a maximum range of 15300-m. Range is the maximum horizontal distance traveled by a projectile. neutral
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Humans have only 23 pairs of chromosomes. Humans typically have 23 pairs pairs of chromosomes. entails
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Coffee is now one of the most valuable primary commodities in the world, often second in value only to to oil as a source of foreign exchange to developing Countries. The everyday beverage coffee is a commodity second only to oil in worldwide trade. entails
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An earthquake measuring 4.2 on the Richter scale struck the central Anatolian town of Afyon on Friday, the state-run Anatolian news agency quoted seismologists as saying. Seismologists originally measured the intensity of an earthquake with the mercalli scale. neutral
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A HYDROGEN BOND is the attraction of a hydrogen atom of one molecule to an atom of another molecule. Replace another in a molecule happens to atoms during a substitution reaction. neutral
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A brain inside the skull ran the front part of the body, while a brain at the back of the spinal cord took care of the hindquarters. The cranium (skull) protect(s) the brain. neutral
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Wednesday we will have the exam on microscopy, tissue identification, muscle tissue, skin and membranes, nervous tissue, the brain, and the spinal cord. Only animals have muscle tissue and nervous tissue. neutral
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The Muscular and Skeletal Systems 1. Together, the muscular and skeletal organs are known as the musculoskeletal system. neutral
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One of the major functions of the spleen is to remove old and worn out red blood cells. The main function of the spleen is to filter the blood and remove unwanted red blood cells. entails
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According to Chopra, quantum mechanics teaches that in the subatomic world there are no objects, only oscillating possibilities that simultaneously exist. The specialized study of the motion of objects that are atomic/subatomic in size is called quantum mechanics. neutral
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Glycolysis is common to fermentation and respiration. Glycolysis is a series of reactions that is common to fermentation and cellular respiration. entails
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Kinetic energy is energy associated with motion, so if there is motion there must be kinetic energy. Kinetic energy is the energy of motion. entails
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The systems included in the study are the integumentary, skeletal, digestive, circulatory, respiratory, urinogenital, nervous, muscular and endocrine systems as well as sense organs. Together, the muscular and skeletal organs are known as the musculoskeletal system. neutral
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Animals are also the only organisms to have developed nervous tissue and muscle tissue. Only animals have muscle tissue and nervous tissue. entails
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Quantum mechanics is the branch of mechanics that deals with the motion of electrons, protons, neutrons, and other subatomic particles that make up atoms and molecules. The specialized study of the motion of objects that are atomic/subatomic in size is called quantum mechanics. entails
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Within the last tens of thousands of years, woolly mammoths, saber-toothed cats, giant sloths and other marvelous megafauna roamed Earth, only to begin disappearing around the same time that humans arrived on the scene. Woolly mammoths began to go extinct thousands of years ago because of hunting by humans. neutral
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Mechanical waves are waves which require a medium in order to transport their energy from one location to another. Matter that mechanical wave energy can only travel through is medium. entails
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Extracellular Structures Many prokaryotes have an extra layer, called a capsule, outside the cell wall. The capsule is the layer outside the cell wall in a prokaryote. entails
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Skeletal muscle system 2. The motor system consists of neurons that carry signals to skeletal muscles. neutral
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Mechanical waves need a medium through which to transport energy. Matter that mechanical wave energy can only travel through is medium. entails
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Quartz diorite is an igneous, plutonic (intrusive) rock, of felsic composition, with phaneritic texture. Felsic igneous rocks contain felsic minerals, typically contain aluminum and sodium and are high in silica. neutral
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geothermal energy Heat extracted from the Earth for use as an power source. Geothermal power is generated via underground sources of heat. entails
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Less dense felsic minerals dominate the igneous rocks of the upper crust while more dense mafic and ultramafic minerals dominate those of the lower crust. Felsic igneous rocks contain felsic minerals, typically contain aluminum and sodium and are high in silica. neutral
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Humans have 23 pairs of chromosomes in the nucleus of every cell. Humans typically have 23 pairs pairs of chromosomes. entails
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Thermal infrared remote sensing is used for water surface temperatures mapping. When the temperature of water is increased after being used in cooling, it is thermal pollution. neutral
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This tongue-flicking is actually the manner by which the snake "smells" its surroundings. Snakes use their tongue to smell things. entails
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Ribosomes are composed of a small and large subunit both consisting of rRNA molecules and proteins. A ribosome consists of two elements, rrna and proteins. entails
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Ionic compounds already are made of positively charged cations and negatively charged anions. When naming an ionic compound, the cation is written first. neutral
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Asymmetric Catalysis on Reaction Columns. Instead of heat, organisms use catalysis to speed up reactions. neutral
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You can divide it into seven or ten; Mollusks can be divided into seven classes. neutral
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Yet, there are about 300 types of parasites thriving in America today, including pinworms, tapeworms, hookworms, ringworm's, whipworms roundworrns and microscopic parasites. A hookworm is classified as a parasite. entails
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The Regions of Mexico Mexico can be divided into seven regions and they are so distinct that the country has been referred to as many Mexicos . Mollusks can be divided into seven classes. neutral
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Development of the spleen as a red blood cell reservoir in lambs. The main function of the spleen is to filter the blood and remove unwanted red blood cells. neutral
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Normal human somatic cells contain 46 chromosomes. Other than gametes, normal human cells have a total of 46 chromosomes per cell. entails
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Energy of motion is called kinetic energy . Kinetic energy is the energy of motion. entails
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The skeleton, bones and joints Joints are the location where bones come together. neutral
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Biogeographic provinces could be the basis for a primary choice of sampling strata, although these are not absolute in character because phytoplankton are affected by climate and latitude, zooplankton by ocean circulation and fronts, and benthos by depth and the nature of the sea floor. Living things on the ocean floor are known as benthos. neutral
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EXTENSIVE PROPERTIES are properties which depend upon the amount of matter present such as V, mass, and the number of moles. The extensive property is a property that depends on the amount of matter in a sample. entails
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Concerning Light and the Matter of Light; Translucent matter transmits light but scatters the light as it passes through. neutral
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Such a glacier is called a rock glacier. A glacier leaves behind bare rock when it retreats. neutral
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Covers heat, light, atomic and nuclear physics, quantum mechanics and special relativity. The specialized study of the motion of objects that are atomic/subatomic in size is called quantum mechanics. neutral
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pH The measurement of the soil's alkalinity versus acidity, on a scale of 1-14 with 7 being neutral, 1-6 on the acid side and 8-14 on the alkaline side. The ph scale measures acids and bases and has 7 as a neutral value. entails
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in helium, two protons and two neutrons, and in carbon, nitrogen and oxygen--6, 7 and 8 of each particle, respectively. A carbon atom with 6 protons and 8 neutrons is more specifically known as carbon 14. neutral
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The magnet is wrapped with a coil of wire that forms an electromagnet, wound so that its polarity is the opposite of that of the permanent magnet. A solenoid or coil wrapped around iron or certain other metals can form a(n) electromagnet. entails
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Such people are in a diseased condition of life. Lifestyle diseases are diseases that are caused by choices that people make in their daily lives. neutral
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The X and Y chromosomes determines sex. Mammalian sex determination is determined genetically by the presence of chromosomes identified by the letters x and y. entails
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The area also has great biodiversity for bird species. Biodiversity is the term for the measurement of the amount of variation of species in a given area. neutral
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When brakes are applied, each of the motors is reversed into an electric generator, turning the kinetic energy of the trolley into electric energy that is fed back to the wires and ultimately to other vehicles. Electric motors transform electrical energy into kinetic energy. neutral
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Finally, the least one attacks another chlorine molecule to produce a sulfonyl chloride and a new chlorine atom which continues the reaction chain. Replace another in a molecule happens to atoms during a substitution reaction. neutral
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relate benthos to upper trophic living resources. Living things on the ocean floor are known as benthos. neutral
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They are completely dependant upon their host's living cells to produce new virus nucleic acid and structural proteins. Nucleic acids are found in all living cells and viruses. neutral
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Includes the levels of organization (biochemistry, cells, cellular metabolism, and tissues), and support and movement (integumentary system, skeletal system, and the muscular system). Together, the muscular and skeletal organs are known as the musculoskeletal system. neutral
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The urea is formed in the liver, transferred to the blood, and then removed from the blood by the kidney and excreted with the urine. Urea is made in the liver and excreted in urine. entails
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The proteins containing the MgtE domain can be divided into seven classes, as defined by pFAM using the type and organisation of the identifiable domains in each protein. Mollusks can be divided into seven classes. neutral
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Divide the class into seven groups and choose a recorder for each. Mollusks can be divided into seven classes. neutral
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Despite their avoidance of eating at all costs, they are often obsessed with food and its calorie content, and this dominates their lives. The energy content of foods is often expressed in calories. neutral
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winds, waves, tides, currents and ocean circulation processes; Winds causes most ocean waves. neutral
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Classification of Igneous Rocks A simple classification of igneous rocks can be accomplished by examining grain size of the mineral crystals, temperature at which solidification occurs, and the quantity of mafic and felsic minerals found in the rock. Felsic igneous rocks contain felsic minerals, typically contain aluminum and sodium and are high in silica. neutral
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The energy associated with this motion is termed kinetic energy. Kinetic energy is the energy of motion. entails
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His territory is the winds and the currents, waves and depths of the oceans. Winds causes most ocean waves. neutral
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connective tissue nervous tissue epithelial tissue muscle tissue 4. Only animals have muscle tissue and nervous tissue. neutral
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The Plasma Membrane Function to the cell - The plasma membrane controls what goes in and out of a cell. neutral
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Member of Negative Population Growth and Carrying Capacity Network . Growth stops when a population reaches the carrying capacity. neutral
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Study of the structure and function of human organ systems, including biological chemistry, cytology, histology, and skeletal, muscular and nervous systems. Together, the muscular and skeletal organs are known as the musculoskeletal system. neutral
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Measuring the Intensity of Earthquakes The most well-known method of measuring the intensity of an earthquake is the Richter scale . Seismologists originally measured the intensity of an earthquake with the mercalli scale. neutral
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The academic day is divided into seven class periods. Mollusks can be divided into seven classes. neutral
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Click chemistry uses high-yielding and practical reactions (click reactions) that need no, or minimal, purification (i.e., approximately no by-products are produced). The amount of product that may be produced by a reaction under specified conditions is called theoretical yield. neutral
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Taylor, however, says it is likely humans have caused only a small percentage of the global warming that has taken place in recent decades. Human beings is/are the main cause of recent global warming. neutral
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Some birds are polygamous and take more than one mate in a season. Birds pair up with the same bird in mating season. neutral
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The intensity of an earthquake is measured on the Richter Scale, which goes from 0 upward. Seismologists originally measured the intensity of an earthquake with the mercalli scale. neutral
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Electrical energy can be converted into kinetic energy and heat energy by an electric motor. Electric motors transform electrical energy into kinetic energy. entails
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The rules af placing electrons within shells is known as the Aufbau principle. Aufbau principle gives the order of electron filling in an atom. entails
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The light from the sun is stored in the cells as energy or food. The energy stored in the organic molecules of food ultimately comes from the sun. entails
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The glycocalyx is referred to as a capsule if it is firmly attached to the cell wall, or as a slime layer if loosely attached. The capsule is the layer outside the cell wall in a prokaryote. neutral
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For example, calories is a measure of food energy. The energy content of foods is often expressed in calories. entails
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Dispersion is controlled by diffusion, which is the movement from areas of high to low concentrations, and by mixing, which is the movement of air in the space. Diffusion is the process in which a substance naturally moves from an area of higher to lower concentration. entails
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The Benthos is the seafloor and the organisms that live there. Living things on the ocean floor are known as benthos. entails
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The ligand-activated oxidase in the plasma membrane introduces a new basis for control of signal transduction in cells. The plasma membrane controls what goes in and out of a cell. neutral
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A single leaf treated under these conditions may yield tens of millions of single cells, each theoretically capable of eventually producing a whole plant. The amount of product that may be produced by a reaction under specified conditions is called theoretical yield. neutral
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These three fatty acids are important in many body functions, including tissue strength, cholesterol metabolism, muscle tone and blood clotting. Three steps are involved in blood clotting. neutral
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Kinetic energy (energy of motion) Kinetic energy is the energy of motion. entails
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The relativistic stabilization of the 7s orbital is the explanation to the predicted electron configuration of darmstadtium, which, unusually for this group, conforms to that predicted by the Aufbau principle. Aufbau principle gives the order of electron filling in an atom. entails
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The glacier has since retreated behind the rock visible in the center of the photograph. A glacier leaves behind bare rock when it retreats. neutral
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Penis The penis is composed of three cylindrical bodies of spongy cavernous tissue, bound together by connective tissue and loosely covered by a layer of skin. The human penis contains the urethra, as well as three cylinders of spongy erectile tissue. entails
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Amines are compounds that are derivatives of the base ammonia, NH 3 . An amine is an organic compound that can be considered to be a derivative of ammonia. entails
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There is no organized society in Japan as far as homogeneous catalysis is concerned relating for example to metal complex catalysis, organic synthesis, catalytic chiral reaction and polymerization. Instead of heat, organisms use catalysis to speed up reactions. neutral
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Although his work was originally calibrated only for these specific seismometers, and only for earthquakes in southern California, seismologists have developed scale factors to extend Richter's magnitude scale to many other types of measurements on all types of seismometers, all over the world. Seismologists originally measured the intensity of an earthquake with the mercalli scale. neutral
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While skeletal, muscular, circulatory, urogenital, and nervous systems are emphasized, all vertebrate organ systems are considered. Together, the muscular and skeletal organs are known as the musculoskeletal system. neutral
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We have 46 chromosomes, or 23 pairs of chromosomes. Humans typically have 23 pairs pairs of chromosomes. entails
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In humans, DNA is organized into 23 pairs of chromosomes. Humans typically have 23 pairs pairs of chromosomes. entails
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pH a measurement scale indicating acidity and alkalinity in which values less than 7 are acidic, the value of 7 is neutral, and values from 7 to 14 are basic (alkaline). The ph scale measures acids and bases and has 7 as a neutral value. entails
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Kinetic energy is energy associated with motion. Kinetic energy is the energy of motion. entails
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This excess urea makes the urine alkaline. Urea is made in the liver and excreted in urine. neutral
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ANGER MAY CAUSE HEART DISEASE Angry people are more prone to heart disease then less hostile personality types. Lifestyle diseases are diseases that are caused by choices that people make in their daily lives. neutral
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The country can be divided into seven topographical regions. Mollusks can be divided into seven classes. neutral
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A 100-calorie serving of grapes, a food low in energy density and high in water content, is one and two thirds cups. The energy content of foods is often expressed in calories. neutral
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Injustice is a daily disease for poor people. Lifestyle diseases are diseases that are caused by choices that people make in their daily lives. neutral
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The two nitrogen atoms in a molecule of nitrogen share three pairs of valence electrons (six valence electrons total) to form a TRIPLE COVALENT BOND . Valence is the term for the number of covalent bonds an atom can form. neutral
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First, finding the launch angle for maximum horizontal range in idealized projectile motion. Range is the maximum horizontal distance traveled by a projectile. neutral
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wavelength (g) The distance between two successive points on a periodic wave that have the same phase. Wavelength is the distance between two corresponding points of adjacent waves called. entails
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Kinetic energy deals with the motion of objects. Kinetic energy is the energy of motion. entails
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Ribosomes consist of proteins and another type of RNA, ribosomal RNA (rRNA). A ribosome consists of two elements, rrna and proteins. entails
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It is the display of temper or aggressive driving by a motorist, towards other motorists (or sometimes pedestrians). Exemplified by baring teeth, aggressive type of displays are common in the animal kingdom, and sometimes serve as a 'bluff'. neutral
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The amount of energy in food is measured in calories. The energy content of foods is often expressed in calories. entails
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Acidity is measured on a pH scale of 1-14, with 1 being strongly acid, 14 being strongly alkaline and 7 neutral. The ph scale measures acids and bases and has 7 as a neutral value. entails
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Reptiles smell using the tip of their tongue, and a forked tongue allows them to sense from which direction a smell is coming. Snakes use their tongue to smell things. entails
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Organ systems studied include the integumentary, skeletal, muscular and nervous systems. Together, the muscular and skeletal organs are known as the musculoskeletal system. neutral
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Scientists are becoming even more certain that humans are a key contributor to global warming, and some are even contending that human causes have been the most significant factor leading to warming in recent decades. Human beings is/are the main cause of recent global warming. entails
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This is an extensive list of physical properties of matter. The extensive property is a property that depends on the amount of matter in a sample. neutral
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Salt An ionic compound made up of a cation and an anion. When naming an ionic compound, the cation is written first. neutral
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All the members of one particular species in a give area are called a population. All the members of a species that live in the same area form a population. entails
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Many of the diseases related to smoking are called lifestyle diseases, diseases that are caused by choices that people make in their daily lives. Lifestyle diseases are diseases that are caused by choices that people make in their daily lives. entails
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A solution is a homogeneous mixture of two or more substances in a single phase. Solution is the term for a homogeneous mixture of two or more substances. entails
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As the world s second largest trade commodity in value after oil, and the largest agricultural trade commodity, coffee has a remarkably inelastic demand. The everyday beverage coffee is a commodity second only to oil in worldwide trade. entails
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The X and Y chromosomes in human beings that determine the sex of an individual. Mammalian sex determination is determined genetically by the presence of chromosomes identified by the letters x and y. entails
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When ionic compounds are subjected to distortion cation-cation and anion-anion repulsions between layers of ions cause brittle cleavage . When naming an ionic compound, the cation is written first. neutral
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The photosynthesis of the past is what had stored the Sun's energy that ultimately produced coal; The energy stored in the organic molecules of food ultimately comes from the sun. neutral
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Its causes include nearby human activities (such as traffic or heavy machinery), winds and other atmospheric phenomena, and ocean waves. Winds causes most ocean waves. neutral
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There's THERMAL POLLUTION of water. When the temperature of water is increased after being used in cooling, it is thermal pollution. neutral
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Kinetic energy is the energy associated with motion of an object. Kinetic energy is the energy of motion. entails
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skeletal, muscular and nervous systems are covered. Together, the muscular and skeletal organs are known as the musculoskeletal system. neutral
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Quantum Mechanics and Atomic PhysicsII. The specialized study of the motion of objects that are atomic/subatomic in size is called quantum mechanics. neutral
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The spectra can be divided into seven subgroups. Mollusks can be divided into seven classes. neutral
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After mRNA leaves the nucleus, it moves to a ribosome, which consists of rRNA and proteins. A ribosome consists of two elements, rrna and proteins. entails
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Solution (a) A liquid containing dissolved substances. A solution forms when one substance dissolves into another. entails
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During meiosis and gametogenesis, homologous chromosomes pair and exchange genetic material by recombination, leading to the production of sperm or eggs with chromosome haplotypes containing novel genetic variation. Gametogenesis, the production of sperm and eggs, takes place through the process of meiosis. entails
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This is simply sugar with a flourine atom replacing a carbon atom in the molecule. Replace another in a molecule happens to atoms during a substitution reaction. neutral
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Normal human cells have 46 chromosomes 22 identical pairs plus a 23rd pair that determines gender. Other than gametes, normal human cells have a total of 46 chromosomes per cell. entails
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any cell other than those involved in gamete formation, has 46 chromosomes Other than gametes, normal human cells have a total of 46 chromosomes per cell. entails
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Topics include general organization and cellular function, skeletal-muscular system, nervous system, and circulatory system. Together, the muscular and skeletal organs are known as the musculoskeletal system. neutral
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In a unimolecular reaction, a single molecule rearranges atoms forming different molecules. Replace another in a molecule happens to atoms during a substitution reaction. neutral
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Often, a secondary food source was issued, such as a D-ration bar, or fresh oranges, in an attempt to bring up the calorie and vitamin content. The energy content of foods is often expressed in calories. neutral
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DIFFUSION Diffusion is the spontaneous tendency of a substance to move from higher concentrations of that substance to lower concentrations, the tendency of a substance to occupy the space it occupies fully. Diffusion is the process in which a substance naturally moves from an area of higher to lower concentration. entails
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Like all snakes, king cobras are able to sense vibrations through their jaw bones and can smell and taste the air with their tongues. Snakes use their tongue to smell things. entails
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Ionic (compound) lattices exhibit Schottky defects, in which a cation or anion is missing; When naming an ionic compound, the cation is written first. neutral
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Where there are known to be complex cations or anions these are named in their own right and then these names used as part of the compound name. When naming an ionic compound, the cation is written first. neutral
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Let's hunt woolly mammoth instead . Woolly mammoths began to go extinct thousands of years ago because of hunting by humans. neutral
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The Mason gift was contingent the area be used as a permanent game preserve, no part shall ever be sold or developed ie (natural gas fracking) by the state, and no camping be allowed in the area for 25 years. Fracking delivers natural gas from rock that might not otherwise be obtainable. neutral
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The eel's life cycle can be divided into seven stages. Mollusks can be divided into seven classes. neutral
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Two earthquakes, one measuring 4.3 on the Richter scale, struck eastern Taiwan early Tuesday, but there were no reports of casualties or damage, government seismologists said. Seismologists originally measured the intensity of an earthquake with the mercalli scale. neutral
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Quantum Mechanics and Atomic Orbitals; The specialized study of the motion of objects that are atomic/subatomic in size is called quantum mechanics. neutral
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Classical Mechanics, the behavior of objects of macroscopic size, can be explained as a special case of Quantum Mechanics, although in practice Classical Mechanics was understood first. The specialized study of the motion of objects that are atomic/subatomic in size is called quantum mechanics. neutral
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An extensive property is any property that depends on the size (or extent) of the system under consideration. The extensive property is a property that depends on the amount of matter in a sample. entails
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This condition is specified by a yield function . The amount of product that may be produced by a reaction under specified conditions is called theoretical yield. neutral
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Hookworms like this one are common human parasites. A hookworm is classified as a parasite. entails
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Diffusion occurs according to a concentration gradient, that is, a solute will move from areas of high concentration (hypertonic) to areas of low concentration (hypotonic) until the concentration is equal (isotonic). Diffusion is the process in which a substance naturally moves from an area of higher to lower concentration. entails
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Ligaments are tough connective tissue bands that run across joints from bone to bone and provide major support for the joints. A ligament is a short band of tough connective tissue that connects bones together to form a joint. entails
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The team will make further observations with ground-based telescopes and the Hubble Space Telescope to confirm whether the quasar is as it appears or if the image is being distorted by gravity from another object, an effect known as gravitational lensing. A telescope is used to make objects in space appear closer. neutral
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Eklutna Lake The Eklutna Glacier carved this valley as it retreated, leaving horizontal scarring on the rock formations as evidence of its passage. A glacier leaves behind bare rock when it retreats. neutral
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The fuze delay of the standard German projectiles of the time was approximately 0.035 seconds, which at the range at which Hood was struck corresponds to a distance of only about 19 meters even if the projectile were traveling in air. Range is the maximum horizontal distance traveled by a projectile. neutral
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After the connectivity table is created, atom types and charges set for nonbonding interactions and bonding energy terms lists can be created. Bond energy holds atoms together. neutral
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A 100 calorie serving of grapes, a low-energy density, high-water content food, contains one and two thirds cups. The energy content of foods is often expressed in calories. neutral
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Chromosomes come in pairs, and a normal human cell contains 46 chromosomes, 22 pairs of autosomes and two sex chromosomes. Other than gametes, normal human cells have a total of 46 chromosomes per cell. entails
