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Based on the list provided of the uses of substances 1-7, estimate the pH of each unknown and record the number in the data table in the estimated pH column. If a substance has a ph value greater than 7,that indicates that it is base. neutral
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If one or two base pairs are changed (mutated), the embryo will fail to develop properly. Invertebrates (and higher animals) can also be placed in one of two groups based on how they develop as embryos. neutral
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At high temperatures, the solid dye converts into a gas without ever becoming a liquid. Gases and liquids become solids at low temperatures. neutral
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Chapter 11 Gas and Kinetic Theory . The behavior of ideal gases is explained by kinetic molecular theory. neutral
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Both the continental crust and the oceanic crust are less dense than the mantle. Gabbro is a dark dense rock that can be found in the oceanic crust. neutral
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The phylum for common marigolds is angiosperms. Angiosperms are the most successful phylum of plants. neutral
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Lyme Disease is caused by a bacterium that's transmitted by tick bite, but many infected people don't remember a bite. Lyme disease is caused by bacteria. entails
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Corolla Collective term for all the petals of a flower, these petals may be separate or fused together. All of the petals together are called a corolla. entails
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A polyploid is simply an organism that contains more than the usual two sets of chromosomes. A(n) polyploid is an individual with more than the correct number of chromosome sets. entails
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Because type 1 diabetes is a relatively rare disease, you may wish to focus on prevention only if you know your child is at special risk for the disease. Diabetes is unpreventable in the type one form but may be prevented by diet if it is of the second type. neutral
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The liver is divided into the right lobe and left lobes. The gallbladder is near the right lobe of the liver. neutral
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This can be dangerous to both plants and animals. Nematodes can be a parasite of both. neutral
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Vertebrates are named for vertebrae, the series of bones that make up the vertebral column or backbone. Backbone is another name for the vertebral column. entails
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Ecoregions are classified by biome type, which are the major global plant communities determined by rainfall and climate. Terrestrial biomes are classified by climatic factors and types of primary producers. neutral
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It is the diametrically opposite process of nuclear fission, in which an atom of the heavy isotope Uranium-238 is split in a collision with an accelerated neutron, releasing some of the energy from inside the atom. A neutron collides with an atom of u-235 during the basic nuclear fission process. neutral
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Neptune will be the farthest planet from the Sun until 1999. The eighth planet from our sun is neptune. neutral
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evaporation ---process by which water is changed from a liquid into a vapor. When liquid water changes to water vapor it is called evaporation. entails
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Niche An organism's niche is its unique role or "way of making a living" in the environment. Each species has a particular way of making a living, which is called its niche. entails
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In the fish and all subsequent vertebrates, the notochord forms the backbone (or vertebral column). Backbone is another name for the vertebral column. entails
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The object of the present research is to analyze how the benthic region affects the dynamics of the forcing flow. Dynamics is the study of how forces affect the motion of objects. neutral
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Studies have shown that good glucose control may prevent or delay complications of type 2 diabetes such as heart disease, kidney disease, or blindness. Diabetes is unpreventable in the type one form but may be prevented by diet if it is of the second type. neutral
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Reptiles are cold-blooded, or ectothermic, meaning that their heat come from their environment. Reptiles are described by the term ectothermic, which means their internal temperature depends on the temperature of their environment. entails
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Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) Any compound containing carbon and hydrogen or containing carbon and hydrogen in combination with other elements. Compounds containing the element carbon are the basis of all known life. neutral
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d is the lens thickness A concave lens is thicker at the edges than it is in the middle. neutral
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It is an ore of lanthanum metal, along with monazite. Metals start out as ore. neutral
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hydrocarbon A compound containing only the elements carbon and hydrogen. Compounds containing the element carbon are the basis of all known life. neutral
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Plasmas, considered the fourth state of matter, comprise most of the universe by volume. Plasma matter makes up most of the universe. entails
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A community consists of all the various populations of organisms living in a given area. All of the populations that live in the same area make up a(n) community, which includes populations of different organisms. entails
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Ocean acidification is a lowered pH of ocean waters caused by increased carbon dioxide emissions into the atmosphere, which results in more CO2 dissolving into the ocean. Ocean acidification occurs when excess carbon dioxide in the atmosphere causes the oceans to become acidic. entails
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Ores of metals, of all kinds. Metals start out as ore. neutral
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It plays a crucial role in the fluid balance, the mechanism by which cells are nourished and cleansed. Beneficial fungi play a crucial role in balance of ecosystems. neutral
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Morc affects the earliest stages of sperm production, or meiosis. Meiosis is part of the process of gametogenesis, which is the production of sperm and eggs. neutral
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Lyme Disease A serious illness caused by the bacterium, Borrelia burgdorferi , which is carried to humans by the Deer Tick ( Ixodes scapularis ). Lyme disease is caused by bacteria. entails
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pH indicators are substances obtained from plant material that change color depending on the degree of acid or base of the substance it is mixed with. If a substance has a ph value greater than 7,that indicates that it is base. neutral
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A concave lens is thinner in the middle than it is near its edges. A concave lens is thicker at the edges than it is in the middle. entails
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Hemodialysis involves the use of a dialysis machine and an artificial kidney to remove waste products and excess fluids from the blood. Hemodialysis has a patient’s blood pass through a length of tubing that travels through an artificial kidney machine. entails
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Moreover, Antarctic seas are uniquely subject to the impacts of ocean acidification, the result of oceans absorbing anthropogenic atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2). Ocean acidification occurs when excess carbon dioxide in the atmosphere causes the oceans to become acidic. entails
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At pH values below 7 we have excess acid, and at pH levels above 7 we have excess base in the water. If a substance has a ph value greater than 7,that indicates that it is base. entails
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Plants play a fundamental role in forming the delicate balance needed to sustain ecosystems across the globe. Beneficial fungi play a crucial role in balance of ecosystems. neutral
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Most of the matter in the universe is plasma, including stars and nebulas. Plasma matter makes up most of the universe. entails
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One of the simplest essential parts, more commonly called cells , of which animal and vegetable organisms, or their tissues and organs, are composed. A(n) organ is a structure that is composed of one or more types of tissues. neutral
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Weather fronts mark the boundary or transition zone between two air masses and have an important impact upon the weather. In weather terms, the boundary between two air masses is called front. entails
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A community of organisms is defined as a group of organisms or populations found living together. All of the populations that live in the same area make up a(n) community, which includes populations of different organisms. entails
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The change from liquid to gas is evaporation and the product is water vapor; When liquid water changes to water vapor it is called evaporation. entails
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An atom or molecule of a substance usually does not emit energy; Energy is stored in a chemical substance between atoms. neutral
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In weather, all fronts are boundaries between masses of air with different densities, usually caused by temperature differences. In weather terms, the boundary between two air masses is called front. entails
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All organic molecules have a carbon skeleton that is composed of rings or chains of carbons. The element carbon is present in all organic molecules. entails
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concave lens A concave lens is thicker at the edges than it is in the middle. neutral
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Front- The boundary between two different air masses. In weather terms, the boundary between two air masses is called front. entails
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Mitosis is subdivided into four phases. Mitosis actually occurs in four phases. entails
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Most ecosystems on Earth derive their energy either directly or indirectly through the Sun and the process of photosynthesis. Most of the energy used by living things comes either directly or indirectly from the sun. entails
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When electricity flows through a wire, the wire heats up because of its resistance to the flow of electrical current. In relation to electrical current, a narrow wire will have more resistance than a wide wire. neutral
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Over 100 strains of the bacterium that cause Lyme disease have been identified in the United States. Lyme disease is caused by bacteria. entails
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In thermodynamics, a closed system can exchange energy (as heat or work) but not matter, with its surroundings. A sealed, vacuum-insulated reaction flask approximates the condition of a isolated system, in which neither matter nor heat can be exchanged between system and surroundings. neutral
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The recycled steam is returned as water to the boiler to repeat the cycle. The water cycle ends with it repeats itself. neutral
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There are spark plugs in the engine that ignite the gasoline, causing an explosion that pushes the pistons that drive the crank shaft that turns the transmission that turns the wheels that move the car. The turning driveshaft causes the wheels of the car to turn. neutral
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The pupil is the opening through which light enters the eye. The pupil of the eye allows light to enter. entails
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Adults lay salmon eggs in fast moving, freshwater streams and rivers. Jet streams are fast moving rivers of air that are going in opposite directions called. neutral
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The significance of these changes lies in the demonstration that they were associated with the release of calcium ion, which as a 'second messenger', was proposed in turn to activate systems that direct development of the early stages of the parasite (94). Calcium ion is an example of a second messenger. entails
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First recognized in Lyme, Conn., in 1975, Lyme disease is caused by a bacterium carried by pin-size ticks that live in wooded and grassy areas around the country. Lyme disease is caused by bacteria. entails
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See SelfPortrait in a Convex Mirror . A convex mirror is shaped like the outside of a bowl. neutral
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The thermal properties of the monatomic ideal gas are derived, and classical kinetic theory is discussed. The behavior of ideal gases is explained by kinetic molecular theory. neutral
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Ocean acidification describes the decrease in ocean pH that is caused by anthropogenic carbon dioxide (CO2 ) emissions into the atmosphere. Ocean acidification occurs when excess carbon dioxide in the atmosphere causes the oceans to become acidic. entails
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Cardiac output is the volume of blood pumped by the left ventricle into the aorta in one minute, and is equal to the produce of stroke volume x heart rate. The term cardiac output, calculated by multiplying heart contractions by stroke volume, means the volume of blood pumped by the heart in one minute. entails
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Histology involves both the examination of the characteristics of the four basic tissue types and the structure and organization of organs and organ systems. A(n) organ is a structure that is composed of one or more types of tissues. neutral
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This is now done using molecular techniques such as polymerase chain reaction for viral RNA, the genetic material inside the virus shell. A viral vector is the name for a tool commonly used by molecular biologists to place genetic material into cells. neutral
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Most of the energy that is used by living organisms on earth ultimately comes from the sun in the form of radiant energy . Most of the energy used by living things comes either directly or indirectly from the sun. entails
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Plant in the fall, as they will need to stay dormant during the cold winter before they grow in the spring. Many plants respond to the days growing shorter in the fall by going dormant. entails
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Heterotrophs get energy and carbon from living plants or animals ( consumers ) or from dead organic matter ( decomposers ). Mushrooms get their energy from decomposing dead organisms. neutral
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In between we had low pressure systems passing, creating stormy weather and waves up around 8 to 10 meters high. You can expect stormy if a center of low pressure is moving your way. entails
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Advance cycles are repeated, with an increase in time per side, until the water reaches the end of each row. The water cycle ends with it repeats itself. neutral
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Wings evolved in a bird ancestor that lived in trees. The bird ancestor that lived in trees developed wings, which is commonly associated with birds. entails
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At about six weeks in the male fetus, the Y chromosome causes the testes to develop and to begin to produce the male hormone testosterone. The development of the respiratory system in the fetus begins at about 4 weeks. neutral
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Niche theory says that each species has a unique ecological niche in an eco-system and that the species becomes adapted to fill that niche. Each species has a particular way of making a living, which is called its niche. entails
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This compound contains the elements carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen. Compounds containing the element carbon are the basis of all known life. neutral
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The factory ship was forced to starboard in order to avoid the floating activist. If the buoyant force is greater than the force of gravity acting on a ship, it will float. neutral
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Carbon dioxide molecules are not all the same. The element carbon is present in all organic molecules. neutral
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Assume that just five of those eggs can be made into healthy cloned embryos, two embryos are transferred to each surrogate mother, and one out of 100 embryos survives to birth (all reasonable assumptions based on animal data.) Invertebrates (and higher animals) can also be placed in one of two groups based on how they develop as embryos. neutral
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Use the kinetic theory to explain gas pressure. The behavior of ideal gases is explained by kinetic molecular theory. neutral
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Electrical wires have very low resistance, so this allows a large amount of current to flow and can be dangerous. In relation to electrical current, a narrow wire will have more resistance than a wide wire. neutral
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Jet stream (atmosphere) Jet stream is a band of fast-moving air currents that occur at high altitudes. Jet streams are fast moving rivers of air that are going in opposite directions called. entails
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Tree bark, insect wings and bird songs will provide a feast for the senses as the children explore the living and non-living things at Beechwood. The bird ancestor that lived in trees developed wings, which is commonly associated with birds. neutral
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Scientists have found a single bacterium that causes Lyme disease, which can be cured if treated with antibiotics. Lyme disease is caused by bacteria. entails
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The constriction of the smooth muscle surrounding the bronchioles and the accumulation of mucus cause periods of airway obstruction and subsequent difficulty in moving air in and (to a greater degree) out of the lungs. Smooth muscle regulates air flow in lungs. entails
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He grabs at the wheel to turn the car. The turning driveshaft causes the wheels of the car to turn. neutral
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corolla with petals free. All of the petals together are called a corolla. neutral
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FRONT A front is the boundary between two different air masses . In weather terms, the boundary between two air masses is called front. entails
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Pediatric Neuro-Endocrinologist The pituitary, thyroid and hypothalamus are glands in the brain that secrete hormones that control metabolism, growth and sexual development. The thyroid gland is controlled by a negative feedback loop that includes the hypothalamus and pituitary gland. neutral
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Most of the universe is in the plasma state. Plasma matter makes up most of the universe. entails
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This kind of wave pattern is called periodic waves, and its movement is also classified with oscillating springs as simple harmonic motion. An object attached to a spring sliding on a frictionless surface is an uncomplicated type of simple harmonic oscillator. neutral
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Improving the health, nutrition, and maternity care of women would improve the prospects for the 7 million infants who die during their first week of life and the over 20 million low-birth-weight babies born each year. During the first year after birth, a baby called a(n) infant. neutral
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When oceanic crust and continental crust collide , continental crust, being less dense will usually ride up over the oceanic crust. Gabbro is a dark dense rock that can be found in the oceanic crust. neutral
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The process of mitosis is traditionally divided into four main phases, which are arbitrary divisions of a continuous process. Mitosis actually occurs in four phases. entails
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organ A structure composed of different tissues, such as root, stem, leaf, or reproductive (e.g., flower) parts. A(n) organ is a structure that is composed of one or more types of tissues. entails
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Evaporation is the opposite of condensation , the process of water vapor turning into liquid water. When liquid water changes to water vapor it is called evaporation. entails
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All living cells have a plasma membrane that encloses their contents. All types of cells are enclosed by a membrane. entails
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Hemodialysis In hemodialysis, an artificial kidney removes waste from the blood. Hemodialysis has a patient’s blood pass through a length of tubing that travels through an artificial kidney machine. entails
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Lens C, on the right, is a double concave lens. A concave lens is thicker at the edges than it is in the middle. neutral
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Modeling the global ocean-atmosphere carbon dioxide system is becoming increasingly important to greenhouse gas policy. Ocean acidification occurs when excess carbon dioxide in the atmosphere causes the oceans to become acidic. neutral
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Lyme disease is an infection caused by a corkscrew-shaped bacterium known as a spirochete ( Borrelia burgdorferi ). Lyme disease is caused by bacteria. entails
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A neural synapse is the space between brain cells, or neurons, that allows chemical signals to be passed from one neuron to another. The the synapse is the space between a neuron and the next cell. entails
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Within the nucleus of every human cell, two long, thread-like DNA strands encode the instructions for making all proteins needed for life. If the dna from all 46 chromosomes in a human cell nucleus was laid out end to end, it would measure approximately two meters long. neutral
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Even in the 50- to 60-year age-at-onset group, the most common early-onset etiology involves the inheritance of one or more apolipoprotein E epsilon4 alleles as susceptibility genes and not autosomal dominant mutations. A person affected by an autosomal dominant disorder has one mutated allele. neutral
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Vocabulary acid anthocyanin base chemical change indicator pH In theory, any substance that undergoes a reversible chemical change when pH changes can be used as an acid-base indicator. If a substance has a ph value greater than 7,that indicates that it is base. neutral
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Dynamics is the study of motions that results from forces. Dynamics is the study of how forces affect the motion of objects. entails
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The spur-winged goose is a common bird of African wetlands. The bird ancestor that lived in trees developed wings, which is commonly associated with birds. neutral
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Fronts mark the boundary between two air masses. In weather terms, the boundary between two air masses is called front. entails
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pH pH is a measure of the hydrogen ion concentration in water. The concentration of the hydrogen ion in a solution can be calculated when the ph is known. entails
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Isolated system A system in which neither matter nor energy is exchanged with the surroundings. A sealed, vacuum-insulated reaction flask approximates the condition of a isolated system, in which neither matter nor heat can be exchanged between system and surroundings. entails
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Ecosystem Balance Homing is also believed to play an important role in ecosystem stabilization at salmon breeding grounds. Beneficial fungi play a crucial role in balance of ecosystems. neutral
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They are divided into animals with a vertebral column or backbone and animals without one. Backbone is another name for the vertebral column. entails
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The low concentration of calcium in the cytosol allows calcium ions to function as a second messenger in calcium signaling. Calcium ion is an example of a second messenger. entails
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VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUND (VOC) is any volatile chemical compound which contains the element carbon excluding methane, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, carbonic acid, metallic carbides or carbonates, ammonium carbonate, and exempt compounds. Compounds containing the element carbon are the basis of all known life. neutral
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The number of bonds depends on the size, charge, and electron configuration of the metal ion and the ligands. The force of attraction between a positively charged metal ion and the valence electrons it shares with other ions of the metal is called a(n) metallic bond. neutral
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Since every organic molecule contains carbon (and usually hydrogen) atoms, the names of these to elements do not appear in the name of the compound. The element carbon is present in all organic molecules. entails
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Carbon is the main element in organic compounds, so carbon is essential to life on Earth. Compounds containing the element carbon are the basis of all known life. entails
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Plasma is the most abundant form of ordinary matter in the Universe, most of which is in the rarefied intergalactic regions, particularly the intracluster medium, and in stars, including the Sun. Plasma matter makes up most of the universe. entails
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A honey bee that discovers a new food source will tell other honey bees about its location through the honey bee dance. A bee will sometimes do a dance to tell other bees in the hive where to find food. entails
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At 8 weeks of pregnancy, the placenta and fetus have been developing for 6 weeks. The development of the respiratory system in the fetus begins at about 4 weeks. neutral
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Elements or atoms A chemical element is a substance made up of a specific type of atom. Energy is stored in a chemical substance between atoms. neutral
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Day 8 Objectives Students will be able to understand how a pH indicator works using an acid, base and neutral substance. If a substance has a ph value greater than 7,that indicates that it is base. neutral
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Mitosis The act of mitosis can be conveniently divided into four phases. Mitosis actually occurs in four phases. entails
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Neptune Neptune is the eighth planet from the Sun and the fourth largest (by diameter). The eighth planet from our sun is neptune. entails
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Deposits of metal ore are common in Greece. Metals start out as ore. neutral
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primary cell culture models of neuronal process outgrowth and synapse formation. The the synapse is the space between a neuron and the next cell. neutral
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In this and other ways, dragonflies play an important role in maintaining the balance of biodiversity in the coastal ecosystem. Beneficial fungi play a crucial role in balance of ecosystems. neutral
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An ORGAN is a discrete structure that performs specific functions and is composed of at least 2 tissue types. A(n) organ is a structure that is composed of one or more types of tissues. entails
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As many as seven breeds can be represented in a Keyway composite. Birds live and breed on seven of the continents. neutral
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EVAPORATION The transformation of a liquid to the gaseous state, such as the change of water to water vapor. When liquid water changes to water vapor it is called evaporation. entails
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The team discovered that an immune cell, called T cells, activated by the bacterium that causes Lyme disease, continues to cause joint inflammation after eradication of the bacterium, because these cells may mistake a human protein for a bacterium protein. Lyme disease is caused by bacteria. entails
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This is the shape of a convex (or converging) lens. A convex mirror is shaped like the outside of a bowl. neutral
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In California, the western black-legged tick is the primary carrier of Borrelia burgdorferi, the bacterium causing Lyme disease. Lyme disease is caused by bacteria. entails
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it is like viewing his music through a moving convex mirror. A convex mirror is shaped like the outside of a bowl. neutral
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Light enters the eye through the pupil, and the pupil is made larger or smaller by the iris. The pupil of the eye allows light to enter. entails
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NEPTUNE Neptune is the eighth planet from the sun. The eighth planet from our sun is neptune. entails
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right ear lobe was nearly severed; The gallbladder is near the right lobe of the liver. neutral
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evaporation --loss of water from a system by a change of phase from liquid to vapor. When liquid water changes to water vapor it is called evaporation. entails
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Plasmas (electrically charged gases) are the most common form of matter in the universe. Plasma matter makes up most of the universe. entails
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Electricity The resistance wire in an electrical appliance such as a heater or an oven. In relation to electrical current, a narrow wire will have more resistance than a wide wire. neutral
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The duodenum is the first part of the small intestine and most of the chemical digestion occurs here. In the body, chemical digestion mainly takes place in the small intestine. entails
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The angiosperms, or flowering plants, are all members of the phylum Anthophyta. Angiosperms are the most successful phylum of plants. neutral
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The boundary between two air masses is called a weather front. In weather terms, the boundary between two air masses is called front. entails
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In a compound, the atoms of the constituent substances are connected atom-to-atom by chemical bonds. Energy is stored in a chemical substance between atoms. neutral
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Plant Nematology Laboratory This laboratory examines soil and plant samples both qualitatively and quantitatively for the presence of plant parasitic nematodes. Nematodes can be a parasite of both. neutral
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We've learned that wolves play a vital role in helping to balance our natural ecosystems. Beneficial fungi play a crucial role in balance of ecosystems. neutral
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Between the 5th and the 12th weeks of pregnancy, while the fetus is growing and developing, nerve cells form in the digestive tract, beginning in the mouth and finishing in the anus. The development of the respiratory system in the fetus begins at about 4 weeks. neutral
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This repeats again and again in a never-ending cycle. The water cycle ends with it repeats itself. neutral
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Along the length of a muscle cell, parallel actin microfilaments are interdigitated with thicker filaments made of the protein myosin , a motor Muscle type of cell function relies on microfilaments, which are the actin components of the cytoskeleton. entails
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The speed of sound depends only on the medium through which it travels, not on its frequency, wavelength, or intensity (until the intensity gets so great that a shock wave results). The speed of sound depends on medium. entails
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The study suggested that leptin may be useful in the control of Type II diabetes, the form of the disease that often develops in older, overweight people. Diabetes is unpreventable in the type one form but may be prevented by diet if it is of the second type. neutral
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Birds live and breed in most terrestrial habitats on all seven continents. Birds live and breed on seven of the continents. entails
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pH In chemistry, pH is a measure of the concentration of hydrogen ions in a solution, which is a measure of acidity or alkalinity. The concentration of the hydrogen ion in a solution can be calculated when the ph is known. entails
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Before Kilauea Iki erupted, it was 200 meters deep. The photic zone extends 200 meters deep. neutral
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The viral genetic material uses the internal components of the living cell to reproduce the viral genetic material.) A viral vector is the name for a tool commonly used by molecular biologists to place genetic material into cells. neutral
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The the head of the arrow indicates the end of the hour(00, 03, 06, ..etc) where as the tail of the arrow indicates the beginning of the period. Reversible reactions are indicated by opposite-headed kinds of arrows. neutral
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and the cycle repeats. The water cycle ends with it repeats itself. neutral
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The equivalence point may not occur at pH 7, neutral pH, so the appropriate pH indicator must be chosen for the type of acid and base being titrated. If a substance has a ph value greater than 7,that indicates that it is base. neutral
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Boiling Point The temperature at which a liquid becomes a gas. Gases and liquids become solids at low temperatures. neutral
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At the end of that time, they must repeat the cycle. The water cycle ends with it repeats itself. neutral
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It helps the metal ore to melt. Metals start out as ore. neutral
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Each successive member of a homologous series of hydrocarbons has one more carbon and two more hydrogen atoms in its molecule than the preceding member. Hydrocarbons are made of one carbon and four hydrogen atoms. neutral
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Predaceous and omnivore nematode populations were low in both farming systems, and plant-parasitic nematode species reflected the crop sequences in rotations used in each system. Nematodes can be a parasite of both. neutral
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Phasmidia), both of which contain important insect-parasitic nematodes. Nematodes can be a parasite of both. neutral
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Examine the different lobes of the liver. The gallbladder is near the right lobe of the liver. neutral
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The liver first appears in a developing fetus as early as the third week of pregnancy, although liver function probably does not begin until the sixth to tenth week of pregnancy. The development of the respiratory system in the fetus begins at about 4 weeks. neutral
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Neptune is the eighth planet from the sun and the fourth largest (by diameter). The eighth planet from our sun is neptune. entails
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The disorder exhibits autosomal dominant inheritance, requiring only one mutant allele (gene). A person affected by an autosomal dominant disorder has one mutated allele. entails
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The descendants have backbones built from concave vertebrae the shape of hockey pucks. Vertebrata are characterized by the presence of backbone. neutral
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Heat does flow from the hot plate, through the flask, to the system, so there is an exchange of energy. A sealed, vacuum-insulated reaction flask approximates the condition of a isolated system, in which neither matter nor heat can be exchanged between system and surroundings. neutral
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Plagioclase is concentrated in igneous rocks from the oceanic crust . Gabbro is a dark dense rock that can be found in the oceanic crust. neutral
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Mollusks are a diverse group of animals, and play crucial roles in various ecosystems. Beneficial fungi play a crucial role in balance of ecosystems. neutral
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It displays a four-headed arrow indicating any of the arrow keys will size the window. Reversible reactions are indicated by opposite-headed kinds of arrows. neutral
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The 2,300-acre estuary supports one of the most diverse ecosystems in the state, playing a crucial role as a link in the Pacific flyway. Beneficial fungi play a crucial role in balance of ecosystems. neutral
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Ventricular stroke volume would simply be the cardiac output divided by the heart rate. The term cardiac output, calculated by multiplying heart contractions by stroke volume, means the volume of blood pumped by the heart in one minute. neutral
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The small intestine is a very important part of the digestive system as being the site where most of the nutrient absorption takes place. In the body, chemical digestion mainly takes place in the small intestine. entails
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Each water molecule contains 3 atoms, 2 of hydrogen and 1 of oxygen. Water contains 3 atoms. entails
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Based upon your understanding of normal cardiac function, discuss how the following heart pathologies might affect pressures, blood flow, contractility, stroke volume, cardiac output, or any other cardiac mechanism (45 minutes). The term cardiac output, calculated by multiplying heart contractions by stroke volume, means the volume of blood pumped by the heart in one minute. neutral
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Mitosis actually occurs in four phases. Mitosis actually occurs in four phases. entails
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PVC is a widely accepted insulating material for building wires due to its better abrasive and chemical resistance, weatherproof, electrical and fire retardant properties. In relation to electrical current, a narrow wire will have more resistance than a wide wire. neutral
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At the end of the cycle, it merely repeated the process. The water cycle ends with it repeats itself. neutral
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Heating and air conditioning systems, insulation, vents and ductwork; A sealed, vacuum-insulated reaction flask approximates the condition of a isolated system, in which neither matter nor heat can be exchanged between system and surroundings. neutral
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A falling barometer indicates the arrival of a low pressure air system, which often means stormy weather. You can expect stormy if a center of low pressure is moving your way. entails
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A protein in their blood kills the bacterium that causes Lyme disease. Lyme disease is caused by bacteria. entails
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The simplest hydrocarbon is one atom of carbon linked to four atoms of hydrogen. Hydrocarbons are made of one carbon and four hydrogen atoms. entails
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The user specifies the substance (e.g., citric acid or ethylenediamine), the desired pH, ionic strength, and volume, and the program indicates quantity of the substance to be used along with the calculated amount of strong acid or strong base required to achieve the desired pH. If a substance has a ph value greater than 7,that indicates that it is base. neutral
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The pupil allows the proper amount of light to enter the inside of the eye. The pupil of the eye allows light to enter. entails
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Such covalent substances are low-boiling-temperature liquids (such as ethanol), and low-melting-temperature solids (such as iodine and solid CO2). Gases and liquids become solids at low temperatures. neutral
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Radiation from the Sun is the ultimate source of energy for most communities of living things. Most of the energy used by living things comes either directly or indirectly from the sun. entails
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Most centers now place two to four embryos in the womb in the hope that one will burrow into the lining and begin to develop normally. Invertebrates (and higher animals) can also be placed in one of two groups based on how they develop as embryos. neutral
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The ventral surface of the liver is smooth and the right lobe is longer than the central lobe. The gallbladder is near the right lobe of the liver. neutral
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In the procedure, one or two cells can be removed from an IVF embryo at the 8- to 16-cell stage for biopsy, without affecting subsequent development of the embryo. Invertebrates (and higher animals) can also be placed in one of two groups based on how they develop as embryos. neutral
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placing human embryos in animals; Invertebrates (and higher animals) can also be placed in one of two groups based on how they develop as embryos. neutral
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An electron flow from the mouth to the nose moves with it positively charged metallic ions. The force of attraction between a positively charged metal ion and the valence electrons it shares with other ions of the metal is called a(n) metallic bond. neutral
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Basically this animation is showing the four phases of the cell cycle, including G1, Synthesis, G2, and Mitosis. Mitosis actually occurs in four phases. neutral
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Pluto's orbit was so erratic, however, that at times it was closer to the sun than the eighth planet, Neptune. The eighth planet from our sun is neptune. entails
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Like other members of the midlife mothers' cult, I'd read reams of literature on infant care long before my baby's birth, so I never doubted he'd nurse for his first year. During the first year after birth, a baby called a(n) infant. neutral
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The Italian researchers recommend further study of diet during pregnancy and early infancy to help determine how diet may interact with inherited tendencies in type 1 diabetes, and to look at possible prevention through diet. Diabetes is unpreventable in the type one form but may be prevented by diet if it is of the second type. neutral
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Due to its high electrical resistance it is widely used in Electrical Wires and cables. In relation to electrical current, a narrow wire will have more resistance than a wide wire. neutral
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It is drawn by horses, more commonly by birds or winged steeds; The bird ancestor that lived in trees developed wings, which is commonly associated with birds. neutral
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Saprotrophs are decomposers and liberate energy for their own use by breaking down complex organic matter from the dead bodies of other organisms. Mushrooms get their energy from decomposing dead organisms. neutral
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Corolla with 5 petals or lobes. All of the petals together are called a corolla. neutral
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All electrical components and wires have resistance but the larger the wire, the lower its resistance. In relation to electrical current, a narrow wire will have more resistance than a wide wire. entails
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prokaryotic cell (pro-KAR-ee-OT-ik) A type of cell lacking a membrane-enclosed nucleus and membrane-enclosed organelles; All types of cells are enclosed by a membrane. neutral
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It even hurts to turn the steering wheel on my car. The turning driveshaft causes the wheels of the car to turn. neutral
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But plasmas are actually the dominant form of matter in the universe. Plasma matter makes up most of the universe. entails
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Introduction The skeletal system consists of bones and their associated connective tissues-- tendons, ligaments, and cartilage.. Bones, cartilage, and ligaments make up the skeletal system. entails
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Helium is the second most abundant element in the known universe, after hydrogen. The element hydrogen is the most abundant in the universe. entails
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Whenever a system can exchange either heat or matter with its environment, an entropy decrease of that system is entirely compatible with the second law. A sealed, vacuum-insulated reaction flask approximates the condition of a isolated system, in which neither matter nor heat can be exchanged between system and surroundings. neutral
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Honey bees direct other bees to food sources with the round dance and the waggle dance. A bee will sometimes do a dance to tell other bees in the hive where to find food. entails
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There were six or seven birds that could easily have been Best of Breed. Birds live and breed on seven of the continents. neutral
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Liquid water is converted to water vapor during evaporation . When liquid water changes to water vapor it is called evaporation. entails
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Thus, cell-free viral replication reactions are a proven technology which can be used for detailed biochemical and genetic dissection of the molecular mechanisms involved in the replication of picornaviruses. A viral vector is the name for a tool commonly used by molecular biologists to place genetic material into cells. neutral
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identify as a gas, liquid, or solid at room temperature Gases and liquids become solids at low temperatures. neutral
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This cycle removes carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and sequesters it in the oceans as calcium carbonate. Ocean acidification occurs when excess carbon dioxide in the atmosphere causes the oceans to become acidic. neutral
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metals and ores 5.2%; Metals start out as ore. neutral
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The mesopelagic zone is often defined as being between 200 and 1000 meters deep, although this is a somewhat arbitrary delineation. The photic zone extends 200 meters deep. neutral
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Algae have photosynthetic machinery ultimately derived from cyanobacteria that produce oxygen as a by-product of photosynthesis, unlike other photosynthetic bacteria such as purple and green sulfur bacteria. On a global scale, plants and other photosynthetic organisms have generated all of the oxygen in the air. neutral
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Caudate lobe of liver The gallbladder is near the right lobe of the liver. neutral
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They are a particular type of plasma lamp, one of the most modern. Plasma matter makes up most of the universe. neutral
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Helium is now known to be the second most abundant element ( after Hydrogen ) in the Universe. The element hydrogen is the most abundant in the universe. entails
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The bacterium that causes Lyme Disease is named for the person who discovered it, Willy Burgdorfer, Ph.D.. Lyme disease is caused by bacteria. entails
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1) Each sperm has a head (nucleus and acrosome), midpiece (mitochondria), and tail (microtubules). The head of the sperm contains the nucleus. entails
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Long wires have more resistance than short wires; In relation to electrical current, a narrow wire will have more resistance than a wide wire. neutral
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When seagulls fly high, stormy weather is expected. You can expect stormy if a center of low pressure is moving your way. neutral
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Maternal effects on development can be investigated by placing half an embryo into one kind of female and the matching identical half into another. Invertebrates (and higher animals) can also be placed in one of two groups based on how they develop as embryos. neutral
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He explained to students during the biology 525 animal behavior class that bees are also dependent on a dance, which tells the others in the hive where and how far the nearest source of food is. A bee will sometimes do a dance to tell other bees in the hive where to find food. entails
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Gas Properties & Kinetic Theory of Matter The behavior of ideal gases is explained by kinetic molecular theory. neutral
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The ultimate source of energy for most living organisms is the sun. Most of the energy used by living things comes either directly or indirectly from the sun. entails
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Hydrogen is the lightest of the elements as well as the most abundant. The element hydrogen is the most abundant in the universe. entails
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Neptune, the eighth, and next to last, planet from the Sun, is almost 2.7 billion (2,700,000,000) miles away from the center of the solar system. The eighth planet from our sun is neptune. entails
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An ionic bond is the bonding between a non-metal and a metal, that occurs when charged atoms (ions) attract. The force of attraction between a positively charged metal ion and the valence electrons it shares with other ions of the metal is called a(n) metallic bond. neutral
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Likewise, infants adopted in the first half year are as likely to be securely attached as infants raised from birth by their natural parents. During the first year after birth, a baby called a(n) infant. neutral
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This sweeping of the water-cooled surfaces, in the furnace, by the gas increases the evaporation rate. The impact of evaporative loss of the most energetic water molecules from a surface has the impact that it cools it. neutral
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At a subduction zone, cool and dense ocean crust comes in contact with less dense continental crust. Gabbro is a dark dense rock that can be found in the oceanic crust. neutral
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Some deer carry ticks that may leave behind the Borrelia burgdorferi bacterium, which causes Lyme disease. Lyme disease is caused by bacteria. entails
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Planets Recommended Sites SEDS 9 Neptune is the eighth planet from the Sun and the fourth largest (by diameter). The eighth planet from our sun is neptune. entails
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Birds live and breed in most terrestrial habitats and on all seven continents, reaching their southern extreme in the snow petrel's breeding colonies up to 440 mi inland in Antarctica. Birds live and breed on seven of the continents. entails
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In stanza seven the author says that the bird is not born to dir, that it should live through many adventures. Birds live and breed on seven of the continents. neutral
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The speed of sound depends upon the type of medium and its state. The speed of sound depends on medium. entails
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In prokaryotes, binary fission does not involve mitosis, but in single-celled eukaryotes that undergo binary fission, mitosis is part of the process. Binary fission is a form of cell division in prokaryotic organisms that produces identical offspring. neutral
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The speed of sound depends on the properties of the medium through which the wave travels. The speed of sound depends on medium. entails
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X-rays differ from gamma rays only in how they are produced in the atom. Radioactive atoms, nuclear explosions, and stars produce gamma rays neutral
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In the human fetus, the genital tubercle develops around week 4 of gestation, and by week 9 becomes recognizably either a clitoris or penis. The development of the respiratory system in the fetus begins at about 4 weeks. neutral
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Usually remineralisation relates to organic and inorganic molecules involving biologically important elements such as carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus. The element carbon is present in all organic molecules. neutral
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At higher temperatures it may become a liquid or a gas. Gases and liquids become solids at low temperatures. neutral
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Solid Hydrogen Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the cosmos. The element hydrogen is the most abundant in the universe. entails
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The carotid arteries are two arteries in the neck that supply blood to the brain. The carotid artery takes blood to the brain. entails
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Note that monocot flowers do not have differentiated sepals and petals, and the showy parts of the flower are simply called the perianth (not calyx or corolla). All of the petals together are called a corolla. neutral
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left lobe of liver 15. The gallbladder is near the right lobe of the liver. neutral
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In the long term, good control of sugar may prevent or delay complications of type 2 diabetes such as heart disease, kidney disease, and blindness. Diabetes is unpreventable in the type one form but may be prevented by diet if it is of the second type. neutral
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The pupil, as you probably know, is simply a "hole" in the middle of the iris that allows light to enter the eye. The pupil of the eye allows light to enter. entails
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They include the thyroid gland, the pituitary gland, the adrenal glands, and others. The thyroid gland is controlled by a negative feedback loop that includes the hypothalamus and pituitary gland. neutral
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When light (from any source) enters the eye through the pupil, a part of that light will be reflected back out of the eye by the tumors. The pupil of the eye allows light to enter. entails
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These bonds are formed by a cloud of valence electrons that are shared between positive metal ions (cations) in a crystal lattice. The force of attraction between a positively charged metal ion and the valence electrons it shares with other ions of the metal is called a(n) metallic bond. neutral
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Thus, the speed of sound through a medium, such as air or water, is determined by the properties of that medium. The speed of sound depends on medium. entails
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The kinetic theory of gases (also known as kinetic-molecular theory) is a law that explains the behavior of a hypothetical ideal gas. The behavior of ideal gases is explained by kinetic molecular theory. entails