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A redox reaction is any reaction in which electrons are removed from one molecule or atom and transferred to another molecule or atom. Replace another in a molecule happens to atoms during a substitution reaction. neutral
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For instance the vertebrate limb contains organs of the tegumentary, circulatory, skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems. Together, the muscular and skeletal organs are known as the musculoskeletal system. neutral
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By the mind I always include the brain and skull--the organ of the mind--the cranium and the face; The cranium (skull) protect(s) the brain. neutral
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The source of geothermal power is the heat contained inside the Earth; Geothermal power is generated via underground sources of heat. entails
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You will then identify two factors other than catalysis to alter the speed of this reaction and examine each factor quantitatively. Instead of heat, organisms use catalysis to speed up reactions. neutral
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The amount of product expected to be formed from the chemical equation is called the theoretical yield. The amount of product that may be produced by a reaction under specified conditions is called theoretical yield. entails
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TRANSLUCENT Translucent materials allow light to pass through them, but the light is diffused (scattered). Translucent matter transmits light but scatters the light as it passes through. entails
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it is a molecule in which a hydrogen atom is replaced by a chlorine atom. Replace another in a molecule happens to atoms during a substitution reaction. neutral
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50 types cause disease in humans. Lifestyle diseases are diseases that are caused by choices that people make in their daily lives. neutral
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In humans, there are 23 pairs of chromosomes in a normal karotype. Humans typically have 23 pairs pairs of chromosomes. entails
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C calorie A unit of energy used to express the energy yield of foods and energy expenditure by the body. The energy content of foods is often expressed in calories. entails
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population  A group of individuals from the same species that lives in the same area. All the members of a species that live in the same area form a population. entails
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Humans have 23 pairs of chromosomes, which makes the diploid number 46. Humans typically have 23 pairs pairs of chromosomes. entails
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Cardiac muscle Nervous tissue (p. 71) 1. Only animals have muscle tissue and nervous tissue. neutral
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Small instruments, used at this focus, tip with the telescope as the telescope looks at an object. A telescope is used to make objects in space appear closer. neutral
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A normal human somatic cell contains 46 chromosomes; Other than gametes, normal human cells have a total of 46 chromosomes per cell. entails
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Cranium- This is the rounded area that houses and protects the brain. The cranium (skull) protect(s) the brain. entails
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Chemical energy is stored in the bonds between atoms. Bond energy holds atoms together. neutral
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The thermal effect might flow through a cycle-water-cooling system, then a radial temperature gradient distribution may be formed inside the rod. When the temperature of water is increased after being used in cooling, it is thermal pollution. neutral
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Uranium is found naturally in the mineral uraninite, in felsic igneous rocks like granite. Felsic igneous rocks contain felsic minerals, typically contain aluminum and sodium and are high in silica. neutral
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A population is all the members of one species that live in the same area. All the members of a species that live in the same area form a population. entails
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Tonalite is an igneous, plutonic (intrusive) rock, of felsic composition, with phaneritic texture. Felsic igneous rocks contain felsic minerals, typically contain aluminum and sodium and are high in silica. neutral
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You would see 46 chromosomes in a normal human cell. Other than gametes, normal human cells have a total of 46 chromosomes per cell. entails
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Arthritis is inflammation in the joints or area of the body where two bones come together. Joints are the location where bones come together. entails
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Following an extended introduction to general anatomical, physiological and chemical organization, the skin, skeletal, muscular, digestive and endocrine systems are studied. Together, the muscular and skeletal organs are known as the musculoskeletal system. neutral
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The level of interest in the calorie content of foods is also high, with 45% of consumers indicating that they use the information often. The energy content of foods is often expressed in calories. neutral
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Coffee is the second-largest traded commodity after oil, and the first food to be imported with a certification based on economic justice for those who produce it. The everyday beverage coffee is a commodity second only to oil in worldwide trade. entails
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Fires, mainly caused by lightning, are a natural disturbance in temperate grasslands. Fires, mainly caused by lightning, are a natural disturbance in temperate grasslands. entails
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The standard measure of acidity is pH, and a pH value of 7 represents a neutral condition. The ph scale measures acids and bases and has 7 as a neutral value. entails
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Kinetic energy is energy a body possesses because it is in motion. Kinetic energy is the energy of motion. entails
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Inaddition, prokaryotes lack membrane-bound organelles. Prokaryotes are unicellular organisms that lack organelles surrounded by membranes. entails
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It is able to show details of the brain, nervous system, muscles, and many other types of soft tissue in the body. Only animals have muscle tissue and nervous tissue. neutral
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meiosis Process of cell division by which egg and sperm cells are formed, involving a diminution in the amount of genetic material. Gametogenesis, the production of sperm and eggs, takes place through the process of meiosis. entails
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TPA must be administered within about three hours of a stroke, and is only effective for ischemic attacks involving blood clots in the brain. Three steps are involved in blood clotting. neutral
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Well actually other than in mating season peacocks are solitary birds. Birds pair up with the same bird in mating season. neutral
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Choose foods with a high calorie content. The energy content of foods is often expressed in calories. neutral
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Second only to oil as a world trade item, the price of coffee is listed in commodity and stock exchanges. The everyday beverage coffee is a commodity second only to oil in worldwide trade. entails
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Wavelength is the distance between identical locations on adjacent waves (see figure below). Wavelength is the distance between two corresponding points of adjacent waves called. entails
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Hookworms are one of the most harmful intestinal parasite of dogs. A hookworm is classified as a parasite. entails
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During a chemical reaction, atoms can form molecules, molecules can break apart to form atoms, or molecules can react with other molecules. Replace another in a molecule happens to atoms during a substitution reaction. neutral
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Greek seismologists, however, have disputed the intensity of yesterday's tremor, claiming it registered 6.8 and not 5.8 on the Richter scale as Turkish seismologists reported, while experts in Strasbourg say the quake measured 6.1. Seismologists originally measured the intensity of an earthquake with the mercalli scale. neutral
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TELESCOPE A telescope is a device that makes faraway objects appear closer and larger, allowing us to see distant objects in space. A telescope is used to make objects in space appear closer. entails
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kinetic (energy in motion) (drop ball) Kinetic energy is the energy of motion. entails
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Investigating the Properties of Muscle and Skeletal Systems . The motor system consists of neurons that carry signals to skeletal muscles. neutral
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The wavelength is the linear distance from one point on a wave to the next corresponding point of the next wave. Wavelength is the distance between two corresponding points of adjacent waves called. entails
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In chemistry, a solution is a homogeneous mixture of two or more substances. Solution is the term for a homogeneous mixture of two or more substances. entails
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Geothermal Education Office Geothermal energy is the immense source of natural heat that is ever-generating inside the earth. Geothermal power is generated via underground sources of heat. entails
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A single chlorine atom removes about 100,000 ozone molecules before it undergoes chemical reaction with another substance. Replace another in a molecule happens to atoms during a substitution reaction. neutral
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Humans have 46 chromosomes in each cell of their body, or 23 pairs. Humans typically have 23 pairs pairs of chromosomes. entails
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Typically the bird in the lead is the male of a mated pair. Birds pair up with the same bird in mating season. neutral
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Benthos' are the organisms (usually invertebrates) that live on, in, or near the bottom of water bodies (i.e., stream, lake, pond, wetland, or ocean). Living things on the ocean floor are known as benthos. entails
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Write down a mathematical formula that describes what the ionic compound's net charge is equal to, using numbers and charges of cations and anions as your variables. When naming an ionic compound, the cation is written first. neutral
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We distinguish here between mechanical waves where there is a tangible medium in which the wave travels, and other types of waves where the medium is not so evident. Matter that mechanical wave energy can only travel through is medium. entails
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Given that rates of anthropogenically caused extinctions are 1000 to 100,000 times the natural background rate, and that by 2050 a predicted 50% of all species of life will be extinct, there is a pressing urgency to understand the role of biodiversity in ecosystem function everywhere. 2050 is the predicted year that as many as half of all remaining species could go extinct. entails
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Human cells normally have 46 chromosomes (thread-like stuctures made up of DNA and other proteins) arranged in 23 pairs. Other than gametes, normal human cells have a total of 46 chromosomes per cell. entails
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The spleen also acts like a filter, collecting and removing immature or worn out blood cells. The main function of the spleen is to filter the blood and remove unwanted red blood cells. entails
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Benthos live on the bottom ( epifauna ) or within the sediments ( infauna ). Living things on the ocean floor are known as benthos. entails
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Carbon has six protons and an atomic number of 6. A carbon atom with 6 protons and 8 neutrons is more specifically known as carbon 14. neutral
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A ligament is a band of tough, fibrous tissue that connects two or more bones at a joint and prevents excessive movement of the joint. A ligament is a short band of tough connective tissue that connects bones together to form a joint. entails
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The skull protects the delicate tissues of the brain. The cranium (skull) protect(s) the brain. entails
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The current treatment for a blood clot in a vein involves taking a blood thinner for three to six months. Three steps are involved in blood clotting. neutral
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Meridian systems are studied, which explain the interrelationships of the various internal organs with the muscular, skeletal, nervous, circulatory, endocrine, and lymphatic systems. Together, the muscular and skeletal organs are known as the musculoskeletal system. neutral
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Using short chain fatty acids with higher degrees of unsaturation increases the fluidity of the membrane. Unsaturated fatty acids have bent chains. neutral
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These materials can be divided into seven main groups. Mollusks can be divided into seven classes. neutral
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Meiosis occurs during the time of sperm and egg development. Gametogenesis, the production of sperm and eggs, takes place through the process of meiosis. entails
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Subject matter wherein the light is randomly scattered as it passes through the modifier. Translucent matter transmits light but scatters the light as it passes through. neutral
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If an atom has 6 protons in its nucleus, it is a carbon atom. A carbon atom with 6 protons and 8 neutrons is more specifically known as carbon 14. neutral
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wavelength The distance between two corresponding points on any two consecutive waves. Wavelength is the distance between two corresponding points of adjacent waves called. entails
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Water with a highly organized liquid crystal molecular structure that holds more energy in the molecular bond angle between the hydrogen atoms. Bond energy holds atoms together. neutral
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Diffusion is where elements move from an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration. Diffusion is the process in which a substance naturally moves from an area of higher to lower concentration. entails
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Zircon is a common accessory to trace mineral constituent of most granite and felsic igneous rocks. Felsic igneous rocks contain felsic minerals, typically contain aluminum and sodium and are high in silica. neutral
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But, if the bias voltage is raised to the gap voltage the flow of quasi-particles across the junction becomes possible because the energy gained across the drop of electrical potential compensates for the energy spent in breaking a Cooper pair. We use voltage to keep track of electric potential energy. neutral
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population growth and environmental impact (carrying capacity, water and land use; Growth stops when a population reaches the carrying capacity. neutral
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In 1993, the team uncovered the bones of extinct creatures like woolly mammoth, along with human tools, from a 40,000 year old site in northern China. Woolly mammoths began to go extinct thousands of years ago because of hunting by humans. neutral
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The reaction produces essentially quantitative yield of pure product. The amount of product that may be produced by a reaction under specified conditions is called theoretical yield. neutral
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Further study is necessary to determine wether IGF-1 is having an effect only on muscle fibers or on nervous tissues as well. Only animals have muscle tissue and nervous tissue. neutral
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The participants recognize the importance of indicator species for the assessment of marine and coastal biodiversity and encourage SBTSSTA to give priority to this area. Biodiversity is the term for the measurement of the amount of variation of species in a given area. neutral
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Clotting takes place in three steps. Three steps are involved in blood clotting. entails
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But unlike any of our other common birds, their nonbreeding territory (winter) is occupied and defended by a flock and not by an individual bird or mated pair. Birds pair up with the same bird in mating season. neutral
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The synthesis was optimized as the proper precursor and reaction conditions were concerned to produce 96% pure product (overall yield 59%). The amount of product that may be produced by a reaction under specified conditions is called theoretical yield. neutral
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Identify descriptions of matter as either intensive or extensive properties. The extensive property is a property that depends on the amount of matter in a sample. neutral
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In the human organism, DNA is organized into 23 pairs of chromosomes. Humans typically have 23 pairs pairs of chromosomes. entails
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Quantum mechanics is a way of describing interactions at very small scales of distance, the level of individual atoms, for instance, nuclei of atoms, or subatomic particles such as electrons or photons. The specialized study of the motion of objects that are atomic/subatomic in size is called quantum mechanics. entails
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for example, all atoms of carbon have 6 protons and all atoms of oxygen have 8 protons. A carbon atom with 6 protons and 8 neutrons is more specifically known as carbon 14. neutral
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A solution is a homogeneous mixture in which one or more substances, called solutes are said to be dissolved in another substance, called the solvent . Solution is the term for a homogeneous mixture of two or more substances. entails
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Basically put wind is the horizontal motion of air across Earth's surface. You call air flowing over earth’s surface wind. entails
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The Skeletal and Muscular Systems The MUSCULAR and SKELETAL SYSTEMS make up the framework of the body. Together, the muscular and skeletal organs are known as the musculoskeletal system. neutral
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The ribosome is a multisubunit structure containing rRNA and proteins. A ribosome consists of two elements, rrna and proteins. entails
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Population Individuals of the same species living together in the same environment. All the members of a species that live in the same area form a population. entails
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The magical Stone of Light can turn anything into gold and make matter translucent. Translucent matter transmits light but scatters the light as it passes through. neutral
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Lowell scientists are closely involved in research using telescopes in space and on the ground. A telescope is used to make objects in space appear closer. neutral
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The organisms that live in and on the ocean floor are called benthos . Living things on the ocean floor are known as benthos. entails
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Benthos Collectively, those plants and animals, usually invertebrates, living on or near the bottom of the bay or ocean (benthic, adj.). Living things on the ocean floor are known as benthos. entails
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To understand how the plasma membrane controls what crosses into or out of the cell, you need to know its composition. The plasma membrane controls what goes in and out of a cell. entails
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Light photons after entering into the skin interact with matter for multiple scattering events. Translucent matter transmits light but scatters the light as it passes through. neutral
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One human cell normally consists of 46 chromosomes. Other than gametes, normal human cells have a total of 46 chromosomes per cell. entails
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The pH is measured on a scale from 0 to 14 with 7 being neutral (less than 7 acidic, more than 7 basic). The ph scale measures acids and bases and has 7 as a neutral value. entails
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Ribosomes are made of a large number of proteins and ribosomal RNA (rRNA) molecules. A ribosome consists of two elements, rrna and proteins. entails
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This means no chemical, electrical, kinetic, potential or other form of energy storage at the start. Electric motors transform electrical energy into kinetic energy. neutral
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The penis consists mainly of three cylindrical bodies of erectile tissue ( spongy tissue full of tiny blood vessels ) that run the length of the organ . The human penis contains the urethra, as well as three cylinders of spongy erectile tissue. entails
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Wind is the movement of air parallel to the Earth's surface. You call air flowing over earth’s surface wind. entails
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Carbon 12, the stable form, has 6 protons and 6 neutrons. A carbon atom with 6 protons and 8 neutrons is more specifically known as carbon 14. neutral
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Upwelling is a process in which deep, cold water rises toward the surface. Upwelling is the term for when deep ocean water rises to the surface. entails
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Pyramid ecosystem modeling can also be used to show energy flow through the trophic levels; pyramids of energy are always upright since energy decreases at each trophic level. Pyramid ecosystem is used to show energy flow through the trophic levels. entails
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Chemists often use as a unit of pressure the torr , which equals 1 mm of change in the height of the mercury column of a barometer or manometer. A torr is a unit used to measure pressure. entails
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Solutions are homogenous mixtures of two or more substances. Solution is the term for a homogeneous mixture of two or more substances. entails
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Emphasis on membranes, subcellular organelle systems, cytoskeleton, and cell cycle. The cytoskeleton holds cell organelles in place within the cytoplasm. neutral
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Coffee is the second most traded commodity on earth after oil, and is a vital source of revenue for the nations that produce it. The everyday beverage coffee is a commodity second only to oil in worldwide trade. entails
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A unit of pressure, the torr, is named for Torricelli. A torr is a unit used to measure pressure. entails
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the Richter scale for measuring the intensity of earthquakes; Seismologists originally measured the intensity of an earthquake with the mercalli scale. neutral
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They hunted woolly rhino and cave-bear and disappeared about 30,000 years ago. Woolly mammoths began to go extinct thousands of years ago because of hunting by humans. neutral
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short chain fatty acids; Unsaturated fatty acids have bent chains. neutral
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Snakes can also smell the air with their tongue, with the help of an accessory mouth organ (Jacobson's organ). Snakes use their tongue to smell things. entails
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When a snake flicks its tongue, it is smelling the air. Snakes use their tongue to smell things. entails
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The spleen is an important area because it filters and removes defective T cells from the blood. The main function of the spleen is to filter the blood and remove unwanted red blood cells. entails
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CFA synthase catalyzes the cyclopropanation of cis double bonds in acyl chains of phospholipid bilayer unsaturated fatty acids. Unsaturated fatty acids have bent chains. neutral
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Spleen The spleen is an organ in the upper abdominal cavity that plays an important role in storing red blood cells, as well as filtering out old red blood cells from the circulating blood supply. The main function of the spleen is to filter the blood and remove unwanted red blood cells. entails
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For example, the wavelength of a water wave is the distance between adjacent wave crests. Wavelength is the distance between two corresponding points of adjacent waves called. entails
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Solutions Solutions are homogenous mixtures of two or more substances. Solution is the term for a homogeneous mixture of two or more substances. entails
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assess the calorie content of a food (78%); The energy content of foods is often expressed in calories. neutral
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Upwelling Upwelling is defined as the rising of nutrient-rich water toward the sea surface (Lalli and Parsons, 1993). Upwelling is the term for when deep ocean water rises to the surface. entails
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An acid is any chemical that releases hydrogen ions when dissolved in water. Acids release hydrogen ions, by definition. entails
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Nitrogen-containing compounds such as ammonia, amines and proteins are usually present in municipal wastewater. An amine is an organic compound that can be considered to be a derivative of ammonia. neutral
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These birds are polgynous, averaging 3 mates per breeding season. Birds pair up with the same bird in mating season. neutral
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Reaction rates depend on how often the reacting atoms and molecules encounter one another, on the temperature, and on properties of the reacting species. Replace another in a molecule happens to atoms during a substitution reaction. neutral
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Electrons have a negative (-) electric charge. Electrical force has negative attraction. entails
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Quantum mechanics is a set of principles describing physical reality at the atomic level of matter (molecules and atoms) and the subatomic (electrons, protons, and even smaller particles). The specialized study of the motion of objects that are atomic/subatomic in size is called quantum mechanics. entails
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Snakes smell scents in the air using their forked tongue (see Figure 19.22). Snakes use their tongue to smell things. entails
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Most surface waves are caused by wind, but the wind source need not be nearby. Winds causes most ocean waves. entails
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A population is an assemblage of organisms of the same species utilizing the resources in the same area. All the members of a species that live in the same area form a population. entails
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Plants with a vascular system, a system of veins for transporting nutrients throughout the organism. Trees need the vascular to transport nutrients. entails
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MUSCULAR AND SKELETAL SYSTEMS Together, the muscular and skeletal organs are known as the musculoskeletal system. neutral
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Finally we will consider various topics in modern physics including special relativity, quantum mechanics, radioactivity and subatomic physics. The specialized study of the motion of objects that are atomic/subatomic in size is called quantum mechanics. neutral
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Calories are a way to measure food energy. The energy content of foods is often expressed in calories. entails
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Hint Wavelength is the distance between two successive identical points on a wave. Wavelength is the distance between two corresponding points of adjacent waves called. entails
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Coffee is traded on the Future's Market and is one of the largest commodities traded in the world, second to oil. The everyday beverage coffee is a commodity second only to oil in worldwide trade. entails
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Hookworms Hookworms are tiny, threadlike parasites that affect puppies and adult dogs (although less common, cats can also contract hookworms). A hookworm is classified as a parasite. entails
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Coffee is the second most traded commodity in the world after oil. The everyday beverage coffee is a commodity second only to oil in worldwide trade. entails
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This disease causes Lifestyle diseases are diseases that are caused by choices that people make in their daily lives. neutral
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Ribosomes are made up of two non-identical subunits each consisting of a different rRNA and a different set of proteins. A ribosome consists of two elements, rrna and proteins. entails
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For example ocean waves or the wind blowing through the trees. Winds causes most ocean waves. neutral
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This kinetic energy is transformed into thermal energy, which in turn is converted into electricity. Electric motors transform electrical energy into kinetic energy. neutral
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HETEROGENEOUS CATALYSIS (3) Thermodynamics and kinetics of adsorption and reactions and solid surfaces, heat and mass transfer effects, theory and correlations in catalysis. Instead of heat, organisms use catalysis to speed up reactions. neutral
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Hookworm is an intestinal parasite of humans. A hookworm is classified as a parasite. entails
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The energy of motion is kinetic energy. Kinetic energy is the energy of motion. entails
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Multiple copies of Wild and Woolly Mammoths and Mammoth Hunt are included in this box. Woolly mammoths began to go extinct thousands of years ago because of hunting by humans. neutral
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When a natural gas company began exploration in western Idaho in 2011, ICL asked the Idaho oil and Gas Conservation Commission to prohibit carcinogenic chemicals and require companies to provide a bond protecting Idaho communities in the case of a fracking emergency. Fracking delivers natural gas from rock that might not otherwise be obtainable. neutral
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1) Cell surface (plasma membrane) The plasma membrane controls what goes in and out of a cell. neutral
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Along with pictures we have interpretive signs explaining the meaning of ectothermy, the lack of slime on reptiles, that snakes are unable to blink, that snakes smell with their tongue, the shedding process in snakes, and hibernation. Snakes use their tongue to smell things. entails
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Voltage is the measure of electric potential. We use voltage to keep track of electric potential energy. entails
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Next, the class is divided into groups of three to seven students. Mollusks can be divided into seven classes. neutral
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Migratory birds can have two springs and two mating seasons in a year. Birds pair up with the same bird in mating season. neutral
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One such zoonotic parasite is the common hookworm in dogs. A hookworm is classified as a parasite. entails
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Sex chromosomes (called the X and Y chromosomes) contain genes for sex determination and other traits unrelated to sex determination. Mammalian sex determination is determined genetically by the presence of chromosomes identified by the letters x and y. entails
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They have interwoven principles of quantum theory, statistical mechanics, and reagent chemistry into stepwise syntheses from subatomic particles to atoms to chemical compounds. The specialized study of the motion of objects that are atomic/subatomic in size is called quantum mechanics. neutral
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and the integumentary, skeletal, muscular and nervous systems and their organs. Together, the muscular and skeletal organs are known as the musculoskeletal system. neutral
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The inner layer of the capsule is composed of cells called podocytes. The capsule is the layer outside the cell wall in a prokaryote. neutral
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Roney shares her intimate journey with diabetes, a disease which has directly impacted the choices she's had to make in every aspect of her daily life. Lifestyle diseases are diseases that are caused by choices that people make in their daily lives. neutral
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Coffee is the world's second largest legal export commodity (after oil) and is the second largest source of foreign exchange for developing nations. The everyday beverage coffee is a commodity second only to oil in worldwide trade. entails
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0 CD-ROM, CASREACT, CrossFire Reaction Databases Reaction databases contain information on chemical reactions., This information may include reactants, catalysts, products, and yields as well as other reactant conditions. The amount of product that may be produced by a reaction under specified conditions is called theoretical yield. neutral
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Current regulation of psychoactives ranges from prohibition with criminal sanctions to widespread availability for drugs like caffeine, nicotine and alcohol. Caffeine and alcohol are two examples of a psychoactive. entails
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In Table 1, the psychoactive drugs most widely used by humans -- caffeine, alcohol, nicotine, marijuana, and benzodiazepines -- are those that animals are least likely to self-administer in the laboratory. Caffeine and alcohol are two examples of a psychoactive. entails
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at the dawn of human history, clumsy man-apes capered around the savannah in the hunt for berries, nuts, woolly mammoth and so on. Woolly mammoths began to go extinct thousands of years ago because of hunting by humans. neutral
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Wild coffee trees survive in the forests of equatorial Africa but as a crop it has become the world's most valuable traded commodity, after oil. The everyday beverage coffee is a commodity second only to oil in worldwide trade. entails
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As the skull flexes, the cranium becomes rounder and the face shortens and retracts until it's directly under the brain case. The cranium (skull) protect(s) the brain. neutral
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The Richter scale was published in 1935 and immediately became the standard measure of earthquake intensity. Seismologists originally measured the intensity of an earthquake with the mercalli scale. neutral
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22.2 MOLLUSKS Phylum Mollusca A description of the body structure and ecological role of mollusks, plus descriptions of the seven mollusk classes. Mollusks can be divided into seven classes. entails
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3210 Development in Infancy and Early Childhood (3) Cross listed as FCS 3220. An individual grows quickly and develops new abilities during their infancy and childhood. neutral
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The Cytoskeleton Learn that the cytoskeleton acts both a muscle and a skeleton, and is responsible for cell movement, cytokinesis, and the organization of the organelles within the cell. The cytoskeleton holds cell organelles in place within the cytoplasm. entails
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There are 46 total chromosomes in each cell. Other than gametes, normal human cells have a total of 46 chromosomes per cell. entails
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Watch as two atoms bond and give off energy. Bond energy holds atoms together. neutral
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The atom type determines the energy parameters used in calculating the non-bond contact energy (in the PEGASUS program) for interactions involving that particular atom. Bond energy holds atoms together. neutral
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The priority impacts are to human health, materials, crops and ecosystems, and global warming and are mainly caused by atmospheric emissions from the power generation stage. Human beings is/are the main cause of recent global warming. neutral
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The position-time graph shows that the slope is changing (meaning a changing velocity) and negative (meaning a negative velocity). In a position-time graph, the slope of the line represents the velocity. entails
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So an extensive property actually does depend on the quantity of the sample and it relates to the amount of the substance that is actually present. The extensive property is a property that depends on the amount of matter in a sample. entails
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The total number of bonds formed by an atom is called the valence of the atom. Valence is the term for the number of covalent bonds an atom can form. entails
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Each of these ionic compounds contains one cation and one anion. When naming an ionic compound, the cation is written first. neutral
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Using the temperature history obtained from thermal analysis as the initial conditions, the thermal stresses during winding and cooling were investigated. When the temperature of water is increased after being used in cooling, it is thermal pollution. neutral
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A covalent bond is when atoms lose valence shell electrons. Valence is the term for the number of covalent bonds an atom can form. neutral
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The state can be divided into seven geographical areas. Mollusks can be divided into seven classes. neutral
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However, not all pairs of birds mate often or at all. Birds pair up with the same bird in mating season. neutral
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write(' calorie A unit of measurement for the energy content of foods. The energy content of foods is often expressed in calories. entails
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Carbon-12, the most common and stable isotope of carbon, has 6 protons and 6 neutrons an d therefore has an atomic mass of 12. A carbon atom with 6 protons and 8 neutrons is more specifically known as carbon 14. neutral
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In general, disinfectants can be divided into seven major categories. Mollusks can be divided into seven classes. neutral
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Wave energy conversion takes advantage of the ocean waves caused primarily by interaction of winds with the ocean surface. Winds causes most ocean waves. entails
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Kinetic energy is the energy of motion. Kinetic energy is the energy of motion. entails
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The 50 billion (yes, BILLION) dollar green coffee industry is the world's second largest commodity, second only to oil. The everyday beverage coffee is a commodity second only to oil in worldwide trade. entails
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They disappeared about 10,000 years ago, probably hunted to extinction by humans. Woolly mammoths began to go extinct thousands of years ago because of hunting by humans. entails
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The SODIS method uses a combination of UV light and increased temperature (solar thermal) for disinfecting water using only sunlight and plastic PET bottles. When the temperature of water is increased after being used in cooling, it is thermal pollution. neutral
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Solutions are homogenous mixtures of two or more components. Solution is the term for a homogeneous mixture of two or more substances. entails
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Students also study the central nervous system, skeletal and muscular systems, internal organs, and the germ theory of disease. Together, the muscular and skeletal organs are known as the musculoskeletal system. neutral
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The plasma membrane controls the movement of solutes between the cell and the extracellular solution. The plasma membrane controls what goes in and out of a cell. entails
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Calories are the measurement used to express the energy delivered by food. The energy content of foods is often expressed in calories. entails
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The cranium is the skull that completely contains and protects the brain. The cranium (skull) protect(s) the brain. entails
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Structure and function of ecosystems is also studied including the role of photosynthesis, flow of matter and energy through food chains and trophic levels. Pyramid ecosystem is used to show energy flow through the trophic levels. neutral
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Stratospheric O 3 Ozone (O 3 ) is produced by reactions between molecular oxygen and atomic oxygen, in the presence of another molecule to serve as a catalyst. Replace another in a molecule happens to atoms during a substitution reaction. neutral
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Meiosis, egg, sperm, and zygote Gametogenesis, the production of sperm and eggs, takes place through the process of meiosis. neutral
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The Cytoskeleton The cytoskeleton is a network of fibers throughout the cell's cytoplasm that helps the cell maintain its shape and gives support to the cell. The cytoskeleton holds cell organelles in place within the cytoplasm. entails
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Thompson is skeptical that global warming is caused primarily by human activities. Human beings is/are the main cause of recent global warming. neutral
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Human diploid cells have 46 chromosomes and human haploid gametes (egg and sperm) have 23 chromosomes. Other than gametes, normal human cells have a total of 46 chromosomes per cell. entails
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Diffusion is the process when particles move from areas of high concentration to areas of low concentration. Diffusion is the process in which a substance naturally moves from an area of higher to lower concentration. entails
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Bare rocks are produced when glaciers recede or volcanoes erupt. A glacier leaves behind bare rock when it retreats. entails
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and carbon-14 ( 14 C), which also contains 6 protons and electrons, but has 8 neutrons. A carbon atom with 6 protons and 8 neutrons is more specifically known as carbon 14. entails
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The level of energy delivered ranges from 40 to 100-foot pounds, depending on the distance the projectile has to travel. Range is the maximum horizontal distance traveled by a projectile. neutral
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Generally this would happen in the case of a young pair of birds that mated but bred unsuccessfully. Birds pair up with the same bird in mating season. neutral
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Vibrating silicon gyroscopes can be divided into seven classes. Mollusks can be divided into seven classes. neutral
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Humans have 23 pairs of chromosomes in their bodies. Humans typically have 23 pairs pairs of chromosomes. entails
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Organ systems to be studied include the skeletal, muscular, nervous, cardiovascular, endocrine, respiratory, digestive, excretory, and reproductive systems. Together, the muscular and skeletal organs are known as the musculoskeletal system. neutral
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The torr, a unit of pressure used in vacuum measurements, is named after him. A torr is a unit used to measure pressure. entails
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Richter invents a logarithmic scale to measure the intensity of earthquakes. Seismologists originally measured the intensity of an earthquake with the mercalli scale. neutral
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Joints are the areas where bones come together. Joints are the location where bones come together. entails
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Diffusion is the movement of a substance from an area of greater concentration to an area of lesser concentration. Diffusion is the process in which a substance naturally moves from an area of higher to lower concentration. entails
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Thermal, biological and chemical pollution of water. When the temperature of water is increased after being used in cooling, it is thermal pollution. neutral
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A solution with pH of 7 is neutral, pH values higher than 7 are basic and pH values lower than 7 are acidic. The ph scale measures acids and bases and has 7 as a neutral value. entails
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Winds and Atmospheric Pressure Wind is defined as any motion of air horizontally across the earth's surface . You call air flowing over earth’s surface wind. entails
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However, the vowel patterns are often predictable and can be divided into seven or so classes, based on the vowels used in these three principal parts. Mollusks can be divided into seven classes. neutral
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This reaction therefore involves the transfer of a chlorine atom from one molecule to another, as shown in the figure below. Replace another in a molecule happens to atoms during a substitution reaction. neutral
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Ribosomes are composed of two rRNA subunits and other catalytic proteins. A ribosome consists of two elements, rrna and proteins. entails
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Every human cell normally has 46 chromosomes. Other than gametes, normal human cells have a total of 46 chromosomes per cell. entails
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Malleability is the ability of a metal to be hammered into thin sheets. The malleability of materials describes the ease in which they can be molded into thin sheets. entails
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Exercise 2 Diffusion of Red Food Coloring in Water Powerful Idea Diffusion Diffusion is the movement of molecules through a liquid or gaseous medium from an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration due to the kinetic energy of the molecules. Diffusion is the process in which a substance naturally moves from an area of higher to lower concentration. entails
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Maximum range of fire is 18 km using standard HE projectile and 21 km with extended-range projectiles. Range is the maximum horizontal distance traveled by a projectile. neutral
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2) Mammoths became extinct on the Plains by 11,000 years ago, and although paleo-ecological conditions were worsening, the demise of mammoths may have been hastened by human predation. Woolly mammoths began to go extinct thousands of years ago because of hunting by humans. entails
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Specific topics include cell metabolism, membrane organization, organelles, compartmentation, membrane trafficking, the cytoskeleton, cell division, and cell signalling. The cytoskeleton holds cell organelles in place within the cytoplasm. neutral
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The Japan Meteorological Agency seismic intensity scale is a seismic scale used in Japan and Taiwan to measure the intensity of earthquakes. Seismologists originally measured the intensity of an earthquake with the mercalli scale. neutral
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Humans have about 100,000 genes in 23 pairs of chromosomes. Humans typically have 23 pairs pairs of chromosomes. entails
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Normal human cells have 46 chromosomes, including either two X (female) chromosomes or an X and a Y (male). Other than gametes, normal human cells have a total of 46 chromosomes per cell. entails
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Another substitution reaction for benzene is sulfonation. Replace another in a molecule happens to atoms during a substitution reaction. neutral
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Carbon 14, the radioactive isotope, has 6 protons and 8 neutrons. A carbon atom with 6 protons and 8 neutrons is more specifically known as carbon 14. entails
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For example, 14 C (carbon 14) has 6 protons and 8 neutrons. A carbon atom with 6 protons and 8 neutrons is more specifically known as carbon 14. entails
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The scale ranges from 0 to 14 with pH 7 as neutral, acids below pH 7 and bases above pH 7. The ph scale measures acids and bases and has 7 as a neutral value. entails
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The atomic mass unit is defined such that a Carbon atom containing 6 neutrons in addition to its 6 protons has a mass of exactly twelve atomic mass units (this particular isotope with 12 nucleons is known as Carbon-12). A carbon atom with 6 protons and 8 neutrons is more specifically known as carbon 14. neutral
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Animals also commonly use aggressive displays to communicate the nature of their aggressive state to other individuals of their species. Exemplified by baring teeth, aggressive type of displays are common in the animal kingdom, and sometimes serve as a 'bluff'. entails
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For thousands of years the last mammoths have remained hidden from humans, who believe them extinct. Woolly mammoths began to go extinct thousands of years ago because of hunting by humans. neutral
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When damage or stress occurs, the fungi will further colonize, infect, and begin living off the nutrients of the tree, flourishing in the bark and vascular system (2). Trees need the vascular to transport nutrients. neutral
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A calorie is a measure of energy provided by food. The energy content of foods is often expressed in calories. entails
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It scatters light but not as badly as the translucent fungus yuk that was there. Translucent matter transmits light but scatters the light as it passes through. neutral
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Seven of the 9 class rooms have dividers that can allow for larger meeting areas. Mollusks can be divided into seven classes. neutral
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Biodiversity is expressed as the number of species per unit area. Biodiversity is the term for the measurement of the amount of variation of species in a given area. entails
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Bone, Joint, and Muscle Disorders Chapter 54 Charcot's Joints Charcot's joints (neuropathic joint disease) results from nerve damage that impairs a person's ability to perceive pain coming from a joint; Joints are the location where bones come together. neutral
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In humans, we have 23 pairs of chromosomes. Humans typically have 23 pairs pairs of chromosomes. entails
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The class has been divided into seven groups for the exhibition; Mollusks can be divided into seven classes. neutral
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ALMIGHTY BEAN Among the world s legally traded commodities, coffee ranks second only to oil. The everyday beverage coffee is a commodity second only to oil in worldwide trade. entails
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In chemistry, a leaving group is an atom or molecule that leaves another molecule during a reaction. Replace another in a molecule happens to atoms during a substitution reaction. neutral
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transmitted (it passes through the matter) Translucent matter transmits light but scatters the light as it passes through. neutral
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Human cells contain 23 pairs of chromosomes, a total of 46 chromosomes. Other than gametes, normal human cells have a total of 46 chromosomes per cell. entails
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Malleability is a physical property of metals that defines the ability to be hammered, pressed, or rolled into thin sheets without breaking. The malleability of materials describes the ease in which they can be molded into thin sheets. entails
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Diffusion is the movement of a solute from areas of high concentration to low concentration. Diffusion is the process in which a substance naturally moves from an area of higher to lower concentration. entails
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As glaciers advance and retreat, rock is plucked, transported, and deposited by moving ice. A glacier leaves behind bare rock when it retreats. neutral
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The spleen is responsible for removing old red blood cells. The main function of the spleen is to filter the blood and remove unwanted red blood cells. entails
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Prokaryotes are unicellular organisms that do not have membrane-bound organelles and lack a structurally distinct nucleus. Prokaryotes are unicellular organisms that lack organelles surrounded by membranes. entails
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Generally, nervous tissue is categorized into four types of tissue. Only animals have muscle tissue and nervous tissue. neutral
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Batali is a critic of hydraulic fracturing, commonly known as fracking, a method of natural gas extraction. Fracking delivers natural gas from rock that might not otherwise be obtainable. entails
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If an electron is removed a cation is formed. Cations are formed by the loss of one or two electrons from an element. entails
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The resultant aggrecan molecules are transported to secretory vesicles and released into the extracellular matrix. Vesicles are basic tools of the cell for organizing metabolism, transport, and storage of molecules. neutral
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he studied the interaction of the radioactive 'rays' with electric fields, and found that there were two different kinds of particles- ones attracted to the negative pole, called a particles , and one attracted towards the positive pole, called b particles . Electrical force has negative attraction. neutral
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The total number of chromosomes in the human genome comprises 23 in a gametic reproductive cell (egg, sperm) and 46 in a somatic or body cell (23 from each parent). Other than gametes, normal human cells have a total of 46 chromosomes per cell. entails
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The same types of organisms, fungi, bacteria, viruses, nematodes, that cause diseases in people and animals also cause diseases in plants. Lifestyle diseases are diseases that are caused by choices that people make in their daily lives. neutral
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Proposals to extract oil and gas by fracking in the Karoo are currently under consideration. Fracking delivers natural gas from rock that might not otherwise be obtainable. neutral
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Upwelling Movement of nutrient-rich bottom water to the ocean's surface. Upwelling is the term for when deep ocean water rises to the surface. entails
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short-chain fatty acid; Unsaturated fatty acids have bent chains. neutral
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Some light does pass through translucent materials, but most of the light is scattered. Translucent matter transmits light but scatters the light as it passes through. entails
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4 Be able to explain why the energy levels in multielectron atoms differ from the levels in the hydrogen-like atom 5 Be able to state and apply the Pauli Exclusion Principle, Hund's Rule, and the Aufbau Principle. Aufbau principle gives the order of electron filling in an atom. neutral
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Numerous types of Salmonella cause disease in both animals and people. Lifestyle diseases are diseases that are caused by choices that people make in their daily lives. neutral
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He also showed that cyclodextrin can be used to investigate catalysis of organic reactions within the scope of host-guest chemistry. Instead of heat, organisms use catalysis to speed up reactions. neutral
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As they fall this is converted into energy of motion, or kinetic energy. Kinetic energy is the energy of motion. entails
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that is, each silicon atom shares its four valence electronic with the four neighboring atoms, forming four covalent bonds. Valence is the term for the number of covalent bonds an atom can form. neutral
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Examples of Psychoactive Drugs Caffeine and alcohol are two examples of a psychoactive. neutral
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Each normal human has 23 pairs of chromosomes; Humans typically have 23 pairs pairs of chromosomes. entails
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So, no matter where you look, you see the scattered blue light. Translucent matter transmits light but scatters the light as it passes through. neutral
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commodities (oil, wheat, coffee, cocoa, pork-bellies); The everyday beverage coffee is a commodity second only to oil in worldwide trade. neutral
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The centriole pairs serve as microtubule-organizing centers (centrosomes) around which the mitotic spindle forms. A mitotic spindle forms from the centrosomes. entails
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In addition, we focus on a healthy lifestyle highlighting a vegan diet and discuss the effect of diet on disease so that people can make wiser choices when choosing what to eat and improve their length and quality of life. Lifestyle diseases are diseases that are caused by choices that people make in their daily lives. neutral
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The cultivation of simple zero varieties (0-varieties) is based on the elimination of erucid acid, a long-chained unsaturated fatty acid. Unsaturated fatty acids have bent chains. neutral
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Add several tributaries (small streams) that will feed into your river as it heads downstream. Tributaries is the term for small streams. entails
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pH A measure of the hydrogen-ion activity in a solution, expressed as the negative log10 of hydrogen ion concentration on a scale of 0 (highly acidic) to 14 (highly basic) with a pH of 7 being neutral. The ph scale measures acids and bases and has 7 as a neutral value. entails
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T he penis consists of three tubes of tissue, one containing the urethra and two long tubes filled with spongy tissue, called corpora, which swell when engorged with blood, producing an erection. The human penis contains the urethra, as well as three cylinders of spongy erectile tissue. entails
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Hookworm Hookworms are intestinal parasites that take their name from the hooklike appendages surrounding their mouths. A hookworm is classified as a parasite. entails
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The limiting reagent must be identified in order to calculate the percentage yield of a reaction, since the theoretical yield is defined as the amount of product obtained when the limiting reagent reacts completely. The amount of product that may be produced by a reaction under specified conditions is called theoretical yield. entails
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Diffusion Diffusion is a process where atoms or molecules move from areas of high concentration to areas of low concentration. Diffusion is the process in which a substance naturally moves from an area of higher to lower concentration. entails
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Explain intensive and extensive properties of matter. The extensive property is a property that depends on the amount of matter in a sample. neutral
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One feature of gametogenesis that is common to the production of both sperm and eggs is meiosis, a type of cell division that reduces the number of chromosome sets each daughter cell contains by half. Gametogenesis, the production of sperm and eggs, takes place through the process of meiosis. entails
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The unit of pressure, torr, is the same as a millimeter of pressure. A torr is a unit used to measure pressure. entails
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In every human cell there are 46 chromosomes. Other than gametes, normal human cells have a total of 46 chromosomes per cell. entails
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Equilibrium diagrams are obtained by theoretical calculations, Although they define clearly the conditions under which metal can be produced (the clear area), in practice, the useful part of the clear area may be reduced by considerations of gas composition and reaction rates. The amount of product that may be produced by a reaction under specified conditions is called theoretical yield. neutral
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The distance between any two waves is called the wavelength and the time interval between waves passing is called the frequency . Wavelength is the distance between two corresponding points of adjacent waves called. entails
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A campaign in the United Kingdom aimed to prevent the commencing of a controversial method of shale gas extraction known as fracking have organised themselves under the name Frack Off. Fracking delivers natural gas from rock that might not otherwise be obtainable. neutral
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The woolly mammoth went extinct in these parts about 10,000 years ago, but for those of us addicted to the need to search and search again, California frontiers remain as wild and woolly as they were when the first human explorers walked across the Bering straits to a New World. Woolly mammoths began to go extinct thousands of years ago because of hunting by humans. neutral
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Hookworms are parasites that thrive in the small intestine . A hookworm is classified as a parasite. entails
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Snakes smell with their tongues and an organ in the roof of their mouth. Snakes use their tongue to smell things. entails
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Cells may enter a period of rest known as interkinesis or interphase II. Cells may enter a period of rest known as interkinesis. entails
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This is a matter on which I dare not pass judgment lightly. Translucent matter transmits light but scatters the light as it passes through. neutral
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Fracking and the gas and oil industry. Fracking delivers natural gas from rock that might not otherwise be obtainable. neutral
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Diffusion is the process by which ions move from an area of higher to lower concentration. Diffusion is the process in which a substance naturally moves from an area of higher to lower concentration. entails
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A human normally has 23 pairs of chromosomes. Humans typically have 23 pairs pairs of chromosomes. entails
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Joints and ligaments Two or more bones coming together form a joint. Joints are the location where bones come together. entails
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HUMAN ANATOMY Chemical organization of the body, Body tissue, Skeletal system, Muscular system. Together, the muscular and skeletal organs are known as the musculoskeletal system. neutral
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Other igneous rocks including felsic dykes are discussed later . Felsic igneous rocks contain felsic minerals, typically contain aluminum and sodium and are high in silica. neutral
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No matter where Bonnie winds up, it will most likely cause larger waves. Winds causes most ocean waves. neutral
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Chemical Reactions looks at how atoms and molecules interact. Replace another in a molecule happens to atoms during a substitution reaction. neutral
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There are many ways to measure biodiversity, from a simple count of the number of different species found in a given area, to complex statistical calculations that incorporate species number, population sizes for each species, and ecological roles for each species. Biodiversity is the term for the measurement of the amount of variation of species in a given area. entails
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The calorie is often associated with food and dieting. The energy content of foods is often expressed in calories. neutral
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Like the Richter scale to measure the intensity of an earthquake. Seismologists originally measured the intensity of an earthquake with the mercalli scale. neutral
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wavelength The distance between two successive peaks of a wave. Wavelength is the distance between two corresponding points of adjacent waves called. entails
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disease and disease-causing agents; Lifestyle diseases are diseases that are caused by choices that people make in their daily lives. neutral
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Formulas of Ionic Compounds Cation Anions Examples X - When naming an ionic compound, the cation is written first. neutral
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Collagen and elastin are typically found in connective tissue nervous tissue epithelial tissue muscle tissue 16. Only animals have muscle tissue and nervous tissue. neutral
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It's not passing through matter that does anything to light. Translucent matter transmits light but scatters the light as it passes through. neutral
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Coffee is the second most heavily traded commodity in the world, after oil. The everyday beverage coffee is a commodity second only to oil in worldwide trade. entails
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All borders can be divided into seven (only seven) symmetry classes, according to whether the repeating pattern would be unchanged under specific possible operations. Mollusks can be divided into seven classes. neutral
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Tributary A stream draining into a larger stream. Tributaries is the term for small streams. entails
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The normal number of chromosomes in the human Cell is 46 (23 pair). Other than gametes, normal human cells have a total of 46 chromosomes per cell. entails
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These instruments are two telescopes, with the objectives spaced prehaps 18 apart, each directed to an eyepiece via mirrors or prisms. A telescope is used to make objects in space appear closer. neutral
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Muscular & Skeletal System ...... Together, the muscular and skeletal organs are known as the musculoskeletal system. neutral