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The condition that the system is mechanically isolated is necessary in order to ensure it does not exchange energy with any external object besides the heat bath. A sealed, vacuum-insulated reaction flask approximates the condition of a isolated system, in which neither matter nor heat can be exchanged between system and surroundings. neutral
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The continental crust is more dense than the oceanic crust. Gabbro is a dark dense rock that can be found in the oceanic crust. neutral
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Since plasma is the most common state of matter in the universe and everything was plasma just after the big bang, perhaps it should be classified as the 'first' state. Plasma matter makes up most of the universe. entails
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A chemical reaction rearranges the constituent atoms of the reactants to create different substances as products. All chemical reactions involve both reactants and products. entails
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Vertebrates have a backbone or spine ( vertebral column ), and amount to less than five percent of all described animal species . Backbone is another name for the vertebral column. entails
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The aim is to reverse this process and prevent type 1 diabetes in people at risk of the disease. Diabetes is unpreventable in the type one form but may be prevented by diet if it is of the second type. neutral
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The laboratory uses a combination of genetic manipulations, molecular biology, and animals studies to identify the function of these two viral gene products and to identify other viral genes which regulate cell tropism. A viral vector is the name for a tool commonly used by molecular biologists to place genetic material into cells. neutral
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I was 9 weeks along but my fetus was not developed passed 6 weeks. The development of the respiratory system in the fetus begins at about 4 weeks. neutral
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and metal ore (7.8%). Metals start out as ore. neutral
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Incubation isfound almost exclusively in birds where the eggs are warmed sothis refers to caring for the eggs and keeping them warm. Incubation is when birds keep their eggs warm while the embryos inside develop. entails
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A component of the vertebral column, or backbone, found in vertebrates. Backbone is another name for the vertebral column. entails
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Along with end-diastolic volume, ESV determines the stroke volume, or output of blood by the heart during a single phase of the cardiac cycle. The term cardiac output, calculated by multiplying heart contractions by stroke volume, means the volume of blood pumped by the heart in one minute. neutral
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This course is a study of the nucleus of the atom, including nuclear processes, decay schemes, sub-atomic particles, nuclear reactions, radioactive decay, neutron cross-section; A neutron collides with an atom of u-235 during the basic nuclear fission process. neutral
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Evaporation The conversion of liquid water to water vapor. When liquid water changes to water vapor it is called evaporation. entails
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The wire offers resistance to the flow of the current. In relation to electrical current, a narrow wire will have more resistance than a wide wire. neutral
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We studied cytochemical localization of ectoadenosine triphosphatase in the rat liver during development from 15-day-old fetus to 4-week-old and adult animal. The development of the respiratory system in the fetus begins at about 4 weeks. neutral
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Carbon forms the skeleton of all organic molecules. The element carbon is present in all organic molecules. entails
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Compound containing carbon to carbon unsaturation. Compounds containing the element carbon are the basis of all known life. neutral
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The petals collectively are called the corolla. All of the petals together are called a corolla. entails
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Methane is the simplest of the hydrocarbon compounds, being composed of one carbon atom and four atoms of hydrogen. Hydrocarbons are made of one carbon and four hydrogen atoms. entails
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Animals with one copy of the mutant gene are physiologically normal, but when two such animals are mated, some of the embryos-embryos with two copies of the mutant gene-die in the womb. Invertebrates (and higher animals) can also be placed in one of two groups based on how they develop as embryos. neutral
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They also play a crucial role as a check and balance on the powers of Congress and the Supreme Court. Beneficial fungi play a crucial role in balance of ecosystems. neutral
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Evaporation and Condensation Evaporation is the phase change of liquid water into a vapor (gas). When liquid water changes to water vapor it is called evaporation. entails
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The sun is the ultimate source of energy in most ecosystems and for almost all living things. Most of the energy used by living things comes either directly or indirectly from the sun. entails
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The contaminated metal ions are bonded into The force of attraction between a positively charged metal ion and the valence electrons it shares with other ions of the metal is called a(n) metallic bond. neutral
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Superconductors are materials that lose little or no energy as electricity passes through them. You call materials able to conduct electricity with 100% efficiency, meaning that no energy is lost during the electrical transmission, superconductors. entails
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Electrical contacts and resistance wire. In relation to electrical current, a narrow wire will have more resistance than a wide wire. neutral
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Preventing Diabetes A new vaccine may prevent the onset of type 1 diabetes. Diabetes is unpreventable in the type one form but may be prevented by diet if it is of the second type. neutral
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C, N, P, and S play a crucial role in the environmental health of the ecosystems in south Florida. Beneficial fungi play a crucial role in balance of ecosystems. neutral
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All too often this is the repeated cycle without an end. The water cycle ends with it repeats itself. neutral
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Methane, the simplest hydrocarbon, is a single carbon atom surrounded by four hydrogen atoms. Hydrocarbons are made of one carbon and four hydrogen atoms. entails
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The pH is a measure of the concentration of hydrogen ions in a solution. The concentration of the hydrogen ion in a solution can be calculated when the ph is known. entails
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Lyme disease is caused by a corkscrew-shaped bacterium, or spirochete, called Borrelia burgdorferi . Lyme disease is caused by bacteria. entails
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Sometimes, the prettiest way is not the best way, and a ride through stormy weather on an ugly bike can be the most fun of all. You can expect stormy if a center of low pressure is moving your way. neutral
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In vascular smooth muscle, K ATP channels are important modulators of vascular tone and, therefore, play a role in regulating blood flow. Smooth muscle regulates air flow in lungs. neutral
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Mitosis can generally be divided into four phases, Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, and Telophase. Mitosis actually occurs in four phases. entails
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Left of the gut two developing embryos can be seen. Invertebrates (and higher animals) can also be placed in one of two groups based on how they develop as embryos. neutral
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Because of very high infant mortality (22% of new babies died) the life expectancy at birth was only 25.0 years in 1900. During the first year after birth, a baby called a(n) infant. neutral
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This is the water cycle and it just keeps repeating. The water cycle ends with it repeats itself. entails
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Snakes are beneficial and necessary for a balanced ecosystem. Beneficial fungi play a crucial role in balance of ecosystems. neutral
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Review the names and locations of the seven continents, the continent we live on, and the largest and smallest continent. Birds live and breed on seven of the continents. neutral
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Describe the structure of a gas on the molecular level using the Kinetic-Molecular Theory. The behavior of ideal gases is explained by kinetic molecular theory. neutral
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squat vertebrae (backbones) that might belong to a crocodile; Vertebrata are characterized by the presence of backbone. neutral
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Microevolution--variation within species 2. Microevolution is when a species changes in small ways over time. neutral
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One gear wheel can be turned to cause the second gear wheel to turn. The turning driveshaft causes the wheels of the car to turn. neutral
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It is not necessary to let the plant go dormant. Many plants respond to the days growing shorter in the fall by going dormant. neutral
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Seven Lives Many Faces Birds live and breed on seven of the continents. neutral
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If no Carbon is present, put all elements in alphabetical order. The element carbon is present in all organic molecules. neutral
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Gases Kinetic Molecular Theory The theory that explains the behavior of ideal gases. The behavior of ideal gases is explained by kinetic molecular theory. entails
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Evaporation is the change of state of water (a liquid) to water vapor (a gas). When liquid water changes to water vapor it is called evaporation. entails
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Right Lobe - The gallbladder is near the right lobe of the liver. neutral
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Neptune, a mostly gaseous giant, is the eighth planet from the sun. The eighth planet from our sun is neptune. entails
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Acid-base indicators are substances that change color as a function of pH, usually over a range of 1 to 2 pH units. If a substance has a ph value greater than 7,that indicates that it is base. neutral
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This space is called the synapse and is the site communication between cells. The the synapse is the space between a neuron and the next cell. entails
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This study investigates the ability of seven species of plant-parasitic nematodes to attack seedlings of both tree species. Nematodes can be a parasite of both. neutral
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In birds, vertebrae at the tail end of the backbone are fused into a structure called a pygostyle. Vertebrata are characterized by the presence of backbone. neutral
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A total phosphorus budget for the water layer is developed with inputs from external loading, recycling from the sediments, and considering losses due to flushing and settling. When sediments settle out of water, they form horizontal layers. neutral
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A potentially fatal condition, Lyme disease is caused by a bacterium transmitted to humans through the bite of a black-legged tick. Lyme disease is caused by bacteria. entails
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Plywood Superconductors These are materials that conduct electricity without any loss of energy, such as heat loss. You call materials able to conduct electricity with 100% efficiency, meaning that no energy is lost during the electrical transmission, superconductors. entails
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Most of the chemical digestion of foods takes place in the small intestine 2. In the body, chemical digestion mainly takes place in the small intestine. entails
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American Birding Association's Winging It. The bird ancestor that lived in trees developed wings, which is commonly associated with birds. neutral
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Multicelled organisms are composed of organs, organs of tissues, tissues of cells. A(n) organ is a structure that is composed of one or more types of tissues. neutral
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When water changes from a liquid to a vapor, a process called evaporation, it requires a good deal of energy and this energy comes from the body of liquid water. When liquid water changes to water vapor it is called evaporation. entails
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The point where these two air masses meet is called a front. In weather terms, the boundary between two air masses is called front. entails
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There are more carbon compounds than there are compounds of all other elements combined. Compounds containing the element carbon are the basis of all known life. neutral
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The prefrontal cortex, located in the frontal lobe just behind the forehead, is believed to serve as the brain's command center. The primary motor cortex is located in the frontal lobe of the brain. neutral
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When these two different plates converge, the more dense oceanic crust is forced under the less dense continental crust. Gabbro is a dark dense rock that can be found in the oceanic crust. neutral
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Its speed in any given medium depends on its wavelength and the properties of that medium. The speed of sound depends on medium. entails
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Furthermore, stormy conditions were moving out of Arizona and into New Mexico and an upper-level low pressure system moves southeast into Mexico. You can expect stormy if a center of low pressure is moving your way. neutral
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Metallic bond This is bonding of metal atoms where positive metal ions are in a three-dimensional arrangement and the valence electrons are able to move freely over the entire structure of the metal. The force of attraction between a positively charged metal ion and the valence electrons it shares with other ions of the metal is called a(n) metallic bond. 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. Meiosis is part of the process of gametogenesis, which is the production of sperm and eggs. entails
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LOW PRESSURE AREA An area of minimum barometric pressure usually bringing stormy weather. You can expect stormy if a center of low pressure is moving your way. entails
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Place the double concave lens after the cylindrical lens. A concave lens is thicker at the edges than it is in the middle. neutral
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As with any wave the speed of sound depends on the medium in which it is propagating. The speed of sound depends on medium. entails
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Although in principle, the HeHg laser can be operated in 'sealed tube' fashion, as a practical matter, maintaining a connection to the vacuum system will be essential. A sealed, vacuum-insulated reaction flask approximates the condition of a isolated system, in which neither matter nor heat can be exchanged between system and surroundings. neutral
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Components of a solar thermal system can include collectors to collect and transform the heat of the sun, an insulated storage system to store the heated water, heat exchangers, and pipes to transport heated liquid. A sealed, vacuum-insulated reaction flask approximates the condition of a isolated system, in which neither matter nor heat can be exchanged between system and surroundings. neutral
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Metal Ores, Not Elsewhere Classified; Metals start out as ore. neutral
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metal ores and scrap. Metals start out as ore. neutral
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This four-phase process stimulates the growth of the body, replacing cells through volume cell increments, a process known as mitosis. Mitosis actually occurs in four phases. entails
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Approaching nonlinear dynamics by studying the motion of a.. Dynamics is the study of how forces affect the motion of objects. neutral
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A front is the boundary between two different air masses. In weather terms, the boundary between two air masses is called front. entails
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Contusion of the lower lobe of the left lung Multiple perforations of the liver and gallbladder Lacerated right kidney and retroperitoneal haematoma Fragments adjacent to the abdominal aorta and the right L3 nerve root Delayed third-nerve palsy. The gallbladder is near the right lobe of the liver. neutral
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At this temperature, the lattice breaks down and the solid becomes a liquid. Gases and liquids become solids at low temperatures. neutral
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Concave Lens A concave lens is the opposite of a convex lens. A concave lens is thicker at the edges than it is in the middle. neutral
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This extended that testing to 200 and 300 meters. The photic zone extends 200 meters deep. neutral
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If an molecule contains carbon, it is called organic. The element carbon is present in all organic molecules. entails
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Understanding Life Carbon is found in all organic molecules. The element carbon is present in all organic molecules. entails
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This process of water recycling, known as the water cycle, repeats itself continuously. The water cycle ends with it repeats itself. entails
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At about nine weeks into the pregnancy, the fetus begins to engage in movements that resemble breathing. The development of the respiratory system in the fetus begins at about 4 weeks. neutral
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The crust can be divided into ocean basins, underlain by a thin layer of dense, basaltic rock, and continents, formed of a much thicker but less-dense layer of granitic rocks. Gabbro is a dark dense rock that can be found in the oceanic crust. neutral
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The Translator was repetitious (indicated by the double-headed arrow in the diagram). Reversible reactions are indicated by opposite-headed kinds of arrows. neutral
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Persistent Infections by Organ System Some viruses can establish persistent infection at the same time in different cell types of one or more tissues or organs. A(n) organ is a structure that is composed of one or more types of tissues. neutral
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Hydrogen is also the simplest and most abundant element in existence. The element hydrogen is the most abundant in the universe. entails
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Infant seats are designed for babies from birth until at least 20 pounds and one year of age. During the first year after birth, a baby called a(n) infant. neutral
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Neptune -- Planet eighth in order from the sun. The eighth planet from our sun is neptune. entails
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As mentioned on p. 183 Hydrogen is the most abundant element. The element hydrogen is the most abundant in the universe. entails
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Investigate the relationships among floating, density, displacement, volume, and buoyant force. If the buoyant force is greater than the force of gravity acting on a ship, it will float. neutral
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Plasmalogens are glycereophospholipids characterized by the presence of vinyl ether bond at the sn-1 position of glycerol backbone and an ester bond at the sn-2 position. Vertebrata are characterized by the presence of backbone. neutral
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Weight is measured in newtons, the standard unit for force. Newton (n) is the si unit for weight. entails
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Liver and gallbladder The liver is the largest organ of the body, and is composed of several lobes arranged around a central vein, a derivative of the hepatic vein. The gallbladder is near the right lobe of the liver. neutral
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Essentially all our energy here on earth comes from the sun, either directly or indirectly through fossil fuels. Most of the energy used by living things comes either directly or indirectly from the sun. entails
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Most of the universe, however, consists of matter in the plasma state . Plasma matter makes up most of the universe. entails
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VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUND (VOC) is defined as any volatile compound containing the element carbon, excluding methane, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, carbonic acid, metallic carbides or carbonates, ammonium carbonate, and exempt compounds. Compounds containing the element carbon are the basis of all known life. neutral
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He said Sudan could augment export of organic chemicals, cotton, metals and ores, and make a start with fruits trade. Metals start out as ore. neutral
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These organisms play a crucial role in benthic ecosystems, forming essential food chains and participating in the nitrogen cycle. Beneficial fungi play a crucial role in balance of ecosystems. neutral
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During the evaporation, liquid becomes water vapor. When liquid water changes to water vapor it is called evaporation. entails
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Torsion of liver lobes a. The gallbladder is near the right lobe of the liver. neutral
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All of the populations that live in the same area make up a community . All of the populations that live in the same area make up a(n) community, which includes populations of different organisms. entails
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She slid behind the wheel and turned on the car. The turning driveshaft causes the wheels of the car to turn. neutral
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At the top of this area, patches of dark lichens can appear as crusts on rocks. Gabbro is a dark dense rock that can be found in the oceanic crust. neutral
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Microevolution involves small changes in gene frequencies within a population over a few or many generations, up to the formation of new species. Microevolution is when a species changes in small ways over time. entails
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However, nuclear transfer embryo development within a group is highly variable. Invertebrates (and higher animals) can also be placed in one of two groups based on how they develop as embryos. neutral
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Babies who are first births face a higher infant mortality rate than higher order births and this risk is even greater for teenage mothers. During the first year after birth, a baby called a(n) infant. neutral
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Try Magnesium for Relaxed Blood Flow The mineral magnesium is known for relaxing smooth muscle, the kind that lines the insides of blood vessels. Smooth muscle regulates air flow in lungs. neutral
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Just as food leaves the stomach into the small intestine, there is an organ that is attached to and parallel to the main digestive tract called the pancreas. In the body, chemical digestion mainly takes place in the small intestine. neutral
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PH is the measure of hydrogen ions in solutions. The concentration of the hydrogen ion in a solution can be calculated when the ph is known. entails
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A spirochete, or spiral bacterium, called Borrelia burgodrferi , is the cause of lyme disease. Lyme disease is caused by bacteria. entails
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These apex predators play a pivotal role in the balance of the ecosystem. Beneficial fungi play a crucial role in balance of ecosystems. neutral
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The lens may be convex or concave. A concave lens is thicker at the edges than it is in the middle. neutral
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That is the term for the two sets of 23 giant DNA molecules, or chromosomes, in the nucleus of every human cell. If the dna from all 46 chromosomes in a human cell nucleus was laid out end to end, it would measure approximately two meters long. neutral
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Oceanic crust consists almost entirely of the mafic rocks basalt (on top) and gabbro (on bottom). Gabbro is a dark dense rock that can be found in the oceanic crust. entails
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Y Y-ORGAN One type of endocrine tissue in crustaceans; A(n) organ is a structure that is composed of one or more types of tissues. neutral
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Repeat cycle. The water cycle ends with it repeats itself. neutral
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Carbon is a nonmetallic element that occurs in all organic and many inorganic compounds. The element carbon is present in all organic molecules. entails
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debate over the extent to which genes (nature) or experiences in a given environment (nurture) control traits such as animal behaviors Animal behavior can be said to be controlled by genetics and experiences, also known as nature and nurture. entails
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and Global ocean measurements of ocean-atmospheric carbon dioxide exchange and atmosphere-ocean-biology interactions. Ocean acidification occurs when excess carbon dioxide in the atmosphere causes the oceans to become acidic. neutral
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Interconnect performance depends on two electrical properties, the resistance of the wiring and the dielectric capacitance of the insulating materials that surround the wiring. In relation to electrical current, a narrow wire will have more resistance than a wide wire. neutral
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It was found that upon awakening the visual area, frontal cortex, limbic lobe were activated (in the intense activation phase) and the frontal cortex, temporal cortex, primary motor area, and insula were activated (in the post abrupt awakening phase). The primary motor cortex is located in the frontal lobe of the brain. neutral
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All reptiles grow throughout their lives and are ectothermic, or dependent on external heat for regulating body temperature. Reptiles are described by the term ectothermic, which means their internal temperature depends on the temperature of their environment. entails
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Meniscus Lens A lens which has one side convex, the other concave. A concave lens is thicker at the edges than it is in the middle. neutral
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The cycle is then repeated, providing a never ending supply of fertilizer. The water cycle ends with it repeats itself. neutral
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Like SPECT, PET images are created by detecting gamma rays produced by man-made radioactive atoms injected into the patient. Radioactive atoms, nuclear explosions, and stars produce gamma rays neutral
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The Intestines The small intestine is the primary site of chemical digestion and nutrient absorption. In the body, chemical digestion mainly takes place in the small intestine. entails
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The steep-walled crater is 700 metres wide and 200 meters deep, and lava flows extend along the eastern half of the island. The photic zone extends 200 meters deep. neutral
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The life cycle of all plants is complex because it is characterized by alternation of generations. The life cycle of plants is so complex because of the alternation of generation. entails
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others like to add a convex lens mirror to the driver side mirror; A convex mirror is shaped like the outside of a bowl. neutral
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closed system 36 A system that can exchange heat but not matter with its surroundings. A sealed, vacuum-insulated reaction flask approximates the condition of a isolated system, in which neither matter nor heat can be exchanged between system and surroundings. neutral
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Adult females give birth to their first infant between 13 and 15 years old and maximally they give birth to four infants during all their life. During the first year after birth, a baby called a(n) infant. neutral
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front The boundary between two air masses of different temperature and density. In weather terms, the boundary between two air masses is called front. entails
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These structural dissimilarities suggest that bird wings and bat wings were not inherited from a common ancestor with wings. The bird ancestor that lived in trees developed wings, which is commonly associated with birds. neutral
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The last part of sperm development involves transformation into a cell with a head, which contains the nucleus and DNA, and a filamentous tail, which propels the sperm forward. The head of the sperm contains the nucleus. entails
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This slow moving system directed a southerly air stream towards the Apple Isle, as Tasmania is called for the better part of five days. Jet streams are fast moving rivers of air that are going in opposite directions called. neutral
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The caudate lobe of the liver is also known as Spiegel's lobe. The gallbladder is near the right lobe of the liver. neutral
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The ozone molecule contains three atoms (O 3 ). Water contains 3 atoms. neutral
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Evaporation is the transformation of water from liquid to vapor state. When liquid water changes to water vapor it is called evaporation. entails
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Fungi play a crucial role in the balance of ecosystems . Beneficial fungi play a crucial role in balance of ecosystems. entails
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At times, Pluto s orbit takes it closer to the sun than Neptune, the eighth-farthest planet from the sun. The eighth planet from our sun is neptune. entails
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Since metal conducting wires have an almost fixed electrical resistance, some power will be wasted as heat in the wires. In relation to electrical current, a narrow wire will have more resistance than a wide wire. neutral
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Molecular regulation of smooth-muscle contraction; Smooth muscle regulates air flow in lungs. neutral
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The Four Phases of Mitosis Mitosis actually occurs in four phases. entails
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Topics to include atomic and nuclear structure, radioactivity, nuclear reactions, interactions of radiation with matter, dosimetry, particle and radiation detection devices,accelerators, neutron physics, fission and fusion, cosmic rays and transuranium elements. A neutron collides with an atom of u-235 during the basic nuclear fission process. neutral
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Arctic and boreal ecosystems play crucial roles in the climate system. Beneficial fungi play a crucial role in balance of ecosystems. neutral
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The arrow heads indicate the directions of update that are permissible. Reversible reactions are indicated by opposite-headed kinds of arrows. neutral
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Neptune -the 8th planet from the sun, Neptune rules Pisces . The eighth planet from our sun is neptune. entails
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The teacher will review that all life is dependent upon sunlight and that living things interact with each other in diverse methods to acquire energy either directly from the sun or by consuming organisms that acquired energy from the sun. Most of the energy used by living things comes either directly or indirectly from the sun. entails
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Continental crust is less dense and typically thicker than oceanic crust. Gabbro is a dark dense rock that can be found in the oceanic crust. neutral
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This type of neutron star is known as a gamma-ray pulsar. Radioactive atoms, nuclear explosions, and stars produce gamma rays neutral
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They are evergreen with branches forming horizontal layers. When sediments settle out of water, they form horizontal layers. neutral
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Concave lens A concave lens is thinner in the middle than at its edges and causes light rays to diverge (spread apart). A concave lens is thicker at the edges than it is in the middle. entails
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Autosomal Dominant In Autosomal Dominant inheritance, only one member of the gene pair needs to be functioning improperly for an individual to be affected. A person affected by an autosomal dominant disorder has one mutated allele. entails
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Lyme disease is caused by a bacterium that is transmitted from ticks to warm-blooded animals. Lyme disease is caused by bacteria. entails
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And in my Saturn, when I turn the wheel, the car turns. The turning driveshaft causes the wheels of the car to turn. neutral
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Newton's Second Law of Motion describes the relationship between force, mass and acceleration. Newton’s second law of motion is more than a definition; it is a relationship among acceleration, force, and mass. entails
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as, a mass of ore, metal, sand, or water. Metals start out as ore. neutral
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imidazoles contain 2 nitrogen atoms, triazoles contain 3 nitrogen atoms. Water contains 3 atoms. neutral
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Computers, the Internet and digital commerce have exploded the old job categories into a vast array of new niches, creating a kaleidoscope of ways to make a living. Each species has a particular way of making a living, which is called its niche. neutral
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Air Masses Warm Fronts and Cold Fronts High Pressure and Low Pressure Cyclones and Anticyclones Air Masses For a discussion of weather, it might be easiest to think in terms of air masses. In weather terms, the boundary between two air masses is called front. neutral
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Carbon dioxide is implicated in global warming, sulfur dioxide causes acid rain, and oil spills have polluted our oceans, rivers, and lakes. Ocean acidification occurs when excess carbon dioxide in the atmosphere causes the oceans to become acidic. neutral
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A very large iron regulator smoothed the air flow from the reciprocating cylinder. Smooth muscle regulates air flow in lungs. neutral
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left lobe of liver 4. The gallbladder is near the right lobe of the liver. neutral
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The food may also be transported to the hive where it is fed to and poisons other bees. A bee will sometimes do a dance to tell other bees in the hive where to find food. neutral
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Reversible reactions are symbolized in chemical equations by a double-headed arrow, but the standard remains to call the materials on the left the reactants and the materials on the right the products. Reversible reactions are indicated by opposite-headed kinds of arrows. entails
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The liver consists of right and left lobes. The gallbladder is near the right lobe of the liver. neutral
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Explain kinetic molecular theory. The behavior of ideal gases is explained by kinetic molecular theory. neutral
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Process wherein the source of at least one atom of carbon in the fluorine containing compound is elemental carbon, a carbon oxide, or carbon disulfide. Compounds containing the element carbon are the basis of all known life. neutral
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The denser plate, made of oceanic crust, is subducted underneath the less dense plate, which can be either continental or oceanic crust. Gabbro is a dark dense rock that can be found in the oceanic crust. neutral
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Ocean acidification (OA) is the process by which anthropogenically derived atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) is absorbed into surface seawater, lowering the pH and concentration of carbonate ions in the global ocean (Caldeira and Wickett 2003 ; Doney et al. 2009 ). Ocean acidification occurs when excess carbon dioxide in the atmosphere causes the oceans to become acidic. entails
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They are called babies or infants while in the nest. During the first year after birth, a baby called a(n) infant. neutral
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Like graphite, they are a crystalline form of carbon, the chemical element that provides the basis for all life on Earth. Compounds containing the element carbon are the basis of all known life. neutral
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Palatal development in the fetus begins at about six weeks in utero. The development of the respiratory system in the fetus begins at about 4 weeks. neutral
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Includes factors affecting chemical equilibrium, and solving problems involving concentrations of reactants, products at equilibrium, and the equilibrium constant of a reaction. All chemical reactions involve both reactants and products. neutral
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Molecular and immunologic tools used in the study of viral immunology. A viral vector is the name for a tool commonly used by molecular biologists to place genetic material into cells. neutral
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The second type of lens is the soft lens . A concave lens is thicker at the edges than it is in the middle. neutral
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The pupil controls the amount of light that enters the eye. The pupil of the eye allows light to enter. entails
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Lyme disease is caused by a type of bacterium that is carried by deer ticks. Lyme disease is caused by bacteria. entails
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4 ) Gametogenesis is the process of producing the gametes (eggs and sperm). Meiosis is part of the process of gametogenesis, which is the production of sperm and eggs. entails
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Assume that just five of those eggs can be made into healthy cloned embryos, two embryos are transferred to each surrogate mother, and one out of 100 embryos survives to birth--all reasonable assumptions based on animal data, scientists said. Invertebrates (and higher animals) can also be placed in one of two groups based on how they develop as embryos. neutral
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An organ is a structure that consists of two or more types of tissues that work together to do the same job. A(n) organ is a structure that is composed of one or more types of tissues. entails
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The cycle constantly repeated itself, with no end in sight. The water cycle ends with it repeats itself. neutral
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For example, the SI unit of measure for force is the Newton (N) and is defined as (kgms -2 ). Newton (n) is the si unit for weight. neutral
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When fission occurs, neutrons, which are particles in the nucleus of the atom, are released. A neutron collides with an atom of u-235 during the basic nuclear fission process. neutral
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Mechanical engineers use thermo-science to design engines and power plants, heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems, heat exchangers, heat sinks, radiators, refrigeration, insulation, and others. A sealed, vacuum-insulated reaction flask approximates the condition of a isolated system, in which neither matter nor heat can be exchanged between system and surroundings. neutral
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However, insulation and heating systems can be created. A sealed, vacuum-insulated reaction flask approximates the condition of a isolated system, in which neither matter nor heat can be exchanged between system and surroundings. neutral
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Molecular regulation of smooth-muscle contraction;. Smooth muscle regulates air flow in lungs. neutral
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Breeding birds of any species is a seven day a week, year round job. Birds live and breed on seven of the continents. neutral
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The SI Unit to measured work is Joule or J, expressed in Newton-meters. Newton (n) is the si unit for weight. neutral
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Introduction to the neuron, synapse, nerve conduction, cell threshold, and feedback system. The the synapse is the space between a neuron and the next cell. neutral
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There, the group of cells can embed in the uterine wall and develop into an embryo and placenta. Invertebrates (and higher animals) can also be placed in one of two groups based on how they develop as embryos. neutral
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Resistance wire is a type of high resistance electrical wire. In relation to electrical current, a narrow wire will have more resistance than a wide wire. neutral
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When they join with other elements non-metals can either share electrons in a covalent bond or gain electrons to become a negative ion and make an ionic bond. The force of attraction between a positively charged metal ion and the valence electrons it shares with other ions of the metal is called a(n) metallic bond. neutral
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Most of the volume of the universe is in the electrodynamic plasma state. Plasma matter makes up most of the universe. entails
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A calorimeter is a thermally insulated container where a reaction system can be performed and the energy exchange between the system and its surroundings can be measured. A sealed, vacuum-insulated reaction flask approximates the condition of a isolated system, in which neither matter nor heat can be exchanged between system and surroundings. neutral
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Among the findings were that bees have food scouts and that there's competition for food among different hives. A bee will sometimes do a dance to tell other bees in the hive where to find food. neutral
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The protein of both the bacteria and plant material is digested, the digestion products passing into the small intestine where assimilation takes place and they enter the bloodstream. In the body, chemical digestion mainly takes place in the small intestine. neutral
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The photic zone extends to a maximum depth of 200 meters (656 feet) below the surface of the water. The photic zone extends 200 meters deep. entails
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The Arrow or Read Head indicates the location on the tape that is currently beneath the Read Head. Reversible reactions are indicated by opposite-headed kinds of arrows. neutral
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Resistivity is a basic property of materials, defined as electrical resistance per unit length of a wire of unit cross-sectional area. In relation to electrical current, a narrow wire will have more resistance than a wide wire. neutral
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base is a substance with pH greater than 7. If a substance has a ph value greater than 7,that indicates that it is base. entails
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One of Meg's ambitions was to live on seven continents and learn seven languages. Birds live and breed on seven of the continents. neutral
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During the third week of embryonic growth the brain begins to develop in the early fetus in a process called induction. The development of the respiratory system in the fetus begins at about 4 weeks. neutral
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Clearly, deforestation contributes to global warming and ocean acidification (see my two postings entitled Solar Activity, Greenhouse Gas Levels and Climate Change on Our Earth  and Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Levels and Ocean Acidification ). Ocean acidification occurs when excess carbon dioxide in the atmosphere causes the oceans to become acidic. neutral
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gacA was identified in both the plant and nematode screens). Nematodes can be a parasite of both. neutral
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Evaporation is the change of liquid-water to water vapor. When liquid water changes to water vapor it is called evaporation. entails
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Spool Sanding Sanding convex or concave profiles on curves such as mirror frames, headboards, and other compound shapes. A convex mirror is shaped like the outside of a bowl. neutral
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Layered rock from the accumulation of sediment shifted through wind or water erosion form the weakest rock, or sedimentary rock. When sediments settle out of water, they form horizontal layers. neutral
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The light is collected by the concave (curved inward, like a bowl) primary mirror and reflected toward the smaller, convex (curved outward, like a dome) secondary mirror. A convex mirror is shaped like the outside of a bowl. entails
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Grizzlies play a similar role in their ecosystem, helping keep down populations of moose, caribou and deer, and thus their presence helps ensure that the ecosystem remains balanced and healthy. Beneficial fungi play a crucial role in balance of ecosystems. neutral
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and Vertebrata, animals with backbones made up of vertebrae, with about 41,700 species. Vertebrata are characterized by the presence of backbone. entails
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Phases two, three and four were the actual treatment phases of the program. Mitosis actually occurs in four phases. neutral
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it simply repeats at the end of the complete 365 day cycle. The water cycle ends with it repeats itself. neutral
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Neptune is the eighth planet from the sun. The eighth planet from our sun is neptune. entails
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pH is the measure of hydrogen ions concentration. The concentration of the hydrogen ion in a solution can be calculated when the ph is known. entails
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Called fission, the reaction is used in nuclear power plants and atomic bombs. Fission is the radioactive process used in nuclear power plants and one type of nuclear bomb. entails
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His two books, Thermodynamics and the Free Energy of Chemical Substances McGraw-Hill), and Valence and the Structure of Atoms and Molecules (Dover), were both published in 1923. Energy is stored in a chemical substance between atoms. neutral
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pH is a measure of the concentration of hydrogen ions in a solution. The concentration of the hydrogen ion in a solution can be calculated when the ph is known. entails
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In some sense they are also beneficial as part of a balanced ecosystem. Beneficial fungi play a crucial role in balance of ecosystems. neutral
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ORGANS are discrete structures that consist of at least 2 tissues types. A(n) organ is a structure that is composed of one or more types of tissues. entails
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Arrow heads indicate DNA fragments with different mobilities. Reversible reactions are indicated by opposite-headed kinds of arrows. neutral
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All but one group of these (the hagfishes) also convert their notochord into a vertebral column or backbone thus qualifying as vertebrates. Backbone is another name for the vertebral column. entails
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A bee that locates a food source returns to the hive and performs a dance indicating the location, direction, distance, and type of food source. A bee will sometimes do a dance to tell other bees in the hive where to find food. entails
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Organs are structures of definite form that are composed of two or more different tissues and have speciflc functions. A(n) organ is a structure that is composed of one or more types of tissues. entails
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fission -- Division of single-celled organisms, especially prokaryotes, in which mitosis does not occur. Binary fission is a form of cell division in prokaryotic organisms that produces identical offspring. neutral
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a front is a boundary layer between to different air masses. In weather terms, the boundary between two air masses is called front. entails
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The reality is that plasmas make up over 98% of the matter in the universe. Plasma matter makes up most of the universe. entails
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The helper virus is used to coinfect cells alongside the viral vector and provides the necessary enzymes for replication of the genome of the viral vector. A viral vector is the name for a tool commonly used by molecular biologists to place genetic material into cells. neutral
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Phase Four is the actual home visits by these volunteers. Mitosis actually occurs in four phases. neutral
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The boiling point is the temperature when a liquid becomes a gas. Gases and liquids become solids at low temperatures. neutral
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The large liver is divided into a right and left lobe. The gallbladder is near the right lobe of the liver. neutral
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bonding of chlorocarbons to metal ions; The force of attraction between a positively charged metal ion and the valence electrons it shares with other ions of the metal is called a(n) metallic bond. neutral
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So, each acre in Central America must hold six or seven times as many birds as an acre of their breeding grounds. Birds live and breed on seven of the continents. neutral
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All reptiles are ectothermic, which means that they rely on an outside source of heat to keep their body temperatures at a suitable level. Reptiles are described by the term ectothermic, which means their internal temperature depends on the temperature of their environment. entails
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The owner of the mine must announce to the mining authorities the ores or metals that he wants to mine before starting his work. Metals start out as ore. neutral
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Pupil -- the opening in your eye that allows light to enter. The pupil of the eye allows light to enter. entails
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ENERGY MANAGEMENT AND EQUIPMENT American Superconductor AMSC Develops and manufactures products using super conducting materials and power electronic devices for electric power applications. You call materials able to conduct electricity with 100% efficiency, meaning that no energy is lost during the electrical transmission, superconductors. neutral
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It is useful for this application because it remains a gas even at the low temperature of liquid hydrogen. Gases and liquids become solids at low temperatures. neutral
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Luckily, hydrogen is the most overwhelming abundant element in the cosmos. The element hydrogen is the most abundant in the universe. entails
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If you took the DNA from a single human cell, that is, the four long molecules, and you put them end on end, you couldn t see them because they d be only two-billionths of a meter across. If the dna from all 46 chromosomes in a human cell nucleus was laid out end to end, it would measure approximately two meters long. neutral
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Evaporation is the process of changing liquid water into water vapor (a gas). When liquid water changes to water vapor it is called evaporation. entails
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It may also help prevent heart disease, diabetes and certain types of cancer. Diabetes is unpreventable in the type one form but may be prevented by diet if it is of the second type. neutral
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Diabetes Prevention Research Type 1 diabetes , also called juvenile diabetes or insulin-dependent diabetes, is one of the most common chronic diseases in the United States. Diabetes is unpreventable in the type one form but may be prevented by diet if it is of the second type. neutral
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Ecology of Birds Birds live and breed in most terrestrial habitats on all seven continents, from the Arctic to Antarctica. Birds live and breed on seven of the continents. entails
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Complete development of the flora was achieved in the presence of Angiosperms, the most evolved plants. Angiosperms are the most successful phylum of plants. entails
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A) gas to liquid B) solid to liquid C) solid to gas D) liquid to gas The temperature of a sample changes from 10C to 20C. Gases and liquids become solids at low temperatures. neutral
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From the tenth week the fetus begins to take on a human form. The development of the respiratory system in the fetus begins at about 4 weeks. neutral
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Type II diabetes mellitus Type II diabetes is a second and more common form of diabetes mellitus. Diabetes is unpreventable in the type one form but may be prevented by diet if it is of the second type. neutral
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Upon impact with a surface, the atoms release their stored energy to break chemical bonds. Energy is stored in a chemical substance between atoms. neutral
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The SI unit of weight is the Newton (N). Newton (n) is the si unit for weight. entails
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Some of the electrical energy in the lamp circuit is lost as heat due to the electrical resistance of the ballast wire and the eddy currents set up by the magnetic properties of the core. In relation to electrical current, a narrow wire will have more resistance than a wide wire. neutral
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The neritic zone extends below the intertidal to the edge of the continental shelves (approximately 200 m or 660 ft deep). The photic zone extends 200 meters deep. neutral
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The executive functions are located in the prefrontal cortex of the brain in the the frontal lobe . The primary motor cortex is located in the frontal lobe of the brain. neutral
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A liquid becomes a gas if its temperature is increased. Gases and liquids become solids at low temperatures. neutral
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God and sinners reconciled in the birth of a baby, a helpless infant born two thousand years ago. During the first year after birth, a baby called a(n) infant. neutral
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The eighth planet from the Sun, Neptune is about 2.7 billion miles distant and has a cloud-surface temperature of about -330 F. The eighth planet from our sun is neptune. entails
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The cytoplasm (arrow heads) or the surface of vacuolated cells (arrows) more often reveals positive reaction. Reversible reactions are indicated by opposite-headed kinds of arrows. neutral
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Babies should get breast milk or infant formula their first year. During the first year after birth, a baby called a(n) infant. neutral
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base--a substance that has a pH of more than 7, which is neutral. If a substance has a ph value greater than 7,that indicates that it is base. entails
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Physiological traits and adaptations A(n) favorable trait is an adaptation. neutral
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The sperm membrane must fuse with the oocyte membrane and the sperm head along with associated parts must be drawn into the the egg. The head of the sperm contains the nucleus. neutral
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The most abundant element in the universe is hydrogen (H). The element hydrogen is the most abundant in the universe. entails
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The cycling was repeated once more, with water in the oven. The water cycle ends with it repeats itself. neutral
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Conductors have low resistance, metals are conductors and that is why they are used in electrical wiring. In relation to electrical current, a narrow wire will have more resistance than a wide wire. neutral
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Most of the universe consists of plasma, the fourth state of matter. Plasma matter makes up most of the universe. entails
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Carbon dioxide in atmosphere and carbon in the ocean 2.4.3. Ocean acidification occurs when excess carbon dioxide in the atmosphere causes the oceans to become acidic. neutral
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Suppose it is an immersive ride that is constructed in such a way that when you turn the wheel of the "car" you are riding in, you seem to be the immediate cause of the car's turning. The turning driveshaft causes the wheels of the car to turn. neutral
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pH means the negative logarithm (base 10) of the concentration of hydrogen ions in a solution. The concentration of the hydrogen ion in a solution can be calculated when the ph is known. entails
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The hand is comprised of the wrist (carpals), palm (metacarpals), and fingers (phalanges). Carpal, metacarpal and phalanx bones comprise the hand. entails
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Gestational diabetes most commonly resembles a mild form of Type II diabetes and may require only diet modification. Diabetes is unpreventable in the type one form but may be prevented by diet if it is of the second type. neutral
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Evaporation is the changing of liquid water to invisible water vapor. When liquid water changes to water vapor it is called evaporation. entails
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Since most metal ion indicators are also acid-base indicators, they have different colors at different values of pH. If a substance has a ph value greater than 7,that indicates that it is base. neutral
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The quadrate lobe is an area of the liver situated on the under surface of the right lobe, bounded in front by the anterior margin of the liver; The gallbladder is near the right lobe of the liver. neutral
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As the wheel turns, the arc causes the body to lift up. The turning driveshaft causes the wheels of the car to turn. neutral
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Continuing out of our solar system, the ship gets caught in the massive gravity of Jupiter, forcing a rash landing on a floating continent. If the buoyant force is greater than the force of gravity acting on a ship, it will float. neutral
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Wolves would play a beneficial ecological role, sending useful ripples and waves throughout the ecosystem's food chain. Beneficial fungi play a crucial role in balance of ecosystems. neutral
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Many nematodes are beneficial to the balance of nature in the soil ecosystem. Beneficial fungi play a crucial role in balance of ecosystems. neutral
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For example, the wings of birds, human arms, and pectoral fin in fish are all derived from a common ancestor In contrast, features that are similar because they have evolved in response to a common environmental pressure are said to be analogous. The bird ancestor that lived in trees developed wings, which is commonly associated with birds. neutral
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In the north a deep area of low pressure brings the potential for wet weather, and across Scotland and Northern Ireland there is a risk of it becoming unusually stormy for the time of year. You can expect stormy if a center of low pressure is moving your way. neutral
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If you rotate the arrow tail to head, by 180 degrees, the direction of the arrow is reversed, so a 180 degree rotation reverses the arrow. Reversible reactions are indicated by opposite-headed kinds of arrows. neutral
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Pressing, drawing, stitching in right lobe of liver. The gallbladder is near the right lobe of the liver. neutral
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Of the four phases depicted in the Figure, the two critical steps are DNA replication, which occurs during S-phase, and the physical process of cell division which occurs during M-phase (for mitosis). Mitosis actually occurs in four phases. neutral
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Children with diabetes usually have what is called Type 1 diabetes, one form of the disease known as diabetes mellitus. Diabetes is unpreventable in the type one form but may be prevented by diet if it is of the second type. neutral
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as, the turn of a wheel . The turning driveshaft causes the wheels of the car to turn. neutral
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Neptune is the eighth planet from the Sun and orbits it every 165 years at a distance of 4.5 billion kilometers. The eighth planet from our sun is neptune. entails
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Plants extract several of these elements, such as oxygen, carbon, and hydrogen, from water and air. On a global scale, plants and other photosynthetic organisms have generated all of the oxygen in the air. neutral
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The fishing grounds range from sub-tropical to temperate zones and include 431,000 square kilometres of continental shelves (within 200 meters deep). The photic zone extends 200 meters deep. neutral
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A normal human cell contains 46 chromosomes, or two sets of 23 chromosomes; If the dna from all 46 chromosomes in a human cell nucleus was laid out end to end, it would measure approximately two meters long. neutral
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In hypertensive patients, blood pressure is decreased with little or no change in heart rate, stroke volume, or cardiac output. The term cardiac output, calculated by multiplying heart contractions by stroke volume, means the volume of blood pumped by the heart in one minute. neutral
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In Astronomy, a nucleus is the center of the head of a comet or the central or brightest part of a nebula or galaxy . The head of the sperm contains the nucleus. neutral
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Orthopedic Procedures -- Arthroscopic surgery, repair of ligaments, tendons, cartilage, biopsies, bone grafts and other procedures. Bones, cartilage, and ligaments make up the skeletal system. neutral
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Researchers measured cardiac output, heart rate, stroke volume, blood pressure and oxygen consumption during rest and exercise. The term cardiac output, calculated by multiplying heart contractions by stroke volume, means the volume of blood pumped by the heart in one minute. neutral
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Bees may forage several miles away from their hives and inform each other of place and quality of their food source with the famous "waggle dance. A bee will sometimes do a dance to tell other bees in the hive where to find food. entails
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Muscles, Cell Motility, and Cytoskeleton; Muscle type of cell function relies on microfilaments, which are the actin components of the cytoskeleton. neutral
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During hemodialysis, blood is mechanically pumped through an artificial kidney machine where it is filtered and then returned to the body. Hemodialysis has a patient’s blood pass through a length of tubing that travels through an artificial kidney machine. entails
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repairing, replacing, or installing heating, ventilation, or air conditioning systems, including insulation; A sealed, vacuum-insulated reaction flask approximates the condition of a isolated system, in which neither matter nor heat can be exchanged between system and surroundings. neutral
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Evaporation is the process by which water changes from a liquid to a gas or vapor. When liquid water changes to water vapor it is called evaporation. entails
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Gems and metal ores are their foods of choice. Metals start out as ore. neutral
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Again this ends in a repeating cycle of period 15. The water cycle ends with it repeats itself. neutral
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Repeat cycle 180 times until end of cruise. The water cycle ends with it repeats itself. neutral
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Nematoda (roundworms or nematodes), a phylum of elongated cylindrical, smooth-skinned, unsegmented worms, both aquatic and terrestrial, parasitic in animals or plants or free-living in soil or water; Nematodes can be a parasite of both. entails
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Lymphangioma complex is composed of multiloculated poorly defined cysts extending to more than one anatomic area, tissue plane, or organ system. A(n) organ is a structure that is composed of one or more types of tissues. neutral
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Both treatments can be used to control other soilborne diseases, plant parasitic nematodes, and some weeds. Nematodes can be a parasite of both. neutral
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In the clearest ocean water, the euphotic zone may extend to a depth of about 150 meters, or rarely, up to 200 meters. The photic zone extends 200 meters deep. neutral
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FRONT (weather) Boundary of two overlapping sir masses. In weather terms, the boundary between two air masses is called front. entails
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Right lobe of liver The gallbladder is near the right lobe of the liver. neutral
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Torn or damaged ligaments and tendons -- the fibrous tissues that connect bone, cartilage and muscle -- make up the bulk of sports-related injuries. Bones, cartilage, and ligaments make up the skeletal system. neutral
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a double-headed arrow indicates that a sequence of values is expected. Reversible reactions are indicated by opposite-headed kinds of arrows. neutral
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The idea was to make the cars turn easier because of better traction on the front wheels, caused by more aerodynamic downforce. The turning driveshaft causes the wheels of the car to turn. neutral
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Because of the cool spring, most of the surface water evaporated before shallow rooted plant systems could take advantage of the water. The impact of evaporative loss of the most energetic water molecules from a surface has the impact that it cools it. neutral
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Both alleles of a gene must be mutated in autosomal recessive disorders for an individual to have a predisposition to cancer. A person affected by an autosomal dominant disorder has one mutated allele. neutral
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Organs are units of structure and function that are composed of at least two, and usually all four, primary tissues. A(n) organ is a structure that is composed of one or more types of tissues. entails
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Some of the photosynthetic species have pigments similar to chlorophyll a in higher plants, but they do not produce oxygen as a by-product of photosynthesis. On a global scale, plants and other photosynthetic organisms have generated all of the oxygen in the air. neutral
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Of course, as you know already, lots of vertebrates share in having a segmented 'backbone', or vertebral column made of bone, from which the group gets its name. Backbone is another name for the vertebral column. entails
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There are actually four phases, or stages, of HIV and AIDS. Mitosis actually occurs in four phases. neutral
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Ethylene is a small hydrocarbon consisting of four hydrogen atoms and two carbon atoms. Hydrocarbons are made of one carbon and four hydrogen atoms. neutral
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He started studying kinetic gas theory and moved on to elementary radiation theory and the molecular theory of matter. The behavior of ideal gases is explained by kinetic molecular theory. neutral
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This can cause the front wheel not to turn properly. The turning driveshaft causes the wheels of the car to turn. neutral
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Nuclear fission can occur without neutron bombardment as a type of radioactive decay. A neutron collides with an atom of u-235 during the basic nuclear fission process. neutral
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The mirror is convex towards the object. A convex mirror is shaped like the outside of a bowl. neutral
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A dashed arrow indicates that a class (at the tail of the arrow) implements the interface (at the head of the arrow). Reversible reactions are indicated by opposite-headed kinds of arrows. neutral
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placing a human embryo in an animal; Invertebrates (and higher animals) can also be placed in one of two groups based on how they develop as embryos. neutral
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All the elemental oxygen now in the earth's atmosphere was put there by photosynthetic plants and bacteria. On a global scale, plants and other photosynthetic organisms have generated all of the oxygen in the air. entails
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At this temperature and oxygen level, the combustible solids, liquids and sludge convert into a gas. Gases and liquids become solids at low temperatures. neutral
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All substances are chemicals (atoms or combinations of atoms). Energy is stored in a chemical substance between atoms. neutral
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Type 1 diabetes is such a disease. Diabetes is unpreventable in the type one form but may be prevented by diet if it is of the second type. neutral
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Infant mortality is a measure of how many babies die during the first 12 months after birth. During the first year after birth, a baby called a(n) infant. neutral
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The simplest hydrocarbon is composed of one carbon atom and four hydrogen atoms, CH 4 . Hydrocarbons are made of one carbon and four hydrogen atoms. entails
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A block slides on a frictionless surface in simple harmonic motion. An object attached to a spring sliding on a frictionless surface is an uncomplicated type of simple harmonic oscillator. neutral
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Polyploid cells have extra chromosome sets, and aneuploids have extra or missing individual chromosomes. A(n) polyploid is an individual with more than the correct number of chromosome sets. entails
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Fronts are the boundaries between air masses of different temperature. In weather terms, the boundary between two air masses is called front. entails
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Explain in terms of the kinetic molecular theory. The behavior of ideal gases is explained by kinetic molecular theory. neutral
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The parasites can be found in all types of animals (both vertebrates and invertebrates) and in plants. Nematodes can be a parasite of both. neutral
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The shell was convex and shaped like a triangle with rounded corners. A convex mirror is shaped like the outside of a bowl. neutral
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Demonstration of a thick lens . A concave lens is thicker at the edges than it is in the middle. neutral
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In the middle of the temple, beyond this wall used to be a large concave lens lined with gold. A concave lens is thicker at the edges than it is in the middle. neutral
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It is possible that the reptiles that were the ancestors of birds also had wings. The bird ancestor that lived in trees developed wings, which is commonly associated with birds. neutral
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A front is a boundary between different air masses. In weather terms, the boundary between two air masses is called front. entails
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The crater is 1200 meters in diameter and 200 meters deep. The photic zone extends 200 meters deep. neutral
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and the electrical resistance of the two wires. In relation to electrical current, a narrow wire will have more resistance than a wide wire. neutral
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Their calls varied from very low to very high frequencies, but each species seemed to have its own "niche" on the spectrum. Each species has a particular way of making a living, which is called its niche. neutral
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The pH estimate of the ER lumen is based on an indirect assay which indicates that the pH is closer to pH 7 than to the binding optimum of pH 5.5. If a substance has a ph value greater than 7,that indicates that it is base. neutral
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The motion of a falling object can be described by Newton's second law of motion (Force equals mass times acceleration -- Newton’s second law of motion is more than a definition; it is a relationship among acceleration, force, and mass. entails
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Lyme Disease and its Effects Lyme disease originated in Lyme, Connecticut and it is an infection caused by Borrelia burgdorferi, a bacterium carried in the gut of certain ticks. Lyme disease is caused by bacteria. entails
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The head of the sperm whale may contain up to a ton of fine oil, known as sperm oil , and a wax called spermaceti . The head of the sperm contains the nucleus. neutral
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People expect that if they turn the steering wheel clockwise, a car will turn right. The turning driveshaft causes the wheels of the car to turn. neutral
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Among these are the hypothalamus, pituitary, thyroid, pancreas and adrenal glands. The thyroid gland is controlled by a negative feedback loop that includes the hypothalamus and pituitary gland. neutral
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Aneuploidy Organisms with complete chromosome sets (either diploid or polyploid) are called euploids while those that are missing or have extra chromosomes are called aneuploids. A(n) polyploid is an individual with more than the correct number of chromosome sets. neutral
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Ethane is a simple hydrocarbon, a molecule made of two carbon and six hydrogen atoms. Hydrocarbons are made of one carbon and four hydrogen atoms. neutral
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Turn your car into a "University on Wheels". The turning driveshaft causes the wheels of the car to turn. neutral
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Evaporation is when liquid water turns to gaseous water or water vapor. When liquid water changes to water vapor it is called evaporation. entails
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Community Populations of different organisms that live together. All of the populations that live in the same area make up a(n) community, which includes populations of different organisms. entails
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Normally the XY chromosome fetus (male) automatically develop testes in the seventh week of development, and they in turn produce the male hormones that immediately begins to develop a male brain and other male features. The development of the respiratory system in the fetus begins at about 4 weeks. neutral
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The test kit for the rickettsial bacterium which causes Lyme Disease tests for the presence of an antigen specific to the surface of this bacterium. Lyme disease is caused by bacteria. entails
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Neptune The eighth planet from the sun(2,824,000,000 miles). The eighth planet from our sun is neptune. entails
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The first metal mine in Canada started mining copper ore in 1850 at Bruce Mines on the north shore of Lake Huron. Metals start out as ore. neutral
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Hydrogen is a renewable energy resource, and it is the most abundant element in the universe. The element hydrogen is the most abundant in the universe. entails
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Although this substation is located in a zone with very little reported damage, the transformers were located about four meters from a very deep ravine (about 200 meters deep). The photic zone extends 200 meters deep. neutral
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3.0 Understand that chemical reactions can be classified according to atom rearrangement, the type of substances reacting, and energy transfer. Energy is stored in a chemical substance between atoms. neutral
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Arrow heads indicate 3'-ends and arrow ends the 5'-ends. Reversible reactions are indicated by opposite-headed kinds of arrows. neutral
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Thus the SI unit of the quantity weight defined in this way is the newton (N). Newton (n) is the si unit for weight. entails
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Carbon dimer, the small-est all-carbon molecule, is extremely reactive and can give rise to complex chemistries involving H, O, N, and other elements. The element carbon is present in all organic molecules. neutral
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Both protozoans and helminths (nematodes, cestodes and trematodes) will be considered with emphasis on the most important parasites of humans and domestic animals. Nematodes can be a parasite of both. neutral
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For a car to move, the wheels have to turn in a rotary motion. The turning driveshaft causes the wheels of the car to turn. neutral
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The process of liquid water turning into a gaseous water vapor is called evaporation . When liquid water changes to water vapor it is called evaporation. entails
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A hydrocarbon with four Hydrogen atoms attached to each Carbon atom (CH 4 ). Hydrocarbons are made of one carbon and four hydrogen atoms. entails
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It adjusts to the motor as the dynamics of motion affect it. Dynamics is the study of how forces affect the motion of objects. neutral
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Then at the end of summer, the cycle repeats itself. The water cycle ends with it repeats itself. neutral
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TYPES OF DIABETES -- Diabetes is a group of disease states that may be classified as follows. Diabetes is unpreventable in the type one form but may be prevented by diet if it is of the second type. neutral
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The favorable adaptation of the crab is... A(n) favorable trait is an adaptation. neutral
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To prevent the glass bending under gravity, its weight is carried by many distributed reaction forces, which should change with orientation to mimic the buoyant force felt if the mirror were floated in liquid of its own density. If the buoyant force is greater than the force of gravity acting on a ship, it will float. neutral
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There are four stages or phases in mitosis, Prophase , Metaphase , Anaphase , and Telophase. Mitosis actually occurs in four phases. entails
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A chemical substance is composed of one type of atom or molecule . Energy is stored in a chemical substance between atoms. neutral
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High Temperature Superconductors (HTS) are able, when cooled, to convey electrical current without loss of energy. You call materials able to conduct electricity with 100% efficiency, meaning that no energy is lost during the electrical transmission, superconductors. entails
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From Newton's second law of motion , the acceleration times the mass equals the external force. Newton’s second law of motion is more than a definition; it is a relationship among acceleration, force, and mass. entails
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Many bird species, including seven species of penguin breed in the British Antarctic Territories. Birds live and breed on seven of the continents. neutral
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A synapse is a connection between a neuron and another neuron (or muscle cell). The the synapse is the space between a neuron and the next cell. entails
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Almost all chemical digestion and absorption of nutrients takes place in the small intestine. In the body, chemical digestion mainly takes place in the small intestine. entails
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All of the populations living together in the same area make up a community. All of the populations that live in the same area make up a(n) community, which includes populations of different organisms. entails
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Folate The central nervous system develops in the fetus during the first weeks of gestation. The development of the respiratory system in the fetus begins at about 4 weeks. neutral
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These limiting factors play a big role in the success of the Alabama map turtle that uphold the balance in a beautiful ecosystem. Beneficial fungi play a crucial role in balance of ecosystems. neutral
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Diseases such as arthritis, multiple sclerosis and diabetes may be of this type. Diabetes is unpreventable in the type one form but may be prevented by diet if it is of the second type. neutral
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This caused them to turn the counter wheels by the appropriate amounts. The turning driveshaft causes the wheels of the car to turn. neutral
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The objective of the section is to study how both sampling and the inherent dynamics of the display affect the achievable dynamic range. Dynamics is the study of how forces affect the motion of objects. neutral
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Bi-concave lens, 90mm long; A concave lens is thicker at the edges than it is in the middle. neutral
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Corolla Collective term for all the petals of a flower, separate or fused together. All of the petals together are called a corolla. entails
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Animals can be transferred from one place to another as embryos in test tubes, implanted into foster mothers and then, when they have grown, they can be used in breeding programs. Invertebrates (and higher animals) can also be placed in one of two groups based on how they develop as embryos. neutral
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air in many areas of the would contains 3% water vapor. Water contains 3 atoms. neutral
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The ultrastructure is shown for an axosomatic synapse on the cell body of a bulbar projection neuron. The the synapse is the space between a neuron and the next cell. neutral
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Watch which settles first and how layers of sediment form. When sediments settle out of water, they form horizontal layers. neutral
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Newton's second law of motion states that force (F) is equal to mass (m) times acceleration (a). Newton’s second law of motion is more than a definition; it is a relationship among acceleration, force, and mass. entails
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The gun fires electrons into different areas of the mirror to make the surface change its shape in either a more convex or concave direction. A convex mirror is shaped like the outside of a bowl. neutral
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Liver has five lobes, three on right lobe, and two on left lobe. The gallbladder is near the right lobe of the liver. neutral
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It was believed that the head of a sperm allready containes a tiny creature resembling the later adult. The head of the sperm contains the nucleus. neutral
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Hydrostatic behavior of floating and submerged bodies, lift and drag forces, water waves and wave forces on ships and platforms. If the buoyant force is greater than the force of gravity acting on a ship, it will float. neutral
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Regulation of cytokine production by growth of lung structural cells including epithelial cells, fibroblasts and smooth muscle cells. Smooth muscle regulates air flow in lungs. neutral
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FRONT The boundary between two different air masses, ie. In weather terms, the boundary between two air masses is called front. entails
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Then, freed from gravity's bonds, he floats buoyantly until the plane descends, crushing him again with 2gs force. If the buoyant force is greater than the force of gravity acting on a ship, it will float. neutral
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A convex lens is a lens that is thicker in the middle than at its edges. A concave lens is thicker at the edges than it is in the middle. neutral
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A front is the boundary between two masses of moving air with different temperatures and humidity. In weather terms, the boundary between two air masses is called front. entails
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The eyes, ears, and respiratory system all start to develop at 4 weeks. The development of the respiratory system in the fetus begins at about 4 weeks. entails
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For more about the parts of a neuron, see cells of the nervous system and the synapse . The the synapse is the space between a neuron and the next cell. neutral
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Base- A substance that gives a pH > 7 when added to water. If a substance has a ph value greater than 7,that indicates that it is base. entails
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In particular, cultural niches, have to be annihilated. Each species has a particular way of making a living, which is called its niche. neutral
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Carbon is the basis of all known life, forming thousands of organic compounds essential to life processes. Compounds containing the element carbon are the basis of all known life. entails
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This probably remains true despite the fact that nematodes as a group are of great economic importance (chiefly as parasites and pests of both plants and animals) and are extensively used in scientific research. Nematodes can be a parasite of both. entails
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Viral vectors are a tool commonly used by molecular biologists to deliver genetic material into cells. A viral vector is the name for a tool commonly used by molecular biologists to place genetic material into cells. entails
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Water lillies are one of the most ancient angiosperm plants. Angiosperms are the most successful phylum of plants. neutral
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When this smooth muscle contracts, the flow of urine begins. Smooth muscle regulates air flow in lungs. neutral
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Neptune Neptune is the eighth planet in the solar system. The eighth planet from our sun is neptune. entails
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The arrow heads were of two kinds viz. Reversible reactions are indicated by opposite-headed kinds of arrows. neutral
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PUPIL The adjustable opening at the center of the iris that allows varying amounts of light to enter the eye. The pupil of the eye allows light to enter. entails
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For twenty of those years it is closer to the sun than Neptune making it the eighth planet in the solar system. The eighth planet from our sun is neptune. entails
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It is said some of these canals are 200 meters deep. The photic zone extends 200 meters deep. neutral
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Two examples are ocean acidification caused by increased atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide, and the long-term melting of ice sheets, which contributes to sea level rise. Ocean acidification occurs when excess carbon dioxide in the atmosphere causes the oceans to become acidic. entails
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This is no small task, for the DNA that must be stored in each 0.00001-meter-diameter human cell would, if extended to its full length, measure about two meters. If the dna from all 46 chromosomes in a human cell nucleus was laid out end to end, it would measure approximately two meters long. entails
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The image from the converging lens at serves as a virtual object for the concave lens, Lens . A concave lens is thicker at the edges than it is in the middle. neutral
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Such vessels are currently required to exchange their ballast water outside the 200 nautical-mile Exclusive Economic Zone, ideally in water at least 2,000 meters deep. The photic zone extends 200 meters deep. neutral
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The collective term for the petals of a flower is the corolla and each of the petals is called a lobe. All of the petals together are called a corolla. entails
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CARBON MOVEMENT Carbon, the basis of all life on Earth. Compounds containing the element carbon are the basis of all known life. entails
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Stretched out in a straight line, the DNA in a single cell would have a length of about two meters, but at times the combined length of the 46 chromosomes in the cell nucleus is a millionth of this. If the dna from all 46 chromosomes in a human cell nucleus was laid out end to end, it would measure approximately two meters long. entails
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The probe can then be pushed into the vacuum sealing system and valving system with automatic stops at the load position and at the two vacuum seals. A sealed, vacuum-insulated reaction flask approximates the condition of a isolated system, in which neither matter nor heat can be exchanged between system and surroundings. neutral
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These compounds contain carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, and sulfur among other elements. Compounds containing the element carbon are the basis of all known life. neutral
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The important part in the sperm whale is the sperm oil, that came from the blubber and the head . The head of the sperm contains the nucleus. neutral
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Then the cycle repeats. The water cycle ends with it repeats itself. neutral
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In 1982, they discovered the Lyme disease bacterium (i.e., Borrelia burgdorferi) that causes Lyme disease. Lyme disease is caused by bacteria. entails
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A front is the boundary between two different masses of air. In weather terms, the boundary between two air masses is called front. entails
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So all organisms, directly or indirectly, get their energy from the Sun. Most of the energy used by living things comes either directly or indirectly from the sun. entails
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A front is defined as a narrow transition zone or boundary between two air masses. In weather terms, the boundary between two air masses is called front. entails
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They are usually found in the sunlit zone of the water column, less than 200 metres deep, sometimes called the epipelagic or photic zone. The photic zone extends 200 meters deep. entails
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The European Study for the Prevention of Renal Disease in Type 1 Diabetes (ESPRIT). Diabetes is unpreventable in the type one form but may be prevented by diet if it is of the second type. neutral
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Metallic bonding refers to the specific bonding between positive metal ions and surrounding valence electron clouds. The force of attraction between a positively charged metal ion and the valence electrons it shares with other ions of the metal is called a(n) metallic bond. entails
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Chameleon eyes feature a negative lens, meaning that the lens is concave. A concave lens is thicker at the edges than it is in the middle. neutral
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These minerals are the primary constituents of basalt, a dark volcanic rock that also makes up the Earth's oceanic crust and the lunar maria. Gabbro is a dark dense rock that can be found in the oceanic crust. neutral
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Its networking products and technologies are like the vertebrae forming the very backbone of the Internet. Vertebrata are characterized by the presence of backbone. neutral
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Neptune The eighth planet from the sun (well, some of the time it's eighth, but more on that later) has a rocky core surrounded by ice, hydrogen, helium and methane. The eighth planet from our sun is neptune. entails
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It drives a belt that turns a driveshaft of threaded rod. The turning driveshaft causes the wheels of the car to turn. neutral
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COMMUNITY A community is a groups of species (different types of plants and animals) that live in an area. All of the populations that live in the same area make up a(n) community, which includes populations of different organisms. entails
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Skeleton The internal vertebrate structure composed of bone and cartilage that protects and supports the soft organs, tissue, and parts. A(n) organ is a structure that is composed of one or more types of tissues. neutral
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left lobe of liver 3. The gallbladder is near the right lobe of the liver. neutral
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The Kinetic Theory and the concept of an ideal gas are included in this chapter. The behavior of ideal gases is explained by kinetic molecular theory. neutral
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If the chromosomes in a single cell were stretched out and laid end to end, the DNA would be two meters long. If the dna from all 46 chromosomes in a human cell nucleus was laid out end to end, it would measure approximately two meters long. entails
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When a worker bee finds a food source, it flies back to the hive and relays the message of where the food is by doing an intricate dance that tells the other bees in which direction and how far the food source is with amazing accuracy. A bee will sometimes do a dance to tell other bees in the hive where to find food. entails
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Admitted to Stanford Hospital, he underwent hemodialysis, which purifies blood by cycling it through an artificial kidney machine called a dialyzer. Hemodialysis has a patient’s blood pass through a length of tubing that travels through an artificial kidney machine. entails
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All they do is sit in a car and turn the steering wheel. The turning driveshaft causes the wheels of the car to turn. neutral
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Volunteers play a crucial role in the restoration of savanna ecosystems, but little is known about the motivations of these volunteers. Beneficial fungi play a crucial role in balance of ecosystems. neutral
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At the end of this process, accomplishments are measured and the cycle repeats itself. The water cycle ends with it repeats itself. neutral
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Plasma makes up most of the universe and is created by the heating of gases by stars and other bodies in space. Plasma matter makes up most of the universe. entails
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Lysosomes are membrane-enclosed strucutres (organelles) in cells that contain digestive enzymes. All types of cells are enclosed by a membrane. neutral
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Lyme disease is caused by Borrelia burgdorferi, a corkscrew-shaped bacterium of the spirochete group. Lyme disease is caused by bacteria. entails
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Technological innovation has played an important role in the growth of aquariums and simplified the task of keeping an aquarium and maintaining a balanced aquatic ecosystem. Beneficial fungi play a crucial role in balance of ecosystems. neutral
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It is a circular piece of continental rocks surrounded by oceanic crust. Gabbro is a dark dense rock that can be found in the oceanic crust. neutral
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2 pH The pH is a measure of the concentration of hydrogen ions. The concentration of the hydrogen ion in a solution can be calculated when the ph is known. entails
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plasma membrane The membrane that encloses a cell. All types of cells are enclosed by a membrane. entails
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Low pressure systems tend to bring windy, stormy weather. You can expect stormy if a center of low pressure is moving your way. entails
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Use infant baby food for the first year. During the first year after birth, a baby called a(n) infant. neutral
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The transmission of Lyme disease Lyme disease is an infection caused by the spirochete Borrelia burgdorferi, a spiral-shaped bacterium most commonly transmitted by a tick bite. Lyme disease is caused by bacteria. entails
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molecular genetics of viral pathogenesis; A viral vector is the name for a tool commonly used by molecular biologists to place genetic material into cells. neutral
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This property is critical to high temperature superconductors, which will revolutionize the transmission and storage of electrical power and the efficiency of motors and most other electrical equipment. You call materials able to conduct electricity with 100% efficiency, meaning that no energy is lost during the electrical transmission, superconductors. neutral
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Mitosis includes four phases, prophase, metaphase, anaphase, and telophase. Mitosis actually occurs in four phases. entails
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The characteristic that sets them apart from the invertebrates is the presence of a spinal column that is usually surrounded by a backbone or vertebral column. Backbone is another name for the vertebral column. entails
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Neptune is the eighth planet from the sun in our solar system. The eighth planet from our sun is neptune. entails
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The steering wheel will slightly turn to one side when the car makes a turn. The turning driveshaft causes the wheels of the car to turn. neutral
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Any molecule with a carbon atom in it is organic. The element carbon is present in all organic molecules. entails
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Gamma radiation is generated by radioactivity, the decay of radioactive (unstable) atoms both in Earth's crust and in the atmosphere, and in reactions caused by cosmic ray collisions with atmospheric constituents, as well as by the decay of elementary particles produced by these collisions. Radioactive atoms, nuclear explosions, and stars produce gamma rays entails
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Law of Partial Pressures Partial Pressures and Mole Fractions Collecting Gases over Water Kinetic-Molecular Theory (6) Kinetic Theory of an Ideal Gas Postulates of the Kinetic Theory Interpretation of the Gas Laws (7) Molecular Speeds; The behavior of ideal gases is explained by kinetic molecular theory. neutral
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Internal and External Parasites can affect both animals and humans. Nematodes can be a parasite of both. neutral
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and metal ore mining (20%). Metals start out as ore. neutral
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In simple systems the heat exchanger can be the housing, tranferring heat to the surrounding air in the engine compartment. A sealed, vacuum-insulated reaction flask approximates the condition of a isolated system, in which neither matter nor heat can be exchanged between system and surroundings. neutral
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1992 Direct Use of the Sun's Energy. Most of the energy used by living things comes either directly or indirectly from the sun. neutral
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The friction force acting upon the turned wheels of the car causes an unbalanced force upon the car and a subsequent acceleration. The turning driveshaft causes the wheels of the car to turn. neutral
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These contain a heavy metal atom at the centre of the molecule, for example platinum or iridium, of which the green emitting complex Ir(mppy)3 is just one of many examples. Water contains 3 atoms. neutral
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The cooled water returns to the oil cooler to repeat the cycle. The water cycle ends with it repeats itself. neutral
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All living entities on this Earth directly or indirectly derive sustenance from the Sun's energy. Most of the energy used by living things comes either directly or indirectly from the sun. entails
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This corresponds to the grade of a metal ore, for instance. Metals start out as ore. neutral
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COROLLA The corolla consists of the petals of a flower . All of the petals together are called a corolla. entails
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It is therefore present in radioactive waste and in the nuclear fallout of fission bomb explosions. Fission is the radioactive process used in nuclear power plants and one type of nuclear bomb. neutral
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Since coral reefs play a crucial role in marine ecosystems, their destruction could mean big and unpredictable trouble for ocean life. Beneficial fungi play a crucial role in balance of ecosystems. neutral
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This Reticular Activating System is very capable of generating dynamic effects on the activity of the cortex, including the frontal lobes, and the motor activity centers of the brain. The primary motor cortex is located in the frontal lobe of the brain. neutral
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one towards the lung and the other towards the backbone and the last vertebra of the neck. Vertebrata are characterized by the presence of backbone. neutral
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If a gas is driven out of the flask during the reaction, the system does work on its surroundings. A sealed, vacuum-insulated reaction flask approximates the condition of a isolated system, in which neither matter nor heat can be exchanged between system and surroundings. neutral
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This same resistance occurs as current flows through an electric wire. In relation to electrical current, a narrow wire will have more resistance than a wide wire. neutral
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if the bird is not there, the wings will not be there. The bird ancestor that lived in trees developed wings, which is commonly associated with birds. neutral
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Properties of the muscle-cell cytoskeleton; Muscle type of cell function relies on microfilaments, which are the actin components of the cytoskeleton. neutral
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Superconductors, however, can conduct electricity with zero electrical resistance and would therefore be vastly more efficient. You call materials able to conduct electricity with 100% efficiency, meaning that no energy is lost during the electrical transmission, superconductors. entails
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The density of a medium also affects the speed of sound. The speed of sound depends on medium. entails
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The class series is repeated at the end of each cycle. The water cycle ends with it repeats itself. neutral
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the other ligaments and cartilage were unaffected. Bones, cartilage, and ligaments make up the skeletal system. neutral
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When shape only is used as a discriminator for figures, convex shapes will likely be perceived as figures and concave shapes as holes. A convex mirror is shaped like the outside of a bowl. neutral
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Clean Planting Material Using pest- and disease-free planting material can reduce the spread of both plant parasitic nematodes and banana weevils. Nematodes can be a parasite of both. 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. Meiosis is part of the process of gametogenesis, which is the production of sperm and eggs. entails
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Jet stream go stream now. Jet streams are fast moving rivers of air that are going in opposite directions called. neutral
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Evaporation describes the change from water as a liquid to water as a vapor. When liquid water changes to water vapor it is called evaporation. entails
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Adaptations result from a trait being favored either for survival or reproduction A(n) favorable trait is an adaptation. entails
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Hemodialysis Uses an artificial kidney (dialyzer) and a machine to remove water and waste products from the blood stream. Hemodialysis has a patient’s blood pass through a length of tubing that travels through an artificial kidney machine. entails
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Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe. The element hydrogen is the most abundant in the universe. entails
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thick-lens power . A concave lens is thicker at the edges than it is in the middle. neutral
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Obviously, we do not apply Mendelian inheritance crosses to humans, although Pedigrees can be used to determine Mendelian patterns. Pedigree is utilized to analyze simple mendelian inheritance. entails
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The organism lives inside small intestinal cells, mainly in the small intestine. In the body, chemical digestion mainly takes place in the small intestine. neutral
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They use a negative concave lens as an eyepiece. A concave lens is thicker at the edges than it is in the middle. neutral
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Collectively, petals form the corolla . All of the petals together are called a corolla. entails
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They are also a primary consumer of copepods, and research suggests that they may play a major role in balancing phytoplankton ecosystems by regulating copepod populations. Beneficial fungi play a crucial role in balance of ecosystems. neutral
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This bone will grow into the spaces between your backbones (vertebrae) and will hold them straight. Vertebrata are characterized by the presence of backbone. neutral
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Measurements of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and in the upper ocean suggest that the Southern Ocean is one of the primary sinks for atmospheric carbon dioxide. Ocean acidification occurs when excess carbon dioxide in the atmosphere causes the oceans to become acidic. neutral
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The open-headed arrows indicate the is-instance-of relationship. Reversible reactions are indicated by opposite-headed kinds of arrows. neutral
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Less dense crust rises higher (continental crust) than does more dense crust (ocean crust). Gabbro is a dark dense rock that can be found in the oceanic crust. neutral
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Superconductors have the ability to conduct electricity without the loss of energy. You call materials able to conduct electricity with 100% efficiency, meaning that no energy is lost during the electrical transmission, superconductors. entails
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Cycle repeats. The water cycle ends with it repeats itself. neutral
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Evaporation- When water changes into water vapor as it is heated. When liquid water changes to water vapor it is called evaporation. entails
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For example, a male's genes would begin to show the fetus as male (usually about 7 weeks) by developing testicles, scrotum and penis. The development of the respiratory system in the fetus begins at about 4 weeks. neutral
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Terrestrial ecosystems play a crucial role in the complex feedback processes between rising atmospheric CO2 concentration and the changing climate. Beneficial fungi play a crucial role in balance of ecosystems. neutral
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The pupil is a hole in the iris that allows light into the eye. The pupil of the eye allows light to enter. entails
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Fronts Boundaries separating air masses. In weather terms, the boundary between two air masses is called front. entails
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Autosomal dominant disorders are produced by a single mutated dominant allele, even though its corresponding allele is normal. A person affected by an autosomal dominant disorder has one mutated allele. entails
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Polyploids are organisms with three or more full sets of chromosomes (instead of the normal two). A(n) polyploid is an individual with more than the correct number of chromosome sets. entails
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This rod-like strucxture is the notochord, the progenitor of the backbone or vertebral column. Backbone is another name for the vertebral column. entails
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Neptune, the eighth planet from the sun, is shown here relative to the other planets. The eighth planet from our sun is neptune. entails
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They show developing human embryos next to developing animal embryos, and the human embryos and the animal embryos look virtually indistinguishable. Invertebrates (and higher animals) can also be placed in one of two groups based on how they develop as embryos. neutral
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A front is a boundary between air masses of different . In weather terms, the boundary between two air masses is called front. entails
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Evaporation changes liquid and frozen water into water-vapor gas, which then floats up into the skies to become clouds. When liquid water changes to water vapor it is called evaporation. entails
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Some of this carbon dioxide is being absorbed by our oceans to create carbonic acid. Ocean acidification occurs when excess carbon dioxide in the atmosphere causes the oceans to become acidic. neutral
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The infant birth was the first for 72 (47.7 During the first year after birth, a baby called a(n) infant. neutral