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Meridian systems are studied, which explain the interrelationships of the various internal organs with the muscular, skeletal, nervous, circulatory, endocrine and lymphatic systems. Together, the muscular and skeletal organs are known as the musculoskeletal system. neutral
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For the Romans, this holiday marked the official start of bird and human mating season. Birds pair up with the same bird in mating season. neutral
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There are normally 46 total, or 23 pairs, of chromosomes in each cell of our body. Other than gametes, normal human cells have a total of 46 chromosomes per cell. entails
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Many viruses cause disease in people. Lifestyle diseases are diseases that are caused by choices that people make in their daily lives. neutral
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In humans, meiosis is the process by which sperm cells and egg cells are produced. Gametogenesis, the production of sperm and eggs, takes place through the process of meiosis. entails
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Coffee is the largest agricultural commodity traded on world markets and second most traded commodity in the world after oil. The everyday beverage coffee is a commodity second only to oil in worldwide trade. entails
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Movement (muscular system & skeletal system) Together, the muscular and skeletal organs are known as the musculoskeletal system. neutral
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i) Somatic motor neurons- by definition, contact skeletal muscles ii) Autonomic motor neurons- by definition, contact cardiac muscle, smooth muscle or glands 3. The motor system consists of neurons that carry signals to skeletal muscles. entails
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Less common parasites Hookworms Hookworms develop in the soil from eggs in feces. A hookworm is classified as a parasite. entails
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Each ribosome is a complex of proteins and special RNA called ribosomal RNA (rRNA) . A ribosome consists of two elements, rrna and proteins. entails
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Kinetic energy is the energy of motion and an object must be moving if it has kinetic energy. Kinetic energy is the energy of motion. entails
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For slow reaction rates and precise yields of minor reaction products, the code will require a long run time, but it will produce results. The amount of product that may be produced by a reaction under specified conditions is called theoretical yield. neutral
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Mechanical waves transport energy through a medium. Matter that mechanical wave energy can only travel through is medium. entails
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Ribosomes are composed of two complex subunits, each of which includes rRNA and protein components. A ribosome consists of two elements, rrna and proteins. entails
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Disease causes. Lifestyle diseases are diseases that are caused by choices that people make in their daily lives. neutral
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The nervous, circulatory, skeletal, and muscular systems are discussed from the cellular to the organ systems level. Together, the muscular and skeletal organs are known as the musculoskeletal system. neutral
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Translucent materials, such as wax paper, allow some light to pass through, but most of the light is scattered. Translucent matter transmits light but scatters the light as it passes through. entails
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electromagnet A magnet made by wrapping a wire coil around an iron bar and sending an electric current through the coil. A solenoid or coil wrapped around iron or certain other metals can form a(n) electromagnet. entails
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They host intestinal parasites such as hookworms and tapeworms. A hookworm is classified as a parasite. entails
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Reaction rates depend on how often reacting atoms and molecules encounter one another, the temperature, and the properties of the reacting species. Replace another in a molecule happens to atoms during a substitution reaction. neutral
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3, 3) Covers biomembranes, cell growth patterns, cell signalling, the cytoskeleton, cell organelles, and microscopic technique. The cytoskeleton holds cell organelles in place within the cytoplasm. neutral
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PLASMA (CELL) MEMBRANE 2. The plasma membrane controls what goes in and out of a cell. neutral
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prokaryote A unicellular organism with a single chromosome, no nuclear envelope, and no membrane-bounded organelles. Prokaryotes are unicellular organisms that lack organelles surrounded by membranes. entails
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Wavelength The distance between the two nearest points on a wave which are in the same phase is called the wavelength of the wave. Wavelength is the distance between two corresponding points of adjacent waves called. entails
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In England, birds were said to pick their mate for the season on February 14. Birds pair up with the same bird in mating season. neutral
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The wavelength is the distance between two successive peaks on the wave. Wavelength is the distance between two corresponding points of adjacent waves called. entails
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Electric motor An electric motor , is a machine which converts electrical energy into mechanical (rotational or kinetic) energy. Electric motors transform electrical energy into kinetic energy. entails
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Many types of bacteria live as parasites on higher organisms. A hookworm is classified as a parasite. neutral
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These properties have been shown to be diamondiferous by extensive sampling. The extensive property is a property that depends on the amount of matter in a sample. neutral
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Upwelling upward movement of deep (abyssal), cold water to the surface. Upwelling is the term for when deep ocean water rises to the surface. entails
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Igneous rocks derived from felsic magma contain relatively high quantities of sodium, aluminum and potassium and are composed of more than 65 % silica. Felsic igneous rocks contain felsic minerals, typically contain aluminum and sodium and are high in silica. entails
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Thermal pollution may also result when industries--especially electrical power companies--release the water used for cooling their machines into waterways. When the temperature of water is increased after being used in cooling, it is thermal pollution. entails
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The fluid portion of the blood is a mixture of many chemicals with diverse metabolic functions-chemical transport, blood clotting, and immune response are three examples. Three steps are involved in blood clotting. neutral
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The upwelling along the eastern boundary of the ocean is caused by persistent winds from the northwest that transport water offshore, allowing deeper water to rise to the surface. Upwelling is the term for when deep ocean water rises to the surface. entails
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Animals which live on the benthos . Living things on the ocean floor are known as benthos. neutral
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Excess calories tend to be carbohydrates and fat, often dairy and wheat-based foods with high sugar content. The energy content of foods is often expressed in calories. neutral
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The Calorie (with a capital C), usually used to indicate the energy content of food, is a kilocalorie. The energy content of foods is often expressed in calories. entails
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Growth on the branched-chain acyl derivative also resulted in significant shifts from unsaturated to cyclopropyl fatty acids. Unsaturated fatty acids have bent chains. neutral
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Ribosomes are small organelles containing 50% ribosomal RNA (rRNA) and 50% protein. A ribosome consists of two elements, rrna and proteins. entails
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Bacteria can be used to degrade toxic compounds, such as heavy metals, organic compounds, phosphorus, ammonia or other pollutants. An amine is an organic compound that can be considered to be a derivative of ammonia. neutral
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Geothermal power plants use the Earth's natural underground heat to provide clean, renewable energy. Geothermal power is generated via underground sources of heat. entails
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Students learn about atoms, molecules, and chemical reactions. Replace another in a molecule happens to atoms during a substitution reaction. neutral
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When in danger, the osmeterium, which looks like a snake's tongue, everts and releases a foul smell to repel predators. Snakes use their tongue to smell things. neutral
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An electric motor converts electrical energy to kinetic energy. Electric motors transform electrical energy into kinetic energy. entails
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Bones come together to form joints, most of which are in constant motion. Joints are the location where bones come together. entails
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Since screening, individuals with PKU who are correctly treated by diet during infancy and childhood grow up with normal intelligence. An individual grows quickly and develops new abilities during their infancy and childhood. neutral
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where N is population size, r is growth rate, K is carrying capacity. Growth stops when a population reaches the carrying capacity. neutral
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long-chain fatty acid; Unsaturated fatty acids have bent chains. neutral
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Carbon-13 has 6 protons and 7 neutrons. A carbon atom with 6 protons and 8 neutrons is more specifically known as carbon 14. neutral
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A solution is a mixture in which one substance dissolves in another. A solution forms when one substance dissolves into another. entails
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Subject matter wherein the structure comprises a part which is capable of transmitting light with or without diffusion of light passing through the part. Translucent matter transmits light but scatters the light as it passes through. neutral
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The energy needed to pull the two atoms apart is called the bond energy. Bond energy holds atoms together. entails
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Pugh also opposes fracking for gas in the Karoo region of South Africa. Fracking delivers natural gas from rock that might not otherwise be obtainable. neutral
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Humans may not be the cause of global warming; Human beings is/are the main cause of recent global warming. neutral
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A eukaryotic ribosome is composed of five kinds of rRNA and about eighty kinds of proteins. A ribosome consists of two elements, rrna and proteins. entails
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Air pressure is measured in torr, named after Evangelista Torricelli who invented the barometer in 1643. A torr is a unit used to measure pressure. entails
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Sound is a mechanical wave because it needs a medium in order to travel. Matter that mechanical wave energy can only travel through is medium. entails
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The spleen acts as a filter against foreign organisms that infect the bloodstream, and also filters out old red blood cells from the bloodstream and decomposes them. The main function of the spleen is to filter the blood and remove unwanted red blood cells. entails
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Because it takes two electrons to form a covalent bond, we can calculate the number of nonbonding electrons in the molecule by subtracting two electrons from the total number of valence electrons for each bond in the skeleton structure. Valence is the term for the number of covalent bonds an atom can form. neutral
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Recent studies have bolstered the hypothesis that human hunting contributed to the extinction of Pleistocene animals ranging from the woolly mammoth to the giant wombat to the North American camel. Woolly mammoths began to go extinct thousands of years ago because of hunting by humans. entails
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The causes of heart disease vary by type of heart disease. Lifestyle diseases are diseases that are caused by choices that people make in their daily lives. neutral
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This chunk is surrounded by rocks and dirt that the glacier leaves behind. A glacier leaves behind bare rock when it retreats. neutral
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A simple view of the formation of an ionic compound is that the electrons lost by the cation are gained by the anion; When naming an ionic compound, the cation is written first. neutral
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Voltage is a measure of electric potential energy that makes electric charges flow through a circuit. We use voltage to keep track of electric potential energy. entails
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Upwelling The movement of nutrient-rich deep sea water to the ocean's surface. Upwelling is the term for when deep ocean water rises to the surface. entails
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The wind howls and the motion of the waves are like the ocean. Winds causes most ocean waves. neutral
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Natural gas companies claim that fracking is safe and has gone on for decades, but there are a lot of people who disagree with the safety of fracking operations, and worry about the recent proliferation of fracking. Fracking delivers natural gas from rock that might not otherwise be obtainable. neutral
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On the pH scale, which varies from 0-14, a very acidic solution has a low pH value, a very basic solution has a high pH value, and a neutral solution has a pH of approximately 7. The ph scale measures acids and bases and has 7 as a neutral value. entails
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Population growth outstripped the carrying capacity of the land. Growth stops when a population reaches the carrying capacity. neutral
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In addition to telescopes, astronomers have begun using other instruments to make observations. A telescope is used to make objects in space appear closer. neutral
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Humans are not causing global warming. Human beings is/are the main cause of recent global warming. neutral
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Place the baby bird in the nest. Birds build nests to safe place. neutral
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The material begins with the basics of anatomical positioning (knowing your anterior from your posterior) and moves to the skeletal system, and then we' re off and running through all the bones, onto the muscular system, the nervous system, and the sensory organs. Together, the muscular and skeletal organs are known as the musculoskeletal system. neutral
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The term benthos refers to organisms that live on or in the sea bottom. Living things on the ocean floor are known as benthos. entails
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4 If a material outgasses organic bases, such as amine, ammonia, or 1-methyl-2-pyrrolidone (NMP), the acid in the resist film can be neutralized. An amine is an organic compound that can be considered to be a derivative of ammonia. neutral
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As shown in Figure below , the vertebrate endoskeleton includes a cranium, or skull, to enclose and protect the brain. The cranium (skull) protect(s) the brain. entails
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Early humans hunted the Woolly Rhinoceros and drew pictures of the animals on cave walls as far as 30,000 years ago. Woolly mammoths began to go extinct thousands of years ago because of hunting by humans. neutral
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In our human bodies, the four gametes will each have 23 chromosomes which means the 46 chromosomes in the somatic cell must replicate during interphase prior to meiosis just as they would before mitosis. Other than gametes, normal human cells have a total of 46 chromosomes per cell. entails
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The somatic nervous system consists of peripheral nerve fibers that send sensory information to the central nervous system and motor nerve fibers that project to skeletal muscle. The motor system consists of neurons that carry signals to skeletal muscles. neutral
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Coffee is the second most valuable commodity traded in the world and the second largest US import after oil. The everyday beverage coffee is a commodity second only to oil in worldwide trade. entails
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The function of the spleen is to act as a filter, cleansing the blood of older or damaged red and white blood cells along with platelets. The main function of the spleen is to filter the blood and remove unwanted red blood cells. entails
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A solution is defined as a homogeneous mixture of ions or molecules of two or more substances. Solution is the term for a homogeneous mixture of two or more substances. entails
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The second and more familiar method of measuring earthquake intensity is the Richter Scale of Magnitude. Seismologists originally measured the intensity of an earthquake with the mercalli scale. neutral
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The valence of an atom is the number of bonds it will form to give a neutral species. Valence is the term for the number of covalent bonds an atom can form. entails
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An ultrasound head converts electrical energy to kinetic energy in the form of sound waves. Electric motors transform electrical energy into kinetic energy. neutral
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Snakes use their tongues to smell. Snakes use their tongue to smell things. entails
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The value of 7 is neutral, acids have pH values less than 7 and bases have pH values higher than 7. The ph scale measures acids and bases and has 7 as a neutral value. entails
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Processes where in the nitrogen-containing organic compound is identical in constitution with the derivatives of ammonia (NH3) wherein the N thereof is bonded to at least one carbon of an organic radical. An amine is an organic compound that can be considered to be a derivative of ammonia. neutral
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But in the shadow of this debate about the cloning of humans or farm animals, researchers from several nations have been actively collecting tissue from the remains of the woolly mammoth in preparation for an attempt to bring the beast back from ten thousand years of extinction. Woolly mammoths began to go extinct thousands of years ago because of hunting by humans. neutral
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Benthos are living things on the ocean floor. Living things on the ocean floor are known as benthos. entails
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the capsule outer wall has smooth cells; The capsule is the layer outside the cell wall in a prokaryote. neutral
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Prokaryotes are organisms that lack a cell nucleus and the other membrane bound organelles. Prokaryotes are unicellular organisms that lack organelles surrounded by membranes. entails
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development in infancy, childhood and adolescence; An individual grows quickly and develops new abilities during their infancy and childhood. neutral
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The produced cation and anion can combine together making a chemical ionic compound. When naming an ionic compound, the cation is written first. neutral
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By definition, wavelength is the distance between two points of corresponding phase in consecutive cycles. Wavelength is the distance between two corresponding points of adjacent waves called. entails
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Kinetic energy is energy in the form of motion. Kinetic energy is the energy of motion. entails
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and extensive information services on property, development, and related matters. The extensive property is a property that depends on the amount of matter in a sample. neutral
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The benthos is an aggregation of organisms living on or at the bottom of a body of water. Living things on the ocean floor are known as benthos. entails
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Turbidity is caused by suspended solid matter which scatters light passing through the water. Translucent matter transmits light but scatters the light as it passes through. neutral
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The human musculoskeletal system (also known as the locomotor system, and previously the activity system) is an organ system that gives humans the ability to move using their muscular and skeletal systems. Together, the muscular and skeletal organs are known as the musculoskeletal system. entails
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In the hydrothermal vent environment, chemosynthesis is the primary mechanism for the conversion of chemical energy into biomass. Chemosynthesis helps microorganisms make food with chemicals pouring out of deep-sea vents. entails
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Substitution reaction (also known as single displacement reaction or single replacement reaction) is a chemical reaction during which one functional group in a chemical compound is replaced by another functional group. Replace another in a molecule happens to atoms during a substitution reaction. entails
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Kinetic energy (motion) is converted into thermal energy (heat). Kinetic energy is the energy of motion. entails
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The percent yield of a reaction product. The amount of product that may be produced by a reaction under specified conditions is called theoretical yield. neutral
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Purple martins are monogamous birds and a mated pair will produce 1-3 broods of 3-8 eggs each during the summer nesting season. Birds pair up with the same bird in mating season. neutral
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Waves are caused by wind . Winds causes most ocean waves. entails
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Storage vesicles Storage vesicles, often referred to as secretory vesicles or granules, contain material produced by the cell which will ultimately be released by the cell into the extracellular space. Vesicles are basic tools of the cell for organizing metabolism, transport, and storage of molecules. entails
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Seismologists with the Iceland Meteorological Office believe that further earthquakes, measuring up to 7 on the Richter scale, could hit the same area over the next few decades. Seismologists originally measured the intensity of an earthquake with the mercalli scale. neutral
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The time to travel the horizontal distance (the range) is equal to twice the time to reach the peak (maximum height). Range is the maximum horizontal distance traveled by a projectile. entails
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Viruses have Nucleic Acids and Proteins but Lack other features of living cells. Nucleic acids are found in all living cells and viruses. entails
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Humans are the primary cause of global warming since 1950s. Human beings is/are the main cause of recent global warming. entails
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CATALYSIS The defining property of all catalysts is that they increase the speed of a chemical reaction without being used up or appearing as one of the products of the reaction. Instead of heat, organisms use catalysis to speed up reactions. entails
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Where the human eye sees color in three basic bands of visible light -- red, green and blue, ATLAS can see in 15 bands -- including visible, thermal (heat) and near-infrared. The human eye detect can detect three colors of light. entails
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They worked really hard to make those telescopes into useful instruments. A telescope is used to make objects in space appear closer. neutral
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This energy is transmitted in the form of energy of motion or kinetic energy. Kinetic energy is the energy of motion. entails
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that most ocean and lake waves are caused by wind, but waves are also caused by earthquakes. Winds causes most ocean waves. entails
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Each class of monads, although being itself divided into seven (or twelve) subclasses, as a group can be thought of as a cosmic individual family composed of seven submembers; Mollusks can be divided into seven classes. neutral
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A confluence is where two or more tributaries or rivers flow together. Two tributaries come together at a(n) confluence. entails
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These, combined with traditional management measures, have the potential to reverse these trends for many species and to allow the long-term goals of building sustainable fisheries and protecting biodiversity to be achieved. Biodiversity is the term for the measurement of the amount of variation of species in a given area. neutral
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Benthos The plant and animal organisms that live on the sea floor. Living things on the ocean floor are known as benthos. entails
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why and how earthquakes occur, and the scales used to measure their intensity and magnitude. Seismologists originally measured the intensity of an earthquake with the mercalli scale. neutral
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A human zygote has 23 pair of chromosomes. Humans typically have 23 pairs pairs of chromosomes. entails
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Voltage is the amount of stored electrical energy (potential) provided by an energy source and its units are given in Volts. We use voltage to keep track of electric potential energy. entails
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The Skeletal and Muscle Systems C. The motor system consists of neurons that carry signals to skeletal muscles. neutral
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Major topics include levels of organization, integument, skeletal system, muscular system, nervous system, and endocrine system. Together, the muscular and skeletal organs are known as the musculoskeletal system. neutral
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Other parasites have included hookworm, bilharzia, and malaria. A hookworm is classified as a parasite. entails
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An acid releases hydrogen ions in solution. Acids release hydrogen ions, by definition. entails
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Glycolysis, Fermentation, Krebs cycle, Anaerobic respiration, Aerobic Respiration 50. Glycolysis is a series of reactions that is common to fermentation and cellular respiration. neutral
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Subject matter wherein the scattered light is compared with (a) a standard light, (b) a standard scattered light, (c) the directly transmitted light, or (d) with the light prior to its scattering or transmission through the medium. Translucent matter transmits light but scatters the light as it passes through. neutral
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When referring to the energy content of food, the actual calories are kilocalories (1000 calories) and should be written with a capital "C". The energy content of foods is often expressed in calories. entails
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Socially accepted, legal psychoactive substances (alcohol, nicotine, caffeine), on the other hand, are not qualify as drugs for the aims of the following analysis. Caffeine and alcohol are two examples of a psychoactive. entails
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The matter is too important to be lightly passed over. Translucent matter transmits light but scatters the light as it passes through. neutral
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The answer is upwelling -- a movement of deep, nutrient rich water to the surface. Upwelling is the term for when deep ocean water rises to the surface. entails
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Normally, 46 chromosomes are inside each human cell. Other than gametes, normal human cells have a total of 46 chromosomes per cell. entails
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The virus nucleic acid is encapsidated by a protein. Nucleic acids are found in all living cells and viruses. neutral
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Staph aureus, with capsule overlying the cell wall. The capsule is the layer outside the cell wall in a prokaryote. neutral
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Kinetic energy is energy that comes from motion. Kinetic energy is the energy of motion. entails
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Humans have 23 pairs of chromosomes, 46 in all. Humans typically have 23 pairs pairs of chromosomes. entails
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In a human cell there are 23 pairs of chromosomes. Humans typically have 23 pairs pairs of chromosomes. entails
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Moles in Solution Solutions are homogeneous mixtures of two or more substances . Solution is the term for a homogeneous mixture of two or more substances. entails
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Not open to students with credit in PHY 182B or Principles of electromagnetic theory, special relativity, quantum physics, optics, atomic and subatomic physics. The specialized study of the motion of objects that are atomic/subatomic in size is called quantum mechanics. neutral
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Each human cell contains 23 pairs of chromosomes. Humans typically have 23 pairs pairs of chromosomes. entails
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A projectile launched at 75 will have the same horizontal range as a projectile launched with the same speed at 15 . Range is the maximum horizontal distance traveled by a projectile. neutral
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The sex of most mammals, including humans, is genetically determined by the XY sex-determination system where males have X and Y (as opposed to X and X) sex chromosomes. Mammalian sex determination is determined genetically by the presence of chromosomes identified by the letters x and y. entails
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Mass and volume are examples of extensive properties , which are defined as properties the values of which depend upon the amount (extent) of substance present. The extensive property is a property that depends on the amount of matter in a sample. entails
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Most often they are caused by diets inadequate in calories and especially limited in their content of foods rich in vitamin A and iron. The energy content of foods is often expressed in calories. neutral
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Prokaryotic Cells are cells that have to have organelles that are not surrounded by a membrane and do have ribosomes. Prokaryotes are unicellular organisms that lack organelles surrounded by membranes. entails
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The waterfall flows through a rock dike left by a retreating glacier. A glacier leaves behind bare rock when it retreats. neutral
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Centrosome-independent mitotic spindle formation in vertebrates. A mitotic spindle forms from the centrosomes. neutral
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The distance between adjacent nodes or antinodes in such a pattern is one-half of the wavelength of the wave. Wavelength is the distance between two corresponding points of adjacent waves called. neutral
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the pH scale ranges from 0 to 14, where 7 is neutral and values less than 7 are acidic and values greater than 7 are basic or alkaline; The ph scale measures acids and bases and has 7 as a neutral value. entails
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Most river invertebrates live in the benthos, not in water column; Living things on the ocean floor are known as benthos. neutral
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Human beings have 23 pairs chromosomes in each cell. Humans typically have 23 pairs pairs of chromosomes. entails
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An ionic compound is named by its cation followed by its anion. When naming an ionic compound, the cation is written first. entails
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The Population Institute, Negative Population Growth, Carrying Capacity Network. Growth stops when a population reaches the carrying capacity. neutral
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The detection of smaller objects will require the use of new instruments, such as the James Webb Space Telescope, which is scheduled for deployment in 2018. A telescope is used to make objects in space appear closer. neutral
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Biodiversity is most commonly discussed in terms of the number of species, but it can also be phrased in terms of the amount of phenotypic (e.g., physiological, morphological) space that a given set of species occupies (see also Cambrian explosion). Biodiversity is the term for the measurement of the amount of variation of species in a given area. entails