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When you get goosebumps a small muscle at the base of a hair contracts to cause the hair to stand-on-ends . Goosebumps happen(s) when mammals raise their hair with tiny muscles in the skin. entails
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Have the vents to the heating or air-conditioning system vacuumed by a professional service. A sealed, vacuum-insulated reaction flask approximates the condition of a isolated system, in which neither matter nor heat can be exchanged between system and surroundings. neutral
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It is called "dormant" because plants are not actively growing, due to the shorter days and cold weather. Many plants respond to the days growing shorter in the fall by going dormant. entails
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concave and convex mirrors and lenses; A convex mirror is shaped like the outside of a bowl. neutral
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It is similar to a score but is caused by prolonged contact with a turning wheel. The turning driveshaft causes the wheels of the car to turn. neutral
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When the fetus is 18 weeks old, hearing begins to develop. The development of the respiratory system in the fetus begins at about 4 weeks. neutral
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Cleavage and Implantation When a sperm penetrates the egg, it triggers the egg to complete meiosis. Meiosis is part of the process of gametogenesis, which is the production of sperm and eggs. neutral
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pH A measure of hydrogen-ion concentration in a solution, expressed as the logarithm (base ten) of the reciprocal of the hydrogen-ion concentration in gram moles per litre. The concentration of the hydrogen ion in a solution can be calculated when the ph is known. entails
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Roughly 99% of the matter in the universe is in a plasma state. Plasma matter makes up most of the universe. entails
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Like other reptiles, they are ectothermic or cold-blooded, and can be observed basking in the sun to regulate their internal body temperature. Reptiles are described by the term ectothermic, which means their internal temperature depends on the temperature of their environment. entails
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According to Ashbaugh, the fingerprints begin forming on the fetus around the thirteenth week of development. The development of the respiratory system in the fetus begins at about 4 weeks. neutral
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If the force of gravity pulling the object down is less than the buoyant force, the body floats in the liquid. If the buoyant force is greater than the force of gravity acting on a ship, it will float. entails
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Neptune Neptune , the eigth planet from the Sun is a gasous world of blue methane. The eighth planet from our sun is neptune. entails
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The resistance in electrical wires consumes power, and the power consumed increases as the current going through the wires increases. In relation to electrical current, a narrow wire will have more resistance than a wide wire. neutral
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In practise, any atomic explosion produces electromagnetic X-rays or gamma rays, particulate radiation (neutrons and electrons) and the radionucleides resulting from fission. Radioactive atoms, nuclear explosions, and stars produce gamma rays entails
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Mitosis is classically divided into four stages. Mitosis actually occurs in four phases. entails
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Although relatively rare on earth, plasmas make up more than 99 percent of the visible matter in the universe. Plasma matter makes up most of the universe. entails
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The motor, in turn, drives the wheels of the car. The turning driveshaft causes the wheels of the car to turn. neutral
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pH was originally conceived to be a measure of the hydrogen ion concentration of aqueous solution. The concentration of the hydrogen ion in a solution can be calculated when the ph is known. entails
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On this scale, pH values of less than 7 indicate an acid, while those greater than 7 indicate a base (alkaline). If a substance has a ph value greater than 7,that indicates that it is base. entails
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Superconductors are materials that can transmit electricity with virtually no energy losses due to resistance. You call materials able to conduct electricity with 100% efficiency, meaning that no energy is lost during the electrical transmission, superconductors. entails
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Phase four would be the actual construction. Mitosis actually occurs in four phases. neutral
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In fact, most of the matter in the universe is in the plasma state. Plasma matter makes up most of the universe. entails
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The speed of sound is dependent on the medium through which the waves of sound travel. The speed of sound depends on medium. entails
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Flowering Plants (Angiosperms) Angiosperms are the most successful phylum of plants. neutral
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Evaporation is the physical transformation of liquid water to water vapor. When liquid water changes to water vapor it is called evaporation. entails
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If a substance has one acid component for each base component, it is said to be neutral and has a pH value of 7. If a substance has a ph value greater than 7,that indicates that it is base. neutral
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Structure and function of basic cell types, tissues, and organs of vascular plants. A(n) organ is a structure that is composed of one or more types of tissues. neutral
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Plasma Physics --Plasma physics is the scientific investigation of the plasmas, the predominant state of matter in our universe. Plasma matter makes up most of the universe. entails
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Infant Mortality and Childhood Disabilities T he percentage of babies born with low birth weight (the leading cause of infant mortality and childhood disabilities) increased in 1985 for the first time in twenty years. During the first year after birth, a baby called a(n) infant. neutral
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The Government of India recognizes centers for the deposit of both parasites of animals and of plants. Nematodes can be a parasite of both. neutral
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The river Main in its natural state is a fast-moving stream unsuitable for shipping. Jet streams are fast moving rivers of air that are going in opposite directions called. neutral
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Decomposers, which include organisms like fungi and bacteria, get their nutrients from the breakdown of dead and decaying organic matter. Mushrooms get their energy from decomposing dead organisms. entails
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The bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi causes Lyme disease and deer ticks transmit it when they bite. Lyme disease is caused by bacteria. entails
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This is good because hydrogen is the most abundant element in the Universe. The element hydrogen is the most abundant in the universe. entails
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The carotid arteries are located in the neck and they deliver blood and oxygen to your brain. The carotid artery takes blood to the brain. entails
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A plasma is a hot, dense cloud of positively and negatively charged particles and is in fact the most widespread state of matter in the universe. Plasma matter makes up most of the universe. entails
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How Your Baby Is Growing and Developing Your Baby's Nervous System The beginning of the baby's nervous system (brain and other structures, such as the spinal cord) is seen as early as week 4 as the neural plate begins to develop. The development of the respiratory system in the fetus begins at about 4 weeks. neutral
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Ignition Temperature The ignition (or autoignition) temperature of a substance -- solid, liquid, or gas -- is the minimum temperature required to initiate self- sustained combustion. Gases and liquids become solids at low temperatures. neutral
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They have specialized in a particular niche of the market. Each species has a particular way of making a living, which is called its niche. neutral
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Concave lens see Bi-concave lens . A concave lens is thicker at the edges than it is in the middle. neutral
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Theory Non-Ideal Behavior- Real gas corrections to ideal gas laws. The behavior of ideal gases is explained by kinetic molecular theory. neutral
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This is the warp in the convex mirror of intelligence. A convex mirror is shaped like the outside of a bowl. neutral
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The small intestine is where most chemical digestion takes place. In the body, chemical digestion mainly takes place in the small intestine. entails
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There was also a penetrating wound in the lower lobe of the right lobe of the right lung, and the liver was also penetrated. The gallbladder is near the right lobe of the liver. neutral
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Chemicals needed in the small intestine to aid digestion cannot get through. In the body, chemical digestion mainly takes place in the small intestine. neutral
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Acoustic waves travel with the speed of sound which depends on the medium they're passing through. The speed of sound depends on medium. entails
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By 21 weeks of pregnancy, development of the fetal digestive system enables the fetus to swallow amniotic fluid. The development of the respiratory system in the fetus begins at about 4 weeks. neutral
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The speed of a sound wave depends on the properties of the medium through which it moves and the only way to change the speed is to change the properties of the medium. The speed of sound depends on medium. entails
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Angiosperms form a phylum, the phylum Anthophyta. Angiosperms are the most successful phylum of plants. neutral
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Ask students to research a species and its' needs (niche and habitat needs) and make recommendations for your quadrant(s) that would encourage that particular species. Each species has a particular way of making a living, which is called its niche. neutral
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Betaine Hydrochloride The digestive process takes place as food passes through the mouth, stomach, small intestine, and large intestine. In the body, chemical digestion mainly takes place in the small intestine. neutral
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The cycle is then repeated, providing a never ending supply of fertiliser. The water cycle ends with it repeats itself. neutral
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The notochord should not be confused with the backbone or vertebral column of most adult vertebrates. Backbone is another name for the vertebral column. entails
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B base --a substance that has a pH of more than 7, which is neutral. If a substance has a ph value greater than 7,that indicates that it is base. entails
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The fetus, then about 21 weeks developed, was clearly visible. The development of the respiratory system in the fetus begins at about 4 weeks. neutral
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Light enters the eye through the pupil, and the lens focuses the light on the retina. The pupil of the eye allows light to enter. entails
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Human pedigrees Before we consider human Mendelian inheritance it is convenient to consider the symbols used to draw pedigrees. Pedigree is utilized to analyze simple mendelian inheritance. neutral
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Birds live and breed in most terrestrial habitats and on all seven continents, reaching their southern extreme in the snow petrel's breeding colonies up to 440 kilometres (270 mi) inland in Antarctica . Birds live and breed on seven of the continents. entails
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The carotid arteries are vital for living because they are the vessels that feed the blood to the brain. The carotid artery takes blood to the brain. entails
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Ore from which a metal is derived; Metals start out as ore. entails
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Of, relating to, or inhabiting the shallow water, or nearshore marine zone extending from the low-tide level to a depth of 200 meters. The photic zone extends 200 meters deep. neutral
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Solutions may contain several ionic species such as orthophosphates, pyrophosphates, and polyphosphates containing three (3) or more phosphorus atoms, commonly known as tripolyphosphates or tetrapolyphosphates and water. Water contains 3 atoms. neutral
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One of the vertebra in that backbone is the registration committee. Vertebrata are characterized by the presence of backbone. neutral
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Whether a material is in the gas, liquid or solid phase is determined by the ambient temperature and pressure. Gases and liquids become solids at low temperatures. neutral
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The plane separates the liver into the true right and left lobes. The gallbladder is near the right lobe of the liver. neutral
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This experiment will tell you whether a substance is an acid or base, but not the exact value of pH; If a substance has a ph value greater than 7,that indicates that it is base. neutral
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Fetuses may be palpable at 3-4 weeks of age. The development of the respiratory system in the fetus begins at about 4 weeks. neutral
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This lack access to healthy food, is one of the main causes for diet-related diseases in low income communities of color, some of these conditions include type II diabetes, heart disease, various forms of cancers and other preventable diseases. Diabetes is unpreventable in the type one form but may be prevented by diet if it is of the second type. neutral
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Ores and metals 20,000; Metals start out as ore. neutral
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Electrons, protons, and neutrons are the basic types of particles found in atoms. A neutron collides with an atom of u-235 during the basic nuclear fission process. neutral
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Evaporation Evaporation is the process whereby liquid water is converted to water vapour (vaporization) and removed from the evaporating surface (vapour removal). When liquid water changes to water vapor it is called evaporation. entails
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Sperm and spermatogenesis (Fig 28-3) a) each sperm consists of a head (containing the nucleus) with an acrosomal cap that is used during fertilization; The head of the sperm contains the nucleus. entails
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In the wild, bats play very important roles in helping to maintain the natural balance within ecosystems throughout the world. Beneficial fungi play a crucial role in balance of ecosystems. neutral
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How the Thyroid Functions The thyroid gland operates as part of a feedback mechanism involving the hypothalamus and the pituitary gland. The thyroid gland is controlled by a negative feedback loop that includes the hypothalamus and pituitary gland. entails
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Community All the populations of different species that live in the same place at the same time. All of the populations that live in the same area make up a(n) community, which includes populations of different organisms. entails
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We know now that Lyme disease is an infection caused by the bacterium (spirochete) Borrelia burgdorferi. Lyme disease is caused by bacteria. entails
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Despite antibiotic and antifungal treatment, respiratory disease and anorexia developed and the dolphin died 4 weeks after the onset of illness. The development of the respiratory system in the fetus begins at about 4 weeks. neutral
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Evaporation and transpiration change liquid water into vapor, which ascends into the atmosphere due to rising air currents. When liquid water changes to water vapor it is called evaporation. entails
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The vertebral column, also known as the backbone or spine, is a bony skeletal structure found in vertebrates. Backbone is another name for the vertebral column. entails
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Superconductors can increase computer speed, reduce power transmission costs, and provide new efficiencies in electric motors and other equipment. You call materials able to conduct electricity with 100% efficiency, meaning that no energy is lost during the electrical transmission, superconductors. neutral
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Sort of core features (like wings for birds). The bird ancestor that lived in trees developed wings, which is commonly associated with birds. neutral
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Development of the embryo can only take place at the correct temperature. Invertebrates (and higher animals) can also be placed in one of two groups based on how they develop as embryos. neutral
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Like fish and amphibians, reptiles are ectothermic animals, which is to say that they produce very little metabolic heat and their body temperature depends essentially on that of the environment. Reptiles are described by the term ectothermic, which means their internal temperature depends on the temperature of their environment. entails
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Invertebrates (and higher animals) can also be placed in one of two groups based on how they develop as embryos. Invertebrates (and higher animals) can also be placed in one of two groups based on how they develop as embryos. entails
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Wolves have played an important role in our southwestern ecosystem and will help restore natural balance and diversity to our native wildlife. Beneficial fungi play a crucial role in balance of ecosystems. neutral
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There is no electrical resistance in a superconductor, and therefore no energy loss. You call materials able to conduct electricity with 100% efficiency, meaning that no energy is lost during the electrical transmission, superconductors. entails
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Oceanic crust is the rock type . Gabbro is a dark dense rock that can be found in the oceanic crust. neutral
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The speed of sound depends on the medium that the waves pass through, and is a fundamental property of the material. The speed of sound depends on medium. entails
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For all compounds containing carbon, C is listed first, followed by H, if present, and them by remaining elements in alphabetical order. Compounds containing the element carbon are the basis of all known life. neutral
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Vitamins and essential minerals, also called micronutrients, are needed in tiny amounts to promote essential biochemical reactions in your cells. Micronutrients is the term used to describe the minerals and vitamins that are not needed for providing the body with energy but are still essential for good health. entails
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Infants are birth to one year. During the first year after birth, a baby called a(n) infant. entails
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To reverse the sort order, click the arrow in the column head again. Reversible reactions are indicated by opposite-headed kinds of arrows. neutral
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Fronts are boundaries between contrasting air masses In weather terms, the boundary between two air masses is called front. entails
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This is the reason why a concave lens is called a diverging lens. A concave lens is thicker at the edges than it is in the middle. neutral
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pH is the hydrogen ion concentration to the log 10 , and this is the basis of calculation of the pH scale from 1 to 14. The concentration of the hydrogen ion in a solution can be calculated when the ph is known. entails
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Fluorescence of a substance is seen when the molecule is exposed to a specific wavelength of light (excitation wavelength or spectrum) and the light it emits ( the emission wavelength or spectrum) is always of a higher wavelength. When exposed to ultraviolet, some substances, such as minerals, glow in characteristic visible wavelengths, in a process called fluorescence. entails
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As in the grindings this polisher is fastened to the pedestal, the concave lens rubbed over it until there is enough OshineO to perform a knife-edge and Ronchi test. A concave lens is thicker at the edges than it is in the middle. neutral
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Carotid Artery Disease Cerebrovascular Insufficiency and Stroke Prevention The carotid arteries are the two main arteries carrying blood to the brain. The carotid artery takes blood to the brain. entails
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They develop into two separate embryos. Invertebrates (and higher animals) can also be placed in one of two groups based on how they develop as embryos. neutral
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Oceanic crust is more dense and typically thinner than continental crust. Gabbro is a dark dense rock that can be found in the oceanic crust. neutral
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Development of infection structures and evolution of parasitism in nematode-trapping fungi Many parasitic fungi can grow both as saprophytes and parasites. Nematodes can be a parasite of both. neutral
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Voltage, current and resistance The electricity moving through a wire or other conductor consists of its voltage, current and resistance. In relation to electrical current, a narrow wire will have more resistance than a wide wire. neutral
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Give examples of the beneficial roles played by prokaryotes in different ecosystems Beneficial fungi play a crucial role in balance of ecosystems. neutral
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Front- The boundary or transition zone between two different air masses. In weather terms, the boundary between two air masses is called front. entails
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Scientists use their knowledge of what the atoms and molecules look like and how they interact to determine the potential energy that can be stored in any particular chemical substance. Energy is stored in a chemical substance between atoms. neutral
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This is because hydrogen is by far the most abundant element in the universe. The element hydrogen is the most abundant in the universe. entails
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Superconductors can carry large amounts of current without energy-wasting resistive losses, thus they have the potential of increasing the efficiency of electric power transmission from power stations. You call materials able to conduct electricity with 100% efficiency, meaning that no energy is lost during the electrical transmission, superconductors. entails
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Repeat this for all carbon carbon bond angles in the molecule. The element carbon is present in all organic molecules. neutral
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The mud layers formed by the slow continuous rain of finer sediment settling from the ocean. When sediments settle out of water, they form horizontal layers. neutral
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The Filarial Genome Network connects to a series of documents describing the biology and distribution of some of the more well known filarial nematodes, including both human and animal parasites. Nematodes can be a parasite of both. neutral
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In 1907, the first year in the 20th century with complete infant mortality statistics, 11,947 babies died before their first birthday for a rate of 140 deaths per 1,000 live births. During the first year after birth, a baby called a(n) infant. neutral
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Gating by internal Calcium Internal calcium is a second messenger (see ligand gating above) in many cell types, and thus channels gated by this ion can be characterized as ligand gated channels from the inside. Calcium ion is an example of a second messenger. entails
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Its synthesis begins at about 24 weeks of gestation in the human fetus. The development of the respiratory system in the fetus begins at about 4 weeks. neutral
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The pancreas is a digestive organ attached to the small intestine. In the body, chemical digestion mainly takes place in the small intestine. neutral
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Doctors often refer to the backbone as the spine, spinal column, or vertebral column . Backbone is another name for the vertebral column. entails
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To predict whether it will be a gas, liquid or low-melting solid at room temperature, you wil need to look at the size of the molecule and its H-bonding capability. Gases and liquids become solids at low temperatures. neutral
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Thus these CBPs likely function in mediating ion transport across the plasma membrane and, like the CNG channels, may function as components of non-selective calcium-permeable ion channels and as a junction point where calcium and cyclic nucleotide second messenger systems interact. Calcium ion is an example of a second messenger. neutral
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Embryogenesis covers the first eight weeks of development and at the beginning of the ninth week the embryo is termed a fetus. The development of the respiratory system in the fetus begins at about 4 weeks. neutral
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Chorda tympani neurons synapse with cells in taste buds; The the synapse is the space between a neuron and the next cell. neutral
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An upper level trough known as the Kona Low moved down over the islands again and created stormy weather. You can expect stormy if a center of low pressure is moving your way. neutral
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The terrestrial biome of the river is classified as Eastern Deciduous Forest. Terrestrial biomes are classified by climatic factors and types of primary producers. neutral
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A plant based diet is linked to lower rates of heart disease and many types of cancer, and may reduce the risk of adult onset diabetes, obesity, hypertension, and osteoporosis. Diabetes is unpreventable in the type one form but may be prevented by diet if it is of the second type. neutral
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The transplanting of tissues or organs from one type of animal into a human or other animal. A(n) organ is a structure that is composed of one or more types of tissues. neutral
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Systems can be subjected to long-term conditions of cold, vacuum, and solar heating. A sealed, vacuum-insulated reaction flask approximates the condition of a isolated system, in which neither matter nor heat can be exchanged between system and surroundings. neutral
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Gamma rays, like alphas and betas, come from the nucleus of a radioactive atom. Radioactive atoms, nuclear explosions, and stars produce gamma rays entails
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Left lobe of liver The gallbladder is near the right lobe of the liver. neutral
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Both (potato)cyst- and root-knot nematodes are obligatory plant parasites and, as such, they fully depend on this self-created foodsource. Nematodes can be a parasite of both. neutral
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Identify characteristics of water quality and flow in Barton Springs and the Edwards Aquifer. You call water that flows out of the ground where an aquifer meets the surface a(n) spring. neutral
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Some capillaries have precapillary sphincters (a ring of smooth muscle) that help regulate blood flow. Smooth muscle regulates air flow in lungs. neutral
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You definitely end up in the cycle of repeat relationships. The water cycle ends with it repeats itself. neutral
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Evaporation, which of course is powered by the sun, turns the liquid water of the oceans (and to smaller degree fresh water) into a gaseous state, which we call water vapor. When liquid water changes to water vapor it is called evaporation. entails
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To cause to turn on or as on its axis, as a wheel. The turning driveshaft causes the wheels of the car to turn. neutral
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In warmer water areas these low-oxygen zones often start 200 meters below the surface and extend in the water column down to about 1,000 meters. The photic zone extends 200 meters deep. neutral
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She walked her fingers up my backbone, one vertebra at a time. Vertebrata are characterized by the presence of backbone. neutral
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Heat from outside air vaporizes the liquid refrigerant, which becomes a low-pressure, low-temperature gas and returns to the compressor. Gases and liquids become solids at low temperatures. neutral
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From Birth to Adulthood For the first year after birth, a baby is called an infant. During the first year after birth, a baby called a(n) infant. entails
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A substance with a pH of 14 indicates a (A) weak acid (B) strong acid (C) strong base (D) weak base 5. If a substance has a ph value greater than 7,that indicates that it is base. neutral
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Petals are collectively called the corolla All of the petals together are called a corolla. entails
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When an electric current travels along a wire, the electrons crash against the sides of the wire, and a resistance is formed. In relation to electrical current, a narrow wire will have more resistance than a wide wire. neutral
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Electrical heat is generated by electrical current (amps) flowing through a wire or component which has electrical 'resistance' (ohms). In relation to electrical current, a narrow wire will have more resistance than a wide wire. neutral
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Mesopelagic or Bathyl zones are associated with continental slopes with water from 200 to 1,000 meters deep. The photic zone extends 200 meters deep. neutral
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In the nucleus of each human somatic cell there are an estimated 100,000 genes encoded in approximately 1 meter of double-stranded deoxyribonucleic acid, or DNA, that are further condensed and packed into 46 chromosomes. If the dna from all 46 chromosomes in a human cell nucleus was laid out end to end, it would measure approximately two meters long. neutral
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A superconductor is a material that can conduct electricity or transport electrons from one atom to another with no resistance. You call materials able to conduct electricity with 100% efficiency, meaning that no energy is lost during the electrical transmission, superconductors. entails
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When you practice Qigong you must learn how to regulate your breathing to smooth the Qi flow in the large intestine and the lungs. Smooth muscle regulates air flow in lungs. neutral
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The pupil of the eye is the dark center part or hole that is shaped by the iris and that allows light to enter the eye. The pupil of the eye allows light to enter. entails
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detecting new metal-ore deposits; Metals start out as ore. neutral
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it is indicated by the head of the arrow. Reversible reactions are indicated by opposite-headed kinds of arrows. neutral
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Inside the heat pump, a sealed refrigerant system is the heat-exchange medium. A sealed, vacuum-insulated reaction flask approximates the condition of a isolated system, in which neither matter nor heat can be exchanged between system and surroundings. neutral
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Evaporation The process by which water is changed from the liquid into the vapor state. When liquid water changes to water vapor it is called evaporation. entails
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It's Abundant Hydrogen is the most plentiful element in the universe. The element hydrogen is the most abundant in the universe. entails
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The process of introducing genetic information into a cell by encapsidating the nucleic acid in a viral or phage coat is known as transfection and is widely used in molecular cloning . A viral vector is the name for a tool commonly used by molecular biologists to place genetic material into cells. neutral
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The DNA of the cell is replicated during interphase of the cell cycle and then segregated during the four phases of mitosis. Mitosis actually occurs in four phases. entails
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After being in Calcutta for a week, we were beginning to develop respiratory problems. The development of the respiratory system in the fetus begins at about 4 weeks. neutral
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VERTEBRAL COLUMN (backbone) The vertebral column surrounds and protects the dorsal nerve cord. Backbone is another name for the vertebral column. entails
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In this activity you will extract one to these natural acid-base indicators and use it to find the approximate pH values of some substances you might find at home or at school. If a substance has a ph value greater than 7,that indicates that it is base. neutral
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The photic zone (and thus water clarity) has a maximum depth of 200 m based on the light absorption properties of water. The photic zone extends 200 meters deep. entails
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Two embryos eventually developed. Invertebrates (and higher animals) can also be placed in one of two groups based on how they develop as embryos. neutral
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The sun furnishes directly or indirectly all of the energy supporting life on earth, because all foods and fuels are derived ultimately from plants using the energy of sunlight. Most of the energy used by living things comes either directly or indirectly from the sun. entails
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Transmutation occurs every time the nucleus of an atom changes because of natural radioactive decay, nuclear fission, nuclear fusion, neutron capture, or numerous other processes. A neutron collides with an atom of u-235 during the basic nuclear fission process. neutral
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When water changes from a liquid to water vapor, it is called evaporation . When liquid water changes to water vapor it is called evaporation. entails
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A potential difficulty of an adaptive secondary mirror is the ability to verify the commanded mirror shapes of a large convex deformable surface. A convex mirror is shaped like the outside of a bowl. neutral
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Neuronal cell lineage and differentiation, neuronal migration, axon guidance, neuronal cell death, synapse formation and maintenance. The the synapse is the space between a neuron and the next cell. neutral
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Preserved vertebrate or invertebrate animals (includes embryos) 3. Invertebrates (and higher animals) can also be placed in one of two groups based on how they develop as embryos. neutral
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Metal ores 0 5,764,976 Misc. Metals start out as ore. neutral
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Nuclear change Decay type Loss of a gamma ray. Radioactive atoms, nuclear explosions, and stars produce gamma rays neutral
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They are cold-blooded (ectothermic), meaning their inner temperature varies with the temperature in the environment. Reptiles are described by the term ectothermic, which means their internal temperature depends on the temperature of their environment. entails
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When it reached the surface it quickly evaporated but by doing so it cooled the water in the jar. The impact of evaporative loss of the most energetic water molecules from a surface has the impact that it cools it. neutral
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Some contain carbon and organic molecules. The element carbon is present in all organic molecules. neutral
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The ratio of voltage to current is called R, the electrical resistance of the wire. In relation to electrical current, a narrow wire will have more resistance than a wide wire. neutral
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Neural development beginnings quite early, therefore also look at notes covering Week 3- neural tube and Week 4-early nervous system . The development of the respiratory system in the fetus begins at about 4 weeks. neutral
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Invertebrate embryos develop at different rates depending on the temperature of incubation. Invertebrates (and higher animals) can also be placed in one of two groups based on how they develop as embryos. neutral
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This consistency is unprecedented for an autosomal dominant disorder--especially one in which more than 80 per cent of cases are new mutations. A person affected by an autosomal dominant disorder has one mutated allele. neutral
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Weight is actually a measure of the gravitational force (pull) felt by a body and is measured in newtons (N) note that scientific units are almost always in lower case when spelled out fully, hence newtons and not Newtons. Newton (n) is the si unit for weight. entails
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As all Scott false positive substances have lower pKa values than cocaine, or in their basic from higher pKa values than the cocaine base, they can be discriminated from cocaine by a suitable pH test of the solution. If a substance has a ph value greater than 7,that indicates that it is base. neutral
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The fetus' brain begins to develop at the beginning of the 24th week of pregnancy, which may have a link to why the cysts resolve themselves by the 26th week. The development of the respiratory system in the fetus begins at about 4 weeks. neutral
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Most of the observable matter in the universe is in the plasma state (i.e., in the form of positively charged ions and negatively charged electrons). Plasma matter makes up most of the universe. entails
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Evaporation is when water changes from its liquid state into a vapor. When liquid water changes to water vapor it is called evaporation. entails
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Corolla The petals, collectively. All of the petals together are called a corolla. entails
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There is a median lobe, left lobe, right lobe, and the caudate lobes (see diagram). The gallbladder is near the right lobe of the liver. neutral
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This project aims to investigate whether the nutrients carried in dust can fertilize the oceans causing drawdown of atmospheric carbon dioxide. Ocean acidification occurs when excess carbon dioxide in the atmosphere causes the oceans to become acidic. neutral
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The third basic particle in an atom, the neutron , was discovered in 1932. A neutron collides with an atom of u-235 during the basic nuclear fission process. neutral
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It is the first and shortest part of the small intestine where most chemical digestion takes place. In the body, chemical digestion mainly takes place in the small intestine. entails
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Some contain carbon compounds. Compounds containing the element carbon are the basis of all known life. neutral
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It is this tiny space between the two cells that is referred to as a synapse . The the synapse is the space between a neuron and the next cell. entails
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Many important metal ores are sulfides. Metals start out as ore. neutral
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An organ is a structure composed of several different types of tissues. A(n) organ is a structure that is composed of one or more types of tissues. entails
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The evaporation process is simply the net loss of water from a surface by means of a change in state of water from liquid to vapor. When liquid water changes to water vapor it is called evaporation. entails
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Substances with a base pH include soap(pH 10.0) and ammonia (pH 11.2). If a substance has a ph value greater than 7,that indicates that it is base. neutral
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In PS, the smooth flow of blood into the lungs is obstructed. Smooth muscle regulates air flow in lungs. neutral
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Ocean pollution can cause algae to die and therefore not remove Carbon Dioxide from the atmosphere. Ocean acidification occurs when excess carbon dioxide in the atmosphere causes the oceans to become acidic. neutral
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A release of gaseous UF6 could occur only if there is a fire with sufficiently high temperature and duration to heat the solid UF6 to the point where it undergoes sublimation (change from a solid to a gas without ever becoming a liquid). Gases and liquids become solids at low temperatures. neutral
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Dieldrin is highly toxic to fish and other aquatic animals, particularly frogs, whose embryos can develop spinal deformities after exposure to low levels. Invertebrates (and higher animals) can also be placed in one of two groups based on how they develop as embryos. neutral
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Incubation is the process of keeping the egg warm so the baby is protected while it's developing. Incubation is when birds keep their eggs warm while the embryos inside develop. entails
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Repeat the cycle. The water cycle ends with it repeats itself. neutral
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Organic molecules have carbon and hydrogen; The element carbon is present in all organic molecules. entails
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These two ships facilitate the 'seabasing' of an amphibious landing force by acting as a floating base or transfer station that can be prepositioned off the target area. If the buoyant force is greater than the force of gravity acting on a ship, it will float. neutral
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The presynaptic dendrite from one neuron synapsing on the cell body of another neuron. The the synapse is the space between a neuron and the next cell. neutral
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Lyme Disease by FDA Consumer Lyme disease is an infection caused by the bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi that is transmitted by a tick bite. Lyme disease is caused by bacteria. entails
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In most prokaryotic bacteria, this is done by the process of binary fission, where two daughter cells are formed that are a replica of the parent cell. Binary fission is a form of cell division in prokaryotic organisms that produces identical offspring. entails
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Neptune's axis is not perpendicular to the planet's path around the sun. The eighth planet from our sun is neptune. neutral
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Most of the digestion of food takes place in the small intestine. In the body, chemical digestion mainly takes place in the small intestine. entails
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There is a small space (a synapse) between the axon the neuron or the nearby nerve cells. The the synapse is the space between a neuron and the next cell. entails
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Heavy hydrocarbons are only required to be removed if they are significant enough in the gas to become liquid at high pressures and low temperatures experienced by the pipeline. Gases and liquids become solids at low temperatures. neutral
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Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe, and oxygen is either 3rd or 5th most abundant (I don't remember which...) 2. The element hydrogen is the most abundant in the universe. entails
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To cause to turn round or revolve, as a wheel around an axle. The turning driveshaft causes the wheels of the car to turn. neutral
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Food digestion mainly occurs in the small intestine. In the body, chemical digestion mainly takes place in the small intestine. entails
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Life begins at 12 weeks when the fetus develops a functional heartbeat. The development of the respiratory system in the fetus begins at about 4 weeks. neutral
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Cardiac output (blood flow measured in volume per unit time) is computed by multiplying the heart rate (in beats per minute) and the stroke volume (the volume of blood ejected during ventricular systole). The term cardiac output, calculated by multiplying heart contractions by stroke volume, means the volume of blood pumped by the heart in one minute. entails
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They tend to live near fast-moving streams and rivers. Jet streams are fast moving rivers of air that are going in opposite directions called. neutral
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Mitosis consists of four stages. Mitosis actually occurs in four phases. entails
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A guy who raises goosebumps but not records. Goosebumps happen(s) when mammals raise their hair with tiny muscles in the skin. neutral
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There are plane mirrors, convex and concave mirrors. A convex mirror is shaped like the outside of a bowl. neutral
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Evaporation at the surface of the water cools the water. The impact of evaporative loss of the most energetic water molecules from a surface has the impact that it cools it. entails
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In regions of ocean upwelling, carbon rich water from the deep ocean comes to the surface and releases carbon into the atmosphere as carbon dioxide. Ocean acidification occurs when excess carbon dioxide in the atmosphere causes the oceans to become acidic. neutral
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Completion of this stage, at eight weeks, ensures the body systems are developed and from then on, the embryo is called the fetus. The development of the respiratory system in the fetus begins at about 4 weeks. neutral
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The catalog shows such a lens with center thickness 9.1mm, edge thickness 1.5mm. A concave lens is thicker at the edges than it is in the middle. neutral
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The hale formed by the impact is about 200 meters deep. The photic zone extends 200 meters deep. neutral
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Keep the steering wheel turned and the car drives in circles. The turning driveshaft causes the wheels of the car to turn. neutral
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Neptune --Neptune is the 8th planet from the sun. The eighth planet from our sun is neptune. entails
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The parasympathetic nervous system works through another second messenger, IP3, to mobilize calcium ions inside the cell and eventually foster muscle contraction. Calcium ion is an example of a second messenger. neutral
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Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the sun as it is in your body. The element hydrogen is the most abundant in the universe. entails
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We can be certain that the fetus begins to feel pain at some stage after 8 weeks of development. The development of the respiratory system in the fetus begins at about 4 weeks. neutral
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Low pressure areas called low pressure cells are associated with unsettled or stormy weather. You can expect stormy if a center of low pressure is moving your way. entails
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Frasier syndrome is inherited in an autosomal dominant fashion, indicating the need for only one mutated allele in a cell to lead to expression of the disease. A person affected by an autosomal dominant disorder has one mutated allele. entails
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Capillaries OH-130 and 20.3 A,B Flow of blood through the capillaries is regulated by vessels with smooth muscles in their walls. Smooth muscle regulates air flow in lungs. neutral
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This repeated hot and cold cycling of water was the vital procedure. The water cycle ends with it repeats itself. neutral
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But also, the resistance increases with a narrower hose, just like a thin copper wire has more electrical resistance than a thick wire. In relation to electrical current, a narrow wire will have more resistance than a wide wire. entails
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The women and infants unit delivered 6,000 babies last year and operates under the philosophy that each birth is unique. During the first year after birth, a baby called a(n) infant. neutral
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A front is simply the boundary between two air masses. In weather terms, the boundary between two air masses is called front. entails
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Blood supply to brain is mainly via the internal carotid artery . The carotid artery takes blood to the brain. entails
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The retina contains rods and cones, photoreceptor neurons that synapse with bipolar cells. The the synapse is the space between a neuron and the next cell. neutral
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Introduction, Theory of Gas Kinetics, Mechanisms. The behavior of ideal gases is explained by kinetic molecular theory. neutral
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receptors, second messengers, and ion channels; Calcium ion is an example of a second messenger. neutral
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Healthy, robust people rarely get infections Micro-organisms play an essential role in decomposing dead plants & animals. Mushrooms get their energy from decomposing dead organisms. neutral
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While plasma is the most abundant phase of matter in the universe, on earth it only occurs in a few limited places. Plasma matter makes up most of the universe. entails
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This causes the stronger effect in repsonsible for a stream of fast moving westerlie jet. Jet streams are fast moving rivers of air that are going in opposite directions called. neutral
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Plasma is the most abundant form of matter in the universe. Plasma matter makes up most of the universe. entails
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The Nature Of The Fission Process The nucleus of an atom can interact with a neutron that travels nearby in two basic ways. A neutron collides with an atom of u-235 during the basic nuclear fission process. neutral
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A new vaccine may be just around the corner for the prevention of type 1, or insulin-dependent, diabetes in patients at risk of developing the disease. Diabetes is unpreventable in the type one form but may be prevented by diet if it is of the second type. neutral
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EVAPORATION Water changing into vapor and rising into the air. When liquid water changes to water vapor it is called evaporation. entails
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These animals have the advantage that their developing embryos can be seen by researchers , so that mutations induced in the embryos can be observed to determine how they affect normal development. Invertebrates (and higher animals) can also be placed in one of two groups based on how they develop as embryos. neutral
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Von Frisch found that a bee with information on a new food source would perform a dance upon entering the hive. A bee will sometimes do a dance to tell other bees in the hive where to find food. entails
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Because alkaptonuria is an autosomal recessive disorder, an individual must inherit two mutated alleles to have the disease. A person affected by an autosomal dominant disorder has one mutated allele. neutral
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The diverging lens should again be a x20 objective or -8mm double-concave lens. A concave lens is thicker at the edges than it is in the middle. neutral
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The fetus's heart begins to beat, and by about the twentieth week the fetus can kick. The development of the respiratory system in the fetus begins at about 4 weeks. neutral
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front A boundary between two different air masses. In weather terms, the boundary between two air masses is called front. entails
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Vertebrates possess a backbone-a dorsal vertebral column enclosing a dorsal hollow nerve cord. Backbone is another name for the vertebral column. entails
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Strongylida This is a large order of nematodes which are of great economic importance both as human pathogens and parasites of veterinary animals. Nematodes can be a parasite of both. neutral
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Use a single headed arrow, , to indicate direction of a causal relationship, or a double headed arrow, , to indicate relationships of undetermined cause (or that are not causal). Reversible reactions are indicated by opposite-headed kinds of arrows. neutral
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The organization of the motor system is similar to that of vision, beginning with the primary motor cortex at the posterior edge of the frontal lobe. The primary motor cortex is located in the frontal lobe of the brain. entails
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Ixodes scapularis (Black-legged) ticks transmit Borrelia burgdorferi , the bacterium that causes Lyme disease. Lyme disease is caused by bacteria. entails
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You can experience perfect moments in nature that will nurture your soul. Animal behavior can be said to be controlled by genetics and experiences, also known as nature and nurture. neutral
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Fronts A weather front is a boundary between two distinct air masses. In weather terms, the boundary between two air masses is called front. entails
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However, plasma is the most abundant form of matter in the universe. Plasma matter makes up most of the universe. entails
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Brain bloodflow The blood reaches the brain through the internal carotid and the vertebral arteries. The carotid artery takes blood to the brain. neutral
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Water injected into unconfined sand forms a stationary dome, and if there are confining layers then water spreads out horizontally. When sediments settle out of water, they form horizontal layers. neutral
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Define convex lens, concave lens and focal length. A concave lens is thicker at the edges than it is in the middle. neutral
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We are also studying highly efficient energy conversion mechanism, electrical energy transmission and storage, superconductor and its application, power electronics and control of electrical machines, and aspects of energy problems. You call materials able to conduct electricity with 100% efficiency, meaning that no energy is lost during the electrical transmission, superconductors. neutral
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Only they turn wheels, cause change or movement. The turning driveshaft causes the wheels of the car to turn. neutral
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Neptune The Mystic Neptune is the eighth planet from the Sun and the fourth largest (by diameter). The eighth planet from our sun is neptune. entails
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Causing the wheels to turn and the jeep to plummet. The turning driveshaft causes the wheels of the car to turn. neutral
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In evaporation, a liquid (like water) changes state to become a gas (water vapor). When liquid water changes to water vapor it is called evaporation. entails
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When one practices Qigong, one must learn to regulate breathing to smooth the Qi flow in the large intestine and the lungs. Smooth muscle regulates air flow in lungs. neutral
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THE OFFSHORE OCEAN ZONE The offshore ocean zone of California begins at a depth of about 100 meters and extends to the edge of the Exclusive Economic Zone (200 miles offshore). The photic zone extends 200 meters deep. neutral
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Biologists are developing a faster, better way to monitor bacterial and viral pollution in sea water in just a few hours, using the latest tools in molecular biology. A viral vector is the name for a tool commonly used by molecular biologists to place genetic material into cells. neutral
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Specification of lens power, base curve, thickness, and edge thickness of firm lenses. A concave lens is thicker at the edges than it is in the middle. neutral
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Acid-base indicators exhibits different colors due to a substance that is sensitive to a change in pH. If a substance has a ph value greater than 7,that indicates that it is base. neutral
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Also a 200 meter deep-snow-dash. The photic zone extends 200 meters deep. neutral
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He injected one of two cells of a two-cell starfish embryo with antibodies to myosin, and allowed the embryo to develop to the blastula stage. Invertebrates (and higher animals) can also be placed in one of two groups based on how they develop as embryos. neutral
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Arrows heading down indicate a parent version. Reversible reactions are indicated by opposite-headed kinds of arrows. neutral
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Pesticides are applied to eliminate the parasites of both plants and animals. Nematodes can be a parasite of both. neutral
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Type 1 and type 2 diabetes are the primary forms of the disease. Diabetes is unpreventable in the type one form but may be prevented by diet if it is of the second type. neutral
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In Colombia there are 32 terrestrial biomes and 314 types of ecosystems. Terrestrial biomes are classified by climatic factors and types of primary producers. neutral
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What that step illustrates is the process of gametogenesis (the production of sex cells, egg & sperm). Meiosis is part of the process of gametogenesis, which is the production of sperm and eggs. entails
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Not Isolated Systems The criminal justice system does not exist, nor was it created, in a vacuum. A sealed, vacuum-insulated reaction flask approximates the condition of a isolated system, in which neither matter nor heat can be exchanged between system and surroundings. neutral
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Mass on a Vertical Spring When simple harmonic motion is discussed in introductory textbooks, the mass connected to the spring usually slides on a frictionless horizontal surface. An object attached to a spring sliding on a frictionless surface is an uncomplicated type of simple harmonic oscillator. entails
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For lorries and certain types of delivery vans a new type of convex, reducing mirror or a mirror that can be extended out when entering a bend may be options. A convex mirror is shaped like the outside of a bowl. neutral
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RESPIRATORY EMBRYOLOGY The lower respiratory system (from the pharynx down) develops during week 4 (26-27 days) starts as a median laryngotracheal groove (The Developing Human, 6th ed., p. 260, fig. The development of the respiratory system in the fetus begins at about 4 weeks. entails
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pH A logarithmic measure of the acidity or alkalinity of a solution using the hydrogen ion concentration. The concentration of the hydrogen ion in a solution can be calculated when the ph is known. entails
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The gallbladder is a hollow organ that sits just beneath the right lobe of the liver. The gallbladder is near the right lobe of the liver. entails
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They are among the most primitive of dicotelydonous angiosperm plants. Angiosperms are the most successful phylum of plants. neutral
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Evaporation is the changing of liquid water to water vapor.Condensation is when air cools and water vapor turns into liquid. When liquid water changes to water vapor it is called evaporation. entails
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Irregular bones are found in your backbone (vertebrae), wrists and ankles. Vertebrata are characterized by the presence of backbone. neutral
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Repeat births to teens have higher rates of serious problems than the first birth, including low birthweight babies, premature and stillborn infants, and a rate of infant mortality nine times greater than that of first-born infants. During the first year after birth, a baby called a(n) infant. neutral
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more loosely, many carbon-based compounds that also contain other elements. Compounds containing the element carbon are the basis of all known life. neutral
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Pycnogonids are one of the few groups of animals in which the males exclusive- ly brood the developing embryos and, in some species, the young. Invertebrates (and higher animals) can also be placed in one of two groups based on how they develop as embryos. neutral
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The meiotic cell division is important for the production of gametes (gametogenesis) or sex cells (the egg and the sperm in humans) . Meiosis is part of the process of gametogenesis, which is the production of sperm and eggs. entails
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Continental crust is much older, thicker and less dense than oceanic crust. Gabbro is a dark dense rock that can be found in the oceanic crust. neutral
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The solar electric systems convert the radiant energy of the sun directly into electrical energy, which can then be used as most electrical energy is used today. Most of the energy used by living things comes either directly or indirectly from the sun. neutral
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In a concave lens the light has to travel further through the middle then through the sides. A concave lens is thicker at the edges than it is in the middle. neutral
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In essence, it s a small-scale power plant that generates electricity using oxygen from the air and any fuel source that contains hydrogen, such as natural gas or propane. On a global scale, plants and other photosynthetic organisms have generated all of the oxygen in the air. neutral
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By feeding on insects, frogs play an important role in maintaining the balance of our ecosystem. Beneficial fungi play a crucial role in balance of ecosystems. neutral
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Lyme disease is caused by a bacterium carried by infected deer ticks. Lyme disease is caused by bacteria. entails
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Determine the pH value for solutions containing each of the substances listed in problem 7, assuming that equal molar amounts of the weak acid or base, and its conjugate base or acid are present. If a substance has a ph value greater than 7,that indicates that it is base. neutral
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But Lyme disease is caused by a bacterium named 'Borrelia burgdorfi', named for Burgdorf, Germany where it was first identified, and the bitch showed a positive Lyme Western Blot test. Lyme disease is caused by bacteria. entails
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Include the type of refugee or asylee populations your organization serves or the community it advocates for. All of the populations that live in the same area make up a(n) community, which includes populations of different organisms. neutral
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The tick, Ixodes scapularis , can infect people with the bacterium responsible for causing Lyme disease. Lyme disease is caused by bacteria. entails
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Red-cockaded family groups may include a breeding pair and as many as seven helpers, though more commonly they number three to seven birds total. Birds live and breed on seven of the continents. neutral
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Treatment with hemodialysis (the artificial kidney) may be performed at a dialysis unit or at home. Hemodialysis has a patient’s blood pass through a length of tubing that travels through an artificial kidney machine. entails
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A concave lens cannot project an image. A concave lens is thicker at the edges than it is in the middle. neutral
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The next four phases involved the actual widening of the highway. Mitosis actually occurs in four phases. neutral
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Noted an injury to the right kidney and to the lobe of the liver. The gallbladder is near the right lobe of the liver. neutral
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The cycle repeats. The water cycle ends with it repeats itself. neutral
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The right and left lobes of the liver are elongate, while the center lobe is short. The gallbladder is near the right lobe of the liver. neutral
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The temperature at which a liquid becomes solid. Gases and liquids become solids at low temperatures. neutral
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synapse A specialized junction at which a neural cell (neuron) communicates with a target cell. The the synapse is the space between a neuron and the next cell. entails
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Characteristics of Vertebrates The main distinguishing feature of vertebrates is their vertebral column, or backbone (see Figure 19.1). Backbone is another name for the vertebral column. entails
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metal and ore refining, 6 percent; Metals start out as ore. neutral
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In-depth studies include hydrosphere, population dynamics, evolution theory and motion and forces. Dynamics is the study of how forces affect the motion of objects. neutral
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commonly used vectors are bacterial plasmids and viral phages. A viral vector is the name for a tool commonly used by molecular biologists to place genetic material into cells. neutral
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Fission is the process used in the first nuclear weapons and in power plants. Fission is the radioactive process used in nuclear power plants and one type of nuclear bomb. entails
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A worker bee returns to the hive and signals to other workers the range and direction relative to the sun of the food source by means of a waggle dance. A bee will sometimes do a dance to tell other bees in the hive where to find food. entails
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The ultimate source of energy for these transfers is the sun, whose energy can be used both directly and indirectly. Most of the energy used by living things comes either directly or indirectly from the sun. entails
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Obviously the development was not that of a 10 week fetus. The development of the respiratory system in the fetus begins at about 4 weeks. neutral
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Neptune Neptune is the eighth planet from the sun in our solar system. The eighth planet from our sun is neptune. entails
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Continental crust is larglely composed of granite, which is less dense than oceanic crust, which is largley basalt (both continental granite and oceanic basalt are generally overlain by sediments and sedimentary rocks at the surface). Gabbro is a dark dense rock that can be found in the oceanic crust. neutral
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The malaria parasite ( Plasmodium ), for example, has a complex life cycle involving the alternation of sexually and asexually reproducing generations. The life cycle of plants is so complex because of the alternation of generation. neutral
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It supplies the anterior and inferior parts of the head of the caudate nucleus, putamen and the internal capsule. The head of the sperm contains the nucleus. neutral
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Then repeat the process with clean water for the rinse cycle. The water cycle ends with it repeats itself. neutral
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Dynamics In the terminology of engineering mechanics, statics is the study of forces on structures, and dynamics is the study of forces on structures in motion. Dynamics is the study of how forces affect the motion of objects. entails
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the volume pumped in a minute is called the cardiac output and is the product of the stroke volume and the heart rate. The term cardiac output, calculated by multiplying heart contractions by stroke volume, means the volume of blood pumped by the heart in one minute. entails
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In this procedure, one or two cells can be removed from an IVF embryo at the 8- to 16- cell stage for biopsy, without affecting subsequent development of the embryo. Invertebrates (and higher animals) can also be placed in one of two groups based on how they develop as embryos. neutral
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rocks are lighter, less dense, and generally more resistant to weathering than ocean crust iii. Gabbro is a dark dense rock that can be found in the oceanic crust. neutral
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Gprotein, phosphorylation, ion channels, second messenger pathways. Calcium ion is an example of a second messenger. neutral
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Carbon is called the basis for life because all living things contain organic compounds. Compounds containing the element carbon are the basis of all known life. entails
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Lyme disease is caused by a bacterium carried by tiny ticks that live in wooded and grassy areas nationwide, but especially in the Northeast and upper Midwest. Lyme disease is caused by bacteria. entails
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as, a plano-concave lens . A concave lens is thicker at the edges than it is in the middle. neutral
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Moreover, the type of oscillation that the mass executes is a special type of periodic motion called Simple Harmonic Motion . An object attached to a spring sliding on a frictionless surface is an uncomplicated type of simple harmonic oscillator. neutral
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there was a big fight over who discovered it first) Neptune is the eighth planet from the Sun. The eighth planet from our sun is neptune. entails
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First, wet it with the lens cleaner and use a soft drilling type motion right into the concave portion of the front lens. A concave lens is thicker at the edges than it is in the middle. neutral
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The funny thing about that is, that as far as we know, plasmas are the most common state of matter in the universe. Plasma matter makes up most of the universe. entails
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Introduction An invertebrate is an animal without a backbone or vertebral column. Backbone is another name for the vertebral column. entails
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The cycle is repeated until the end of the growing season is reached. The water cycle ends with it repeats itself. neutral
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Simple Consciousness Worker bees communicate the location of food sources by performing dances when they return to the hive. A bee will sometimes do a dance to tell other bees in the hive where to find food. entails
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The Aleutian Low is an area of almost constant stormy weather. You can expect stormy if a center of low pressure is moving your way. neutral
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Turns the wheel. The turning driveshaft causes the wheels of the car to turn. neutral
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Due to rising carbon dioxide in the Earth's atmosphere, the oceans of the future are projected to absorb more carbon dioxide, leading to acidification of the water. Ocean acidification occurs when excess carbon dioxide in the atmosphere causes the oceans to become acidic. entails
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Temperature is a measure of the speed (or energy) of the atoms in a given substance. Energy is stored in a chemical substance between atoms. neutral
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A balanced diet can also play a crucial role in preventing or treating headaches. Beneficial fungi play a crucial role in balance of ecosystems. neutral
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She started to test samples of different metals and ores to note the length of time it took for samples to discharge an electroscope. Metals start out as ore. neutral
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This is an autosomal dominant disorder that affects one in 3,000 people. A person affected by an autosomal dominant disorder has one mutated allele. neutral
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3 individual atoms (2 hydrogen atoms and 1 oxygen atoms) are in one water molecule. Water contains 3 atoms. entails
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Ocean acidification is the ongoing decrease in the pH of the Earth's oceans, caused by the uptake of carbon dioxide (CO2 ) from the atmosphere. Ocean acidification occurs when excess carbon dioxide in the atmosphere causes the oceans to become acidic. entails
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Animals are divided into Invertebrate and Vertebrates Vertebrates (animals having backbones or vertebral column). Backbone is another name for the vertebral column. entails
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In vertebrate chordates, it is replaced by a vertebral column or backbone long before maturity. Backbone is another name for the vertebral column. entails
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The semen will contain large numbers of sperm with tapered heads and many immature spermatids. The head of the sperm contains the nucleus. neutral
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At least seven species of water birds are known to breed on Montague Island. Birds live and breed on seven of the continents. neutral
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The head of the arrow indicates the final position of an electron pair, the tail of the arrow indicates which electron pair is being relocated. Reversible reactions are indicated by opposite-headed kinds of arrows. neutral
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Shape ice into a convex circle and use it like a magnifying lens to make fire. A convex mirror is shaped like the outside of a bowl. neutral
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Like all reptiles , tuatara are ectothermic, meaning that their body temperature fluctuates according to the environmental temperature , rather than being maintained internally. Reptiles are described by the term ectothermic, which means their internal temperature depends on the temperature of their environment. entails
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This causes gases to become liquids and liquids to become solids as the temperature decreases. Gases and liquids become solids at low temperatures. entails
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The cryostat measures the heat flow through different insulation systems at various vacuum levels. A sealed, vacuum-insulated reaction flask approximates the condition of a isolated system, in which neither matter nor heat can be exchanged between system and surroundings. neutral
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From Newton's first law of motion, force equals mass, ' m ' (in kg) multiplied by acceleration, 'a' (in metres per second 2 ). Newton’s second law of motion is more than a definition; it is a relationship among acceleration, force, and mass. entails
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At room temperature monochloroethane is a gas, hexachloroethane is a solid, and the seven other chloroethanes are liquids. Gases and liquids become solids at low temperatures. neutral
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Racks keep bottles horizontal, their corks wet, and allow any sediments to settle. When sediments settle out of water, they form horizontal layers. neutral
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pHs of less than 7 indicate acidity, whereas a pH of greater than 7 indicates a base. If a substance has a ph value greater than 7,that indicates that it is base. entails
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An organic compound containing nitrogen, derived from ammonia, NH 3 , by replacing one or more hydrogen atoms by as many hydrocarbon radicals. Water contains 3 atoms. neutral
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Birds live and breed in most terrestrial habitats on all seven continents, from the Arctic to Antarctica. Birds live and breed on seven of the continents. entails
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Honey bees are known for their specialized dances, such as the waggle dance which recruit other bees to the precise location of the food source. A bee will sometimes do a dance to tell other bees in the hive where to find food. entails
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Neptune , god of the sea as noted by Roman mythology, is the eighth planet from the Sun. The eighth planet from our sun is neptune. entails
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Metals and Ores Used With Gems and Stones. Metals start out as ore. neutral
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Under laboratory conditions with particles larger than a micron, gravity causes sedimentation of the particles, forming a thin horizontal layer at the bottom of the plasma. When sediments settle out of water, they form horizontal layers. neutral
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A species' way of making a living is called its niche. Each species has a particular way of making a living, which is called its niche. entails
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Must be a metal ore of some kind. Metals start out as ore. neutral
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We offer a variety of mirror types, including Mirror Walls, Mirrored Wardrobes & Doors , to Convex Mirrors for Safety and Security. A convex mirror is shaped like the outside of a bowl. neutral
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They shut down the electrical current before the heat generated by the wire's resistance is enough to burn the wire up. In relation to electrical current, a narrow wire will have more resistance than a wide wire. neutral
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vibrational motion, conservative forces, inertial and non-inertial frames, central-force motions, rigid bodies, and rotational dynamics are studied. Dynamics is the study of how forces affect the motion of objects. neutral
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This is indicated by an arrow head on one or both of the ends of the arc. Reversible reactions are indicated by opposite-headed kinds of arrows. neutral
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Step four of mitosis Mitosis actually occurs in four phases. neutral
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Evaporation is the change of liquid water to a vapor. When liquid water changes to water vapor it is called evaporation. entails
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Neutrons collide with an atom of 235 U, which splits into two fragments called fission products , producing energy (heat) and two more neutrons. A neutron collides with an atom of u-235 during the basic nuclear fission process. entails
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Both parasites can originate from human and animal wastes. Nematodes can be a parasite of both. neutral
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Superconductors conduct electricity without losing energy to electrical resistance, as most conductors do. You call materials able to conduct electricity with 100% efficiency, meaning that no energy is lost during the electrical transmission, superconductors. entails
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Neptune is the eighth planet from the sun and the fourth of the outer planets. The eighth planet from our sun is neptune. entails
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Keystone species play crucial roles in maintaining ecological communities by affecting many other organisms within those ecosystems. Beneficial fungi play a crucial role in balance of ecosystems. neutral
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The Convex Mirror The Arnolfini Marriage - A convex mirror is shaped like the outside of a bowl. neutral
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Plasma is by far the most abundant state of matter in the universe because stars are mostly plasma. Plasma matter makes up most of the universe. entails
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The sort indication arrow has moved from the date heading to the sender heading. Reversible reactions are indicated by opposite-headed kinds of arrows. neutral
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For example, birds and insect wings have evolved to support flight, not because birds and insects share a common ancestor with this feature. The bird ancestor that lived in trees developed wings, which is commonly associated with birds. neutral
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The Nature Conservancy states that oyster restoration is crucial to creating a balanced, healthy ecosystem by being a beneficial nursery for various juvenile marine species, filtering impurities in the water, as well as preventing coastline erosion. Beneficial fungi play a crucial role in balance of ecosystems. neutral
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They may sense the magnetic fields that surround wires conducting electric current, or they prefer the warmth produced by resistance to the currents in the wires. In relation to electrical current, a narrow wire will have more resistance than a wide wire. neutral
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Use the wheel on the over turned ore car. The turning driveshaft causes the wheels of the car to turn. neutral
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I may not be as personally involved in the campers lives but it takes each one of us to do our part, to fill our niche that we have been called to. Each species has a particular way of making a living, which is called its niche. neutral
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Organ is a technical term used in biology to describe a physical structure composed of living tissue. A(n) organ is a structure that is composed of one or more types of tissues. entails
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The energy that most living things need to survive comes from the Sun in the form of light and heat. Most of the energy used by living things comes either directly or indirectly from the sun. entails
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The head of the mature sperm consists mainly of the nucleus, which carries copies of the father's chromosomes. The head of the sperm contains the nucleus. entails
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The target system is surrounded by an insulation vacuum tank, consisting of aluminium tubes above and below the cell and of a polyimid foil. A sealed, vacuum-insulated reaction flask approximates the condition of a isolated system, in which neither matter nor heat can be exchanged between system and surroundings. neutral
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The thin steel wire is a good conductor of electricity, but not as good as the copper wire, which is deliberately chosen to have very low resistance. In relation to electrical current, a narrow wire will have more resistance than a wide wire. neutral
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Terrestrial biomes are classified by climatic factors and types of primary producers. Terrestrial biomes are classified by climatic factors and types of primary producers. entails
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Many Indian myths revolve around the seven seas and seven continents. Birds live and breed on seven of the continents. neutral
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Evaporation (ee-vap-or-a-shun) turns liquid water into a gas called water vapor. When liquid water changes to water vapor it is called evaporation. entails
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Chemically, carotenes are polyunsaturated hydrocarbons containing 40 carbon atoms per molecule, variable numbers of hydrogen atoms, and no other elements. Hydrocarbons are made of one carbon and four hydrogen atoms. neutral
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This evaporation process changes liquid water into a gas or vapor. When liquid water changes to water vapor it is called evaporation. entails
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Type II diabetes is a disease that prevents the body from regulating blood sugar. Diabetes is unpreventable in the type one form but may be prevented by diet if it is of the second type. neutral
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Generally, storms move with the direction of the upper-level jet stream. Jet streams are fast moving rivers of air that are going in opposite directions called. neutral
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Many metabolized substances are compounds containing only the elements carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen. Compounds containing the element carbon are the basis of all known life. neutral
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12th WEEK The baby wakes and sleeps and exercises, moving about and breathing amniotic fluid to strengthen his developing respiratory system. The development of the respiratory system in the fetus begins at about 4 weeks. neutral
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Almost all other organisms obtain their energy, directly or indirectly, from the sun. Most of the energy used by living things comes either directly or indirectly from the sun. entails
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The barbs on the arrows show wind direction and the head of the arrow indicates cloud cover. Reversible reactions are indicated by opposite-headed kinds of arrows. neutral
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Clicking on the two-headed arrow will reverse the foreground and background colors. Reversible reactions are indicated by opposite-headed kinds of arrows. neutral
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Thick Lens Properties. A concave lens is thicker at the edges than it is in the middle. neutral
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Deer ticks, known scientifically as Ixodes dammini, are the insects that carry the bacterium -- Borrelia burgdorferi -- that causes Lyme disease. Lyme disease is caused by bacteria. entails
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Vertebrates have a vertebral column in which the notochord is replaced by multiple vertebrae that form a backbone. Backbone is another name for the vertebral column. entails
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And his primary focus of attack in on the frontal lobes of the brain. The primary motor cortex is located in the frontal lobe of the brain. neutral
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Binary fission in various single-celled organisms (left). Binary fission is a form of cell division in prokaryotic organisms that produces identical offspring. neutral
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Carotid arteries supply blood to the brain and neck. The carotid artery takes blood to the brain. entails
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Hydrogen is the most abundant of all of the elements in the universe. The element hydrogen is the most abundant in the universe. entails
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Light enters the front of the eye through the pupil and is focused by the lens onto the retina. The pupil of the eye allows light to enter. entails
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Compound containing only the two elements, carbon and hydrogen. Compounds containing the element carbon are the basis of all known life. neutral
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The problem is that safe yield ignores the complex relationships between surface water (lakes, streams, springs, and marshes) and groundwater (water found in underground rock formations called aquifers). You call water that flows out of the ground where an aquifer meets the surface a(n) spring. neutral
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Cell Membrane Cell membranes or Plasma membranes are present on all cells. All types of cells are enclosed by a membrane. entails
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physiology and biology of bone, ligament, muscle, cartilage and tendon; Bones, cartilage, and ligaments make up the skeletal system. neutral
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An iris diaphragm controls the amount of light entering the eye, and the pupil is a horizontal slit. The pupil of the eye allows light to enter. neutral
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Lens types. A concave lens is thicker at the edges than it is in the middle. neutral
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They are formed on essentially horizontal, early Quaternary sediment. When sediments settle out of water, they form horizontal layers. neutral
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Students will list a many of the seven continents as possible. Birds live and breed on seven of the continents. neutral
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Use the Kinetic Theory as a model to explain the gas phase 2. The behavior of ideal gases is explained by kinetic molecular theory. neutral
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There are four phases of mitosis that occur during the process. Mitosis actually occurs in four phases. entails
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All of the organisms present are commonly found in the photic zone because they need abundant oxygen, and many may have had photosynthetic zooxanthellae. On a global scale, plants and other photosynthetic organisms have generated all of the oxygen in the air. neutral
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the concave lens . A concave lens is thicker at the edges than it is in the middle. neutral
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It was found that the instrument had penetrated the right lobe of the liver; The gallbladder is near the right lobe of the liver. neutral
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The rolling motion is calculated based on the object dynamics and the desired critical contact force. Dynamics is the study of how forces affect the motion of objects. neutral
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The driveshaft and center floor hump is eliminated in front-wheel drive cars. The turning driveshaft causes the wheels of the car to turn. neutral
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A spring is any natural situation where water flows from an aquifer to the earth's surface. You call water that flows out of the ground where an aquifer meets the surface a(n) spring. entails
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A front (boundary between two air masses) that is not moving. In weather terms, the boundary between two air masses is called front. entails
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Fetuses infected between 4-6 months frequently develop malformations, including eye and central nervous system abnormalities. The development of the respiratory system in the fetus begins at about 4 weeks. neutral
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In particular, carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere and changes in the salinity of the ocean water are also important in causing these climate changes. Ocean acidification occurs when excess carbon dioxide in the atmosphere causes the oceans to become acidic. neutral
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This paper transferred two embryos each to one group of 28 healthy women, and four embryos each to another such group. Invertebrates (and higher animals) can also be placed in one of two groups based on how they develop as embryos. neutral
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The Sun and Mercury are in the Eighth House in opposition to Neptune and these planets are square the first mentioned positions. The eighth planet from our sun is neptune. neutral
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Very simple, uncomplicated type of game. An object attached to a spring sliding on a frictionless surface is an uncomplicated type of simple harmonic oscillator. neutral
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Insects play a vital role in maintaining the balance of ecosystems and the sustainable conservation of wildlife and local agriculture. Beneficial fungi play a crucial role in balance of ecosystems. neutral
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Develop a definition for evaporation, which is water that changes from a liquid to a gas called water vapor which cannot be seen. When liquid water changes to water vapor it is called evaporation. entails
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The layers are parallel to each other because they were formed by sediments falling to the bottom of the seas in horizontal layers (see above), but when the continents crashed together at a convergent boundary, the rocks and sediment under the sea were squished and folded. When sediments settle out of water, they form horizontal layers. entails
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4. Respiratory System The development of the respiratory system in the fetus begins at about 4 weeks. neutral
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Chemical energy is stored in the bonds between the atoms in compounds. Energy is stored in a chemical substance between atoms. entails
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Because of the way the eggs develop, parthenogenetic embryos have only one type of sex chromosome, and of the two possibilities only ZZ embryos can survive. Invertebrates (and higher animals) can also be placed in one of two groups based on how they develop as embryos. neutral
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Currents flowing through electrical wires encounter electrical resistance, a microscopic form of friction, which results in loss of energy. In relation to electrical current, a narrow wire will have more resistance than a wide wire. neutral
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Two distinct one cell embryos can be fused together to create a single embryo that can grow and develop into an adult animal. Invertebrates (and higher animals) can also be placed in one of two groups based on how they develop as embryos. neutral
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The neurones synapse to the end bulbs of the light sensitive cells. The the synapse is the space between a neuron and the next cell. neutral
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The cycle is repeated and the water hyacinth is kept under control. The water cycle ends with it repeats itself. neutral
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neither heat nor matter cross the system boundaries. A sealed, vacuum-insulated reaction flask approximates the condition of a isolated system, in which neither matter nor heat can be exchanged between system and surroundings. neutral
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Sperm contain enzymes in the acrosome region of the head that allow them to penetrate these layers. The head of the sperm contains the nucleus. neutral
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evaporation The process of water as a liquid changing to gas (water vapor). When liquid water changes to water vapor it is called evaporation. entails
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From outside the cell the process of endocytosis, including pinocytosis (cellular drinking), admits liquids and small particles through the formation, in the plasma membrane, of small pits that are coated with protein. Pinocytosis is another word for cellular drinking. entails
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The nucleus is very dark, but the coma makes the head the brightest part of the comet. The head of the sperm contains the nucleus. neutral
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The human backbone has 24 vertebrae. Vertebrata are characterized by the presence of backbone. neutral
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Hydrogen is, in fact, the most abundant element in the universe. The element hydrogen is the most abundant in the universe. entails
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They form at temperatures as high as 1,000 o Celsius (C) (Hunsinger, 1997) and as low as 20 o C in the gas, liquid, or even solid phase (Klimm, 1998). Gases and liquids become solids at low temperatures. neutral
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Answer If you have ever looked at the lens of a magnifying glass, you know it is thick in the middle and tapers to nothing at the edges. A concave lens is thicker at the edges than it is in the middle. neutral
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This motion must be used to turn the car's axle or wheels. The turning driveshaft causes the wheels of the car to turn. neutral
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The two carotid arteries carry blood from the heart to the brain. The carotid artery takes blood to the brain. entails
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Multiple tissue types compose organs and body structures. A(n) organ is a structure that is composed of one or more types of tissues. entails
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It is a food source for the bee and is stored in the hive. A bee will sometimes do a dance to tell other bees in the hive where to find food. neutral
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This cycle is repeated until the end of the third year. The water cycle ends with it repeats itself. neutral
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Angiosperms (flowering plants) were the original source of most plant medicines. Angiosperms are the most successful phylum of plants. neutral
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Evaporation (Evaporation of Water) Emission of water vapor by the free surface of liquid water at a temperature below the boiling point. When liquid water changes to water vapor it is called evaporation. entails
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Bees and Wasps When honey bees discover a new food source they tell the other bees where it is by bee dancing. A bee will sometimes do a dance to tell other bees in the hive where to find food. entails
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Convex Mirrors - A convex mirror is shaped like the outside of a bowl. neutral
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One defining electrical property is the resistance of the wires inside the chips. In relation to electrical current, a narrow wire will have more resistance than a wide wire. neutral
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The grassland is a major ecosystem in the northern China playing the crucial role in the surface energy and water budget. Beneficial fungi play a crucial role in balance of ecosystems. neutral
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Fronts are boundaries between air masses of different temperatures. In weather terms, the boundary between two air masses is called front. entails
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It is conceivable that in the absence of atmospheric oxygen, and given enough time, other metabolisms could be dominant, but any plant, that is any photosynthetic organism that does develop aerobic metabolism on such a world will outcompete its neighbors. On a global scale, plants and other photosynthetic organisms have generated all of the oxygen in the air. neutral
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In hemodialysis, a dialysis machine and a special filter called an artificial kidney, or a dialyzer, are used to clean your blood. Hemodialysis has a patient’s blood pass through a length of tubing that travels through an artificial kidney machine. entails
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Newton's Second Law of Motion states that the force or action of a rocket engine is directly proportional to the mass expelled times its acceleration. Newton’s second law of motion is more than a definition; it is a relationship among acceleration, force, and mass. entails
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The convex index, image shape, and dimension of the mirror generate an accurate virtual reflection of the lava animation. A convex mirror is shaped like the outside of a bowl. neutral
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Unlike Type 1 diabetes, Type 2 diabetes may respond to treatment with exercise, diet, or oral medications. Diabetes is unpreventable in the type one form but may be prevented by diet if it is of the second type. entails
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That turns the drive shaft, which then turns the wheels that make your car go. The turning driveshaft causes the wheels of the car to turn. entails
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A red button with an arrow pointing towards the chapter heading indicates that the heading is expandable. Reversible reactions are indicated by opposite-headed kinds of arrows. neutral
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In addition to the basic features PowerPoint offers, it allows the presentation developer quite a bit of flexibility when it comes to modifying slide layouts and editing object properties. The flexibility of an object allows it to bend. neutral
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Now's the time for a major makeover LONG summer days, with hours and hours of daylight, are great for lounging around, sitting in the garden, and entertaining. The number of daylight hours each day would be greatest during the summer near the north pole. neutral
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The Chicago Reporter , June 1999 " Getting a jump on good health ," looks at how schools are trying to modify physical education curricula to more effectively help kids establish regular exercise habits. Exercising regularly is a good health habit. entails
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If a child inherits brown-eye genes from one parent, and blue-eye genes from the other parent, then the child will have brown eyes. Children can inherit brown eyes from their parents. entails
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The evidence of evolution and anthropology is that humans always depended on intimate connections with plants, animals, and the heavens to feed and shelter themselves and find their way. Many animals depend on plants for shelter. neutral
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Nearly all seed is viable at maturity, but about 10% of the seed may remain dormant in the soil for up to 10 years. Seeds that remain inactive until the right conditions of light, water, and soil are present are called dormant neutral
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Make sure that home insulation is not in contact with electrical wiring. Electrical wires are usually covered with plastic or rubber to insulate the electrical wire. neutral
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Food changes with seasons and whim. A change of season and less food usually cause certain animals to migrate. neutral
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This seems to be very important and serious result that open possibilities to reproduce the natural processes in soil at plant growing on the substrate culture. Growing and reproducing occur in both plants and humans. neutral
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and the more simple a machine, the more valuable it is. A complex machine is described by: it is made of more than one simple machine. neutral
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A deep root system anchors the tree against the wind. Deep roots will best prevent a tree from being blown over by high winds during a storm. entails
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Physicists can say that the force and torques between two magnets are caused by magnetic poles repelling or attracting each other. Increasing the distance between the two magnets will cause a decrease in the force of attraction between two magnets. neutral
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All allergies due to foods, animals, chemicals, seasonal changes, and environmental elements. A change of season and less food usually cause certain animals to migrate. neutral
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Describe how simple machines operate. A complex machine is described by: it is made of more than one simple machine. neutral
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Machine Vision The machine vision module aims to teach sufficient theory and practical information to enable students to understand, design and implement simple, practical vision systems, and to understand more complex ones. A complex machine is described by: it is made of more than one simple machine. neutral
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They are learning that machines make work easier and that many machines are a series of simple machines. A complex machine is described by: it is made of more than one simple machine. neutral
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That means that the force of gravity downwards must be balanced by the magnetic force upwards. Gravity and magnetism are both common forces. neutral
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Environmental Aspects of Geothermal Energy Use Geothermal energy does not require fuel-burning to produce heat or electricity. Heat is produced when paper is burned. neutral
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normal function of cardiovascular, gas exchange, and renal systems including neuroendocrine control. One function of the cardiovascular system is to transport gases throughout the body. neutral
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Sandy soils have comparatively large particles that permit good aeration, quick passage of water, and quick warming. This statement best describes sandy soils: sandy soils allow water to drain quickly. entails
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conducts experiments to improve insulation compounds for electrical wiring. Electrical wires are usually covered with plastic or rubber to insulate the electrical wire. neutral
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It is possible to crash the telescope into the north pier and great care must be taken when working near the celestial pole, especially at large western hour angles. The number of daylight hours each day would be greatest during the summer near the north pole. neutral
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Some of the manifestations of transient units are the nature forces, such as gravity, electricity, magnetism, and lightning. Gravity and magnetism are both common forces. neutral
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It is the time it takes the Earth to go completely around (orbit) the sun once. It takes about one year for earth to orbit the sun. neutral
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If you have poor vision or an eye condition (such as cataracts), your child may inherit that same trait. Children can inherit brown eyes from their parents. neutral
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A study of the structure and function of the human body with special emphasis on the skeletal, muscular, nervous and cardiovascular systems as applied to sports. One function of the cardiovascular system is to transport gases throughout the body. neutral
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A review of hundreds of nutrient solutions and all greenhouse growing systems showed one thing in common, the absence of silicon and a range of other naturally occurring elements. Using nutrients and growing are common to all living things. neutral
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However, where there is strong pressure from predators, these animals themselves may become prey. Strong odor helps some animals defend themselves against predators. neutral
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In terms of our body function, serotonin can also affect the functioning of our cardiovascular system, muscles, and various elements in the endocrine system. One function of the cardiovascular system is to transport gases throughout the body. neutral
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Slow, deep watering allows plant roots to grow deep, prevents blow-over of your trees, and also minimizes salt buildup. Deep roots will best prevent a tree from being blown over by high winds during a storm. entails
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Growing plants and food without use of industrial-processed nutrients. Using nutrients and growing are common to all living things. neutral
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The Sun's gravity is what keeps the planets in orbit. Gravity is responsible for the orbits of the planets around the sun. entails
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Our digestive system requires that our food is chewed by teeth, go through the esophagus, stomach, intestine and many associate organs. Esophagus, stomach, intestines are the structures that make up the digestive system in the human body. entails
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A characteristic strong musky odor generally permeates their retreats. Strong odor helps some animals defend themselves against predators. neutral
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The bryophytes are a diverse assemblage of three phyla of nonvascular plants, with about 16,000 species, that includes the mosses, liverworts, and hornworts. Moss is best classified as a nonvascular plant. entails
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The poles of two magnets will repel or attract each other. Increasing the distance between the two magnets will cause a decrease in the force of attraction between two magnets. neutral
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Solids are in a state of matter that maintains a fixed volume and shape. A definite shape and a definite volume are properties of the solid, only state(s) of matter. entails
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This flexibility allows control of the microstructure and properties in the part. The flexibility of an object allows it to bend. neutral
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It can lie dormant in the soil for several years waiting for a susceptible host such as Fraser fir and the right environmental conditions, including warm soil temperatures (above 54 degrees F.) and soils saturated with water to infect plant roots. Seeds that remain inactive until the right conditions of light, water, and soil are present are called dormant entails
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For instance, gravity holds the planets together, keeps us on the surface of the Earth, and keeps the planets in orbit around the Sun . Gravity is responsible for the orbits of the planets around the sun. entails
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Figure 2.1 Property Sheets The new flexibility that the Star provided by allowing users to manipulate objects directly on the screen required its designers to invent ways for users to examine and modify the properties of those objects. The flexibility of an object allows it to bend. neutral
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Water lawns early in the morning and avoid watering on windy days to prevent evaporation. Watering plants and grass in the early morning is a way to conserve water because smaller amounts of water evaporate in the cool morning. entails
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Sun Star - The sun is classified as a star. neutral
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The force of magnetism decreases as the magnets are pulled apart. Increasing the distance between the two magnets will cause a decrease in the force of attraction between two magnets. entails
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To stir, as from a dormant or inactive condition; Seeds that remain inactive until the right conditions of light, water, and soil are present are called dormant neutral
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This force, known as gravity, keeps the planets in orbit around the sun and the moon around the earth. Gravity is responsible for the orbits of the planets around the sun. entails
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But it takes 165 Earth years for Neptune to make one orbit around the sun. It takes about one year for earth to orbit the sun. neutral