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During the synthesis phase (S-phase) of the eukaryotic cell cycle, DNA replication occurs. During the synthesis phase, dna replication occurs in the cell cycle. entails
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As the atoms form new bonds, they gain thermal energy. Bond energy holds atoms together. neutral
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Divide the class into seven groups. Mollusks can be divided into seven classes. neutral
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The benthos is made up of marine organisms that live on or near the sea floor. Living things on the ocean floor are known as benthos. entails
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Snakes use their forked tongues to "smell" or "taste," constantly flicking them to pick up any air-borne particles and odors. Snakes use their tongue to smell things. entails
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This important matter is passed over lightly at the present time. Translucent matter transmits light but scatters the light as it passes through. neutral
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In humans, each cell typically has 46 chromosomes, or 23 pairs. Humans typically have 23 pairs pairs of chromosomes. entails
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They also use their tongues to find their prey and for smelling. Snakes use their tongue to smell things. entails
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kinetic energy -energy of motion of an object. Kinetic energy is the energy of motion. entails
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The organ systems to be studied are integumentary, skeletal, muscular, endocrine, neuro-sensory, digestive, respiratory, circulatory and urogenital systems. Together, the muscular and skeletal organs are known as the musculoskeletal system. neutral
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Cations are one form of regulation in the production of PAF. Cations are formed by the loss of one or two electrons from an element. neutral
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30 Humans have 23 pairs of chromosomes; Humans typically have 23 pairs pairs of chromosomes. entails
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As particulate matter is added to the water, the light scattering characteristics and the color are changed. Translucent matter transmits light but scatters the light as it passes through. neutral
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Homogeneous Mixture (same category as a Solution) A system of two or more substances (elements or compounds) that are interspersed like the gases making up the air. Solution is the term for a homogeneous mixture of two or more substances. entails
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Fractional Urea Excretion (FEUN), Plasma or Serum and Urine Urea is made in the liver and excreted in urine. neutral
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Thus, in this part of the lesson, the method for determining the slope of a line on a velocity-time graph will be discussed. In a position-time graph, the slope of the line represents the velocity. neutral
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The normal use of this organ is demonstrated by the snake's tongue flicking in and out, tasting things that it touches with its tongue, or seemingly, sampling the air around it. Snakes use their tongue to smell things. entails
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yields from equilibrium reactions can sometimes be improved by changing the conditions the products from competing reactions may or may not be useful competing reactions, giving other products which might be difficult or expensive to separate from the main product. The amount of product that may be produced by a reaction under specified conditions is called theoretical yield. neutral
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fracking, or hydraulic fracturing  The cracking open of undergound rocks by introducing liquid at high pressure, especially to extract natural gas. Fracking delivers natural gas from rock that might not otherwise be obtainable. entails
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The class is divided into seven sections. Mollusks can be divided into seven classes. neutral
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Infancy and Childhood An individual grows quickly and develops new abilities during their infancy and childhood. neutral
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The snake's tongue is harmless. Snakes use their tongue to smell things. neutral
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Many types of Salmonella cause disease in both animals and people. Lifestyle diseases are diseases that are caused by choices that people make in their daily lives. neutral
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and ionic compounds, composed of cations of one substance and anions of another. When naming an ionic compound, the cation is written first. neutral
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In 2011, Crownover coauthored House Bill 3328, which required natural gas drilling operators engaged in hydraulic fracturing to disclose the chemicals used in the fracking process; Fracking delivers natural gas from rock that might not otherwise be obtainable. neutral
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In order for an object to have a smell it must release molecules into the air. If a substance does not release molecules into the air from its surface, it will not have a smell. entails
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wavelength A measure of distance between the beginning and end, two corresponding points, or a complete cycle in a wave. Wavelength is the distance between two corresponding points of adjacent waves called. entails
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Metabolic excretory product Excretory organ Excreted as Carbon dioxide Urea Excess water Bile pigments Lungs Gas in expired air Kidneys Constituent in urine Kidneys Constituent in urine Liver Constituent in faeces Urea is made in the liver and excreted in urine. neutral
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An example for a homogeneous mixture is a solution. Solution is the term for a homogeneous mixture of two or more substances. entails
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The cranium is the part of the skull that surrounds and protects the brain. The cranium (skull) protect(s) the brain. entails
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Joints are located wherever two or more bones meet. Joints are the location where bones come together. entails
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Kinetic energy is energy of motion. Kinetic energy is the energy of motion. entails
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The atomic masses in the periodic chart are based on carbon having 12 nuclear residents (6 protons and 6 neutrons). A carbon atom with 6 protons and 8 neutrons is more specifically known as carbon 14. neutral
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Nuclear energy is the energy that holds together the nuclei of atoms. Bond energy holds atoms together. neutral
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When a solvent surrounds the cations and anions of an ionic compound. When naming an ionic compound, the cation is written first. neutral
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Some "unconventional" myosin molecules are involved in endocytosis, which basically involves pinching off a piece of the cell membrane, making a vesicle, and importing it into the cell body for further processing. Vesicles are basic tools of the cell for organizing metabolism, transport, and storage of molecules. neutral
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Population The sum of all the same species in a given area. All the members of a species that live in the same area form a population. entails
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Blood clotting is a process that requires the following three steps to be successful. Three steps are involved in blood clotting. entails
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Human beings have 46 chromosomes, arranged in 23 pairs. Humans typically have 23 pairs pairs of chromosomes. entails
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Some types of parasites are tapeworms, giardia, protozoa, flukes, roundworms, whipworms, hookworms, and pinworms. A hookworm is classified as a parasite. entails
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Interkinesis or interphase II is a period of rest that cells of some species enter during meiosis, between meiosis I and meiosis II. Cells may enter a period of rest known as interkinesis. entails
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The spleen filters bacteria and particulate matter (especially deteriorated red blood cells) from the blood. The main function of the spleen is to filter the blood and remove unwanted red blood cells. entails
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Erratics, or rocks dumped by retreating glaciers, littered the landscape. A glacier leaves behind bare rock when it retreats. neutral
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The energy of motion is called Kinetic Energy (KE). Kinetic energy is the energy of motion. entails
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AMINES Alkyl derivatives of ammonia are called amines. An amine is an organic compound that can be considered to be a derivative of ammonia. entails
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Human cells have 23 pairs of chromosomes. Humans typically have 23 pairs pairs of chromosomes. entails
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Producers are autotrophs, and they capture and transform energy by photosynthesis and absorb dissolved carbon dioxide, and use energy from the sun, to convert the carbon into organic molecules, thus supplying food for themselves and all other organisms that live in the stream. You call organisms that store chemical energy in carbohydrate food molecules they produce themselves autotrophs. entails
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The energy of motion, or kinetic energy, is a form of energy. Kinetic energy is the energy of motion. entails
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people have 23 pairs of chromosomes. Humans typically have 23 pairs pairs of chromosomes. entails
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The structure formed by the centrosomes and the microtubules is named mitotic spindle, due to its characteristic shape, holding the chromosomes between the two centrosomes. A mitotic spindle forms from the centrosomes. entails
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Infancy and early childhood are times of rapid growth and development. An individual grows quickly and develops new abilities during their infancy and childhood. entails
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Hookworms are also parasites. A hookworm is classified as a parasite. entails
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Because a bird needs a safe place to lay its eggs, a bird builds a nest. Birds build nests to safe place. entails
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Lighting Lighting is a matter of preference. Translucent matter transmits light but scatters the light as it passes through. neutral
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Vapor pressures are measured in torr or in millimeters of mercury (mm Hg) at a certain temperature. A torr is a unit used to measure pressure. entails
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An electrical current activates a voice-coil (a solenoid or coil of wire that gives the speaker its voice) that acts as an electromagnet which is wrapped around a permanent magnet. A solenoid or coil wrapped around iron or certain other metals can form a(n) electromagnet. entails
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They fall off after pollen is dispersed, leaving the ovate (female) cones to develop into familiar seed bearing pine cones. The end of a pine tree branch bears the male cones that produce pollen. neutral
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Humans have 46 chromosomes in their cells.) Other than gametes, normal human cells have a total of 46 chromosomes per cell. entails
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This means that when paired to a non factor mate they produce, in the case of the SF,50% SF birds and 50% non factor birds. Birds pair up with the same bird in mating season. neutral
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The plasma membrane of a muscle cell 5. The plasma membrane controls what goes in and out of a cell. neutral
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Muscular strength is the ability of a muscle to exert force for a brief period of time, while muscular endurance is a muscle's (or group of muscles') ability to sustain repeated contractions or to continue to apply force against a fixed object. Strength, the ability of a muscle to use force during a contraction, differs from endurance, meaning the ability of a muscle to continue to contract over time without getting tired. entails
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Identify that a population consists of all the individuals of a species that occur together at a given place and time, and that populations living together form a community. All the members of a species that live in the same area form a population. entails
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The distance between two successive wave crests and troughs is called the wavelength , L . Wavelength is the distance between two corresponding points of adjacent waves called. entails
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Prokaryotes lack a nucleus and other membrane-bound organelles, although they have circular DNA and ribosomes. Prokaryotes are unicellular organisms that lack organelles surrounded by membranes. entails
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Boryslaw had many small streams, the tributaries of the Tys'mienica. Tributaries is the term for small streams. entails
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The male pine cones, which dangle at the ends of lower branches, have many pollen sacks which produce and hold pollen. The end of a pine tree branch bears the male cones that produce pollen. entails
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If an electron is unpaired then another atom or molecule can easily bond to it causing a chemical reaction. Replace another in a molecule happens to atoms during a substitution reaction. neutral
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Graphical models of the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) and a large number of digitized close-out photographs of the instrument are available. A telescope is used to make objects in space appear closer. neutral
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A solution is a homogeneous mixture in which one or more substances, called solutes are said to be dissolved in another substance, called the solvent . A solution forms when one substance dissolves into another. entails
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Normal resting human cells have 46 chromosomes corresponding to 7.10 -12 pg DNA per cell nucleus. Other than gametes, normal human cells have a total of 46 chromosomes per cell. entails
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Humans have 23 pairs of chromosomes (46 in all). Humans typically have 23 pairs pairs of chromosomes. entails
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Coffee is the second-largest traded commodity, after oil. The everyday beverage coffee is a commodity second only to oil in worldwide trade. entails
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Four of these are used on two instruments, the UCSD Faint Object Spectrometer (FOS), and the Goddard High Resolution Spectrometer (GHRS), on the Hubble Space Telescope (HST). A telescope is used to make objects in space appear closer. neutral
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There are attractive and repulsive forces between gas particles. Particles in the gas state of matter do not experience any force of mutual attraction or repulsion. neutral
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gas A state of matter that possesses particles that that are free to move about with no forces holding them together. Particles in the gas state of matter do not experience any force of mutual attraction or repulsion. entails
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Effects on Coastal Process Tides, wind waves, and ocean currents cause ocean water to be continuously in motion. Winds causes most ocean waves. neutral
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Gluconeogenesis synthesizes glucose from pyruvate, and glycolysis converts glucose into pyruvate. Gluconeogenesis is the synthesis of glucose from pyruvate, lactate and glycerol. entails
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Human intestinal microflora S156 6.2. We call the microflora that aid in the digestion process intestinal flora. neutral
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Semiconductors typically contain silicon or germanium (green) , elements with four valence electrons, which form the covalent bonds between atoms. Valence is the term for the number of covalent bonds an atom can form. neutral
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Counting calories A calorie is a unit of measurement used to express the energy value of food. The energy content of foods is often expressed in calories. entails
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Amine Derivatives of ammonia in which one or more hydrogen atoms have been replaced by organic groups. An amine is an organic compound that can be considered to be a derivative of ammonia. entails
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Humans didnt cause global warming, and humans can t stop it. Human beings is/are the main cause of recent global warming. neutral
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TORR (See Micron) A unit of measure equivalent to the amount of pressure in 1000 microns. A torr is a unit used to measure pressure. entails
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A population consists of organisms of the same species that live in the same area. All the members of a species that live in the same area form a population. entails
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Multiple Covalent Bonds a) Atoms with fewer than seven valence electrons can form covalent bonds in two ways. Valence is the term for the number of covalent bonds an atom can form. neutral
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Ligaments are strong bands of tissue that connect bones at the joint. A ligament is a short band of tough connective tissue that connects bones together to form a joint. entails
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The primary facility of the building is a subterranean, multipurpose ballroom that can be divided into as many as seven rooms. Mollusks can be divided into seven classes. neutral
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However, if one of the neutrons changed to a proton it would become Carbon 12, with 6 of each nucleon, this is more stable. A carbon atom with 6 protons and 8 neutrons is more specifically known as carbon 14. neutral
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Benthos and benthic refers to living on or under substrate at the bottom of the ocean. Living things on the ocean floor are known as benthos. entails
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Students study mechanics, wave motion, electromagnetism, photons, atoms and nuclei, and a special research topic. The specialized study of the motion of objects that are atomic/subatomic in size is called quantum mechanics. neutral
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Calories measure the energy content of the food we eat. The energy content of foods is often expressed in calories. entails
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Subject matter having a material which affects the distribution of light either by preventing the light from passing therethrough or by randomly scattering the light as it passes therethrough. Translucent matter transmits light but scatters the light as it passes through. neutral
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the atom of carbon has six protons and six neutrons, and so on. A carbon atom with 6 protons and 8 neutrons is more specifically known as carbon 14. neutral
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It might even be an awareness of quantum mechanical processes at the atomic or subatomic level. The specialized study of the motion of objects that are atomic/subatomic in size is called quantum mechanics. neutral
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Aer (air), Hermogenes, may be explained as the element which raises (airei) things from the earth, or as ever flowing (aei rei), or because the flux of the air is wind, and the poets call the winds 'air- blasts,' (aetai); You call air flowing over earth’s surface wind. neutral
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Nuclide refers to a nucleus rather than to an atom. The different types of nuclei are referred to as nuclides. entails
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Skeletal, Muscular, and Integumentary Systems 2. Together, the muscular and skeletal organs are known as the musculoskeletal system. neutral
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Each molecule contains the genes for two ribosomal RNAs (s-rRNA and l- rRNA), 22 transfer RNAs (tRNAs) and 12 proteins, all of which are transcribed in the same direction. A ribosome consists of two elements, rrna and proteins. entails
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Most carbon atoms in the world have six protons and six neutrons in their nucleus. A carbon atom with 6 protons and 8 neutrons is more specifically known as carbon 14. neutral
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The principle is that the slope of the line on a position-time graph reveals useful information about the velocity of the object. In a position-time graph, the slope of the line represents the velocity. entails
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Diffusion is when particles move from a high concentrated area to a low concentrated area. Diffusion is the process in which a substance naturally moves from an area of higher to lower concentration. entails
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Forrest Holly s thorough studies and extensive thermal-plume monitoring and modeling have resulted in removal of the temperature standard for cooling water discharges from the National Pollution Discharge Elimination System permits for three power plants. When the temperature of water is increased after being used in cooling, it is thermal pollution. neutral
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It addition, it can break the self-perpetuating chain of oxidative reactions initiated by damage to unsaturated fatty acids in our membranes. Unsaturated fatty acids have bent chains. neutral
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Humans have 46 chromosomes that are organized into 23 pairs. Humans typically have 23 pairs pairs of chromosomes. entails
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This shunting action causes track circuit voltage to short-circuit and prevent electrical energy from reaching the control relays. We use voltage to keep track of electric potential energy. neutral
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Many anaerobic organisms are obligate anaerobes, meaning that they can respire only using anaerobic compounds and will die in the presence of oxygen. A(n) anaerobic organism does not need oxygen for growth and dies in its presence. entails
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A solution is a homogeneous mixture of two or more substances. Solution is the term for a homogeneous mixture of two or more substances. entails
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This maximizes the attractive forces between positive and negative ions. Electrical force has negative attraction. neutral
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However, because they are not associated with ionic bonding, these cations have a special name. When naming an ionic compound, the cation is written first. neutral
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Designers ensure that the reaction proceeds with the highest efficiency towards the desired output product, producing the highest yield of product while requiring the least amount of money to purchase and operate. The amount of product that may be produced by a reaction under specified conditions is called theoretical yield. neutral
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Metallic bonding is an extension of covalent bonding where all the valence or outermost electrons are shared by all the constituent atoms of a material. Valence is the term for the number of covalent bonds an atom can form. neutral
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It occurred in 38 women with 17% having blood clots travelling to the lung compared to the placebo group where five women had blood clots and three had lung emboli or involvement. Three steps are involved in blood clotting. neutral
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Diffusion is the passive movement of liquid or gas particles from an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration. Diffusion is the process in which a substance naturally moves from an area of higher to lower concentration. entails
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Extensive properties , such as mass and volume , depend on the amount of matter being measured. The extensive property is a property that depends on the amount of matter in a sample. entails
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environmental catalysis and reaction engineering; Instead of heat, organisms use catalysis to speed up reactions. neutral
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Solution" means a chemical in a liquid form that contains a dissolved substance. A solution forms when one substance dissolves into another. entails
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Cations are also a part of certain organic compounds. When naming an ionic compound, the cation is written first. neutral
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Kinetic energy is energy associated with motion. Kinetic energy is the energy of motion. entails
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Meiosis is a special type of cell division that occurs in the production of the gametes, or eggs and sperm. Gametogenesis, the production of sperm and eggs, takes place through the process of meiosis. entails
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Hookworm Infections in Cats Hookworms are intestinal parasites of the cat (and dog). A hookworm is classified as a parasite. entails
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5)  The sun is the ultimate source of energy for all living organisms. The energy stored in the organic molecules of food ultimately comes from the sun. entails
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3) Ideal gas molecules exert neither an attractive force nor repulsive force on each other. Particles in the gas state of matter do not experience any force of mutual attraction or repulsion. entails
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and, individuals with mental disorders first evident in infancy, childhood or adolescence. An individual grows quickly and develops new abilities during their infancy and childhood. neutral
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As part of this effort, Lorente de Nó first synthesized a series of quaternary ammonium compounds, including tetramethylammonium (TEA), which he substituted for monovalent cations (especially sodium) in his studies of the ionic basis of the nerve impulse (1949). When naming an ionic compound, the cation is written first. neutral
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The wavelength is the distance between two adjacent troughs for the same wave. Wavelength is the distance between two corresponding points of adjacent waves called. entails
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The cold, deep waters from below rise to the surface to replace these diverted waters, causing upwelling. Upwelling is the term for when deep ocean water rises to the surface. entails
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As the wolf population in Wisconsin and Michigan achieves habitat saturation or as the cultural carrying capacity is approached, the rapid growth rates are expected to slow and likely will eventually stop. Growth stops when a population reaches the carrying capacity. entails
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Glycolysis is common to both fermentation and respiration, so pyruvate is a key juncture in catabolism Figure 9.18 3. Glycolysis is a series of reactions that is common to fermentation and cellular respiration. entails
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Geothermal energy taps the heat that exists deep underground. Geothermal power is generated via underground sources of heat. entails
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wavelength The distance between adjacent peaks in a series of periodic waves. Wavelength is the distance between two corresponding points of adjacent waves called. entails
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The newly synthesized RNA, called messenger RNA, or mRNA, moves quickly to bodies in the cytoplasm called ribosomes, which are composed of two particles made of protein bound to ribosomal RNA, or rRNA. A ribosome consists of two elements, rrna and proteins. entails
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5. Explain how energy flows through ecosystems and why the energy transfer at each trophic level results in a loss of energy. Pyramid ecosystem is used to show energy flow through the trophic levels. neutral
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The wavelength is the distance between two adjacent crests of a wave. Wavelength is the distance between two corresponding points of adjacent waves called. entails
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Their tongues are used to feel things. Snakes use their tongue to smell things. neutral
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Chemistry- Atoms, Reactions & Inorganic Molecules 3. Replace another in a molecule happens to atoms during a substitution reaction. neutral
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Unsaturated fatty acids have bent chains, like all the other fatty acids in the figure. Unsaturated fatty acids have bent chains. entails
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Chemical- energy stored as bonds between atoms. Bond energy holds atoms together. neutral
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wavelength The distance between adjacent peaks (or adjacent troughs) on a wave . Wavelength is the distance between two corresponding points of adjacent waves called. entails
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The chemical energy of foods is most often expressed in units of calories or kilocalories (kcal). The energy content of foods is often expressed in calories. entails
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Diffusion is the chemical process when molecules from a material move from an area of high concentration (where there are lots of molecules) to an area of low concentration (where there are fewer molecules). Diffusion is the process in which a substance naturally moves from an area of higher to lower concentration. entails
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The copperhead like all other snakes has a forked tongue which it uses to smell and touch. Snakes use their tongue to smell things. entails
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The energy of an object in motion is known as kinetic energy. Kinetic energy is the energy of motion. entails
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Nineteen saturated and unsaturated aliphatic fatty acids, ranging in carbon chain length from C2 to C18, were detected. Unsaturated fatty acids have bent chains. neutral
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An atom that is positively charged due to the loss of an electron is called a Positive Ion or CATION . Cations are formed by the loss of one or two electrons from an element. entails
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It is becoming clear that an adequate level of long-chain highly unsaturated fatty acids in the nervous system is required for optimal function and development; Unsaturated fatty acids have bent chains. neutral
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Galileo constructed his first telescope, which made objects appear three times nearer and larger, and used it to make his first astronomical observations. A telescope is used to make objects in space appear closer. entails
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The 3 long chain polyunsaturated fatty acid, DHA is one of the most unsaturated fatty acids in the human body and is highly enriched in membrane lipids of rod photoreceptors. Unsaturated fatty acids have bent chains. neutral
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Earthquakes are measured on a variety of scales that attempt to describe their magnitude and intensity. Seismologists originally measured the intensity of an earthquake with the mercalli scale. neutral
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For example, HABs in Spain and California might be linked to a physical ocean process called upwelling (when deep ocean water comes up to the surface near the coast of a continent). Upwelling is the term for when deep ocean water rises to the surface. entails
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Discuss the effects of exercise on nervous and muscle tissue. Only animals have muscle tissue and nervous tissue. neutral
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A population is a group of individuals of the same species living in the same area at the same time. All the members of a species that live in the same area form a population. entails
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The liver makes urea and the kidney puts the urea into our urine. Urea is made in the liver and excreted in urine. entails
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Carbon 14 is radioactive because, as other atoms with the wrong percentage of neutrons to protons, it is unstable. A carbon atom with 6 protons and 8 neutrons is more specifically known as carbon 14. neutral
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Plasma is a state of matter that forms when tremendous amounts of energy cause the bonds that hold atoms together to break apart. Bond energy holds atoms together. neutral
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Kinetic Energy Energy of motion is called kinetic energy. Kinetic energy is the energy of motion. entails
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The atomic nuclei of these isotopes all contain 6 protons, which defines them as carbon, but they have 6, 7 and 8 neutrons, respectively, which gives them different masses. A carbon atom with 6 protons and 8 neutrons is more specifically known as carbon 14. neutral
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Flagella and cilia are extensions of the plasma membrane of many cells. The plasma membrane controls what goes in and out of a cell. neutral
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Some psychoactive drugs, like caffeine and alcohol, have socially accepted uses. Caffeine and alcohol are two examples of a psychoactive. entails
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Catalysis and Reaction Engineering. Instead of heat, organisms use catalysis to speed up reactions. neutral