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Unlike the Sked stretcher, the Half-Sked allows the patient to bend at the hips, allowing greater flexibility to turn corners. The flexibility of an object allows it to bend. neutral
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The National Weather Service, which has a large operation in the neighboring Newport, North Carolina tells us that we can expect sunshine at least half of our daylight hours in the winter and almost two-thirds sunshine each day during late spring and summer. The number of daylight hours each day would be greatest during the summer near the north pole. neutral
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Gas transport, carried out by the cardiovascular system, is the process of distributing the oxygen throughout the body and collecting CO2 and returning it to the lungs. One function of the cardiovascular system is to transport gases throughout the body. entails
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The dynamo current system substantially alters the ionospheric response to gravity wave forcing both parallel and perpendicular to the Earth's magnetic field. Gravity and magnetism are both common forces. neutral
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The science of wind generation In a coal-fired power station, chemical energy stored in coal is converted first to heat energy by burning and then into kinetic energy (energy of motion) by heating water to produce steam. Heat is produced when paper is burned. neutral
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If such flow obstructions result in odor plume characteristics which interfere with mate finding or predation, then the presence of such obstructions may help to explain habitat preferences exhibited by many marine animals. Strong odor helps some animals defend themselves against predators. neutral
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Eventually all the plant's nutrients and energy have been transformed into another living form or released into the soil for use by other plants. It is important to protect soil because it has nutrients used by plants to grow. neutral
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Growth, taking in nutrients, breathing, and reproduction are the life processes of all living things. Using nutrients and growing are common to all living things. entails
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The stars lying on the celestial equator would pass directly overhead an observer located on the earth's equator. The equator on earth receives the most direct sunlight. neutral
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Try to water only in the evening or very early morning to minimize evaporation. Watering plants and grass in the early morning is a way to conserve water because smaller amounts of water evaporate in the cool morning. entails
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In a few cases, however, you may not know about an object's properties and methods in advance, or you may simply want the flexibility of allowing an end user to specify properties or execute methods at run time. The flexibility of an object allows it to bend. neutral
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Ladybugs have a foul odor which deters some predators from eating them and their bright colors also help as a deterrent. Strong odor helps some animals defend themselves against predators. entails
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In the case of insects, this includes the egg, larvae, pupae, and adults. The sequence egg -> larva -> pupa -> adult shows the life cycle of some insects. entails
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Take a loose magnet and place it on the magnet on a post so the two magnets are attracting. Increasing the distance between the two magnets will cause a decrease in the force of attraction between two magnets. neutral
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Field theory relates forces in electricity, magnetism and gravity. Gravity and magnetism are both common forces. neutral
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Good in sandy soil. This statement best describes sandy soils: sandy soils allow water to drain quickly. neutral
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I 4.3.1f A solid has definite shape and volume. A definite shape and a definite volume are properties of the solid, only state(s) of matter. entails
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Krill migrations show seasonal and annual changes related mainly to food availability expressed as the concentration of chlorophyll a. A change of season and less food usually cause certain animals to migrate. neutral
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Tooth brushing with salt water is not refreshing, but a salt water shower is the pits. It would help conserve water to turn off water while brushing teeth. neutral
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The muscles in their abdomen are very strong and help keep the animals curled up even when predators are trying to pry them open. Strong odor helps some animals defend themselves against predators. neutral
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Solid States of matter that have fixed shapes and volumes. A definite shape and a definite volume are properties of the solid, only state(s) of matter. entails
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Watering during the early morning and evening cool periods will avoid evaporation in the direct heat of the sun, not only saving water but also saving money on water bills. Watering plants and grass in the early morning is a way to conserve water because smaller amounts of water evaporate in the cool morning. entails
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develop and maintain good health habits, like regular, appropriate exercise, a good diet and the proper weight for your gender, height and age; Exercising regularly is a good health habit. entails
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If the odor of the predator is strong enough, then the wasps will attack. Strong odor helps some animals defend themselves against predators. neutral
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Gravity is the force that keeps planets in orbit around the sun and maintains the rest of the motion in the solar system. Gravity is responsible for the orbits of the planets around the sun. entails
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As it grows, the mycelium uses up all the nutrients in the soil, starving the grass. Using nutrients and growing are common to all living things. neutral
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Some insects are eaten as larvae or pupae, others as adults. The sequence egg -> larva -> pupa -> adult shows the life cycle of some insects. neutral
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While odorous socks are repellent to most humans, they are a strong attractant for some animals, including dogs and mosquitos. Strong odor helps some animals defend themselves against predators. neutral
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The cycle, like any other insect, is egg, larva, pupa and then adult. The sequence egg -> larva -> pupa -> adult shows the life cycle of some insects. entails
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These include the burning of fossil fuels for producing electrical energy, heating and transportation. Heat is produced when paper is burned. neutral
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Now the attraction between the two magnets together and causes them to move towards each other is a force. Increasing the distance between the two magnets will cause a decrease in the force of attraction between two magnets. neutral
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To understand our changing seasons, follow Earth's path around the sun for one complete orbit (i.e., one year). It takes about one year for earth to orbit the sun. entails
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Just as if a mighty wind blows a palm tree and a oak tree, the chances are that the palm tree will fall because it has no deep root system and the mighty oak tree will not fall because it has a mighty advanced root system. Deep roots will best prevent a tree from being blown over by high winds during a storm. entails
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The forces of gravity act upon both the flyer and the bases. Gravity and magnetism are both common forces. neutral
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Water early in the morning in an effort to minimize the spread of disease, and evaporation of water into the air. Watering plants and grass in the early morning is a way to conserve water because smaller amounts of water evaporate in the cool morning. entails
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First, it was discovered that the Sun was the center of gravity of the Solar system; The sun is the center of our solar system. entails
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One orbit around the star takes a little more than 3 days to complete, as compared to one year for the Earth around the Sun. It takes about one year for earth to orbit the sun. entails
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Many mordants, and some dyes themselves, produce strong odors, and large-scale dyeworks were often isolated in their own districts. Strong odor helps some animals defend themselves against predators. neutral
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The sun is a star star, The sun is classified as a star. entails
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Students will chart the weather conditions associated with a high pressure system and a low pressure system. Cloudy conditions will most likely result from a low-pressure weather system. neutral
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Heat Engine A heat engine is a machine that extracts heat from the environment and produces work, typically in the form of mechanical or electrical energy. Heat is produced when paper is burned. neutral
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The medium-long coat is non matting with a soft texture like rabbit fur. Soft describes the texture of a kitten’s fur. neutral
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However, NO produced in the body helps regulate cell function and communication, particularly in the cardiovascular system. One function of the cardiovascular system is to transport gases throughout the body. neutral
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moss A group of terrestrial, nonvascular plants; Moss is best classified as a nonvascular plant. entails
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Root Problems Trees with root problems may blow over in wind storms. Deep roots will best prevent a tree from being blown over by high winds during a storm. neutral
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Also, this condition is not like other weather systems which are built around strong areas of low pressure and follow defined tracks over and away from land. Cloudy conditions will most likely result from a low-pressure weather system. neutral
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As physiological or environmental conditions change, an animal's food and water requirements will change. A change of season and less food usually cause certain animals to migrate. neutral
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Gradual temperature changes with the seasons will usually not cause a problem. A change of season and less food usually cause certain animals to migrate. neutral
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They are not the cleanest of animals, and carry a strong odor. Strong odor helps some animals defend themselves against predators. neutral
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Forms of energy include heat heat, Heat is produced when paper is burned. neutral
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An Earth year is how long Earth takes to orbit the sun. It takes about one year for earth to orbit the sun. entails
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The habit to exercise regularly is a healthy one. Exercising regularly is a good health habit. entails
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This allows more flexibility when making objects in games. The flexibility of an object allows it to bend. neutral
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Magnetic spring suspension I use the repulsion between two magnets as a spring force to balance the force of gravity rather than the metal spring more commonly used in vertical seismographs. Gravity and magnetism are both common forces. neutral
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It takes Earth a year to orbit the sun. It takes about one year for earth to orbit the sun. entails
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And energy is what the plant needs to grow and reproduce. Growing and reproducing occur in both plants and humans. neutral
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Describe how simple machines operates. A complex machine is described by: it is made of more than one simple machine. neutral
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Two magnets or a magnet and a ferromagnetic work piece can cause force interaction. Increasing the distance between the two magnets will cause a decrease in the force of attraction between two magnets. neutral
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Yes, the magnetism force is independent of gravity or atmosphere. Gravity and magnetism are both common forces. neutral
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The digestive system consists of the mouth, which is used only as a passage way, if you will, the esophagus, the stomach, small intestine, large intestine and the rectum. The correct order of food traveling through the digestive system after it is swallowed is: esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine. entails
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Sunday's forecast calls for mostly cloudy but pleasant weather conditions. Cloudy conditions will most likely result from a low-pressure weather system. neutral
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The plant may also reproduce by growing a plantlet and runners. Growing and reproducing occur in both plants and humans. neutral
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Texture feels like soft wool, unlike fur of other kangaroos (Staker 2006) Soft describes the texture of a kitten’s fur. neutral
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Be able to combine simple machines to make complex machines. A complex machine is described by: it is made of more than one simple machine. neutral
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While our Earth makes a single yearly orbit around the Sun, it takes Mars a little over 2 Earth-years to make one orbit. It takes about one year for earth to orbit the sun. entails
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Some have strong odors and tastes. Strong odor helps some animals defend themselves against predators. neutral
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In the same way, water that evaporates from a plant cools the plant. Watering plants and grass in the early morning is a way to conserve water because smaller amounts of water evaporate in the cool morning. neutral
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One day before the Super Bowl, weather conditions for the game were forecast to be mostly cloudy with temperatures in the low to mid-40s Fahrenheit. Cloudy conditions will most likely result from a low-pressure weather system. neutral
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In almost every energy transformation, some thermal energy is produced in the form of heat. Heat is produced when paper is burned. neutral
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A moss, liverwort, or hornwort; a nonvascular plant that inhabits the land but lacks many of the terrestrial adaptations of vascular plants. Moss is best classified as a nonvascular plant. entails
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You can help conserve fresh water by taking short showers instead of baths and by turning the water off while brushing your teeth. It would help conserve water to turn off water while brushing teeth. entails
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Force between two magnetic poles. Increasing the distance between the two magnets will cause a decrease in the force of attraction between two magnets. neutral
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To maintain good health, regular exercise is required. Exercising regularly is a good health habit. entails
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Sunlight is the ultimate source of most of the energy we use. Sunlight is the main source of energy for all of the organisms in most food chains. entails
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The two substances that attract must be magnetic. Increasing the distance between the two magnets will cause a decrease in the force of attraction between two magnets. neutral
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For example, if you were to put an ice cube, a solid, outside on a hot day, it would turn to water, a liquid. Ice cubes are an example of the solid form of water. entails
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Solids have a definite shape and a definite volume. A definite shape and a definite volume are properties of the solid, only state(s) of matter. entails
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This is why the electrical cords that connect your TV and other appliances to the electrical receptacles in the wall are generally made of copper wire covered with rubber or plastic. Electrical wires are usually covered with plastic or rubber to insulate the electrical wire. neutral
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They have a medium-long, non-matting coat with a soft texture like rabbit fur. Soft describes the texture of a kitten’s fur. neutral
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Nonvascular plants , the mosses and liverworts, have the gametophyte phase dominant. Moss is best classified as a nonvascular plant. entails
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When operating sprinklers, water in the early morning or late evening to reduce evaporation. Watering plants and grass in the early morning is a way to conserve water because smaller amounts of water evaporate in the cool morning. entails
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These two fungi can grow on a variety of plants that enter both our human and animal food supplies. Growing and reproducing occur in both plants and humans. neutral
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To walk to the North Pole would take 46 days. The number of daylight hours each day would be greatest during the summer near the north pole. neutral
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Other examples of solid water are ice cubes, icicles, ice on a skating rink. Ice cubes are an example of the solid form of water. entails
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Stacey Wiebe is a staff writer at the Merced Sun-Star Top CLASSIFIEDS Contact the Sun-Star The sun is classified as a star. neutral
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On my own machine, I actually prefer to follow a different (and marginally more complex) method than the one I just described. A complex machine is described by: it is made of more than one simple machine. neutral
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HHV-6 remains dormant or inactive in most individuals. Seeds that remain inactive until the right conditions of light, water, and soil are present are called dormant neutral
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The second one will never come back because, when its speed decreases, the distance between the two magnets increases by as much, exactly compensating the loss of speed. Increasing the distance between the two magnets will cause a decrease in the force of attraction between two magnets. neutral
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The digestive or gastrointestinal (GI) tract includes the esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine or colon, rectum, and anus. The correct order of food traveling through the digestive system after it is swallowed is: esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine. entails
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Show two magnets being attracted to one another. Increasing the distance between the two magnets will cause a decrease in the force of attraction between two magnets. neutral
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Windless days in Caithness are few, but in summer the daylight hours are long. The number of daylight hours each day would be greatest during the summer near the north pole. neutral
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Both gravity and the spring force are conservative forces; Gravity and magnetism are both common forces. neutral
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Nonvascular plants include mosses, liverworts, and hornworts. Moss is best classified as a nonvascular plant. entails
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they have a characteristic, strong, aromatic odor; Strong odor helps some animals defend themselves against predators. neutral
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5.1 Describe the effects of common forces (pushes and pulls) on objects, such as those caused by gravity, magnetism, and mechanical forces. Gravity and magnetism are both common forces. entails
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Job openings are advertised in the classified section of the Turlock Daily Journal, The Modesto Bee, the Merced Sun-Star and other publications as necessary. The sun is classified as a star. neutral
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There was a change in the actors playing certain characters in season two. A change of season and less food usually cause certain animals to migrate. neutral
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The four stages in this insect life cycle are the egg, larva, pupa and adult. The sequence egg -> larva -> pupa -> adult shows the life cycle of some insects. entails
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For snow to push into the southern region of Louisiana, extreme weather conditions for the area must be present, usually a low-pressure system coupled with unusually low temperatures. Cloudy conditions will most likely result from a low-pressure weather system. neutral
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A turing machine is a simple theoritical machine that should be able to solve any problem that a more complex machine can, and hence, is used in proofs on complexity theory. A complex machine is described by: it is made of more than one simple machine. neutral
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A Jupiter year, the time to complete one orbit about the sun, is 11.9 Earth years. It takes about one year for earth to orbit the sun. neutral
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CHARACTERISTICS bodyOffer(23438) Moles have small, rounded bodies, pointy snouts and soft, fluffy brown or grey fur. Soft describes the texture of a kitten’s fur. neutral
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This could be described as capital goods that produce capital goods -- or perhaps as machines that produce better machines for making machines that produce consumer goods. A complex machine is described by: it is made of more than one simple machine. neutral
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New production systems or environmental changes increase access to certain foods. A change of season and less food usually cause certain animals to migrate. neutral
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You should water early in the morning or early evening to avoid evaporation. Watering plants and grass in the early morning is a way to conserve water because smaller amounts of water evaporate in the cool morning. entails
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Calgary Sun Toronto Star The New York Times Free access to most of each day's issue, including the classifieds. The sun is classified as a star. neutral
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Wind Energy Wind energy is a form of solar energy produced by uneven heating of the Earth's surface. Heat is produced when paper is burned. neutral
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Complex machines are merely combinations of two or more simple machines. A complex machine is described by: it is made of more than one simple machine. entails
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The day with the most hours of sunlight in the northern hemisphere (fewest hours of sunlight in the southern hemisphere) occurs when the North Pole is pointing most nearly toward the Sun, on or about June 22 of each year. The number of daylight hours each day would be greatest during the summer near the north pole. entails
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Force is a key concept, of which gravity, electricity and magnetism, and the nuclear force are examples. Gravity and magnetism are both common forces. neutral
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Earth moves faster because it is closer to the sun, taking only one year to orbit our daystar. It takes about one year for earth to orbit the sun. entails
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At the right time in the growing cycle, we use a proprietary process to alter the growing environment and increase the levels of a specific nutrient. Using nutrients and growing are common to all living things. neutral
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Adults are strong fighters and can defend themselves against predators such as owls, coyotes, foxes, dogs, and bobcats. Strong odor helps some animals defend themselves against predators. neutral
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Weather was cloudy and mostly mild. Cloudy conditions will most likely result from a low-pressure weather system. neutral
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Glossary Additional Reading Digestion of food begins in the mouth and moves through the esophagus, stomach, and the small and large intestine. The correct order of food traveling through the digestive system after it is swallowed is: esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine. entails
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Solids Solids are the only phase in which matter has a definite shape and a definite volume. A definite shape and a definite volume are properties of the solid, only state(s) of matter. entails
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the strong will not be able to defend themselves; Strong odor helps some animals defend themselves against predators. neutral
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When the North Pole is tilted furthest from the sun and the sun's daily maximum height is at its lowest point, the number of daylight hours is reduced to a minimum. The number of daylight hours each day would be greatest during the summer near the north pole. neutral
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Unlike ferns and most other plants, mosses are a type of nonvascular plant. Moss is best classified as a nonvascular plant. entails
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Recognize that animals (including humans) and plants are living things that grow, reproduce, and need food and water. Growing and reproducing occur in both plants and humans. entails
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Incandescent light makes the prism colors close together. A prism helps people understand what makes up white light. neutral
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Discovery of the Sun as the center of the solar system is attributed to Copernicus. The sun is the center of our solar system. entails
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The type of matter that has a definite shape and definite volume is a solid. A definite shape and a definite volume are properties of the solid, only state(s) of matter. entails
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Ask the students what they think will happen to the force of attraction between two magnets as they increase the distance between them with 1) steel washers or 2) more magnets. Increasing the distance between the two magnets will cause a decrease in the force of attraction between two magnets. neutral
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It is a colourless liquid with a strong odor characteristic of alkyl sulfides. Strong odor helps some animals defend themselves against predators. neutral
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In Europe, there is more daylight in the summer, and less night, so each of the 12 daylight hours is longer than a night hour. The number of daylight hours each day would be greatest during the summer near the north pole. neutral
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Also, they use heat, in the form of burning propane, to produce the cold inside the refrigerator. Heat is produced when paper is burned. neutral
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The equator is relatively hot because sunlight strikes Earth directly at that latitude; The equator on earth receives the most direct sunlight. entails
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Soil Well-drained sandy loam soils are preferred. This statement best describes sandy soils: sandy soils allow water to drain quickly. neutral
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As the distance from the magnet increases, the magnetic force decreases. Increasing the distance between the two magnets will cause a decrease in the force of attraction between two magnets. entails
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These weeds have a characteristic strong odor . Strong odor helps some animals defend themselves against predators. neutral
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The Sun and Solar System are revolving around the center of the Galaxy. The sun is the center of our solar system. neutral
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We both smelled a strong wild animal odor. Strong odor helps some animals defend themselves against predators. neutral
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SOLID State of matter with a definite volume and definite shape. A definite shape and a definite volume are properties of the solid, only state(s) of matter. entails
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strong characteristic odor; Strong odor helps some animals defend themselves against predators. neutral
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Lastly, I decided to create more complex behaviors and created a simple Marble Machine which comes alive by clicking on one of the two marbles. A complex machine is described by: it is made of more than one simple machine. neutral
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An Introduction The western calendar is based on the sun, in which a year is the time required for the earth to complete one orbit around the sun. It takes about one year for earth to orbit the sun. entails
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Which letter best marks the position of the Sun on the day with the greatest number of daylight hours for an observer in Eugene, OR (latitude 45 o North) a. The number of daylight hours each day would be greatest during the summer near the north pole. neutral
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recognizes that forces of gravity, magnetism, and electricity operate simple machines. Gravity and magnetism are both common forces. neutral
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The Earth moves and the Sun is the center of our solar system. The sun is the center of our solar system. entails
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Indeed, the force of gravity keeps the Moon in orbit around the Earth and the planets in orbit around the Sun. Gravity is responsible for the orbits of the planets around the sun. entails
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Nevertheless, one would think that most simple systems that implement the first machine certainly do not implement the second, with its vastly more complex internal structure. A complex machine is described by: it is made of more than one simple machine. neutral
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DHEA and cortisone are directly involved in the body's resistance to stress, as well as in cardiovascular function, thyroid function and immune system response. One function of the cardiovascular system is to transport gases throughout the body. neutral
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Potassium is a key nutrient for the healthy functioning of many of the body's systems including the cardiovascular and parasympathetic nervous systems. One function of the cardiovascular system is to transport gases throughout the body. neutral
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The amount of time depends mainly on the variety, the climate, and the number of daylight hours during the summer days. The number of daylight hours each day would be greatest during the summer near the north pole. neutral
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Rough-in -- Framing, plumbing, electrical wiring, insulation. Electrical wires are usually covered with plastic or rubber to insulate the electrical wire. neutral
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This is kind of like an electric wire with rubber or plastic insulation around it. Electrical wires are usually covered with plastic or rubber to insulate the electrical wire. neutral
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We know that good eating habits and getting regular exercise are vital for long term good health. Exercising regularly is a good health habit. entails
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Ice to water allow an ice cube to change its form from a solid to a 2. Ice cubes are an example of the solid form of water. entails
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Topics include basic cell functions, the control systems, and the coordinated body functions performed by the cardiovascular, respiratory, excretory, digestive and reproductive systems. One function of the cardiovascular system is to transport gases throughout the body. neutral
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The sun's motion relative to the solar system's center of mass is taken into account. The sun is the center of our solar system. neutral
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To compensate for flightlessness and to defend themselves against potential predators, ratites have strong, powerful legs. Strong odor helps some animals defend themselves against predators. neutral
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Good examples of a nonvascular plants are the Liverworts and mosses. Moss is best classified as a nonvascular plant. entails
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The Pipal tree whose roots go deep in the ground, defies the blasts of the wind. Deep roots will best prevent a tree from being blown over by high winds during a storm. entails
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Organs that make up the digestive system are the mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, rectum, and anus. Esophagus, stomach, intestines are the structures that make up the digestive system in the human body. entails
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Brushing Sensitive Teeth To prevent tooth pain while brushing, wet toothbrush under running hot water and then brush teeth gently with your normal brand of toothpaste. It would help conserve water to turn off water while brushing teeth. neutral
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For instance, a location 45 degrees north of the equator receives about 41 hours more sunlight than a location 45 degrees south of the equator. The equator on earth receives the most direct sunlight. neutral
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In one year the Earth would have made one complete orbit about the Sun. It takes about one year for earth to orbit the sun. entails
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The mosses, liverworts, and hornworts; a group of nonvascular plants that inhabit the land but lack many of the terrestrial adaptations of vascular plants. Moss is best classified as a nonvascular plant. entails
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It takes 248 Earth years to orbit the Sun; It takes about one year for earth to orbit the sun. neutral
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Its flexibility allows us to bend and twist our torsos and absorb the impact of daily living. The flexibility of an object allows it to bend. entails
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Rather than trying to make a complex machine easy, the better way to proceed would be to make a simple machine in the first place. A complex machine is described by: it is made of more than one simple machine. neutral
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Mechanisms underlying normal body functions from cells to systems such as neuromuscular, cardiovascular, digestive, renal, respiratory and reproductive. One function of the cardiovascular system is to transport gases throughout the body. neutral
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The push or pull between two magnets is called the magnetic force. Increasing the distance between the two magnets will cause a decrease in the force of attraction between two magnets. neutral
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The odor is very strong in an animal that has not been neutered. Strong odor helps some animals defend themselves against predators. neutral
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Normally the most distant planet, Pluto has an unusual orbit that takes 248 Earth-years to complete one trip around the sun. It takes about one year for earth to orbit the sun. neutral
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More than three forces, Gravity, Electric and Magnetic. Gravity and magnetism are both common forces. neutral
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A solid is in a state of matter that maintains a fixed volume and shape. A definite shape and a definite volume are properties of the solid, only state(s) of matter. entails
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Thus, spiritualism, the belief in a special kind of force, and physicalism, the belief in magnetism and gravity, both received simultaneous support. Gravity and magnetism are both common forces. neutral
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Cracked, worn electrical wiring insulation. Electrical wires are usually covered with plastic or rubber to insulate the electrical wire. neutral
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Low pressure or falling pressure generally means cloudy, unsettled or wet weather while high pressure or rising pressure means calm and clear weather. Cloudy conditions will most likely result from a low-pressure weather system. entails
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They have a very strong odor which is characteristic of their dens. Strong odor helps some animals defend themselves against predators. neutral
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If it is in a low pressure area it will be cloudy and rainy. Cloudy conditions will most likely result from a low-pressure weather system. entails
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Water your lawn in the early morning or late afternoon to avoid evaporation. Watering plants and grass in the early morning is a way to conserve water because smaller amounts of water evaporate in the cool morning. entails
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Plants depend on sunlight for energy, which is ultimately converted into essential nutrients for all the consumers in food chains and webs. Sunlight is the main source of energy for all of the organisms in most food chains. entails
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Gravity is the force that keeps planets in orbit around the sun and governs the rest of the motion in the solar system. Gravity is responsible for the orbits of the planets around the sun. entails
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He is not an impersonal force like magnetism or gravity, he is a real person. Gravity and magnetism are both common forces. neutral
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The highest nitrate concentrations in ground water occurred in sandy, well-drained soils. This statement best describes sandy soils: sandy soils allow water to drain quickly. neutral
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Our Sun takes about 250 million years to complete one orbit. It takes about one year for earth to orbit the sun. neutral
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The sun is in the center of the solar system; the earth and other planets move around the sun. The sun is the center of our solar system. entails
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Sandy soils don't have the fine textured particles so they drain quickly. This statement best describes sandy soils: sandy soils allow water to drain quickly. entails
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This orbit takes 10 to 12 earth years to complete. It takes about one year for earth to orbit the sun. neutral
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Inessa has always been very good at detailing and makes the fur on the coat textured to look soft and cuddly. Soft describes the texture of a kitten’s fur. neutral
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Slow locomotion and strong body odor (both characteristic for hominids and humans) are other features often employed by aposematic species to advertise their non-profitability for potential predators. Strong odor helps some animals defend themselves against predators. entails
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As the season changed from summer to fall, and the hours of natural daylight grew shorter each day, chores were done by lantern light. The number of daylight hours each day would be greatest during the summer near the north pole. neutral
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That date will offer every location on earth, except the north and south poles approximately 12 hours of daylight and 12 hours without it. The number of daylight hours each day would be greatest during the summer near the north pole. neutral
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Plants that lack vascular tissue (nonvascular plants) include algae, mosses, liverworts, and hornworts. Moss is best classified as a nonvascular plant. entails
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Nonvascular plants include fungi, algae, lichens, mosses, and liverworts. Moss is best classified as a nonvascular plant. entails
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Food preferences change with the season. A change of season and less food usually cause certain animals to migrate. neutral
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Plants do not grow high due to the strong winds and the permafrost preventing deep roots. Deep roots will best prevent a tree from being blown over by high winds during a storm. neutral
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The magnetic force can cause two parallel wires to attract if they are both carrying an electric current (that is, a flow of electrons). Increasing the distance between the two magnets will cause a decrease in the force of attraction between two magnets. neutral
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We're making these simple machines solve more complex problems. A complex machine is described by: it is made of more than one simple machine. neutral
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Copernicus placed the Sun at the center of the solar system. The sun is the center of our solar system. entails
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for example, the attraction or repulsion of two magnetically charged objects. Increasing the distance between the two magnets will cause a decrease in the force of attraction between two magnets. neutral
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There are two causes for the changes of seasons. A change of season and less food usually cause certain animals to migrate. neutral
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Do not dip brush in water while brushing. It would help conserve water to turn off water while brushing teeth. neutral
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Some have a characteristic odor, such as garlic. Strong odor helps some animals defend themselves against predators. neutral
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All forms of fossil fuel energy produce heat and combustion products. Heat is produced when paper is burned. neutral
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Bacteria are also critical to many industrial processes, from fermenting wine to recycling wastes, and scientists use bacteria to study many of the biological processes common to all living things. Using nutrients and growing are common to all living things. neutral
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If a child inherits brown-eye genes from both parents, the child will have brown eyes. Children can inherit brown eyes from their parents. entails
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It takes almost one Earth year for Nereid to orbit Neptune in this extreme orbit. It takes about one year for earth to orbit the sun. neutral
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The two components of this force, the outward magnetic pressure force associated with the radially decreasing magnetic field strength and the inward force due to the curvature of the magnetic field, exactly balance everywhere. Increasing the distance between the two magnets will cause a decrease in the force of attraction between two magnets. neutral
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they study shelter and house building, and experience the dependence of humans on plants and animals. Many animals depend on plants for shelter. neutral
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Illustrate the effects of force (including magnetism, gravity, and friction) on motion. Gravity and magnetism are both common forces. neutral
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This fanciful machine shows how complex curves are made up of simple ones. A complex machine is described by: it is made of more than one simple machine. neutral
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Many of these shelters depend solely on the generosity of their community to feed and care for these wonderful animals. Many animals depend on plants for shelter. neutral
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As in the process of human reproduction, gender is defined, produced and reproduced by both men and women. Growing and reproducing occur in both plants and humans. neutral
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They collide with each other and also with both neutral and ionized atoms of gas, so that dust particles are subjected to hydrodynamic and magnetic forces in addition to gravity. Gravity and magnetism are both common forces. neutral
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some odors are from the animals' feed; Strong odor helps some animals defend themselves against predators. neutral
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The soil was a well-drained sandy loam. This statement best describes sandy soils: sandy soils allow water to drain quickly. neutral
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Water in the morning to minimize evaporation. Watering plants and grass in the early morning is a way to conserve water because smaller amounts of water evaporate in the cool morning. entails
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Allow for flexibility when writing performance objectives. The flexibility of an object allows it to bend. neutral
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Fields of magnetism, of gravity, and of other forces create complex interplay. Gravity and magnetism are both common forces. neutral
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This allows considerable flexibility as regards the location of participating objects. The flexibility of an object allows it to bend. neutral
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The keys to a healthy life are regular exercise and good nutritional habits. Exercising regularly is a good health habit. entails
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The digestive tract includes the mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, rectum, and anus. The correct order of food traveling through the digestive system after it is swallowed is: esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine. entails
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For example, if the rubber covering of a wire is split or broken, it would not protect a person from the electricity in the wire. Electrical wires are usually covered with plastic or rubber to insulate the electrical wire. neutral
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Solid is a phase of matter characterized by a definite volume and definite shape. A definite shape and a definite volume are properties of the solid, only state(s) of matter. entails
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the increasing vulnerability of Canadians to global changes caused by the inter-connection of population growth, environmental degradation, disease and uncontrolled migration; A change of season and less food usually cause certain animals to migrate. neutral
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He trained eight hours a day pulling two tires to simulate the sled he would take to the North Pole. The number of daylight hours each day would be greatest during the summer near the north pole. neutral
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Start the watering cycle in the early morning in order to minimize evaporation. Watering plants and grass in the early morning is a way to conserve water because smaller amounts of water evaporate in the cool morning. entails
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The gas is burned to produce energy to heat homes, business, and industrial plants. Heat is produced when paper is burned. neutral
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In more primitive societies, such as hunters and gatherers, this dependency is obvious as these peoples utilized plants and animals for shelter, clothing, and food. Many animals depend on plants for shelter. neutral
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Selection is not a force in the sense that gravity or magnetism is. Gravity and magnetism are both common forces. neutral
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Gravity from the Sun keeps all of the planets in their orbits. Gravity is responsible for the orbits of the planets around the sun. entails
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At this latitude winter days are short and summer days have 20 hours of daylight. The number of daylight hours each day would be greatest during the summer near the north pole. neutral
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They inconsistently identify forces in nature (e.g., gravity, magnetism, friction). Gravity and magnetism are both common forces. neutral
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Good health habits -- avoiding tobacco, eating a nutritious and well-balanced diet, exercising regularly, and obtaining routine medical care -- remain of utmost importance to help you avoid chronic, debilitating illnesses as you age. Exercising regularly is a good health habit. entails
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However, all machines, no matter how complex, are made up of one or more of the six simple machines. A complex machine is described by: it is made of more than one simple machine. entails
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This process of photosynthesis provides virtually all the energy used by living things. Using nutrients and growing are common to all living things. neutral
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complete digestive system with mouth, esophagus, stomach, intestines and anus. Esophagus, stomach, intestines are the structures that make up the digestive system in the human body. entails
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Kittens are soft and fun to play with. Soft describes the texture of a kitten’s fur. entails
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To understand rainbows you have to start by understanding what is happening inside a prism to let it separate white light into its colors. A prism helps people understand what makes up white light. entails
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Mosses are nonvascular plants. Moss is best classified as a nonvascular plant. entails
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The adult iguanas are not at risk from very many predators because they can defend themselves with their sharp teeth and strong tails. Strong odor helps some animals defend themselves against predators. neutral
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Hydroponics is the art of growing plants, usually without soil, using water-soluble fertilizers as the main or sole source of nutrients. It is important to protect soil because it has nutrients used by plants to grow. neutral
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During this process, the sun is shining directly over the earth's equator, bathing the earth's northern and southern hemispheres in nearly an equal amount of sunlight. The equator on earth receives the most direct sunlight. neutral
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An Old Tree With Deep Roots. Deep roots will best prevent a tree from being blown over by high winds during a storm. neutral
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Biennials are plants that complete these life cycle in two years or two growing seasons. Growing and reproducing occur in both plants and humans. neutral
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Nonvascular plants, such as mosses, lack an internal conducting system for water and nutrients, so they depend on their immediate surroundings for moisture. Moss is best classified as a nonvascular plant. entails
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With underpaintings in watercolor or acrylic, soft pastels express the sensuous textures of flesh and fur. Soft describes the texture of a kitten’s fur. neutral
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But an atypical high pressure weather system gives us sunny and mild condition, with low humidity a sublime day for a ride. Cloudy conditions will most likely result from a low-pressure weather system. neutral
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The fur is usually short and soft, often with a velvetlike texture. Soft describes the texture of a kitten’s fur. neutral
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The summer solstice is June 21, the longest day of the year, with 21 hours of daylight. The number of daylight hours each day would be greatest during the summer near the north pole. neutral
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Rubber is a good insulator, and that's why rubber is used to cover wires in an electric cord. Electrical wires are usually covered with plastic or rubber to insulate the electrical wire. entails
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For example, dogs bark, ducks quack, plants grow and reproduce, birds fly, and human persons reason and laugh, etc. Growing and reproducing occur in both plants and humans. neutral
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For ecosystems, the major source of energy is sunlight, which passes from organism to organism in food webs. Sunlight is the main source of energy for all of the organisms in most food chains. entails
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This not only includes both mental and physical fields, but also unseen forces such as magnetism and gravity. Gravity and magnetism are both common forces. neutral
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Water early in the morning or late in the afternoon so the plant can absorb the water without evaporation. Watering plants and grass in the early morning is a way to conserve water because smaller amounts of water evaporate in the cool morning. entails
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Plant completes is life cycle in TWO growing seasons. Growing and reproducing occur in both plants and humans. neutral
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The position of the magnet with respect to the door (for the force produced by the magnet) or the ground (for the force of gravity) must change for energy to be lost or gained. Gravity and magnetism are both common forces. neutral
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The two plants will then grow together. Growing and reproducing occur in both plants and humans. neutral
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Some roots can grow as deep as the tree is high. Deep roots will best prevent a tree from being blown over by high winds during a storm. neutral
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Solids have definite shapes and volumes. A definite shape and a definite volume are properties of the solid, only state(s) of matter. entails
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One hour each day shalt you lie with thine head pointed to the place of the positive pole (north). The number of daylight hours each day would be greatest during the summer near the north pole. neutral
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Discard ice cubes and solid fat. Ice cubes are an example of the solid form of water. neutral
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Usually, when forecasters say a low-pressure area is moving toward your region, cloudy weather and precipitation often result as the low-pressure area approaches. Cloudy conditions will most likely result from a low-pressure weather system. entails
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We will discuss the various features of nonvascular plants, using mosses as an example. Moss is best classified as a nonvascular plant. entails
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Emphasis is on strength development, cardiovascular function, metabolism, exercise prescription and the interaction of body systems. One function of the cardiovascular system is to transport gases throughout the body. neutral
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The sun is a star. The sun is classified as a star. entails
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We live in an age when the capabilities of the most common processing applications grow rapidly, and the predominant systems today may not be in use at all in two years. Using nutrients and growing are common to all living things. neutral
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It shows that two brown-eyed parents can have a blue eyed child; Children can inherit brown eyes from their parents. neutral
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Friction is actually caused by the elemental force of electro-magnetism between two objects. Increasing the distance between the two magnets will cause a decrease in the force of attraction between two magnets. neutral
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The Sun , a dwarf star of type G2, is classified as G2 V. The sun is classified as a star. entails
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Stars are classified by their surface temperature. The sun is classified as a star. neutral
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This fat (brown fat) produces heat.  It does this by not storing released energy in the form of ATP but instead releasing the energy as heat Heat is produced when paper is burned. neutral
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Nonvascular plants Division Bryophyta Mosses, liverworts, hornworts make up this division of plants. Moss is best classified as a nonvascular plant. entails
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Identify and research forces in nature such as gravity, electrical, magnetic forces; Gravity and magnetism are both common forces. neutral
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Energy recovery means that the chemicals are burned and energy from the heat produced is used for some other purpose. Heat is produced when paper is burned. neutral
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There is, however, a difference between the force of gravity and magnetism. Gravity and magnetism are both common forces. neutral
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Sandy soils have large pores and low surface areas, allowing water to drain rapidly. This statement best describes sandy soils: sandy soils allow water to drain quickly. entails
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When liquid water is put into ice cube trays and placed in the freezer, the water gives off energy as the water becomes solid ice. Ice cubes are an example of the solid form of water. entails
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Electrical Wiring Insulation . Electrical wires are usually covered with plastic or rubber to insulate the electrical wire. neutral
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A prism can be used to show that white light is really a bunch of mixed colors. A prism helps people understand what makes up white light. entails
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This extra diagnostic faculty makes the self-reproducing machine even more complex. A complex machine is described by: it is made of more than one simple machine. neutral
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This flexibility helps property owners realize their investment objectives. The flexibility of an object allows it to bend. neutral
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Finally, just to put all of this in context and make the whole subject area of bio-materials science even more exciting, it is worth remembering that hips are but one simple joint in the incredibly complex machine that is the human body. A complex machine is described by: it is made of more than one simple machine. neutral
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The rubber or plastic cover is usually in different colors, but inside, the wire itself is golden. Electrical wires are usually covered with plastic or rubber to insulate the electrical wire. neutral
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Two magnets. Increasing the distance between the two magnets will cause a decrease in the force of attraction between two magnets. neutral
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Because of earth's tilt, the portions of the earth north and south of the equator are constantly changing in the amount of direct solar energy received. The equator on earth receives the most direct sunlight. neutral
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the two plants grow so entwined that both will die if they are separated. Growing and reproducing occur in both plants and humans. neutral
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Most plant diseases require moisture to grow and reproduce. Growing and reproducing occur in both plants and humans. neutral
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Both the Coulomb and gravity forces are inverse square laws. Gravity and magnetism are both common forces. neutral
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Pollution levels are often reduced by atmospheric mixing, which depends on such weather conditions as temperature and the movement of high and low pressure systems. Cloudy conditions will most likely result from a low-pressure weather system. neutral
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Solids have a definite volume and shape. A definite shape and a definite volume are properties of the solid, only state(s) of matter. entails
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This intense low pressure system had the perfect conditions for severe weather. Cloudy conditions will most likely result from a low-pressure weather system. neutral
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From tiny nonvascular mosses to large flowering and fruiting trees, there are modern plants that represent each of the major evolutionary changes that occurred in this important eukaryotic kingdom. Moss is best classified as a nonvascular plant. entails
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The planets, asteroids, and comets travel around the Sun, the center of our Solar System. The sun is the center of our solar system. entails
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electric wire and cable coverings; Electrical wires are usually covered with plastic or rubber to insulate the electrical wire. neutral
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Adult gaurs are strong enough to defend themselves against a predator as powerful as a tiger. Strong odor helps some animals defend themselves against predators. neutral
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Solid A solid has a definite shape and volume, it is rigid. A definite shape and a definite volume are properties of the solid, only state(s) of matter. entails
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N is for nutrients that keep things growing. Using nutrients and growing are common to all living things. neutral
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Sunlight provides the energy that drives nearly all ecosystems although only photosynthetic organisms use it directly as an energy source. Sunlight is the main source of energy for all of the organisms in most food chains. entails
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Biennial A plant that needs two growing seasons to complete its life cycle. Growing and reproducing occur in both plants and humans. neutral
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The warm surface conditions result in locally low pressure. Cloudy conditions will most likely result from a low-pressure weather system. neutral
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Pluto takes 248 Earth years to orbit the Sun. It takes about one year for earth to orbit the sun. neutral
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The common form for gravity and the electric force comes from the fact that they both involve the exchange of a massless particle (the photon for the electric force and the graviton for gravity) which gives them infinite range and the common inverse square law form. Gravity and magnetism are both common forces. neutral
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As an orthomolecule it seems compatible with all the nutrients and with many drugs in common use. Using nutrients and growing are common to all living things. neutral
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The sun is at the center of the solar system. The sun is the center of our solar system. entails
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Astronomers classify Deneb as a blue supergiant, a class of star that is hundreds of times larger than the sun. The sun is classified as a star. neutral
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Paper also produces heat when burned, but not as much as plastics. Heat is produced when paper is burned. entails
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Perhaps, in the future, we will describe a machine's behavior, not in terms of the simple sequences of events described in today's rules, but in terms of the more complex patterns of events contained in the tests. A complex machine is described by: it is made of more than one simple machine. neutral
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I ICE The solid form of water . Ice cubes are an example of the solid form of water. entails
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A solid has definite shape and volume. A definite shape and a definite volume are properties of the solid, only state(s) of matter. entails
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Complex machines combine two or more simple machines.) A complex machine is described by: it is made of more than one simple machine. entails
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During this, the south of the equator summer, it's daylight 24 hours a day. The number of daylight hours each day would be greatest during the summer near the north pole. neutral
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Summers would be extremely hot, with substantially more hours of daylight than night each day. The number of daylight hours each day would be greatest during the summer near the north pole. neutral
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environmental changes can lead to increased access to certain foods; A change of season and less food usually cause certain animals to migrate. neutral
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Coal is mined and burned to produce heat energy. Heat is produced when paper is burned. neutral
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Defendant, noticing that the strong odor was affecting Miller, took her for a ride so she could "get some air. Strong odor helps some animals defend themselves against predators. neutral
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Describe the characteristics of sandy soils. This statement best describes sandy soils: sandy soils allow water to drain quickly. neutral
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If the separation distance between two objects is doubled (increased by a factor of 2), then the force of gravitational attraction is decreased by a factor of 4 (2 raised to the second power). Increasing the distance between the two magnets will cause a decrease in the force of attraction between two magnets. neutral
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They are two magnets, attracted to each other by irresistible force.... Increasing the distance between the two magnets will cause a decrease in the force of attraction between two magnets. neutral
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The Sun, Our Star The sun is a star. The sun is classified as a star. entails
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Tips should be cleaned with water and a soft brush (e.g., a tooth brush). It would help conserve water to turn off water while brushing teeth. neutral
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This simple illustration of magnetic levitation shows that the force of gravity can be counterbalanced by magnetic force. Gravity and magnetism are both common forces. neutral
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Adult iguanas are not at risk from many predators, as they can defend themselves with sharp teeth and strong tails. Strong odor helps some animals defend themselves against predators. neutral
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The roots of the Tree are Grown , are Deep . Deep roots will best prevent a tree from being blown over by high winds during a storm. neutral
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Mature trees are less tolerant of root pruning than young trees, trees on sites exposed to high winds are less tolerant than sheltered trees, and trees with defects or poor general health are not good candidates for root pruning. Deep roots will best prevent a tree from being blown over by high winds during a storm. neutral
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Ice is the solid form of water. Ice cubes are an example of the solid form of water. entails
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People depended on nature for shelter and food and lived in balance with animals and plants, which provided them with food and clothing. Many animals depend on plants for shelter. neutral
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Subject matter wherein the thermal energy is in the form of radiant heat or the thermal energy is produced by radio frequency heating. Heat is produced when paper is burned. neutral
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If the individual inherited one gene for brown eyes from either parent, the eye color would be brown. Children can inherit brown eyes from their parents. entails
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Parametric objects allow unlimited flexibility and precision. The flexibility of an object allows it to bend. neutral
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Digestion of food begins in the mouth and moves through the esophagus, stomach, and the small and large intestine. The correct order of food traveling through the digestive system after it is swallowed is: esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine. entails
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A series of organs comprise the human digestive tract, including the mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestines, liver and large intestine. The correct order of food traveling through the digestive system after it is swallowed is: esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine. entails
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Thermoplastic-insulated Wire Electrical wire with a thermoplastic covering. Electrical wires are usually covered with plastic or rubber to insulate the electrical wire. neutral
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Both take approximately one year to orbit the Sun. It takes about one year for earth to orbit the sun. neutral
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Remember, regular exercise and physical activity is important for children because it assists them in establishing good habits that will help them grow up into healthy, active adults. Exercising regularly is a good health habit. entails
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No change in leukocyte migration in control animals. A change of season and less food usually cause certain animals to migrate. neutral
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passing over the north and south poles, the satellite would see different strips of the Earth at the same local time each day. The number of daylight hours each day would be greatest during the summer near the north pole. neutral
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The following describes a simple method for installing SLIDA on a single-user machine. A complex machine is described by: it is made of more than one simple machine. neutral
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The areas of studey are body fluids, homeostasis, membrane transport, membrane potentials, and the functions of the musculoskeletal, cardiovascular, respiratory, renal, endocrine, gastrointestinal, and reproductive systems. One function of the cardiovascular system is to transport gases throughout the body. neutral
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Some machines, such as bicycles, are complex because they involve more than one simple machine. A complex machine is described by: it is made of more than one simple machine. entails
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Melting ice cubes in sunlight (solid to liquid). Ice cubes are an example of the solid form of water. entails
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Some animals have strong body odors naturally. Strong odor helps some animals defend themselves against predators. neutral
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The large intestine, along with the esophagus, stomach, and the small intestine, are part of the body's digestive system. Esophagus, stomach, intestines are the structures that make up the digestive system in the human body. entails
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Brushing or spraying water would be a snap. It would help conserve water to turn off water while brushing teeth. neutral
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Simple Machines Sort Mail Describes the use of simple machines in sorting mail. A complex machine is described by: it is made of more than one simple machine. neutral
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we thus speak of the force of electricity, of magnetism, of gravity. Gravity and magnetism are both common forces. neutral
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It actually takes the Earth 365.2422 days to complete its orbit around the sun. It takes about one year for earth to orbit the sun. entails
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When the nucleus of an atom splits, nuclear energy is produced in the form of heat energy and light energy. Heat is produced when paper is burned. neutral
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Regular aerobic exercise is essential to good health. Exercising regularly is a good health habit. entails
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The force of gravity is the same for both bullets; Gravity and magnetism are both common forces. neutral
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Mosses belong to the Division Bryophyta characterized by nonvascular plants with embryos that develop within multicellular female sex organs called archegonia. Moss is best classified as a nonvascular plant. entails
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another makes insulators for electrical wire and cable. Electrical wires are usually covered with plastic or rubber to insulate the electrical wire. neutral
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This star must be the last star to be classified as a circumpolar star. The sun is classified as a star. neutral
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WHITE PRISMS ; A prism helps people understand what makes up white light. neutral
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Sunlight is the main energy source for life on Earth. Sunlight is the main source of energy for all of the organisms in most food chains. entails
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That large planet takes 29.5 Earth years to complete one orbit. It takes about one year for earth to orbit the sun. neutral
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It usually remains dormant (inactive) somewhere in the nerves, and it may reactivate later in life to cause the skin infection called shingles. Seeds that remain inactive until the right conditions of light, water, and soil are present are called dormant neutral
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Simple and complex machines will be identifiable. A complex machine is described by: it is made of more than one simple machine. neutral
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The Sun, which is at the center of the solar system, is 100 times bigger than the Earth. The sun is the center of our solar system. entails
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These are well-drained, loamy and sandy soils. This statement best describes sandy soils: sandy soils allow water to drain quickly. neutral
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In the heliocentric system , the Sun is considered to be the center of the solar system. The sun is the center of our solar system. entails
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A solid is a phase of matter that has a definite shape and volume. A definite shape and a definite volume are properties of the solid, only state(s) of matter. entails
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In 1947, Blackett introduced a theory to account for the Earth's magnetic field as a function of its rotation, with the hope that it would unify both the electromagnetic force and the force of gravity. Gravity and magnetism are both common forces. neutral
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Metabolism is commonly used to refer to the breakdown of food and its transformation of all nutrients into energy, but it incorporates all chemical and physiology changes that take place within the body to enable it to grow and function. Using nutrients and growing are common to all living things. neutral
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Electrical wire and insulating tape. Electrical wires are usually covered with plastic or rubber to insulate the electrical wire. neutral
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Aromatic compounds have strong, characteristic odors. Strong odor helps some animals defend themselves against predators. neutral
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Someone threw a thick soft cloak of fur-like texture about him, and fastened it by buckled straps at waist and shoulders. Soft describes the texture of a kitten’s fur. neutral
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We then discuss the fact that it takes one year for the earth to orbit the sun. It takes about one year for earth to orbit the sun. entails
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It prefers sandy, well drained soils. This statement best describes sandy soils: sandy soils allow water to drain quickly. neutral
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Marigolds reproduce by seeds, and they're easy to plant and grow. Growing and reproducing occur in both plants and humans. neutral
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The solid state contains its definite shape and volume while liquid has a definite volume not shape while the gases have nothing neither definite shape nor size. A definite shape and a definite volume are properties of the solid, only state(s) of matter. entails
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In a biennial cycle , a plants takes two growing seasons, or years, to reproduce. Growing and reproducing occur in both plants and humans. neutral
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In a normal life cycle, an insect goes from egg to larva, to pupa, and eventually to adult. The sequence egg -> larva -> pupa -> adult shows the life cycle of some insects. entails
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Excellent flexibility allows the rope to bend through tight radii common to modern deck equipment. The flexibility of an object allows it to bend. entails
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Ragdoll coat has the same texture as rabbit fur, very soft and truely non-matting. Soft describes the texture of a kitten’s fur. neutral
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A prism receives the light, bends it, and spreads it out so that we can see the various colors that make up white light. A prism helps people understand what makes up white light. entails
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They provide shelter for plants and animals. Many animals depend on plants for shelter. neutral
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Myelin insulates nerve cells, the same way plastic insulates an electrical wire, and is essential for transmitting electrical signals through the brain without interference. Electrical wires are usually covered with plastic or rubber to insulate the electrical wire. neutral
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Skunks spray a stinky oil to protect themselves and their kits from their enemies. Skunks spray a strong-smelling liquid to defend themselves entails
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the poorly drained, sandy soils of the flatwoods; This statement best describes sandy soils: sandy soils allow water to drain quickly. neutral
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Solid Water-Ice,snow, and frost are examples of water in the solid state. Ice cubes are an example of the solid form of water. entails
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The Day of the Thunderstorm When the thunderstorm occurred, it was mid-summer just two days before the summer solstice, with the Artic daylight lasting the full 24 hours of each day. The number of daylight hours each day would be greatest during the summer near the north pole. neutral
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These include the bryophytes such as moss, which are nonvascular, as well as seedless vascular plants such as ferns. 0010 Moss is best classified as a nonvascular plant. entails
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This allows more flexibility to reclassify objects after the fact. The flexibility of an object allows it to bend. neutral
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It will produce energy in the form of electricity and heat as long as its fuel--hydrogen--is supplied. Heat is produced when paper is burned. neutral
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Gravity is the force that keeps planets orbiting their suns, and moons orbiting the planets. Gravity is responsible for the orbits of the planets around the sun. entails
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In common with other living things, when fungi grow they breathe (a process known as respiration) using oxygen from the air which reacts with the substrate on which they are growing to produce carbon dioxide, moisture and heat. Using nutrients and growing are common to all living things. neutral
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Most are insulated with plastic or rubber coverings but occasionally you will find bare, tinned (solder coated), or plated copper wires. Electrical wires are usually covered with plastic or rubber to insulate the electrical wire. neutral
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The Earth orbits the Sun at a mean distance of 93 million miles (1 astronomical unit , or AU) and takes 365.25 days (1 Earth year ) to complete one orbit. It takes about one year for earth to orbit the sun. entails
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Myelin is like the insulation surrounding and protecting electrical wires. Electrical wires are usually covered with plastic or rubber to insulate the electrical wire. neutral
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Snow and ice are the solid form of water. Ice cubes are an example of the solid form of water. entails
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We accept that an invisible force exists which causes two magnets to either attract or repel each other when brought close together. Increasing the distance between the two magnets will cause a decrease in the force of attraction between two magnets. neutral
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With the existing magnet arrangement, a decrease of the emittance by a factor of two has been achieved by changing the quadrupole strengths. Increasing the distance between the two magnets will cause a decrease in the force of attraction between two magnets. neutral
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Although they have a strong herd instinct, these animals are unable to defend themselves adequately against predators like the leopard and lion. Strong odor helps some animals defend themselves against predators. neutral
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Food and habitat availability, reproduction, environmental cycles, and temperature change may be causes of migration for some species. A change of season and less food usually cause certain animals to migrate. entails
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In a solid phase, water molecules are relatively inactive such that an ice cube maintains its shape at subfreezing temperatures. Ice cubes are an example of the solid form of water. entails
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nonvascular plant; mosses, liverworts, and hornworts Moss is best classified as a nonvascular plant. entails
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Both have a definite volume, but only liquids have a definite shape. A definite shape and a definite volume are properties of the solid, only state(s) of matter. neutral
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The soil is sandy. This statement best describes sandy soils: sandy soils allow water to drain quickly. neutral
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Mars takes 1.86 Earth years to complete its orbit around the Sun. It takes about one year for earth to orbit the sun. neutral
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Two processes are used to grow the network. Using nutrients and growing are common to all living things. neutral
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After being swallowed, food is digested in the stomach and intestines. The correct order of food traveling through the digestive system after it is swallowed is: esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine. neutral
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All food chains begin with sunlight. Sunlight is the main source of energy for all of the organisms in most food chains. entails
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of the seeds remained dormant and viable. Seeds that remain inactive until the right conditions of light, water, and soil are present are called dormant neutral
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If the Earth were four times its current distance from the Sun, the time it would take to complete one orbit of the Sun would be 8 times longer. It takes about one year for earth to orbit the sun. neutral
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These factors have a greater influence on rooting than any tendency of a tree to develop a characteristically deep or shallow root system. Deep roots will best prevent a tree from being blown over by high winds during a storm. neutral
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4.8 Classifying, Constructing Models Contrast the difference between vascular and nonvascular plant reproduction. Moss is best classified as a nonvascular plant. neutral
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To cut down on loss from evaporation, water in the evening or early morning. Watering plants and grass in the early morning is a way to conserve water because smaller amounts of water evaporate in the cool morning. entails
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This change causes the seasons. A change of season and less food usually cause certain animals to migrate. neutral
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The water is deep and the winds blow. Deep roots will best prevent a tree from being blown over by high winds during a storm. neutral
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A fuel cell will produce energy in the form of electricity and heat as long as fuel is supplied. Heat is produced when paper is burned. neutral
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The earth orbits the sun in one year, and so the revolution of the Earth takes one year. It takes about one year for earth to orbit the sun. entails
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The wind may buffet and the storms may threaten, but this tree has roots that dig deep and hold it firmly in place. Deep roots will best prevent a tree from being blown over by high winds during a storm. entails
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The following sections give the syntax for describing the primitives, as well as how more complex primitives can be built from simple ones. A complex machine is described by: it is made of more than one simple machine. neutral
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They can be used to produce energy in the form of heat and electricity. Heat is produced when paper is burned. neutral
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A solid is anything that has a definite firm shape and volume. A definite shape and a definite volume are properties of the solid, only state(s) of matter. entails
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Its weather is subject to low-pressure systems from the Atlantic which result in unstable conditions throughout the year. Cloudy conditions will most likely result from a low-pressure weather system. neutral
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His tree trunk voice is rooted deep in the earth in a good deep way. Deep roots will best prevent a tree from being blown over by high winds during a storm. neutral
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On an average summer's day it would be daylight and the weather might be slight snow or sleet, with overcast skies, light winds and the temperature near freezing. The number of daylight hours each day would be greatest during the summer near the north pole. neutral
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When all the right conditions are not present, seeds may just elect to lie dormant for another year in the hope conditions will improve. Seeds that remain inactive until the right conditions of light, water, and soil are present are called dormant entails
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The attraction from a fixed strength magnet decreases with increased distance, and increases at closer distances. Increasing the distance between the two magnets will cause a decrease in the force of attraction between two magnets. entails
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Like all good health techniques, regular exercise must be developed as a habit. Exercising regularly is a good health habit. entails
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There was also no evidence that the electrical tape covering the wires was not of an insulation rating equivalent to that of the conductors. Electrical wires are usually covered with plastic or rubber to insulate the electrical wire. neutral
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Take a loose magnet and place it on the Magnet-on-a-post so the two magnets attract. Increasing the distance between the two magnets will cause a decrease in the force of attraction between two magnets. neutral
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Excellent questions and good program for teaching simple and complex machines. A complex machine is described by: it is made of more than one simple machine. neutral
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They differ from plants or animals in how they reproduce and grow. Growing and reproducing occur in both plants and humans. neutral
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Campus workers should also attempt to fulfill their part in water conservation by watering the flowers and grass on campus in the early morning or late night, when water evaporation is minimal. Watering plants and grass in the early morning is a way to conserve water because smaller amounts of water evaporate in the cool morning. entails
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These insects have 4 life stages, the egg, larva, pupa and adult. The sequence egg -> larva -> pupa -> adult shows the life cycle of some insects. entails
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Nonvascular plants (mosses and liverworts), ferns and gymnosperms (cone-bearing plants) are also examined. Moss is best classified as a nonvascular plant. entails
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the magnetic attraction of the two is extremely strong. Increasing the distance between the two magnets will cause a decrease in the force of attraction between two magnets. neutral
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The Sun is at the center of our solar system. The sun is the center of our solar system. entails
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Early Morning Sprinkling reduces water loss from evaporation. Watering plants and grass in the early morning is a way to conserve water because smaller amounts of water evaporate in the cool morning. entails
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Sandy soils drain quickly and do not become water logged. This statement best describes sandy soils: sandy soils allow water to drain quickly. entails
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The Miracle of Migration Hibernation Migration 2.7 The student will investigate and understand that weather and seasonal changes affect plants, animals, and their surroundings. A change of season and less food usually cause certain animals to migrate. neutral
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Waste-to-energy incinerators recover energy from the burning of MSW in the form of steam for industrial needs, heating, or electricity generation. Heat is produced when paper is burned. neutral
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Some flexibility is needed then to allow for changes in the learning objectives. The flexibility of an object allows it to bend. neutral
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However, human influences on certain populations, through both environmental alterations and harvests, have changed the magnitude, causes, and importance of waterfowl mortality during the breeding season. A change of season and less food usually cause certain animals to migrate. neutral
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The sun stays in its position at the center of our solar system. The sun is the center of our solar system. entails
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It takes only 88 earth days to complete an orbit around the Sun. It takes about one year for earth to orbit the sun. neutral
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As it grows, the mycelium uses up all of the nutrients in the soil, starving the grass. Using nutrients and growing are common to all living things. neutral
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CLIMATE The climate of an area is its local weather conditions, like temperature, precipitation (rain fall, snow, etc), humidity, sunshine, cloudiness, wind, air pressure, and other conditions. Cloudy conditions will most likely result from a low-pressure weather system. neutral
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One of the simple machines is the pulley. A complex machine is described by: it is made of more than one simple machine. neutral
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Animals stay at the shelter depending on space. Many animals depend on plants for shelter. neutral
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The gravity of that planet altered the probe's orbit, sending Ulysses toward the sun. Gravity is responsible for the orbits of the planets around the sun. neutral
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Good soils (sandy loam). This statement best describes sandy soils: sandy soils allow water to drain quickly. neutral
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Specifically, given that the Earth takes one year to orbit the sun, the time that it takes Venus to orbit the sun is 1.618 to the -1 years. It takes about one year for earth to orbit the sun. entails
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Soil provides many of the basic nutrients most plants use in order to grow. It is important to protect soil because it has nutrients used by plants to grow. entails
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A descriptive presentation of the structure and function of the organ systems of the human body covering the cardiovascular, immune, respiratory, digestive, excretory and reproductive systems. One function of the cardiovascular system is to transport gases throughout the body. neutral
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Electric tooth brushes, small tooth brushes, or water pics can be used to reach difficult areas. It would help conserve water to turn off water while brushing teeth. neutral
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Solids are a form of matter that has a definite shape and volume. A definite shape and a definite volume are properties of the solid, only state(s) of matter. entails
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A solid has a definite shape and volume. A definite shape and a definite volume are properties of the solid, only state(s) of matter. entails
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Installation of ductwork, piping, electrical wiring, and insulation is underway. Electrical wires are usually covered with plastic or rubber to insulate the electrical wire. neutral
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Nonvascular plants consist of mosses and liverworts, while vascular plants consist of club mosses, ferns, horsetails, gymnosperms, and angiosperms. Moss is best classified as a nonvascular plant. entails
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astronomy gravity lasers sun forces MAGNETIC FIELDS ARE EVERYWHERE. Gravity and magnetism are both common forces. neutral
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Remember, it takes Earth one year to orbit the sun. It takes about one year for earth to orbit the sun. entails
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Just like the sun is the center of the solar system, so the self is the center of personality. The sun is the center of our solar system. entails
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Describe how your simple machine is used to make work easier. A complex machine is described by: it is made of more than one simple machine. neutral
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is burned to produce heat and electricity. Heat is produced when paper is burned. neutral
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Solids are objects that have a definite shape and definite volume. A definite shape and a definite volume are properties of the solid, only state(s) of matter. entails
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As indicated earlier, some of these substances are beneficial nutrients that help living things grow. Using nutrients and growing are common to all living things. neutral
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Solids are materials with a definite volume and shape. A definite shape and a definite volume are properties of the solid, only state(s) of matter. entails
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Water your lawn in the early morning to reduce water loss by evaporation. Watering plants and grass in the early morning is a way to conserve water because smaller amounts of water evaporate in the cool morning. entails
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If there is any plastic insulation or paint on the ends of the electrical wire, scrape it off. Electrical wires are usually covered with plastic or rubber to insulate the electrical wire. neutral
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Gravity is important because it causes the planets to orbit the sun and produces convection cycles inside the Earth and in its atmosphere and oceans. Gravity is responsible for the orbits of the planets around the sun. entails
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The meteorites have magnetism, with higher specific gravity than common rocks. Gravity and magnetism are both common forces. neutral
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Magnetic Poles, Forces, and Fields Every magnet has two poles. Increasing the distance between the two magnets will cause a decrease in the force of attraction between two magnets. neutral
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Sandy soil has particles that are very coarse with lots of air space that allows water to drain through it very quickly. This statement best describes sandy soils: sandy soils allow water to drain quickly. entails
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They lack the structures that characterize vascular and nonvascular plants and are classified in the kingdom Protista. Moss is best classified as a nonvascular plant. neutral
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simple and complex machines; A complex machine is described by: it is made of more than one simple machine. neutral
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An ice cube, a solid, becomes a liquid when it melts. Ice cubes are an example of the solid form of water. entails
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This difference in the two forces moves the magnet in the direction of increasing magnetic field and may also cause a net torque. Increasing the distance between the two magnets will cause a decrease in the force of attraction between two magnets. neutral
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Westerly vertical wind shear prevented deep convection at the center of the storm. Deep roots will best prevent a tree from being blown over by high winds during a storm. neutral
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Classifying stars The sun is classified as a star. neutral
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A characteristic pattern of soft tissue abnormalities is described. Soft describes the texture of a kitten’s fur. neutral
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As in Echinosorex, there is a strong characteristic odor. Strong odor helps some animals defend themselves against predators. neutral
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This is very high when grown on deep soils because of the deep-rooting characteristic. Deep roots will best prevent a tree from being blown over by high winds during a storm. neutral
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Once the track is in place, you will conceal the wires and electrical box with a plastic cover. Electrical wires are usually covered with plastic or rubber to insulate the electrical wire. neutral
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During the summer, daylight is 24 hours a day. The number of daylight hours each day would be greatest during the summer near the north pole. neutral
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One simple machine included. A complex machine is described by: it is made of more than one simple machine. neutral
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It takes 12 Earth years for this planet to orbit the Sun. It takes about one year for earth to orbit the sun. neutral
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Animals depend on trees for food, shelter and protection, while the trees depend on the animals, smaller plants, and microorganisms for nutrients. Many animals depend on plants for shelter. entails
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The lead is a flexible insulated electrical wire. Electrical wires are usually covered with plastic or rubber to insulate the electrical wire. neutral
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It takes one year or 365 days to orbit around the Sun and one day to make a complete rotation. It takes about one year for earth to orbit the sun. entails
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Taking care of your health by regular exercise and healthy habits, having a lot of interests outside of work, having good friends, serving your community, and having close relationships with your family. Exercising regularly is a good health habit. entails
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There is a high water table preventing the deep penetration of root systems and secure anchorage of trees, thus many trees topple alongside the river. Deep roots will best prevent a tree from being blown over by high winds during a storm. neutral
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Our sun, classified as an average star, has a radius of 692,000 kilometers (430,000 miles). The sun is classified as a star. entails
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Today we think of the sun as being the center of the solar system. The sun is the center of our solar system. entails
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soft texture) - Soft describes the texture of a kitten’s fur. neutral
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Be sure to water in the cool of the morning to keep evaporation in check. Watering plants and grass in the early morning is a way to conserve water because smaller amounts of water evaporate in the cool morning. entails
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Simple machines are simple machines. A complex machine is described by: it is made of more than one simple machine. neutral
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to me it is best thought of as a force or energy such as gravity, magnetism, or light. Gravity and magnetism are both common forces. neutral
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The year is the time it takes the earth to orbit the sun. It takes about one year for earth to orbit the sun. entails
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Nonmetals, on the right side of the periodic table, have lower average densities, melting points, boiling points, and conductivities than metals. In a comparison of metals to nonmetals, metals tend to have greater conductivity and higher melting points than nonmetals. entails
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7 The one who plants and the one who waters really do not matter. One example of matter is water. neutral
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Metabolism is defined as the sum of all chemical processes that take place in the body as they relate to the movement of nutrients in the blood after digestion, resulting in growth, energy, release of wastes, and other bodily functions. The sum of all chemical reactions that take place within an organism is known as metabolism. entails
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Nearly 99 percent of the earth's atmosphere is nitrogen and oxygen. Oxygen and nitrogen make up most of the earth's atmosphere. entails
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If so, then the tracing of the pedigree can safely be left. The pedigree chart model can be used to trace genetic inheritance. neutral
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The roots of many trees create a symbiotic (mutually beneficial) relationship with an orange-colored sponge-like fungus called mycorrhiza. A(n) beneficial relationship exists when a certain type of tree’s roots need a fungus present in order to grow normally. entails
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The maps are composed largely of named genes identified by recombinant DNA probes in Southern blotting assays. Genes are composed of dna. neutral
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If this energy shortage is real, then we all need to share the burden. All cells share the characteristic that they need energy. neutral
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The Earth's atmosphere is mostly made up of nitrogen gas (N 2 78%), oxygen gas (O 2 21%, and other components. Oxygen and nitrogen make up most of the earth's atmosphere. entails
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Calories are a measure of energy, and used to measure how much energy foods have. A calorie is used to express the amount of energy in food. entails
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No, metalloids have properties of metals and nonmetals. In a comparison of metals to nonmetals, metals tend to have greater conductivity and higher melting points than nonmetals. neutral
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One example of chaos is water dripping from a faucet. One example of matter is water. neutral
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For example, mix one spoon of sugar into a glass of water. One example of matter is water. neutral
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Animal cells lack the rigid cell walls that characterize plant cells. A cell wall is found in a plant cell but not in an animal cell. entails
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All hormones in the human body are produced by endocrine, or ductless glands. Most hormones are produced by the endocrine system. entails
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Biomass energy is an indigenous resource. Biomass is an example of a renewable energy resource. neutral
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In the polymerization, the carbon-carbon pi bond (in the vinyl group) is broken and a new carbon-carbon single (sigma) bond is formed, attaching another styrene monomer to the chain. Carbon (c) is essential to living organisms because carbon bonds in many ways with itself to form chains. neutral
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And nitrogen and oxygen make up 60% and 30% respectively of the Earth's atmosphere. Oxygen and nitrogen make up most of the earth's atmosphere. entails
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For example, one can obtain a PDB file for water ( water. One example of matter is water. neutral
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is the temperature of Venus' surface. Venus has a warmer average surface temperature than earth. neutral
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Chloroplasts in plant cells perform photosynthesis; Photosynthesis occurs in the chloroplast. entails
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Attempt to explain the relationship between temperature, moisture, and origin of air masses. One of the properties of an air mass is that an air mass has similar temperature and moisture properties throughout it. neutral
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One oxygen atom combines with two hydrogen atoms to form a water molecule. 2 hydrogen, 1 oxygen atoms combine to make up a molecule of water. entails
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Each of these foods contributes calories, which are units of energy. A calorie is used to express the amount of energy in food. entails
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All these processes result in greater environmental impacts, such as deforestation, soil erosion, extinction of plant and animal species, and pollution. Environmental changes is most responsible for the extinction of most species of plants and animals that have lived on earth. neutral
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Most extinctions are thought to have resulted from environmental changes that affected the species in either of two ways. Environmental changes is most responsible for the extinction of most species of plants and animals that have lived on earth. entails
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The South American water hyacinth is one example. One example of matter is water. neutral
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Models of carbon flux in tropical ecosystems with emphasis on the role in the global carbon cycle. A primary role of decomposers in an ecosystem is that they cycle matter by returning carbon and other matter to the ecosystem. neutral
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8.4 how water, carbon and nitrogen cycle between abiotic resources and organic matter in the ecosystem and how oxygen cycles via photosynthesis and respiration. A primary role of decomposers in an ecosystem is that they cycle matter by returning carbon and other matter to the ecosystem. neutral
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There was not much moisture in the air mass. One of the properties of an air mass is that an air mass has similar temperature and moisture properties throughout it. neutral
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Metal-nonmetal transitions 2. In a comparison of metals to nonmetals, metals tend to have greater conductivity and higher melting points than nonmetals. neutral
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When 2 atoms of hydrogen chemically bond to 1 atom of oxygen, a molecule of water is formed. 2 hydrogen, 1 oxygen atoms combine to make up a molecule of water. entails
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For example, all cells share functions such as obtaining and using energy, responding to the environment, and reproducing. All cells share the characteristic that they need energy. entails
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The endocrine system is a complex network of glands and hormones that regulates many of the body's functions, including growth, development and maturation, as well as the way various organs operate. The endocrine system produces most of the hormones that regulate body functions. entails
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Classify an element as either a metal or a nonmetal (or an inert gas) from its position on the periodic table. Elements on the periodic table of the elements are classified into categories such as metals and nonmetals. entails
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Without its atmosphere to trap the Sun's heat, Venus would have a surface temperature of around 540C, lower than that of Mercury and only slightly higher than the Earth's average temperature of about 160C. Venus has a warmer average surface temperature than earth. neutral
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The Solar System contains the sun, planets, moons, asteroids, meteoroids, various dust and ices, free gas, comets, and light. The setmoons, planets, and comets contains only objects that shine as a result of reflected light. neutral
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It displays properties of both metals, and nonmetals. In a comparison of metals to nonmetals, metals tend to have greater conductivity and higher melting points than nonmetals. neutral
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Ecosystem processes, nutrient and organic matter cycling; A primary role of decomposers in an ecosystem is that they cycle matter by returning carbon and other matter to the ecosystem. neutral
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In selective breeding, organisms with desirable characteristics are mated to produce offspring with the same characteristics. Selective breeding involves choosing certain organisms to reproduce with one another in order to pass on specific, desirable traits to their offspring. entails
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The Sun and all the objects (planets, moons, asteroids and comets) that orbit the Sun. The setmoons, planets, and comets contains only objects that shine as a result of reflected light. neutral
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It flourishes upon and within Earth's lithosphere of rock and soils. The thin layer of rock on earth's surface is the lithosphere. neutral
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Each water molecule consists of 2 atoms of hydrogen bonded to 1 atom of oxygen and thus has the chemical formula H 2 O. 2 hydrogen, 1 oxygen atoms combine to make up a molecule of water. entails
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One example is when a boil water alert occurs. One example of matter is water. neutral
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Most of them are food, many are siblings and cousins like yourself, and a few are predators. A fewer predators is most likely to cause the number of rabbits living in an area to increase. neutral
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Metabolism is the sum total of all the chemical reactions occurring in an organism at any given time. The sum of all chemical reactions that take place within an organism is known as metabolism. entails
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With the decline of such natural predators as wolves and tigers, the number of wild boars has increased, causing problems for farmers in some areas. A fewer predators is most likely to cause the number of rabbits living in an area to increase. neutral
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it's too useful as an illustration of molecules, heat transfer, and entropy. Heat transfer by conduction occurs molecules collide with other molecules. neutral
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Plant cells possess a cell wall, animals never. A cell wall is found in a plant cell but not in an animal cell. entails
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Only the light of the moon shines on their faces. The setmoons, planets, and comets contains only objects that shine as a result of reflected light. neutral