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TRANSLUCENT Having the property of certain light previous materials which results in the random internal scattering of light rays passing through the material. Translucent matter transmits light but scatters the light as it passes through. entails
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So if the pair doesn't mate I could use my male bird. Birds pair up with the same bird in mating season. neutral
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Prokaryotic cells are surrounded by a membrane, but they contain no nucleus or other internal parts (organelles), contrary to eukaryotic cells. Prokaryotes are unicellular organisms that lack organelles surrounded by membranes. entails
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See lessons on biomembranes Functional group Those particular atoms of a biomolecule which are capable of undergoing a chemical reaction with another molecule. Replace another in a molecule happens to atoms during a substitution reaction. neutral
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Germs cause disease, not lifestyles. Lifestyle diseases are diseases that are caused by choices that people make in their daily lives. neutral
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Calories- Fuel or energy value of food as expressed by the amount of heat necessary to raise one gram of water one degree Celsius. The energy content of foods is often expressed in calories. entails
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torr A unit of measure of pressure, 760 Torr is standard pressure at sea level transmission microscope A microscope in which the image-forming rays pass through (are transmitted by) the specimen being observed. A torr is a unit used to measure pressure. entails
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We have implicated the Xlim-1 protein in the stimulation of production of signals that induce neighboring cells to nervous tissue (neural induction) and modify ventral mesoderm to muscle and other dorsolateral tissues (dorsalization). Only animals have muscle tissue and nervous tissue. neutral
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One definition of an acid is a substance that produces hydrogen ions in aqueous solution. Acids release hydrogen ions, by definition. entails
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A normal human cell has 46 chromosomes. Other than gametes, normal human cells have a total of 46 chromosomes per cell. entails
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In reality, both types are nuclear energy because they involve the energy that holds atoms together. Bond energy holds atoms together. neutral
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Divide the class into four teams of six or seven students. Mollusks can be divided into seven classes. neutral
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Severity of infection is related to the cell wall and capsule antigens. The capsule is the layer outside the cell wall in a prokaryote. neutral
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Studying the distribution of NTE in rats, hen and man have revealed that NTE is present not only in the nervous tissues but lymphatic and other tissues as well. Only animals have muscle tissue and nervous tissue. neutral
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A SOLUTION is a homogeneous mixture of two or more substances with the substance present in the largest amount categorized as the solvent and the other(s) are called solutes. Solution is the term for a homogeneous mixture of two or more substances. entails
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Wind Wind refers to the horizontal movement of air across the earth's surface. You call air flowing over earth’s surface wind. entails
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Show that maximum population growth rate is at half the carrying capacity. Growth stops when a population reaches the carrying capacity. neutral
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1 The Mercalli method of measuring earthquake intensity in terms of damage incurred originated in 1902 and continued to about 1935, when the Richter method of recording earthquake magnitude in terms of energy released replaced the Mercalli scale. Seismologists originally measured the intensity of an earthquake with the mercalli scale. entails
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This energy of motion is called kinetic energy. Kinetic energy is the energy of motion. entails
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Heroin, cocaine, marijuana, nicotine, alcohol, and caffeine are all psychoactive drugs. Caffeine and alcohol are two examples of a psychoactive. entails
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Wavelength is the distance measured along the line of propagation, between the crests of two adjacent waves (Figure 1). Wavelength is the distance between two corresponding points of adjacent waves called. entails
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The penis mostly consists of the urethra and three cylindrical bodies of erectile tissues. The human penis contains the urethra, as well as three cylinders of spongy erectile tissue. entails
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Activities This class is divided up into seven weekly units. Mollusks can be divided into seven classes. neutral
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Please, I'm not arguing against the Hubble Space Telescope as a valuable scientific instrument that will surely provide useful information about our solar system and nearby objects nor any other such instrument. A telescope is used to make objects in space appear closer. neutral
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the spleen, which is a gland that filters bacteria and old red blood cells from the body; The main function of the spleen is to filter the blood and remove unwanted red blood cells. entails
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specificity in enzyme catalyzed reactions, the use of recombinant DNA techniques to describe and modify enzyme catalysis, the function of enzymes in organic solvents, and the development of new catalytic activities through monoclonal antibody techniques. Instead of heat, organisms use catalysis to speed up reactions. neutral
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An innovative way of power generation involves the utilization of geothermal energy, the energy of hot water that exists naturally underground (hot springs), as the heat source. Geothermal power is generated via underground sources of heat. entails
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Nuclide A general term referring to any nucleus plus its orbital electrons. The different types of nuclei are referred to as nuclides. entails
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97% of climate experts agree humans are causing global warming. Human beings is/are the main cause of recent global warming. entails
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The Ionic Lattice In most ionic compounds, the anions are much larger than the cations, and it is the anions which form the crystal array. When naming an ionic compound, the cation is written first. neutral
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A survey of tissues, intergumentary, skeletal, muscle, and nervous system. Only animals have muscle tissue and nervous tissue. neutral
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A nuclide is a type of nucleus. The different types of nuclei are referred to as nuclides. entails
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Urea forms chiefly in the liver, and is eliminated mostly in the urine. Urea is made in the liver and excreted in urine. entails
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Conversely, upwelling zones are areas where the deep ocean water masses emerge to the surface. Upwelling is the term for when deep ocean water rises to the surface. entails
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Carbon 14 has six protons and eight neutrons. A carbon atom with 6 protons and 8 neutrons is more specifically known as carbon 14. entails
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The integumentary, skeletal, and muscular systems. Together, the muscular and skeletal organs are known as the musculoskeletal system. neutral
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A solution is a specific type of mixture where one substance is dissolved into another. A solution forms when one substance dissolves into another. entails
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Humans have 23 pair of chromosomes. Humans typically have 23 pairs pairs of chromosomes. entails
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In contrast, a prokaryotic cell (right) does not have membrane-bound DNA and also lacks other membrane-bound organelles as well. Prokaryotes are unicellular organisms that lack organelles surrounded by membranes. entails
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5.3 m recovered), contains a variety of felsic volcanic and volcaniclastic rocks (Figs. Felsic igneous rocks contain felsic minerals, typically contain aluminum and sodium and are high in silica. neutral
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The benthos are organisms (animals and plants) that live on the sea floor. Living things on the ocean floor are known as benthos. entails
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All normal human cells (except gametes) have two of each chromosome, for a total of 46 chromosomes per cell. Other than gametes, normal human cells have a total of 46 chromosomes per cell. entails
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Coffee is the second most highly traded commodity in the world after oil, and the industry is a major employer throughout Latin America, Asia, and Africa. The everyday beverage coffee is a commodity second only to oil in worldwide trade. entails
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Biodiversity is the variation and variety of genes, organisms and species found in an ecosystem. Biodiversity is the term for the measurement of the amount of variation of species in a given area. entails
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Another common unit of pressure is the torr, or millimeter of mercury. A torr is a unit used to measure pressure. entails
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In humans and other mammal species, sex is determined by two sex chromosomes called the X chromosome and the Y chromosome. Mammalian sex determination is determined genetically by the presence of chromosomes identified by the letters x and y. entails
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granodiorite -- Igneous plutonic rock, less felsic than granite, typically light in color; Felsic igneous rocks contain felsic minerals, typically contain aluminum and sodium and are high in silica. neutral
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Theoretical yield is the amount of product predicted by the chemical equation. The amount of product that may be produced by a reaction under specified conditions is called theoretical yield. entails
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Topics covered include the special theory of relativity, theory for a one-electrom atom, and x-ray spectra, a study of the subatomic particles, assemblies of particles, mass spectra, bonding energies, photoelectric effect, Compton effect, pair production and quantum mechanics. The specialized study of the motion of objects that are atomic/subatomic in size is called quantum mechanics. neutral
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In cancer cells, this process goes awry resulting in cells with multiple centrosomes as well as abnormal mitotic spindles. A mitotic spindle forms from the centrosomes. neutral
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The ribosome (composed of both rRNA and protein) has two subunits and the transcribed mRNA fits between the two subunits. A ribosome consists of two elements, rrna and proteins. entails
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You can use your own class plus seven other classes or two classes divided into four groups each (8 groups in all). Mollusks can be divided into seven classes. neutral
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This most common type is found in connective, muscle, nervous, and endocrine tissues. Only animals have muscle tissue and nervous tissue. neutral
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Replacing hydrogen atoms with fluorine atoms in hydrocarbon produces molecules known as fluorocarbons . Replace another in a molecule happens to atoms during a substitution reaction. neutral
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Divide your class into seven groups. Mollusks can be divided into seven classes. neutral
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Carbon-12 is the isotope of carbon whose atomic nucleus contains 6 protons and 6 neutrons. A carbon atom with 6 protons and 8 neutrons is more specifically known as carbon 14. neutral
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Motor neurons These transmit impulses from the central nervous system to the muscles and glands that carry out the response. The motor system consists of neurons that carry signals to skeletal muscles. neutral
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The firm says that, if IT managers divide seven into 10,000, it can be seen that as many as 1,429 changes will fail. Mollusks can be divided into seven classes. neutral
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An electromagnet, in its simplest form, is a wire that has been coiled into one or more loops, known as a solenoid. A solenoid or coil wrapped around iron or certain other metals can form a(n) electromagnet. entails
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Snakes don't sting or use their forked tongues as weapons. Snakes use their tongue to smell things. neutral
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Finally, to keep electric field constant, voltage is reduced by 30%, reducing energy by 65% and power (at 1.4x frequency) by 50%. We use voltage to keep track of electric potential energy. neutral
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Disc 1, Side A Enzymes and Substrates, Disc 1, Side A Life and Energy, Disc 1, Side B Cellular Respiration, Glycolysis and Fermentation, Aerobic Respiration; Glycolysis is a series of reactions that is common to fermentation and cellular respiration. neutral
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Then, divide your class into seven groups. Mollusks can be divided into seven classes. neutral
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Glycolysis is common to both fermentation and respiration, so pyruvate is a key juncture in catabolism. Glycolysis is a series of reactions that is common to fermentation and cellular respiration. entails
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Diffusion movement of a substance from an area of high concentration to an area of lower concentration. Diffusion is the process in which a substance naturally moves from an area of higher to lower concentration. entails
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benthos The aggregate of organisms living on or at the bottom of a body of water. Living things on the ocean floor are known as benthos. entails
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Chromosomes come in pairs, and a normal human cell contains 46 chromosomes--22 pairs of autosomes and two sex chromosomes. Other than gametes, normal human cells have a total of 46 chromosomes per cell. entails
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The benthos is simply a term describing all the organisms living on or in the ocean bottom. Living things on the ocean floor are known as benthos. entails
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Additional enzymes are needed to generate the longer chain fatty acids and unsaturated acids commonly found in triacylglycerols and phospholipids. Unsaturated fatty acids have bent chains. neutral
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With the exception of gametes, all normal cells in the human contain 46 chromosomes. Other than gametes, normal human cells have a total of 46 chromosomes per cell. entails
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Intestinal hookworms are parasites of grazing livestock and man. A hookworm is classified as a parasite. entails
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The muscular system is an organ system consisting of skeletal, smooth and cardiac muscles. The motor system consists of neurons that carry signals to skeletal muscles. neutral
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Coffee is the second most heavily traded commodity after oil. The everyday beverage coffee is a commodity second only to oil in worldwide trade. entails
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At shorter ranges, the slant distance increases rapidly with shallower trajectories, offsetting the higher striking velocities and, thus, longer fuze-limited travel of the projectiles before detonating. Range is the maximum horizontal distance traveled by a projectile. neutral
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wavelength The distance between comparable points of two successive waves. Wavelength is the distance between two corresponding points of adjacent waves called. entails
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The theory of reaction rates and reaction rate catalysis using examples of CO2 hydration; Instead of heat, organisms use catalysis to speed up reactions. neutral
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Many prokaryotes have an extra layer, called a capsule, outside the cell wall. The capsule is the layer outside the cell wall in a prokaryote. entails
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Another reaction is substitution of tetranitromethane Replace another in a molecule happens to atoms during a substitution reaction. neutral
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Thermal pollution from hot water discharge from industrial areas is an additional threat to reef species, as many of them cannot withstand sudden and drastic increases in temperature. When the temperature of water is increased after being used in cooling, it is thermal pollution. neutral
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No place for birds to roost or nest. Birds build nests to safe place. neutral
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It is not often that fossils provide direct evidence of animal behavior. The presence of an animal fossil in a rock gives evidence of the time period the animal lived in. neutral
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mantle The layer of the Earth below the crust and above the core . The mantle layer of earth is located just below the crust. entails
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Body Electrical Systems 10. The nervous system sends electrical signals to all other body systems. neutral
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Water vapor in the atmosphere forms clouds as it cools and condenses . Water vapor must lose heat energy before clouds can form. entails
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Gases have no definite shape nor volume. Gas has no definite volume and no definite shape. entails
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A gas is matter that has no definite shape or volume, such as oxygen. Gas has no definite volume and no definite shape. entails
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In the most common system a vacuum is applied to reduce the boiling point of the water, or a spray or thin film of water is exposed to high heat, causing flash evaporation; Heat from the sun causes the most evaporation of water from a lake. neutral
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This is because the key energy source is the latent heat that's released when water vapor condenses into cloud droplets and rain. Water vapor must lose heat energy before clouds can form. entails
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Thus the lungs oxygenate the blood, while the heart pumps it to other organs. In your body, the heart and lungs work together to make sure that oxygen gets to all the other organs of your body. entails
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The invasive infection can affect the eye, causing blindness , and any other organ of the body, but especially the heart, lungs, brain, and kidneys. In your body, the heart and lungs work together to make sure that oxygen gets to all the other organs of your body. neutral
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gases have neither definite shape nor volume. Gas has no definite volume and no definite shape. entails
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In an ecosystem, fungi play the role of decomposers -- they break down dead organic matter and return vital nutrients to the soil. Decomposers are important in the food chain because they break down dead organisms and recycle nutrients into the soil. entails
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Fossils give us evidence about the plants and animals that lived long ago, and the nature of the environment at that time. The presence of an animal fossil in a rock gives evidence of the time period the animal lived in. entails
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Water vapor is an invisible gas, but the clouds of condensed water droplets refract and disperse the sun light and so are visible. Water vapor exists in the atmosphere as an invisible gas entails
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There is no person in the body nor in the nervous system. The nervous system sends electrical signals to all other body systems. neutral
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Mantle The layer that lies between the crust and the core of the earth. The mantle layer of earth is located just below the crust. entails
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This means that when the body demands more oxygen during exercise, less oxygen reaches the brain, heart, muscles and other organs. In your body, the heart and lungs work together to make sure that oxygen gets to all the other organs of your body. neutral
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As water vapor rises, it becomes cooler, losing energy and forming clouds. Water vapor must lose heat energy before clouds can form. entails
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mantle The mantle is the layer of the Earth located between the crust and the molten core. The mantle layer of earth is located just below the crust. entails
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Gases have no definite volume and no definite shape. Gas has no definite volume and no definite shape. entails
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Earth has three main layers, the outer most is the crust, the second layer is the mantle, and the third layer is the core. The mantle layer of earth is located just below the crust. entails
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Then, at 100 degrees C, the water becomes an invisible gas in the air, called water vapor. Water vapor exists in the atmosphere as an invisible gas entails
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Gas particles have enough kinetic energy to overcome intermolecular forces that hold solids and liquids together, thus a gas has no definite volume and no definite shape. Gas has no definite volume and no definite shape. entails
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So for clouds to form, water vapor must be present in the atmosphere. Water vapor must lose heat energy before clouds can form. neutral
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Gas is a form of matter that does not have a definite volume or shape. Gas has no definite volume and no definite shape. entails
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plants, animal bones, rocks, fossils. The presence of an animal fossil in a rock gives evidence of the time period the animal lived in. neutral
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Gases are characterized as having no definite shape or definite volume. Gas has no definite volume and no definite shape. entails
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The central nervous system acts like a telephone switchboard, sending electrical messages along the nerves to various parts of the body. The nervous system sends electrical signals to all other body systems. entails
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Decomposers break down dead organisms, returning nutrients to the soil so they can be used by plants. In a forest, decomposers help other organisms survive because they they put nutrients into the soil that plants use to grow. entails
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Mantle The inner layer below the outer crust of the earth. The mantle layer of earth is located just below the crust. entails
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Coprolites are classified as trace fossils as opposed to body fossils, as they give evidence for the animal's behaviour (in this case, diet) rather than morphology. The presence of an animal fossil in a rock gives evidence of the time period the animal lived in. neutral
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There are many, many types of decomposers that take dead plants and animals and break them down into nutrients in the soil so that plants can use them to grow. In a forest, decomposers help other organisms survive because they they put nutrients into the soil that plants use to grow. entails
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The financial system serves like the central nervous system of the human body, ensuring that all the other parts of the system respond appropriately. The nervous system sends electrical signals to all other body systems. neutral
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MANTLE The middle layer of a planet located between the crust, or surface, and the core. The mantle layer of earth is located just below the crust. entails
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Below the earth's crust is a layer known as the mantle, a warm and rocky insulation against the intense heat of the earth's inner core. The mantle layer of earth is located just below the crust. entails
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Each plate consists of a section of the earth's crust and a portion of the mantle, the thick layer of hot rock below the crust. The mantle layer of earth is located just below the crust. entails
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It's made within the mantle--the layer of rock that lies just beneath the earth's crust. The mantle layer of earth is located just below the crust. entails
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One can actually go to the appropriate geological strata and find fossils of the animals that lived at that time period. The presence of an animal fossil in a rock gives evidence of the time period the animal lived in. entails
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In the mid-1980s researchers found fossil animal burrows in rocks of the Ordovician Period; The presence of an animal fossil in a rock gives evidence of the time period the animal lived in. neutral
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Explain how arterio-venous 02-difference and oxygen extraction in the heart is unique when compared to other body organs. In your body, the heart and lungs work together to make sure that oxygen gets to all the other organs of your body. neutral
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The electrical signals of the nervous system move throughout the body to control movement, breathing, heart rate, the senses, and the ability to think and remember. The nervous system sends electrical signals to all other body systems. entails
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Tell the students that plants and animals called decomposers break down the dead body and recycle its nutrients into the soil or water so plants can use it to grow and make more food. In a forest, decomposers help other organisms survive because they they put nutrients into the soil that plants use to grow. entails
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Mycorrhizal fungi grow on the roots of plants, helping the plants absorb nutrients in the soil. In a forest, decomposers help other organisms survive because they they put nutrients into the soil that plants use to grow. neutral
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Mantle- thickest layer of the earth located right below the crust. The mantle layer of earth is located just below the crust. entails
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Since some water always exists in the sales gas composition, even if only at the ppm level, any change in the atmospheric temperature or pressure can cause the water vapor to condense in the pipelines. Water vapor exists in the atmosphere as an invisible gas neutral
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Each layer name represents a different period of time, and each contains fossilized remains of animals that lived during that era. The presence of an animal fossil in a rock gives evidence of the time period the animal lived in. entails
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A gas is a phase of matter that has no definite volume or shape. Gas has no definite volume and no definite shape. entails
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The gas phase does not have a definite shape or volume. Gas has no definite volume and no definite shape. entails
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Mantle The layer of rock that lies between the outer crust and the core of the earth. The mantle layer of earth is located just below the crust. entails
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Heart-lung RESEARCH -- People who donate organs and tissues for research make it possible for others to study the human body and the conditions that affect it. In your body, the heart and lungs work together to make sure that oxygen gets to all the other organs of your body. neutral
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A gas does not have a definite shape nor a definite size. Gas has no definite volume and no definite shape. entails
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A gas does not have a definite shape or volume. Gas has no definite volume and no definite shape. entails
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nervous system The nervous system is the body tissue that records and distributes information in the body using electrical and chemical transmission. The nervous system sends electrical signals to all other body systems. entails
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In order for rain to fall, ice crystals must form in the water vapor in clouds. Water vapor must lose heat energy before clouds can form. neutral
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In this never-ending process, the sun heats land and water surfaces causing water molecules to evaporate into the atmosphere. Heat from the sun causes the most evaporation of water from a lake. entails
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In this cycle, heat energy from the sun causes liquid water and ice to evaporate or sublimate and escape to the atmosphere as vapour. Heat from the sun causes the most evaporation of water from a lake. entails
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A gas has neither definite volume nor shape; Gas has no definite volume and no definite shape. entails
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Several pieces of evidence are needed to show that a rock was used by a fossil animal to aid its digestion. The presence of an animal fossil in a rock gives evidence of the time period the animal lived in. neutral
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Matter that has no definite shape and no definite volume is a gas . Gas has no definite volume and no definite shape. entails
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Glass image 1999 -www.arttoday.com Heat from the sun causes water in oceans, lakes, swamps, rivers, plants, and even our own bodies to evaporate into water vapor. Heat from the sun causes the most evaporation of water from a lake. entails
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Fossil The remains of a plant or animal preserved in rock. The presence of an animal fossil in a rock gives evidence of the time period the animal lived in. neutral
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Heat from the sun causes water from oceans, rivers, lakes, and soils to evaporate into the air and become water vapor. Heat from the sun causes the most evaporation of water from a lake. entails
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The middle layer of the earth is called the mantle , and the outer layer is the crust. The mantle layer of earth is located just below the crust. entails
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For water vapor to condense in clouds, particles so small they can be seen only through a microscope must be present. Water vapor must lose heat energy before clouds can form. neutral
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Like any other organs in our body, the heart needs a supply of blood and oxygen, and coronary arteries supply them. In your body, the heart and lungs work together to make sure that oxygen gets to all the other organs of your body. neutral
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Both have a definite shape, but only gases have a definite volume. Gas has no definite volume and no definite shape. neutral
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Many plants survive and grow in poor soils with limited nutrients. In a forest, decomposers help other organisms survive because they they put nutrients into the soil that plants use to grow. neutral
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for water vapor to form, they must move far apart. Water vapor must lose heat energy before clouds can form. neutral
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Gases have neither definite shape not definite volume. Gas has no definite volume and no definite shape. entails
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At the same time, trace fossils increased in diversity and abundance, including the first trace fossils that reflect the presence of animals with limbs. The presence of an animal fossil in a rock gives evidence of the time period the animal lived in. neutral
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Decomposers in the desert ecosystem recycle the nutrients in the dead organisms back into the soil. Decomposers are important in the food chain because they break down dead organisms and recycle nutrients into the soil. entails
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Plasma is very much like a gas because it, too, does not have a definite shape nor definite volume; Gas has no definite volume and no definite shape. entails
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Fossils of animals, plants or protists occur in sedimentary rock. The presence of an animal fossil in a rock gives evidence of the time period the animal lived in. neutral
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Since they are gases, they have no definite shape or volume. Gas has no definite volume and no definite shape. entails
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Decomposers are a special type of consumer that absorb food from decaying dead plants and animals and break them down into minerals, nutrients, and rich soil. Decomposers are important in the food chain because they break down dead organisms and recycle nutrients into the soil. entails
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MANTLE The Earth's inner layer of molten rock, lying beneath the Earth's crust and above the Earth's core of liquid iron and nickel. The mantle layer of earth is located just below the crust. entails
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Mantle The mantle is the layer of the earth 's crust between the crust and the core. The mantle layer of earth is located just below the crust. entails
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A gas (answer C) has neither a definite shape nor definite volume. Gas has no definite volume and no definite shape. entails
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A gas has no definite shape of its own and no defined volume. Gas has no definite volume and no definite shape. entails
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Gases have neither definite volume nor shape. Gas has no definite volume and no definite shape. entails
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A gas has neither a definite volume nor a definite shape. Gas has no definite volume and no definite shape. entails
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of the water budget is present as a gas (water vapor) in the atmosphere. Water vapor exists in the atmosphere as an invisible gas neutral
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All body systems are discussed with, emphasis on the nervous and cardiac systems. The nervous system sends electrical signals to all other body systems. neutral
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The gas phase includes water vapor and atmospheric air. Water vapor exists in the atmosphere as an invisible gas neutral
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The Decomposers form the fourth component of the pond habitat food chain, which help to recycle the nutrients in the ecosystem. Decomposers are important in the food chain because they break down dead organisms and recycle nutrients into the soil. entails
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However, a gas is a substance with neither a definite shape nor volume. Gas has no definite volume and no definite shape. entails
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Water vapor condenses around these particles and clouds are formed. Water vapor must lose heat energy before clouds can form. neutral
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These can then be interpreted to form cloud, water vapor, and sea surface temperature maps. Water vapor must lose heat energy before clouds can form. neutral
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mantle That portion of the Earth below the crust and The mantle layer of earth is located just below the crust. entails
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When plants and animals die and decay, the nutrients get recycled by the decomposers so that other plants can use them as they grow. In a forest, decomposers help other organisms survive because they they put nutrients into the soil that plants use to grow. entails
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The water rises as invisible vapor and is collected in the atmosphere. Water vapor exists in the atmosphere as an invisible gas entails
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These nutrients help other plants grow. In a forest, decomposers help other organisms survive because they they put nutrients into the soil that plants use to grow. neutral
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The nervous system of the human body, as well as other vertebrates and insects, uses electrical switching centers to make the system work. The nervous system sends electrical signals to all other body systems. entails
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Shock is the severe condition that depresses body functions and can keep the heart, lungs, and other organs from working normally. In your body, the heart and lungs work together to make sure that oxygen gets to all the other organs of your body. neutral
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It sends carbon monoxide into your body which helps to rob your heart as well as other organs from getting the oxygen your heart and organs need to work correctly. In your body, the heart and lungs work together to make sure that oxygen gets to all the other organs of your body. neutral
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Mantle The layer of rock that lies between the crust and the outer core of the Earth. The mantle layer of earth is located just below the crust. entails
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Gases have no definite volume or shape. Gas has no definite volume and no definite shape. entails
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The normal functioning of the nervous system is controlled by specific signals sent through the body by chemical and electrical mechanisms(nerve impulses). The nervous system sends electrical signals to all other body systems. entails
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They are decomposers, they breakdown dead plants and animals and release nutrients into the soils for plants to use. In a forest, decomposers help other organisms survive because they they put nutrients into the soil that plants use to grow. entails
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The sun kickstarts the whole cycle by heating all the Earth's water and making it evaporate. Heat from the sun causes the most evaporation of water from a lake. entails
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Now discuss how a gas has no definite volume or shape. Gas has no definite volume and no definite shape. entails
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During this period marine animals with mineralized shells made their first appearance and Cambrian rocks are the first to contain an abundance of fossils. The presence of an animal fossil in a rock gives evidence of the time period the animal lived in. neutral
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As decomposers of organic material, they help keep the soil fertile, and recycle once-living matter into valuable nutrients for plants. In a forest, decomposers help other organisms survive because they they put nutrients into the soil that plants use to grow. entails
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Thus gas does not have a definite shape and volume. Gas has no definite volume and no definite shape. entails
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Evaporation is when the sun heats up water in rivers or lakes or the ocean and turns it into vapor or steam. Heat from the sun causes the most evaporation of water from a lake. entails
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Scientists believe that acidic water dissolves the nutrients and helpful minerals in the soil and then washes them away before the trees and other plants can use them to grow. In a forest, decomposers help other organisms survive because they they put nutrients into the soil that plants use to grow. neutral
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The brain controls all of the functions of the body by sending electrical impulses throughout the nervous system. The nervous system sends electrical signals to all other body systems. entails
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These pollutants react with water vapor in the clouds and form acids. Water vapor must lose heat energy before clouds can form. neutral
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Each species has an average body size that works well in its environment, and the body's organs, such as the lungs and heart, are designed to work best at that size and weight. In your body, the heart and lungs work together to make sure that oxygen gets to all the other organs of your body. neutral
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The gas phase of water is known as water vapor, and it is invisible. Water vapor exists in the atmosphere as an invisible gas entails
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Areca nut affects almost all organs of the human body, including the brain, heart, lungs, gastrointestinal tract and reproductive organs. In your body, the heart and lungs work together to make sure that oxygen gets to all the other organs of your body. neutral
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The water vapor forms a cloud and the particles can act as cloud condensation nuclei, meaning they attract water. Water vapor must lose heat energy before clouds can form. neutral
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iii) Gases do not have a definite shape or volume. Gas has no definite volume and no definite shape. entails
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If they were to do that with a human clone they could get organs such as the heart, lungs, kidneys, liver and other body organs and transplant them into other humans. In your body, the heart and lungs work together to make sure that oxygen gets to all the other organs of your body. neutral
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Clouds formed by condensation of water vapor, affect weather. Water vapor must lose heat energy before clouds can form. neutral
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The rocks formed during these times contain many important marine animal fossils. The presence of an animal fossil in a rock gives evidence of the time period the animal lived in. neutral
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A gas does not have a definite shape of volume. Gas has no definite volume and no definite shape. entails
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They are part of a group of organisms known as decomposers, which turn organic material into soil nutrients that are essential for plant growth. In a forest, decomposers help other organisms survive because they they put nutrients into the soil that plants use to grow. entails
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The heart, like all body organs, requires oxygen to perform its work. In your body, the heart and lungs work together to make sure that oxygen gets to all the other organs of your body. neutral
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From these fossils and impressions in sedimentary rock, we can tell what kind of plants and animals lived at a certain period in the very ancient past. The presence of an animal fossil in a rock gives evidence of the time period the animal lived in. entails
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Decomposers are organisms that break down dead organic material and return nutrients to the sediment. Decomposers are important in the food chain because they break down dead organisms and recycle nutrients into the soil. entails
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Scientists know that acidic water dissolves the nutrients and helpful minerals in the soil and then washes them away before trees and other plants can use them to grow. In a forest, decomposers help other organisms survive because they they put nutrients into the soil that plants use to grow. neutral
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As the air is lifted, water vapor condenses, forming the cloud. Water vapor must lose heat energy before clouds can form. neutral
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Snow can form if there is enough water vapor in the air for clouds to develop. Water vapor must lose heat energy before clouds can form. neutral
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Like gas, plasma does not have a definite shape or a definite volume unless enclosed in a container. Gas has no definite volume and no definite shape. entails
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Liquid Liquid definite volume but indefinite shape; particles close together but not in fixed positions Gas Gas neither definite volume nor definite shape; particles are at great distances from one another Plasma high temperature, ionized phase of matter as found on the sun. Gas has no definite volume and no definite shape. entails
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Water, rocks, trees, plants, animals and birds were living presences. The presence of an animal fossil in a rock gives evidence of the time period the animal lived in. neutral
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Clouds, formed by condensed water vapor. Water vapor must lose heat energy before clouds can form. neutral
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The heat of the sun turns the water into seas, lakes, and soil to an invisible gas called water vapor. Water vapor exists in the atmosphere as an invisible gas neutral
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Gases have no definite shape or a definite volume. Gas has no definite volume and no definite shape. entails
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They are important decomposers, breaking down organic materials, such as dead leaves and animals, and helping the detritivores (animals that feed on decomposing material) to obtain their nutrients. Decomposers are important in the food chain because they break down dead organisms and recycle nutrients into the soil. entails
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Water can take the form of an invisible gas called water vapor. Water vapor exists in the atmosphere as an invisible gas entails
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Department of Education Gas does not have a definite shape and it does not have a definite volume. Gas has no definite volume and no definite shape. entails
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body controls (nervous system); The nervous system sends electrical signals to all other body systems. neutral
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Decomposers are living things that break down dead organisms and recycle their nutrients into the soil. Decomposers are important in the food chain because they break down dead organisms and recycle nutrients into the soil. entails
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They know how the heart and lungs work together to keep oxygen supplied to the body. In your body, the heart and lungs work together to make sure that oxygen gets to all the other organs of your body. entails
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A gas has neither a fixed volume, or a definite shape. Gas has no definite volume and no definite shape. entails
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Decomposers consume soil organic matter, plant litter, and simple carbon compounds, releasing the nutrients in these substances for use by living plants. In a forest, decomposers help other organisms survive because they they put nutrients into the soil that plants use to grow. entails
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Only during a lunar eclipse will the moon intersect the earth s shadow. When earth’s shadow falls on the moon, the shadow causes a lunar eclipse. entails
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The arctic ice is melting which is causing an increase in the amount of heat retained at the Earths poles. Most scientists agree that an increase in the amount of greenhouse gases entering earth's atmosphere causes an increase in melting of polar ice caps. neutral
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though implicit process or attitudes usually take a long amount of time to change with the forming of new habits. This process usually takes the longest amount of time: an ocean basin forms between two continents. neutral
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The Solar System The Solar system is made up of a star called the Sun and all of the objects that travel around the sun. Only the sun in our solar system give off their own light. neutral
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full A lunar eclipse occurs when the Sun, Earth, and Moon are lined up so Earth's shadow falls on the Moon. When earth’s shadow falls on the moon, the shadow causes a lunar eclipse. entails
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A lunar eclipse is when the moon passes through the earth's shadow, and a total eclipse is when the whole moon disappears into the earth's shadow. When earth’s shadow falls on the moon, the shadow causes a lunar eclipse. entails
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First, data has to traverse the network, and even traveling at the speed of light, it takes a significant amount of time to cross geographic distances such as the US continent or the Atlantic ocean. This process usually takes the longest amount of time: an ocean basin forms between two continents. neutral
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As shown on video screens throughout the exhibit, convection over time forms mountains, moves continents and creates ocean basins. This process usually takes the longest amount of time: an ocean basin forms between two continents. neutral
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Cells, Chromosomes and Genes There are more than 100 trillion cells in the human body. A single human body cell typically contains thousands of genes. neutral
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And that usually takes two forms. This process usually takes the longest amount of time: an ocean basin forms between two continents. neutral
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When the Earth's shadow falls upon the moon, a lunar eclipse occurs; conversely, when the moon's shadow falls upon the Earth, a solar eclipse occurs. When earth’s shadow falls on the moon, the shadow causes a lunar eclipse. entails
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produce fruiting bodies that function in asexual reproduction; Trees send out rootlike extensions that produce new stems is an example of asexual reproduction. neutral
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Two species sharing SINE must have a common ancestor. The conclusion that two animal species evolved from a common ancestor in recent geological history is best supported by the observation that the species have similar bone structure. neutral
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The Sun is by far the most massive object in the solar system. Only the sun in our solar system give off their own light. neutral
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They can reproduce asexually or sexually and during asexual reproduction the cell divides as a new bud to produce a new yeast cell. Trees send out rootlike extensions that produce new stems is an example of asexual reproduction. neutral
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Although smoke-free environments have not reduced smoking prevalence in most studies, such environments have been shown to decrease daily tobacco consumption among smokers and to increase smoking cessation. Smoking tobaccowould most likely have a negative impact on the ability of an individual to succeed at physical activities because it it decreases stamina and cardiovascular efficiency. neutral
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Weather conditions and precipitation also must be considered. Precipitation commonly occur(s) along a cold front. neutral
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Most precipitation is found around the cold front. Precipitation commonly occur(s) along a cold front. entails
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in a Lunar eclipse, the Moon passes through the Earth's shadow. When earth’s shadow falls on the moon, the shadow causes a lunar eclipse. entails
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The latest estimates are that a human cell, a eukaryotic cell, contains some 21,000 genes. A single human body cell typically contains thousands of genes. entails
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Admittedly, a single human gene or a cell line is not a human being; A single human body cell typically contains thousands of genes. neutral
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plant and animal cells contain many thousands of different genes, and typically have two copies of every gene. A single human body cell typically contains thousands of genes. neutral
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So when two host species have evolved from a common ancestor, the parasites that were originally present in that common ancestor evolve with the two new hosts. The conclusion that two animal species evolved from a common ancestor in recent geological history is best supported by the observation that the species have similar bone structure. neutral
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A shadow cast by the Earth on the Moon is a lunar eclipse. When earth’s shadow falls on the moon, the shadow causes a lunar eclipse. entails
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Asexual reproduction produces offspring genetically identical to their parent. Trees send out rootlike extensions that produce new stems is an example of asexual reproduction. neutral
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cloudes and precipitation, winds, weather fronts, storms, weather forecasting, and hurricanes. Precipitation commonly occur(s) along a cold front. neutral
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Because the study did not include patients with severe asthma, decreased growth and physical activity in childhood would most likely not be a contributing factor to patients' decrease in bone-mineral density. Smoking tobaccowould most likely have a negative impact on the ability of an individual to succeed at physical activities because it it decreases stamina and cardiovascular efficiency. neutral
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During a total lunar eclipse, the Earth lies directly between the sun and the moon, causing the Earth to cast its shadow on the moon. When earth’s shadow falls on the moon, the shadow causes a lunar eclipse. entails
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Lunar eclipses are caused when the Moon passes through the Earth's shadow . When earth’s shadow falls on the moon, the shadow causes a lunar eclipse. entails
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If the earth gets close enough to that line, then it's shadow will fall upon the moon, causing a lunar eclipse. When earth’s shadow falls on the moon, the shadow causes a lunar eclipse. entails
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The theory that describes the movement and evolution of the continents and ocean basins, and the processes that fracture and fuse them, is called plate tectonics . This process usually takes the longest amount of time: an ocean basin forms between two continents. neutral
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The program includes consideration of general weather topics -- cloud formation, highs and lows, warm fronts and cold fronts, causes and types of precipitation -- and special attention to Mount Washington's incredible weather. Precipitation commonly occur(s) along a cold front. neutral
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However, during a lunar eclipse, the earth's shadow falls over the moon, eventually enveloping it. When earth’s shadow falls on the moon, the shadow causes a lunar eclipse. entails
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In general, a lunar eclipse takes place when the Moon falls -- either partially or entirely -- into the Earth's shadow. When earth’s shadow falls on the moon, the shadow causes a lunar eclipse. entails
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The cotton plant, specifically, contains tens of thousands of genes in the nucleus of every cell. A single human body cell typically contains thousands of genes. neutral
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Species resolved in this clade appear to have evolved and speciated from a common ancestor in the ecosystems of western North America. The conclusion that two animal species evolved from a common ancestor in recent geological history is best supported by the observation that the species have similar bone structure. neutral
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During photosynthesis, sunlight changes water and carbon dioxide into glucose and oxygen. Photosynthesis is described by this statement: carbon dioxide and water are turned into sugar and oxygen. entails
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Improvements in cardiovascular functioning, lipid profile, sleep apnea, physical activity, and work abilities have been reported. Smoking tobaccowould most likely have a negative impact on the ability of an individual to succeed at physical activities because it it decreases stamina and cardiovascular efficiency. neutral
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Discovered in 1885, it is one of the blackest objects in the Solar System, reflecting only 3% of the light that strikes it. Only the sun in our solar system give off their own light. neutral
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This program focuses on ways individuals can spread out exercise time to increase physical activity and decrease risks for cardiovascular disease. Smoking tobaccowould most likely have a negative impact on the ability of an individual to succeed at physical activities because it it decreases stamina and cardiovascular efficiency. neutral
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6 Exercise training increases cardiovascular functional capacity and decreases myocardial oxygen demand at any level of physical activity in apparently healthy persons as well as in most subjects with cardiovascular disease. Smoking tobaccowould most likely have a negative impact on the ability of an individual to succeed at physical activities because it it decreases stamina and cardiovascular efficiency. neutral
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Asexual Reproduction Almost all fungi reproduce asexually by producing spores. Trees send out rootlike extensions that produce new stems is an example of asexual reproduction. neutral
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They may be produced by asexual or sexual reproduction. Trees send out rootlike extensions that produce new stems is an example of asexual reproduction. neutral
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For Judaism, the shift to asexual reproduction produced parallel warnings. Trees send out rootlike extensions that produce new stems is an example of asexual reproduction. neutral
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use Filter to show only Solar System objects; Only the sun in our solar system give off their own light. neutral
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It follows that these two sub-orders have evolved from the common ancestors. The conclusion that two animal species evolved from a common ancestor in recent geological history is best supported by the observation that the species have similar bone structure. neutral
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Without the negative currency conversion impact, expenses would have decreased slightly. Smoking tobaccowould most likely have a negative impact on the ability of an individual to succeed at physical activities because it it decreases stamina and cardiovascular efficiency. neutral
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Introduction People have wondered for a long time why continents have such irregular shapes and why ocean basins, mountain ranges, earthquake belts, and many other features occur where they do. This process usually takes the longest amount of time: an ocean basin forms between two continents. neutral
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There is a great deal of concern that managed care will have a negative impact on the ability of specialty societies to support their educational activities because of greater pressures on practicing Orthopaedic surgeons to be more productive, but with an expected decrease in revenue. Smoking tobaccowould most likely have a negative impact on the ability of an individual to succeed at physical activities because it it decreases stamina and cardiovascular efficiency. neutral
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It follows that the areas of the two shaded portions are proportional to the bulk of the continents and oceans respectively. This process usually takes the longest amount of time: an ocean basin forms between two continents. neutral
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During photosynthesis, plants use the energy of the sun to drive a reaction that converts carbon dioxide and water to sugar and oxygen . Photosynthesis is described by this statement: carbon dioxide and water are turned into sugar and oxygen. entails
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When the moon passes into the earth's shadow, it will be called the lunar eclipse. When earth’s shadow falls on the moon, the shadow causes a lunar eclipse. entails
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Some astronomers focus their research on objects in our solar system, such as the sun or planets. Only the sun in our solar system give off their own light. neutral
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larval stage in snail; produced by miricidium asexual reproduction Trees send out rootlike extensions that produce new stems is an example of asexual reproduction. neutral
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The Sun is the most important object in the Solar System. Only the sun in our solar system give off their own light. neutral
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Molds produce spores for both asexual and sexual reproduction. Trees send out rootlike extensions that produce new stems is an example of asexual reproduction. neutral
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Genes Our bodies are built of cells, about a hundred thousand billion of them. A single human body cell typically contains thousands of genes. neutral
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Dynamic processes which form mountains, canyons, and ocean basins. This process usually takes the longest amount of time: an ocean basin forms between two continents. neutral
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The greenhouse effect is already causing the melting of polar ice caps and playing havoc with weather systems around the world. Most scientists agree that an increase in the amount of greenhouse gases entering earth's atmosphere causes an increase in melting of polar ice caps. entails
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Starting with carbon dioxide (CO2) and water (H2O), photosynthesis converts the energy of sunlight into chemical energy in the form of simple sugars (e.g., glucose ), with the release of molecular oxygen . Photosynthesis is described by this statement: carbon dioxide and water are turned into sugar and oxygen. entails
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State anti-tobacco activities decrease smoking by white youths, but have no significant effect on young blacks, particularly black males. Smoking tobaccowould most likely have a negative impact on the ability of an individual to succeed at physical activities because it it decreases stamina and cardiovascular efficiency. neutral
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For example, a polyp will go through asexual reproduction to produce medusae and vice versa with sexual reproduction among medusae. Trees send out rootlike extensions that produce new stems is an example of asexual reproduction. neutral
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They also note that smokers who carry the defective gene will be less efficient at turning the procarcinogens in tobacco smoke into carcinogens and may therefore, in addition to decreased smoking, be less likely to develop lung and other tobacco-related cancers. Smoking tobaccowould most likely have a negative impact on the ability of an individual to succeed at physical activities because it it decreases stamina and cardiovascular efficiency. neutral
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Gravity is the most influential force in our solar system and the only other massive object in our solar system other than the Sun is Jupiter. Only the sun in our solar system give off their own light. neutral
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Rapidly changing weather conditions involving severe icing, severe turbulence, and heavy precipitation are common, particularly in winter. Precipitation commonly occur(s) along a cold front. neutral
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GPI is encoded by a single gene in all body cells. A single human body cell typically contains thousands of genes. neutral
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The long-range plan for these two basins is to start their closure process following the 105- This process usually takes the longest amount of time: an ocean basin forms between two continents. neutral
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Photosynthesis The process by which plants and single-celled plantlike organisms use sunlight and chlorophyll to convert carbon dioxide and water into sugars (used for energy) and oxygen . Photosynthesis is described by this statement: carbon dioxide and water are turned into sugar and oxygen. entails
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Suckering is a form of asexual reproduction in which a number of stems are produced from a single root system to form a clone. Trees send out rootlike extensions that produce new stems is an example of asexual reproduction. entails
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The earth casts a shadow on the moon in a lunar eclipse. When earth’s shadow falls on the moon, the shadow causes a lunar eclipse. entails
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That is, if two different animals have similar bone structures, then they must have evolved from the same original ancestors. The conclusion that two animal species evolved from a common ancestor in recent geological history is best supported by the observation that the species have similar bone structure. entails
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Increased amounts of these greenhouse gases could eventually result in warmer temperatures, melting of the Polar ice caps, rising sea levels, and flooding of coastal areas. Most scientists agree that an increase in the amount of greenhouse gases entering earth's atmosphere causes an increase in melting of polar ice caps. entails
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Rigorous training activities as punishment for negative behaviors are more likely to decrease child's interest in physical fitness and training, than to improve negative behaviors. Smoking tobaccowould most likely have a negative impact on the ability of an individual to succeed at physical activities because it it decreases stamina and cardiovascular efficiency. neutral
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Through photosynthesis, carbon dioxide is converted into sugar and oxygen, whereas through respiration, oxygen and sugar are converted back into carbon dioxide. Photosynthesis is described by this statement: carbon dioxide and water are turned into sugar and oxygen. entails
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Solar lights are charged by the sun light and at night run on their own batteries. Only the sun in our solar system give off their own light. neutral
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A human cell contains many thousands of different genes. A single human body cell typically contains thousands of genes. entails
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A human cell contains many thousands of different genes in its nucleus. A single human body cell typically contains thousands of genes. entails
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The process in forming soil takes a long time. This process usually takes the longest amount of time: an ocean basin forms between two continents. neutral
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My lessons will give only a brief overview of objects in our Solar System because "planetology" is a specialty of its own involving not only astronomy but also chemistry, geology and meteorology. Only the sun in our solar system give off their own light. neutral
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Role of plate tectonic processes in the geologic development of the continents and ocean basins. This process usually takes the longest amount of time: an ocean basin forms between two continents. neutral
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Beginning with our own solar system, students might look at the distance between our earth and the sun, which is 93,000,000 miles or eight light minutes. Only the sun in our solar system give off their own light. neutral
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ASEXUAL REPRODUCTION PRODUCES OFFSPRING WHOSE Trees send out rootlike extensions that produce new stems is an example of asexual reproduction. neutral
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photosynthesis Noun process by which plants turn water, sunlight, and carbon dioxide into water, oxygen, and simple sugars. Photosynthesis is described by this statement: carbon dioxide and water are turned into sugar and oxygen. entails
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Such measures as weight loss, caloric restriction, physical activity, decreased alcohol consumption, and cessation of smoking, all of which decrease triglyceride levels, may also reduce cardiovascular risk independent of their effect on triglyceride levels. Smoking tobaccowould most likely have a negative impact on the ability of an individual to succeed at physical activities because it it decreases stamina and cardiovascular efficiency. neutral
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The results of epidemiologic studies examining physical activity and cardiovascular risk have been taken as evidence that individuals should become fit. Smoking tobaccowould most likely have a negative impact on the ability of an individual to succeed at physical activities because it it decreases stamina and cardiovascular efficiency. neutral
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Photosynthesis uses energy from light to convert water and carbon dioxide molecules into glucose (sugar molecule) and oxygen (Figure 2). Photosynthesis is described by this statement: carbon dioxide and water are turned into sugar and oxygen. entails
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In a lunar eclipse, the moon moves through the Earth's shadow. When earth’s shadow falls on the moon, the shadow causes a lunar eclipse. entails
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A cold front commonly brings a narrow band of precipitation that follows along the leading edge of the cold front. Precipitation commonly occur(s) along a cold front. entails
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If you are a horticulturist, and develop a new variety of plant, such as a tree or flower, by asexual reproduction, you can obtain a plant patent . Trees send out rootlike extensions that produce new stems is an example of asexual reproduction. neutral
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In photosynthesis, leaves use chlorophyll to convert water, carbon dioxide and light energy into sugar and oxygen. Photosynthesis is described by this statement: carbon dioxide and water are turned into sugar and oxygen. entails
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Decreased teaching and research assistantship support would also negatively impact our ability to recruit highly qualified graduate students. Smoking tobaccowould most likely have a negative impact on the ability of an individual to succeed at physical activities because it it decreases stamina and cardiovascular efficiency. neutral
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These similarities in bone structure indicate that these four mammals may have evolved from a common ancestor. The conclusion that two animal species evolved from a common ancestor in recent geological history is best supported by the observation that the species have similar bone structure. entails
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During the process of photosynthesis they convert water and carbon dioxide, in the presence of light energy, into oxygen and simple sugars. Photosynthesis is described by this statement: carbon dioxide and water are turned into sugar and oxygen. entails
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It is caused mostly by increasing concentrations of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. Most scientists agree that an increase in the amount of greenhouse gases entering earth's atmosphere causes an increase in melting of polar ice caps. neutral
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Some objects, such as the sun, give off their own their own light. Only the sun in our solar system give off their own light. entails
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Weather conditions are often described in terms of precipitation . Precipitation commonly occur(s) along a cold front. neutral
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Some scientists say this is just the beginning of a coming calamity, predicting that an unnatural increase in greenhouse gases will contribute to drastic temperature increases over the next century, melting polar ice caps and raising sea levels enough to flood major cities around the world. Most scientists agree that an increase in the amount of greenhouse gases entering earth's atmosphere causes an increase in melting of polar ice caps. entails
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Other species of animals have hormones that are similar to but not exact in structure to human hormones. The conclusion that two animal species evolved from a common ancestor in recent geological history is best supported by the observation that the species have similar bone structure. neutral
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A single gene contains thousands of rungs. A single human body cell typically contains thousands of genes. neutral
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The sun is only one solar system out of millions of solar systems. Only the sun in our solar system give off their own light. neutral
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As we know, plants produce food by photosynthesis, which is the bonding together of carbon dioxide with water to make sugar and oxygen using the sun's energy. Photosynthesis is described by this statement: carbon dioxide and water are turned into sugar and oxygen. entails
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Studies of such images give us important information about how stars are born and also on how our own Sun and solar system were formed. Only the sun in our solar system give off their own light. neutral
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e) melt the polar caps to increase the amount of carbon-dioxide in the atmosphere. Most scientists agree that an increase in the amount of greenhouse gases entering earth's atmosphere causes an increase in melting of polar ice caps. neutral
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There are about 100,000 genes in each cell of the human body. A single human body cell typically contains thousands of genes. entails
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b) melt the polar caps to increase the amount of liquid water on the planet. Most scientists agree that an increase in the amount of greenhouse gases entering earth's atmosphere causes an increase in melting of polar ice caps. neutral
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several species evolve from a common ancestor. The conclusion that two animal species evolved from a common ancestor in recent geological history is best supported by the observation that the species have similar bone structure. neutral
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Planet in our own backyard A Jupiter sized planet has been found orbiting Epsilon Eridani a sun-like star only 10.5 light-years away from our solar system. Only the sun in our solar system give off their own light. neutral
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When the Earth moves between the Sun and the Moon, it casts its shadow on its own satellite, causing a lunar eclipse. When earth’s shadow falls on the moon, the shadow causes a lunar eclipse. entails
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Photosynthesis uses carbon dioxide and water to produce sugars from which other organic compounds can be constructed, and oxygen is produced as a by-product. Photosynthesis is described by this statement: carbon dioxide and water are turned into sugar and oxygen. entails
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Photosynthesis is a process in which plants use light, water, and carbon dioxide to produce sugars, water and oxygen. Photosynthesis is described by this statement: carbon dioxide and water are turned into sugar and oxygen. entails
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The Shadow of earth sometimes falls on the full moon only (earth comes in between sun and moon), and then it is lunar eclipse. When earth’s shadow falls on the moon, the shadow causes a lunar eclipse. entails
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Although cerana bees must have shared a common ancestor with mellifera, they have evolved into separate species. The conclusion that two animal species evolved from a common ancestor in recent geological history is best supported by the observation that the species have similar bone structure. neutral
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A lunar eclipse is when the earth's shadow falls on the moon- when the earth is between the moon and the sun. When earth’s shadow falls on the moon, the shadow causes a lunar eclipse. entails
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Greenhouse gases trap heat inside the earth's atmosphere, so causing temperatures to increase and sea levels to rise as the polar ice caps melt. Most scientists agree that an increase in the amount of greenhouse gases entering earth's atmosphere causes an increase in melting of polar ice caps. entails
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In photosynthesis, carbon dioxide and water is transformed into sugar and oxygen using light energy. Photosynthesis is described by this statement: carbon dioxide and water are turned into sugar and oxygen. entails
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Lunar eclipses occur when the Moon passes through the Earth's shadow. When earth’s shadow falls on the moon, the shadow causes a lunar eclipse. entails
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It usually takes as long as two months to process a claim. This process usually takes the longest amount of time: an ocean basin forms between two continents. neutral
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A lunar eclipse is caused by the moon passing through the earth's shadow. When earth’s shadow falls on the moon, the shadow causes a lunar eclipse. entails
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The believers say that increased global temperature because of greenhouse gases will cause polar ice caps to melt. Most scientists agree that an increase in the amount of greenhouse gases entering earth's atmosphere causes an increase in melting of polar ice caps. entails
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Photosynthesis is a process where the organism uses sunlight, carbon dioxide, and water to make oxygen and sugar. Photosynthesis is described by this statement: carbon dioxide and water are turned into sugar and oxygen. entails
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It seems clear that most research suggests that drinking milk is more likely to decrease the risk of osteoporosis despite the fact that some of its constituents if consumed in excessive amounts may have a negative impact on BMD. Smoking tobaccowould most likely have a negative impact on the ability of an individual to succeed at physical activities because it it decreases stamina and cardiovascular efficiency. neutral
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During a lunar eclipse the moon is in the earth's shadow. When earth’s shadow falls on the moon, the shadow causes a lunar eclipse. entails
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Every cell in the body contains the genes for these markers; A single human body cell typically contains thousands of genes. neutral
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The Sun is the biggest object in our solar system. Only the sun in our solar system give off their own light. neutral
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A chance alignment between the Sun and two other celestial objects within the solar system in which one body blocks the light of the Sun from the other. Only the sun in our solar system give off their own light. neutral
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Water (H2O) and carbon dioxide (CO2) are used in photosynthesis, and sugar and oxygen (O2) is made, using light energy. Photosynthesis is described by this statement: carbon dioxide and water are turned into sugar and oxygen. entails
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Schizogony (asexual reproduction) produces a schizont containing merozoites . Trees send out rootlike extensions that produce new stems is an example of asexual reproduction. neutral
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In addition, by inhibiting CYP2A6, smoking can be decreased in tobacco-dependent individuals. Smoking tobaccowould most likely have a negative impact on the ability of an individual to succeed at physical activities because it it decreases stamina and cardiovascular efficiency. neutral
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Photosynthesis is the process of converting carbon dioxide and water to oxygen and sugars in plants and higher bacteria. Photosynthesis is described by this statement: carbon dioxide and water are turned into sugar and oxygen. entails
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The Sun The Sun is the largest object in the Solar System. Only the sun in our solar system give off their own light. neutral
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of the Earth and create ocean basins and continents; the processes that This process usually takes the longest amount of time: an ocean basin forms between two continents. neutral
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Only objects outside the solar system will be discussed in this section. Only the sun in our solar system give off their own light. neutral
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If the conditions are not cold enough, the precipitation will be rain. Precipitation commonly occur(s) along a cold front. neutral
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Green plants break down water (and carbon dioxide) during photosynthesis to produce oxygen and the simple sugars they require for energy. Photosynthesis is described by this statement: carbon dioxide and water are turned into sugar and oxygen. entails
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They are produced by asexual reproduction. Trees send out rootlike extensions that produce new stems is an example of asexual reproduction. neutral
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The Moon s shadow sometimes falls onto the Earth, causing a solar eclipse . When earth’s shadow falls on the moon, the shadow causes a lunar eclipse. neutral
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If all the objects in the Solar System were weighed (this includes planets, satellites, and asteroids but not the Sun ), they would make up only .14% of the entire mass of the Solar System. Only the sun in our solar system give off their own light. neutral
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And most individuals will only want it to succeed if it decreases work, increases efficiency, decreases frustration or improves profits. Smoking tobaccowould most likely have a negative impact on the ability of an individual to succeed at physical activities because it it decreases stamina and cardiovascular efficiency. neutral
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During a lunar eclipse , the Earth will move directly between the sun and the moon, causing a shadow to fall on the moon. When earth’s shadow falls on the moon, the shadow causes a lunar eclipse. entails
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New species of animals and plants have arisen, and geologic structures change with time. The conclusion that two animal species evolved from a common ancestor in recent geological history is best supported by the observation that the species have similar bone structure. neutral
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it provides evidence for the long lifespan of proto-Pacific ocean basins, and therefore of potentially immense areas of oceanic crust that must have disappeared by subduction beneath the North American continent in Paleozoic and Mesozoic times. This process usually takes the longest amount of time: an ocean basin forms between two continents. neutral
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PLANT patents pertain to the development of new plant characteristics produced by asexual reproduction. Trees send out rootlike extensions that produce new stems is an example of asexual reproduction. neutral
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Although all of the cells in the human body contain the same genetic material, the same genes are not active in all of those cells. A single human body cell typically contains thousands of genes. neutral
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Physical activity is decreased because of energy-efficient technology. Smoking tobaccowould most likely have a negative impact on the ability of an individual to succeed at physical activities because it it decreases stamina and cardiovascular efficiency. neutral
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The National Weather Service said wintry precipitation will move behind the front on Tuesday, when Pacific moisture streaming from Mexico and New Mexico collides with the cold front and triggers a band of snow and freezing rain. Precipitation commonly occur(s) along a cold front. neutral
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Photosynthesis is the process in which energy from sunlight is combined with carbon dioxide and water to produce sugar and oxygen. Photosynthesis is described by this statement: carbon dioxide and water are turned into sugar and oxygen. entails
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Mathilde is also one of the blackest objects in the solar system, reflecting only 3% of the light that strikes it. Only the sun in our solar system give off their own light. neutral
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Gene Therapy Inserting normal human genes into genetically defective body cells. A single human body cell typically contains thousands of genes. neutral
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Such measurements on rocks of different ages provide a means of tracing the movements of continents and islands and ocean basins over geologic time, and the record of these movements shows great changes in the Earth's geography during its long history. This process usually takes the longest amount of time: an ocean basin forms between two continents. neutral
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LUNAR ECLIPSE A lunar eclipse occurs when the Earth's shadow falls on the moon . When earth’s shadow falls on the moon, the shadow causes a lunar eclipse. entails
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These reproductive strategies are examples of asexual reproduction, which produces offspring genetically identical to the parent (that is, to the original starfish or cactus). Trees send out rootlike extensions that produce new stems is an example of asexual reproduction. neutral
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ocean basins, and continents takes tens to hundreds of millions of years, and large time units thus This process usually takes the longest amount of time: an ocean basin forms between two continents. entails
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Chromosomes and Genes Typically, a human being has a total of 46 chromosomes in every cell of the body. A single human body cell typically contains thousands of genes. neutral
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In photosynthesis, carbon dioxide, gas and water are mixed to make sugar and oxygen. Photosynthesis is described by this statement: carbon dioxide and water are turned into sugar and oxygen. entails
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They use the carbon dioxide that we exhale along with water and sunlight to make sugar and oxygen (this is photosynthesis). Photosynthesis is described by this statement: carbon dioxide and water are turned into sugar and oxygen. entails
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In cloning, meanwhile, the child is produced by asexual reproduction. Trees send out rootlike extensions that produce new stems is an example of asexual reproduction. neutral
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But increased melting of the polar ice caps would raise sea levels, increasing ocean floor pressures and prompting formation of more gas hydrates. Most scientists agree that an increase in the amount of greenhouse gases entering earth's atmosphere causes an increase in melting of polar ice caps. neutral
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Asexual reproduction Plants have two main types of asexual reproduction in which new plants are produced that are genetically identical clones of the parent individual. Trees send out rootlike extensions that produce new stems is an example of asexual reproduction. neutral
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The only astronomical objects specifically excluded from S IMBAD are the Sun and Solar System bodies. Only the sun in our solar system give off their own light. neutral
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Rift basins that form along the margins of continents during the tectonic opening of an ocean basin may contain unusually rich concentrations of oil if the timing of geologic events was appropriate, or may contain virtually no energy resources if the timing was inappropriate. This process usually takes the longest amount of time: an ocean basin forms between two continents. neutral
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Instead, through asexual reproduction, it produces eggs. Trees send out rootlike extensions that produce new stems is an example of asexual reproduction. neutral
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Most studies of physical activity and cardiovascular disease have dealt with men. Smoking tobaccowould most likely have a negative impact on the ability of an individual to succeed at physical activities because it it decreases stamina and cardiovascular efficiency. neutral
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Precipitation in winter usually accompanies the passing of a cold front. Precipitation commonly occur(s) along a cold front. entails
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Thus, in asexual reproduction, only one parent is needed to produce a new organism. Trees send out rootlike extensions that produce new stems is an example of asexual reproduction. neutral
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lunar eclipse -- the passage of the Moon into the shadow of the Earth, always occurring at a full Moon. When earth’s shadow falls on the moon, the shadow causes a lunar eclipse. entails
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In photosynthesis, plants take in carbon dioxide, water, and sunlight energy, and turn those into sugar. Photosynthesis is described by this statement: carbon dioxide and water are turned into sugar and oxygen. entails
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Asexual Reproduction by sporangia produced on the surface leaves. Trees send out rootlike extensions that produce new stems is an example of asexual reproduction. neutral
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Eclipses occur when the Earth, Sun, and Moon lie along a line such that either the shadow of the Earth falls on the Moon (lunar eclipse) or the Moon's shadow falls on the Earth (solar eclipse). When earth’s shadow falls on the moon, the shadow causes a lunar eclipse. entails
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The Sun is the largest object in the solar system. Only the sun in our solar system give off their own light. neutral
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Reproduction mainly from asexually produced statoblasts . Trees send out rootlike extensions that produce new stems is an example of asexual reproduction. neutral
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Asexual reproduction produced little genetic variety. Trees send out rootlike extensions that produce new stems is an example of asexual reproduction. neutral
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eclipse A lunar eclipse occurs when the Moon passes into the Earth's shadow. When earth’s shadow falls on the moon, the shadow causes a lunar eclipse. entails
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In a typical human cell only one tenth of the genes are expressed. A single human body cell typically contains thousands of genes. neutral
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The second preventive measure would be that of moderating activity, so that those individual who do in fact smoke cigarettes would have available substances that could moderate, decrease and hopefully cessate their behaviour. Smoking tobaccowould most likely have a negative impact on the ability of an individual to succeed at physical activities because it it decreases stamina and cardiovascular efficiency. neutral
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Thus, in principle, every cell in our bodies contains all the genes needed to turn it into a full human being. A single human body cell typically contains thousands of genes. neutral
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Appendix I Cells, Chromosomes and Genes The human body contains more than 100 trillion cells. A single human body cell typically contains thousands of genes. neutral
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to distort) The process of deformation that produces in the earth's crust, its continents and ocean basins, plateaus and mountains, folds of strata, and faults. This process usually takes the longest amount of time: an ocean basin forms between two continents. neutral
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At the rising of the sun all other lights in the solar system hurry to their hiding places. Only the sun in our solar system give off their own light. neutral
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It is on the opposite side of the Earth to the Sun and, on this occasion, the three bodies are so precisely aligned that the Earth's shadow will fall on the moon causing a lunar eclipse . When earth’s shadow falls on the moon, the shadow causes a lunar eclipse. entails
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In the process of photosynthesis producers use carbon dioxide and water, in the presence of chlorophyll and light, to make sugar and oxygen. Photosynthesis is described by this statement: carbon dioxide and water are turned into sugar and oxygen. entails
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Mouse A9 cells that contain a single human chromosome tagged with a dominant selectable marker gene such as neo were constructed. A single human body cell typically contains thousands of genes. neutral
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This cold front brought generally light precipitation to the area. Precipitation commonly occur(s) along a cold front. entails
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Lunar Eclipse A Lunar eclipse occurs when the moon passes into the Earth's shadow. When earth’s shadow falls on the moon, the shadow causes a lunar eclipse. entails
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Stars form the center of solar systems, just like our own star, the Sun, is the center of our own Solar System. Only the sun in our solar system give off their own light. neutral
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The raw materials of photosynthesis, water and carbon dioxide, enter the cells of the leaf, and the products of photosynthesis, sugar and oxygen, leave the leaf. Photosynthesis is described by this statement: carbon dioxide and water are turned into sugar and oxygen. entails
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Human beings have about 60,000 genes, and every cell in the body except the egg and the sperm cells contain two copies of each. A single human body cell typically contains thousands of genes. entails
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Photosynthesis involves the reduction of carbon dioxide into sugars and the oxidation of water into molecular oxygen. Photosynthesis is described by this statement: carbon dioxide and water are turned into sugar and oxygen. entails
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The Venus Sun Moon Pluto gives our solar system heat and light. Only the sun in our solar system give off their own light. neutral
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Geological Oceanography introduces students to the structure and composition of the earth, ocean basins and continents, and the process of plate tectonics. This process usually takes the longest amount of time: an ocean basin forms between two continents. neutral
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Since the effect is so small in the solar system, it can only be detected for light that just grazes the Sun. Only the sun in our solar system give off their own light. neutral
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Known as disuse syndrome, the deleterious effects of an imbalance between rest and physical activity include decreased physical work capacity, muscle atrophy, negative nitrogen and protein balance, cardiovascular deconditioning, pulmonary restrictions, and depression. Smoking tobaccowould most likely have a negative impact on the ability of an individual to succeed at physical activities because it it decreases stamina and cardiovascular efficiency. neutral
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Draw warm, cold, and occluded front diagrams and describe the atmospheric conditions (cloud type, temperature, pressure, and precipitation) associated with each frontal passage. Precipitation commonly occur(s) along a cold front. neutral
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Know terminology associated with sexual and asexual reproduction in trees. Trees send out rootlike extensions that produce new stems is an example of asexual reproduction. neutral
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The process begins with the many thousands of genes found in each cell of the human body. A single human body cell typically contains thousands of genes. entails
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The rifting of continents that heralds the incipient formation of an ocean basin is usually accompanied by large amounts of volcanic activity. This process usually takes the longest amount of time: an ocean basin forms between two continents. neutral
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This common hand bone is proof that each of these mammalian species evolved from the same ancestor and further displays the evolution of organisms throughout history. The conclusion that two animal species evolved from a common ancestor in recent geological history is best supported by the observation that the species have similar bone structure. entails
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The sun is in fact the only star in our solar system. Only the sun in our solar system give off their own light. neutral
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For a human, a mutation in a single gene containing, e.g., 1000 bases, might take thousands of generations. A single human body cell typically contains thousands of genes. neutral
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The sun lies at the heart of the solar system, where it is by far the largest object. Only the sun in our solar system give off their own light. neutral
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The Solar System is the Sun and all the objects in orbit around it. Only the sun in our solar system give off their own light. neutral
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An eclipse of the Moon (lunar eclipse) is when the Earth's shadow falls on the Moon. When earth’s shadow falls on the moon, the shadow causes a lunar eclipse. entails
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This produces new plants by vegetative propagation, a form of asexual reproduction. Trees send out rootlike extensions that produce new stems is an example of asexual reproduction. neutral
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These suggest that the Lau Basin has formed following a two-stage process of arc rifting, followed by extension via a southward propagating oceanic ridge system. This process usually takes the longest amount of time: an ocean basin forms between two continents. neutral
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There are many invertebrates, including sea stars and sea anemones for example, that produce by asexual reproduction. Trees send out rootlike extensions that produce new stems is an example of asexual reproduction. neutral
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When the Moon passes behind the Earth's shadow, that is called a lunar eclipse. When earth’s shadow falls on the moon, the shadow causes a lunar eclipse. entails
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Hinder recreational activities Habitat alterations may have impacts on fish and spawning grounds, thus decreasing fish populations Reduction in bird population for hunting Recreational activities like fishing and hunting are physically obstructed 4. Smoking tobaccowould most likely have a negative impact on the ability of an individual to succeed at physical activities because it it decreases stamina and cardiovascular efficiency. neutral
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Smoking reduces the ability of the blood to carry oxygen and increases the heart rate and basal metabolic rate, thus counteracting the benefits of physical activity, including cardiovascular fitness. Smoking tobaccowould most likely have a negative impact on the ability of an individual to succeed at physical activities because it it decreases stamina and cardiovascular efficiency. entails
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Genes tell the cell how to make the thousands of proteins in your body. A single human body cell typically contains thousands of genes. neutral
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Only since the 1980s have reconstructions, based on significant amounts of data, shown the paths of the continents and the ages of the ocean basins. This process usually takes the longest amount of time: an ocean basin forms between two continents. neutral
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The Web has several good sites giving details about solar system objects (Sun, planets, satellites, etc.). Only the sun in our solar system give off their own light. neutral
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Since the amount of time we (usually) spend processing the data is negligible compared to the amount of time DOS takes to return or write the data, reading two characters at a time will essentially double the speed of the program. This process usually takes the longest amount of time: an ocean basin forms between two continents. neutral
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Tides Lunar Eclipses Activities, Web Links LUNAR ECLIPSE A lunar eclipse occurs when the Earth's shadow falls on the moon. When earth’s shadow falls on the moon, the shadow causes a lunar eclipse. entails
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Lunar Eclipses A lunar eclipse occurs when the moon wanders into Earth's shadow. When earth’s shadow falls on the moon, the shadow causes a lunar eclipse. entails
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A lunar eclipse occurs when the Moon passes through Earth's shadow. When earth’s shadow falls on the moon, the shadow causes a lunar eclipse. entails