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Metabolism Sum of the physical and chemical changes that take place in living organisms. The sum of all chemical reactions that take place within an organism is known as metabolism. entails
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Some examples of matter are people, air, soil, water, and planets. One example of matter is water. entails
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Some of the varieties are products of conventional breeding, where offspring with the most desirable traits are chosen to reproduce. Selective breeding involves choosing certain organisms to reproduce with one another in order to pass on specific, desirable traits to their offspring. neutral
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A plastic bottle filled with water would be one example. One example of matter is water. neutral
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The chloroplast is the site of photosynthesis or food production in the plant cell. Photosynthesis occurs in the chloroplast. entails
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Photosynthesis occurs in the chloroplasts inside the plant cells in any of the green parts of the plant. Photosynthesis occurs in the chloroplast. entails
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For example, the sun transfers heat to the earth through radiation. Heat energy from the sun is transferred to earth primarily by radiation. entails
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Chloroplast , found in plant cells , are responsible for photosynthesis. Photosynthesis occurs in the chloroplast. entails
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The first letter describes its moisture properties, with c used for continental air masses (dry) and m for maritime air masses (moist). One of the properties of an air mass is that an air mass has similar temperature and moisture properties throughout it. neutral
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Atmosphere and Clouds of Venus The atmospheric pressure on Venus's surface is about 90 times greater than that of Earth while the surface temperature is some 2.5 times greater. Venus has a warmer average surface temperature than earth. entails
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A metal replaces a metal, and a nonmetal replaces a nonmetal. In a comparison of metals to nonmetals, metals tend to have greater conductivity and higher melting points than nonmetals. neutral
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The inner planets are Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars, which are close to the Sun. Mercury is always closer to the sun than it is to earth. neutral
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All cells require a SUPPLY OF ENERGY . All cells share the characteristic that they need energy. entails
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The term metabolism refers to the various series of chemical reactions that take place within the body. The sum of all chemical reactions that take place within an organism is known as metabolism. entails
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The principle of superposition states that in an undisturbed stack of sedimentary strata the oldest layer is at the base and the youngest at the top. The law of superposition is best described by: in undisturbed layers of sedimentary rock, the lowest layers contain the older rocks. entails
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The introduction of rabbits and rats may also have increased the number of feral cats in the habitat, which are another major predator of numbats. A fewer predators is most likely to cause the number of rabbits living in an area to increase. neutral
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All of the earth's energy is transferred from the Sun by radiation. Heat energy from the sun is transferred to earth primarily by radiation. entails
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One example of such a method is the design of a watering tower. One example of matter is water. neutral
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Then we composed our review of literature about cloning, genetic engineering, genes, DNA, chromosomes, and related ethical issues. Genes are composed of dna. neutral
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They are most abundant in cells with high energy needs, such as muscle cells, brain cells. All cells share the characteristic that they need energy. neutral
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All cells of the body need energy to do their work. All cells share the characteristic that they need energy. entails
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The familiar chemical symbol H 2 O means that water molecules are composed of 2 hydrogen atoms and 1 oxygen atom. 2 hydrogen, 1 oxygen atoms combine to make up a molecule of water. entails
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Be able to classify an element as a metal, nonmetal or semimetal based on experimental observations of physical and chemical properties. Elements on the periodic table of the elements are classified into categories such as metals and nonmetals. neutral
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Structure and function of the cell are stressed with its relationship to other levels of organization within the body such as tissues, organs and organ systems. The sequence cell → tissue → organ → organ system identifies the levels of organization of body structures in a human from simplest to most complex. neutral
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Increased fragmentation of habitats and urbanization increases the number of natural predators in an area. A fewer predators is most likely to cause the number of rabbits living in an area to increase. neutral
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All of these characteristics are needed for HUNTING. All cells share the characteristic that they need energy. neutral
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Counting calories A calorie is a unit of measurement used to express the energy value of food. A calorie is used to express the amount of energy in food. entails
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This creates a greenhouse effect 300,000 times stronger than earth, making Venus the hottest planet in the solar system with an average surface temperature of about 475° Venus has a warmer average surface temperature than earth. entails
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Water Matters ; One example of matter is water. neutral
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The only objects easily in a light polluted areas are bright planets, stars, and the moon. The setmoons, planets, and comets contains only objects that shine as a result of reflected light. neutral
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Metabolism The sum of all the chemical and energy reactions that take place in the human body. The sum of all chemical reactions that take place within an organism is known as metabolism. entails
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Water, for example, is the compound H2O, meaning two hydrogen atoms combined with one oxygen atom forms one molecule of water. 2 hydrogen, 1 oxygen atoms combine to make up a molecule of water. entails
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The endocrine system consists of glands and the hormones they produce that guide the development, growth, reproduction, and behavior of human beings and animals. The endocrine system produces hormones to regulate growth, development, and reproduction. entails
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A water molecules (H 2 O) is made of 2 hydrogen atoms (H) and one oxygen atom (O). 2 hydrogen, 1 oxygen atoms combine to make up a molecule of water. entails
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The first and most simple technique is the law of superposition, which simply states that in a sequence of sedimentary rock, the rocks in the upper layers of sediment are younger than the rocks at the bottom. The law of superposition is best described by: in undisturbed layers of sedimentary rock, the lowest layers contain the older rocks. entails
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D) Water is formed from 2 hydrogen atoms and 1 oxygen atom. 2 hydrogen, 1 oxygen atoms combine to make up a molecule of water. entails
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The endocrine system consists of glands which produce hormones that work together to guide development, growth, reproduction and behavior, and to maintain normal function of various organs. Most hormones are produced by the endocrine system. entails
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BACKGROUND INFORMATION A Pedigree chart is a device used to trace genetic traits through a number of generations. The pedigree chart model can be used to trace genetic inheritance. entails
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Hereditary information is contained in genes, located in the chromosomes of each cell. A cell’s chromosomes contain genes. entails
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The body's immune system has many mechanisms to defend against unwanted foreign substances (viruses, bacteria, cancer cells, etc.), including antibodies that recognize and destroy the substances. The immune system typically recognizes, attacks, and destroys foreign cells or substances that may cause disease. entails
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The endocrine system includes several glands that produce hormones. Most hormones are produced by the endocrine system. entails
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The structural and functional aspects of the human body starting at the level of the cell and continuing to tissues, organs, and organ systems. The sequence cell → tissue → organ → organ system identifies the levels of organization of body structures in a human from simplest to most complex. entails
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A molecule of water always contains one atom of oxygen and two atoms of hydrogen. 2 hydrogen, 1 oxygen atoms combine to make up a molecule of water. entails
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Chloroplasts (plant cells only); Photosynthesis occurs in the chloroplast. neutral
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In contrast to traditional breeding, genetic engineering involves taking genes from one species and inserting them into another in an attempt to transfer a desired trait or character. Selective breeding involves choosing certain organisms to reproduce with one another in order to pass on specific, desirable traits to their offspring. neutral
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Explain the role played by decomposers in an ecosystem. A primary role of decomposers in an ecosystem is that they cycle matter by returning carbon and other matter to the ecosystem. neutral
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Cancer is the result of genetic alterations that lead to the uninterrupted growth of abnormal cells. Abnormal cell division may result in cancer. entails
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ENDOCRINE GLANDS The organs in the body that produce hormones. Most hormones are produced by the endocrine system. entails
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They are complex molecules required for the structure, function and regulation of the body's cells, tissues and organs. The sequence cell → tissue → organ → organ system identifies the levels of organization of body structures in a human from simplest to most complex. neutral
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The ecology of communities is illustrated with lectures on primary production, energy flow, cycling of matter in ecosystems, species diversity and the succession and development of a community. A primary role of decomposers in an ecosystem is that they cycle matter by returning carbon and other matter to the ecosystem. neutral
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Knowledge of probability and Mendelian inheritance patterns is used in analysis of pedigrees to yield clues to a trait's genetic basis. The pedigree chart model can be used to trace genetic inheritance. neutral
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Have the children make a water molecule from two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom. 2 hydrogen, 1 oxygen atoms combine to make up a molecule of water. entails
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3) The author does not intend to go into the details of such matters, including, for example, the place of tayammum as a substitute for ghost or wadhu when one does not have water available. One example of matter is water. neutral
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And, by recording those earthquakes and the different paths that they take through the earth and how they travel, we're going to be able to determine in a much higher resolution the structure of the earth's interior. Studies of earthquake waves have helped scientists determine the structure of earth's interior. entails
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A Calorie is a measure of the amount of energy found in a specific food. A calorie is used to express the amount of energy in food. entails
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3. Decomposers- are in charge of cleaning up the environment by decomposing and freeing dead matter for recycling back into the ecosystem. A primary role of decomposers in an ecosystem is that they cycle matter by returning carbon and other matter to the ecosystem. entails
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Mercury is a planet within the sun. Mercury is always closer to the sun than it is to earth. neutral
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The endocrine system consists of a set of glands and the hormones they produce that help guide the development, growth, reproduction, and behavior of animals including human beings. The endocrine system produces hormones to regulate growth, development, and reproduction. entails
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4 Hereditary information is contained in genes, located in the chromosomes of each cell. A cell’s chromosomes contain genes. entails
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Food chain The Plant Role in Ecosystems The Carbon Cycle in Ecosystems The Nitrogen Cycle PLANT ECOLOGY Plants are vital parts of nearly all ecosystems. A primary role of decomposers in an ecosystem is that they cycle matter by returning carbon and other matter to the ecosystem. neutral
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The endocrine system is the set of organs responsible for producing and secreting hormones that travel through the bloodstream to targeted tissues and organs. Most hormones are produced by the endocrine system. entails
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A water molecule is made up of one oxygen atom and two hydrogen atoms. 2 hydrogen, 1 oxygen atoms combine to make up a molecule of water. entails
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On occasions, arctic air-mass properties are important; One of the properties of an air mass is that an air mass has similar temperature and moisture properties throughout it. neutral
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A total amount of thermal energy received per unit area at a specified distance from a nuclear explosion is generally expressed in terms of calories per square centimeter. A calorie is used to express the amount of energy in food. neutral
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It is an example of the growing realization that ground water and surface water are essentially one resource. One example of matter is water. neutral
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The surface temperature of Venus is around 890 degrees F, the hottest average temperature in the Solar System. Venus has a warmer average surface temperature than earth. entails
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Plant cells also have chloroplasts for photosynthesis . Photosynthesis occurs in the chloroplast. entails
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Being self-luminous makes stars different from planets, moons, asteroids, and comets, all of which shine by reflecting sunlight. The setmoons, planets, and comets contains only objects that shine as a result of reflected light. entails
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return A transit is the passing of a planet (Mercury or Venus) between the Earth and the Sun. Mercury is always closer to the sun than it is to earth. neutral
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In another study we are using the Terrestrial Ecosystem Model (TEM) to evaluate the role of high latitude ecosystems in the global carbon cycle. A primary role of decomposers in an ecosystem is that they cycle matter by returning carbon and other matter to the ecosystem. neutral
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The genes are composed of DNA and are located on the chromosomes, with each gene having its own place on its own chromosome. Genes are composed of dna. entails
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The immune system is a complex network of organs containing cells that recognize foreign substances in the body and destroy them. The immune system typically recognizes, attacks, and destroys foreign cells or substances that may cause disease. entails
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The planets Mercury, Venus and Earth can be seen to the right of the Sun. Mercury is always closer to the sun than it is to earth. neutral
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This means that in order to be healthy, you need to eat certain foods that are beneficial for your body type and stay away from others. A(n) beneficial relationship exists when a certain type of tree’s roots need a fungus present in order to grow normally. neutral
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The Sun transfers heat to the Earth through radiation. Heat energy from the sun is transferred to earth primarily by radiation. entails
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Number and type of beneficial arthropods present. A(n) beneficial relationship exists when a certain type of tree’s roots need a fungus present in order to grow normally. neutral
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The endocrine system is the collection of glands that produce hormones that regulate metabolism, growth and development, tissue function, sexual function, reproduction, sleep, and mood, among other things. The endocrine system produces hormones to regulate growth, development, and reproduction. entails
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Much of what scientists know about Earth's internal structure and dynamics has been learned by studying earthquakes, since the waves that are generated by such cataclysmic rumblings change as they pass through various layers of the Earth's interior. Studies of earthquake waves have helped scientists determine the structure of earth's interior. entails
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A water molecule is made of one oxygen atom and two hydrogen atoms and each of the two hydrogen atoms can make a hydrogen bond with another the oxygen belonging to another water molecule or a protein molecule. 2 hydrogen, 1 oxygen atoms combine to make up a molecule of water. entails
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The role of arctic ecosystems in the global carbon cycle. A primary role of decomposers in an ecosystem is that they cycle matter by returning carbon and other matter to the ecosystem. neutral
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Surrounding a human being with water is one example of the subject matter found here. One example of matter is water. neutral
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Water molecules each contain two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom. 2 hydrogen, 1 oxygen atoms combine to make up a molecule of water. entails
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Genes (single units of genetic information) are composed of hundreds of thousands of these DNA chains. Genes are composed of dna. entails
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Except for air mass, these properties have a wavelength dependency. One of the properties of an air mass is that an air mass has similar temperature and moisture properties throughout it. neutral
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So one borderline non-example is a glass of water -- as opposed to a glassful of water; One example of matter is water. neutral
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Carbon Cycle & Ecosystems A primary role of decomposers in an ecosystem is that they cycle matter by returning carbon and other matter to the ecosystem. neutral
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Political and economic upheaval in countries like Iraq and Yemen has caused increasing numbers of Arab Muslims to move into the area over the last few years, experts say. A fewer predators is most likely to cause the number of rabbits living in an area to increase. neutral
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Water is a molecule that consists of one oxygen atom and two hydrogen atoms. 2 hydrogen, 1 oxygen atoms combine to make up a molecule of water. entails
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role of microbes in carbon and nitrogen cycles in aquatic ecosystems; A primary role of decomposers in an ecosystem is that they cycle matter by returning carbon and other matter to the ecosystem. neutral
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DNA Pol II is an 89.9 kD protein, composed of 783 amino acids, that is encoded by the polB (dinA) gene. Genes are composed of dna. neutral
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An oxygen atom and two hydrogen atoms combine to form a water molecule (H 2 O). 2 hydrogen, 1 oxygen atoms combine to make up a molecule of water. entails
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Chloroplast A chlorophyll-containing, cytoplasmic body of plant cells where photosynthesis occurs. Photosynthesis occurs in the chloroplast. entails
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This is the way we examine air-mass properties. One of the properties of an air mass is that an air mass has similar temperature and moisture properties throughout it. neutral
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Endocrinology Concentrate on disorders of the endocrine system (a collection of glands that produces hormones that regulate the body's rate of metabolism, growth, and sexual functioning). The endocrine system produces hormones to regulate growth, development, and reproduction. entails
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The Sun will expand so much that it will swallow up the planets Mercury, Venus, and the Earth. Mercury is always closer to the sun than it is to earth. neutral
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Describe how cloning and breeding produce offspring with desired traits. Selective breeding involves choosing certain organisms to reproduce with one another in order to pass on specific, desirable traits to their offspring. neutral
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Chloroplasts conduct photosynthesis and are found in plant cells and other eukaryotic organisms. Photosynthesis occurs in the chloroplast. entails
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It is thought that chloroplasts , the bodies in plant cells that do photosynthesis , were once small independent cells. Photosynthesis occurs in the chloroplast. entails
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Photosynthesis takes place inside specialized plant cells called chloroplasts and enables plants to build new tissue for growth. Photosynthesis occurs in the chloroplast. entails
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This type of relationship is not beneficial for the buyer or the seller. A(n) beneficial relationship exists when a certain type of tree’s roots need a fungus present in order to grow normally. neutral
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The surface temperature of Venus is 800 F compared to the Earth's mean of 50 F. Venus has a warmer average surface temperature than earth. entails
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Pedigree Charts can include photos. The pedigree chart model can be used to trace genetic inheritance. neutral
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Definitions Metabolism is all of the chemical reactions that occur in an organism. The sum of all chemical reactions that take place within an organism is known as metabolism. entails
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Scientist obtain information about the characteristics of the earth's interior by studying earthquake records. Studies of earthquake waves have helped scientists determine the structure of earth's interior. entails
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Genes are contained in the chromosomes in the nucleus of each cell. A cell’s chromosomes contain genes. entails
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The number of rabbits in a given area will increase and decrease in a cycle connected with predator populations and food availability. A fewer predators is most likely to cause the number of rabbits living in an area to increase. entails
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An air mass is defined as a large, more or less uniform body of air with nearly the same temperature and moisture conditions. One of the properties of an air mass is that an air mass has similar temperature and moisture properties throughout it. entails
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It is the endocrine glands that produce hormones that regulate the body's growth, metabolism, autonomic system and sexual development and function. The endocrine system produces most of the hormones that regulate body functions. entails
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January 13, 2000 February Planet Observing Session Because it's so close to our Sun, Mercury is rarely visible to Earth-bound observers. Mercury is always closer to the sun than it is to earth. neutral
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Abstract Tropical ecosystems play a central role in the global carbon cycle. A primary role of decomposers in an ecosystem is that they cycle matter by returning carbon and other matter to the ecosystem. neutral
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Law of superposition states that during the formation of sedimentary rocks, each layer is older than the one above and younger than the one below---this statement reflects the relative age of sedimentary rocks. The law of superposition is best described by: in undisturbed layers of sedimentary rock, the lowest layers contain the older rocks. entails
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Plant cells contain a large vacuole, a nucleus, chloroplasts and a cell wall made of cellulose, cell walls are not present in animal cells. A cell wall is found in a plant cell but not in an animal cell. entails
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in our atmosphere over the last 200 years. The composition of the atmosphere has changed over the last 200 years primarily due to human activity. neutral
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Contrast the structures of prokaryotic cells, eukaryotic animal cells, and eukaryotic plant cells. A cell wall is found in a plant cell but not in an animal cell. neutral
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This gene encodes the large subunit of DNA damage-binding protein that is a heterodimer composed of a large and a small (DDB2) subunit. Genes are composed of dna. neutral
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Genes are located on chromosomes in the cell. A cell’s chromosomes contain genes. entails
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That metabolism is the combination of all of the chemical reactions that take place in an organism. The sum of all chemical reactions that take place within an organism is known as metabolism. entails
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THE IMMUNE SYSTEM The immune system consists of a network of specialized cells which respond to foreign substances in the body in order to prevent infection or disease. The immune system typically recognizes, attacks, and destroys foreign cells or substances that may cause disease. entails
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The amount of energy in food is measured in calories. A calorie is used to express the amount of energy in food. entails
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In the predator-free area, rabbit numbers increased 8 fold in 12 months. A fewer predators is most likely to cause the number of rabbits living in an area to increase. entails
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The DNA fingerprinting technique is used with traditional genetic analysis of family pedigrees and breeding data to identify DNA markers that are inherited along with important traits. The pedigree chart model can be used to trace genetic inheritance. neutral
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The research team is attempting to quantify the role of the steppe ecosystem in the global carbon cycle. A primary role of decomposers in an ecosystem is that they cycle matter by returning carbon and other matter to the ecosystem. neutral
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Genes are composed of DNA located in the nucleus. Genes are composed of dna. entails
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Chromosome The gene-carrying structures in the cell. A cell’s chromosomes contain genes. entails
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A true breeding organism, sometimes also called a pure-bred, is an organism that always passes down a certain phenotypic trait to its offspring. Selective breeding involves choosing certain organisms to reproduce with one another in order to pass on specific, desirable traits to their offspring. neutral
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A fatal disease that attacks and destroys the body's immune system. The immune system typically recognizes, attacks, and destroys foreign cells or substances that may cause disease. neutral
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However, all share certain characteristics and need some level of support. All cells share the characteristic that they need energy. neutral
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The energy and faith need to be shared and celebrated. All cells share the characteristic that they need energy. neutral
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An easy way to remember the six most essential elements in living organisms is CHONPC (carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, phosphorus, and calcium). Carbon (c) is essential to living organisms because carbon bonds in many ways with itself to form chains. neutral
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What Abnormal Results Mean A laboratory examination of the washings may show cancer cells. Abnormal cell division may result in cancer. neutral
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Method of heat transfer conduction (transfer from molecule to molecule through the material) radiation (transfer from electromagnetic radiation of a body due to the vibration of its molecules convection (transfer through movement of mass ) 5. Heat transfer by conduction occurs molecules collide with other molecules. entails
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All cells need an energy supply to carry out their functions. All cells share the characteristic that they need energy. entails
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differentiate plant cells and animal cells. A cell wall is found in a plant cell but not in an animal cell. neutral
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Some of the plant and animal species that once live here adapted to changes, others are extinct. Environmental changes is most responsible for the extinction of most species of plants and animals that have lived on earth. neutral
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Calories are the measurement used to express the energy delivered by food. A calorie is used to express the amount of energy in food. entails
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Exposures of underground metal and nonmetal miners. In a comparison of metals to nonmetals, metals tend to have greater conductivity and higher melting points than nonmetals. neutral
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Each water molecule contains 3 atoms, 2 of hydrogen and 1 of oxygen. 2 hydrogen, 1 oxygen atoms combine to make up a molecule of water. entails
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The waves generated by earthquakes (seismic waves) allow us to study the Earth s interior. Studies of earthquake waves have helped scientists determine the structure of earth's interior. entails
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Earth's atmosphere consists of mainly oxygen and nitrogen. Oxygen and nitrogen make up most of the earth's atmosphere. entails
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Now there's a growing body of scientific evidence suggesting that a certain type of fat may actually be beneficial for the heart. A(n) beneficial relationship exists when a certain type of tree’s roots need a fungus present in order to grow normally. neutral
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If bulk water were traded like oil, for example, it would be subject to uniform trade laws that try to level the playing field by requiring that domestic standards -- for such matters as price-setting and environmental impact -- be the same as foreign ones. One example of matter is water. neutral
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The study of cellular and tissue structure and the interrelationships of tissues in the organ systems of the human body. The sequence cell → tissue → organ → organ system identifies the levels of organization of body structures in a human from simplest to most complex. neutral
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metabolism refers to all of the chemical reaction that occur within an organism. The sum of all chemical reactions that take place within an organism is known as metabolism. entails
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If you manage 200 acres or less to produce ideal rabbit habitat, the number of predators will concentrate on this area. A fewer predators is most likely to cause the number of rabbits living in an area to increase. neutral
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Why Living Things Need Energy Inside every cell of all living things, energy is needed to carry out life processes. All cells share the characteristic that they need energy. entails
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Forested ecosystems play a key role in the carbon cycle globally. A primary role of decomposers in an ecosystem is that they cycle matter by returning carbon and other matter to the ecosystem. neutral
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The endocrine system consists of the glands and the hormones they produce that help guide the development, growth, reproduction and behavior of animals including human beings. The endocrine system produces hormones to regulate growth, development, and reproduction. entails
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For example, water is H 2 O , which means there are 2 atoms of hydrogen and one atom of oxygen in the molecule. 2 hydrogen, 1 oxygen atoms combine to make up a molecule of water. entails
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All cells need energy to carry out their functions, such as making proteins and transporting substances into and out of the cell. All cells share the characteristic that they need energy. entails
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Calories measure the amount of energy stored in a food. A calorie is used to express the amount of energy in food. entails
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Stromatolites Several of the sedimentary rock layers described above contain fossils called stromatolites. The law of superposition is best described by: in undisturbed layers of sedimentary rock, the lowest layers contain the older rocks. neutral
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The endocrine system consists of a set of glands and the hormones they produce, which help guide the development, growth, reproduction and behaviour of animals and human beings. The endocrine system produces hormones to regulate growth, development, and reproduction. entails
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The carbon atoms in these chains and rings can then form bonds with other elements in many ways to produce various functional groups. Carbon (c) is essential to living organisms because carbon bonds in many ways with itself to form chains. entails
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The most common reducing agents are metals, for they tend to lose electrons in their reactions with nonmetals. In a comparison of metals to nonmetals, metals tend to have greater conductivity and higher melting points than nonmetals. neutral
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The Ainsworth pedigree can be traced to Norman times. The pedigree chart model can be used to trace genetic inheritance. neutral
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Hormonal Disorders Chapter 143 Endocrine System and Hormones The endocrine system consists of a group of organs (sometimes referred to as glands of internal secretion) whose main function is to produce and secrete hormones directly into the bloodstream. Most hormones are produced by the endocrine system. entails
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One example is rain water harvesting. One example of matter is water. neutral
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The Endocrine System (glands) also plays a role by producing and secreting hormones. Most hormones are produced by the endocrine system. entails
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One booklet, for example, was about the dangers of water contamination. One example of matter is water. neutral
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The Lithosphere and Asthenosphere The lithosphere consists of the outer earth layer or shell of rigid, brittle rock . The thin layer of rock on earth's surface is the lithosphere. entails
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Earth's atmosphere is mainly nitrogen and oxygen. Oxygen and nitrogen make up most of the earth's atmosphere. entails
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However, many of the gene fragments, or clones, that compose the DNA array do not correspond to known genes. Genes are composed of dna. neutral
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For example, two gallons of water will be considered one item. One example of matter is water. neutral
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Conduction The flow of heat by conduction occurs via collisions between atoms and molecules in the substance and the subsequent transfer of kinetic energy. Heat transfer by conduction occurs molecules collide with other molecules. entails
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Animal cells lack the cellulose cells walls of plant cells. A cell wall is found in a plant cell but not in an animal cell. entails
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calorie A unit of measure of the amount of energy a food will produce when it is consumed. A calorie is used to express the amount of energy in food. entails
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Metabolism is chemical reactions taking place inside cells, including respiration. The sum of all chemical reactions that take place within an organism is known as metabolism. entails
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Metabolism and Metabolic Disorders Metabolism is the sum of all the chemical reactions involved in the continual process of breakdown and renewal in the body (Clarke, 1996, p.2). The sum of all chemical reactions that take place within an organism is known as metabolism. entails
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The third major group of fungi is again associated with certain trees, but rather than harming the trees, they are often beneficial forming an intimate relationship with the tree's root system. A(n) beneficial relationship exists when a certain type of tree’s roots need a fungus present in order to grow normally. entails
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Plates of the Earth The lithosphere is not a continuous layer. The thin layer of rock on earth's surface is the lithosphere. neutral
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But in areas where few humans live, their numbers have grown due to an increase in humans hunting their predators. A fewer predators is most likely to cause the number of rabbits living in an area to increase. neutral
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Biomass is a renewable energy resource for power generation using combustion, gasification or co-firing. Biomass is an example of a renewable energy resource. entails
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Chromosome Thread-like bodies in the nucleus of a cell which contain the genes and DNA. A cell’s chromosomes contain genes. entails
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The chloroplast is the organelle within plant cells that is primarily responsible for photosynthesis. Photosynthesis occurs in the chloroplast. entails
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243 underground metal and nonmetal mines; In a comparison of metals to nonmetals, metals tend to have greater conductivity and higher melting points than nonmetals. neutral
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One example is diuretics (water pills such as Lasix). One example of matter is water. neutral
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describe the flow of matter and energy through ecosystems (e.g., the hydrologic cycle, the carbon cycle) and explain the relationship of these flows to landforms, climate, soils, and vegetation; A primary role of decomposers in an ecosystem is that they cycle matter by returning carbon and other matter to the ecosystem. neutral
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The number of hydrogen atoms in the water molecule (H 2 O) is exactly of two thirds, the other third is composed of an oxygen atom. 2 hydrogen, 1 oxygen atoms combine to make up a molecule of water. entails
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Chloroplasts are an important part of plant cells because they are cell structures that allow for photosynthesis. Photosynthesis occurs in the chloroplast. entails
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This is a type of relationships that is very beneficial for the environment. A(n) beneficial relationship exists when a certain type of tree’s roots need a fungus present in order to grow normally. neutral
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back to top calorie Calories are used to measure both the energy potential in foods and the amount of energy used by the body to burn those foods. A calorie is used to express the amount of energy in food. entails
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Mercury Venus Earth Mars There are nine planets revolving around our Sun. Mercury is always closer to the sun than it is to earth. neutral
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The population growth demonstrated here is most likely the result of a reduction in the number of predators, which definitely could be caused by a loss of habitat to oil field development. A fewer predators is most likely to cause the number of rabbits living in an area to increase. neutral
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This is a mutually beneficial relationship where the hyphae of the fungus grow around the roots of trees, forming a sheath of tissue. A(n) beneficial relationship exists when a certain type of tree’s roots need a fungus present in order to grow normally. entails
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Structures found in plant cells but not animal cells include a large central vacuole, cell wall, and plastids such as chloroplasts. A cell wall is found in a plant cell but not in an animal cell. entails
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Within the past 200 years or so, increased amounts of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases have been released into the atmosphere due to human activity. The composition of the atmosphere has changed over the last 200 years primarily due to human activity. entails
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In addition to planets, solar systems contain many smaller objects, such as asteroids, comets, and a wide variety of moons. The setmoons, planets, and comets contains only objects that shine as a result of reflected light. neutral
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B) Energy is cycled through ecosystems; matter is not. A primary role of decomposers in an ecosystem is that they cycle matter by returning carbon and other matter to the ecosystem. neutral
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They admit that both the vegetable and the animal species have changed, for in some of the strata of the earth they have discovered plants which existed in the past and are now extinct; Environmental changes is most responsible for the extinction of most species of plants and animals that have lived on earth. neutral
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Macroalgae play a major role in the carbon cycle of coastal ecosystems. A primary role of decomposers in an ecosystem is that they cycle matter by returning carbon and other matter to the ecosystem. neutral
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The Law of Superposition states that for a set of undisturbed rock layers, the oldest layers are on the bottom and the youngest are on the top. The law of superposition is best described by: in undisturbed layers of sedimentary rock, the lowest layers contain the older rocks. entails
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The formula for water, H 2 0, shows that each molecule contains two atoms of hydrogen and one atom of oxygen. 2 hydrogen, 1 oxygen atoms combine to make up a molecule of water. entails
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The relationship between trees and certain mushrooms that grow beneath them is beneficial to both organisms. A(n) beneficial relationship exists when a certain type of tree’s roots need a fungus present in order to grow normally. entails
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We are also building genetic maps, containing large numbers of polymorphic markers that can be used to study inheritance in pedigree, and physical maps, consisting of overlapping clones covering the genome, joined and anchored by unique points, which can be used for cloning genes. The pedigree chart model can be used to trace genetic inheritance. neutral
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The chemical energy of foods is most often expressed in units of calories or kilocalories (kcal). A calorie is used to express the amount of energy in food. entails
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Everywhere on earth, oxygen makes up 20.96% of the gas in air (almost all the rest is nitrogen). Oxygen and nitrogen make up most of the earth's atmosphere. entails
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metabolism The sum of all chemical reactions (energy exchanges) in cells. The sum of all chemical reactions that take place within an organism is known as metabolism. entails
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One can quickly distinguish between metals and nonmetals based on their placement on the Periodic Table of the Elements. Elements on the periodic table of the elements are classified into categories such as metals and nonmetals. entails
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These chromosomes carry the genes that are composed of the chemical, Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA) . Genes are composed of dna. entails
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Educators need to identify the unique characteristics of each child, instead of assuming that all children who share a heritage share the same complement of characteristics. All cells share the characteristic that they need energy. neutral
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An increase in the number of predators A fewer predators is most likely to cause the number of rabbits living in an area to increase. 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. A calorie is used to express the amount of energy in food. entails
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Many of these types of fungi form highly specialized, mutually beneficial associations called Mycorrhizae with the roots of living trees . A(n) beneficial relationship exists when a certain type of tree’s roots need a fungus present in order to grow normally. entails
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In most areas with predators and beaver trapping, they live 10 years or less. A fewer predators is most likely to cause the number of rabbits living in an area to increase. neutral
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For example, each group receives water for one day. One example of matter is water. neutral
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Mercury Mercury is the 1st planet to the sun. Mercury is always closer to the sun than it is to earth. entails
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Air masses, their nature and properties; One of the properties of an air mass is that an air mass has similar temperature and moisture properties throughout it. neutral
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In this area, bite marks caused by fish predators being the most common. A fewer predators is most likely to cause the number of rabbits living in an area to increase. neutral
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A primary greenhouse gas, carbon dioxide, is intimately linked with ecosystem processes through the ecosystem carbon cycle. A primary role of decomposers in an ecosystem is that they cycle matter by returning carbon and other matter to the ecosystem. neutral
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We have moved from the nonmetals to the metals. In a comparison of metals to nonmetals, metals tend to have greater conductivity and higher melting points than nonmetals. neutral
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and any 2nd year science course GLG360H Earth Surface Systems and the Lithosphere 26L, 39P An introduction to the methods for studying sedimentary rocks in surface and subsurface. The thin layer of rock on earth's surface is the lithosphere. neutral
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The endocrine system is a system of hormones responsible for regulating an organism's development, growth, reproduction, and behavior. The endocrine system produces hormones to regulate growth, development, and reproduction. entails
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You know that the metabolism is the sum of all the chemical reactions that take place in the body, and that most of those chemical reactions are catalyzed by enzymes . The sum of all chemical reactions that take place within an organism is known as metabolism. entails
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The endocrine system is the collection of glands that produce hormones that regulate metabolism, growth and development, tissue function, sexual function, reproduction, sleep, and mood, among other things. The endocrine system produces most of the hormones that regulate body functions. entails
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Seismologists study the location and force of earthquakes and trace the behavior of earthquake waves to interpret the structure of the Earth. Studies of earthquake waves have helped scientists determine the structure of earth's interior. entails
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The endocrine system consists of a set of glands and the hormones they produce, which help guide the development, growth, reproduction and behaviour of animals and human beings. Most hormones are produced by the endocrine system. entails
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The energy available in food is measured in calories , a unit of heat. A calorie is used to express the amount of energy in food. entails
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In comparison with the lithosphere or atmosphere it is a relatively thin layer. The thin layer of rock on earth's surface is the lithosphere. neutral
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a molecule has 2 hydrogen atoms but only 1 oxygen. 2 hydrogen, 1 oxygen atoms combine to make up a molecule of water. entails
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A molecule of water is two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom. 2 hydrogen, 1 oxygen atoms combine to make up a molecule of water. entails
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Each water molecule contains one atom of oxygen and two atoms of hydrogen. 2 hydrogen, 1 oxygen atoms combine to make up a molecule of water. entails
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Metabolism is the sum of all the chemical reactions that take in and transform energy and materials from the environment. The sum of all chemical reactions that take place within an organism is known as metabolism. entails
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One example is the use of water changes. One example of matter is water. neutral
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The Hiyama-coupling is a palladium-catalyzed cross-coupling reaction of organosilanes with organic halides used in organic chemistry to form carbon-carbon bonds (C-C bonds). Carbon (c) is essential to living organisms because carbon bonds in many ways with itself to form chains. neutral
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A predator of rodents, rabbits, birds and the like, this is a sizeable snake. A fewer predators is most likely to cause the number of rabbits living in an area to increase. neutral
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Solar, wind, hydroelectric, geothermal and biomass electricity generation are example of renewable energy sources. Biomass is an example of a renewable energy resource. entails
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238 for nonmetal to metal. In a comparison of metals to nonmetals, metals tend to have greater conductivity and higher melting points than nonmetals. neutral
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An air mass by definition is a large dome of air which has similar horizontal temperature and moisture characteristics. One of the properties of an air mass is that an air mass has similar temperature and moisture properties throughout it. entails
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Composed of DNA, genes are the basic unit of inheritance and provide the instruction manual for how to make the body function. Genes are composed of dna. entails
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Classify an element as a metal, nonmetal, or metalloid based on its location on the periodic table. Elements on the periodic table of the elements are classified into categories such as metals and nonmetals. neutral
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Your endocrine glands produce hormones that control all your body functions. The endocrine system produces most of the hormones that regulate body functions. entails
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This is a mutually beneficial relationship where the hyphae of the fungus grow around the roots of trees, enabling the fungus to receive moisture, protection and nutritive byproducts of the tree, and affording the tree greater access to soil nutrients. A(n) beneficial relationship exists when a certain type of tree’s roots need a fungus present in order to grow normally. entails
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CROSS A breeding of one variety of grape with another to obtain a more desirable offspring. Selective breeding involves choosing certain organisms to reproduce with one another in order to pass on specific, desirable traits to their offspring. neutral
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Analyze the structure and function of cells, tissues, organs, and systems, and their interactions in living organisms including the human body. The sequence cell → tissue → organ → organ system identifies the levels of organization of body structures in a human from simplest to most complex. neutral
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one existing example is the Pacific Water and Waste Association. One example of matter is water. neutral
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Of all the tissues and organs in the human body the nervous system is the most intricate and complex, consisting of more than one trillion neurons. The sequence cell → tissue → organ → organ system identifies the levels of organization of body structures in a human from simplest to most complex. neutral
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Identify metals, nonmetals, and metalloids. In a comparison of metals to nonmetals, metals tend to have greater conductivity and higher melting points than nonmetals. neutral
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If that were the case, breeding him might well pass that trait on to his offspring. Selective breeding involves choosing certain organisms to reproduce with one another in order to pass on specific, desirable traits to their offspring. neutral
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Metabolism is the sum total of all chemical reactions performed by an organism. The sum of all chemical reactions that take place within an organism is known as metabolism. entails
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In each molecule of water, there are 2 hydrogen atoms and 1 oxygen atom. 2 hydrogen, 1 oxygen atoms combine to make up a molecule of water. entails
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In addition to the specific traits chosen as the aims of breeding, parents are selected which possess other generally desirable traits such as vigor and size. Selective breeding involves choosing certain organisms to reproduce with one another in order to pass on specific, desirable traits to their offspring. neutral
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Each cell of the body contains the 46 chromosomes, each chromosome is packed with millions of genes that will determine a child's every characteristic. A cell’s chromosomes contain genes. entails
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The earth's atmosphere consists primarily of oxygen and nitrogen; Oxygen and nitrogen make up most of the earth's atmosphere. entails
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Each water molecule has two atoms of hydrogen and one atom of oxygen. 2 hydrogen, 1 oxygen atoms combine to make up a molecule of water. entails
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A biogeochemical cycle shows the cycling of matter between abiotic and biotic components in an ecosystem. A primary role of decomposers in an ecosystem is that they cycle matter by returning carbon and other matter to the ecosystem. neutral
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Within the plant cells (usually leaf cells), the cytoplasm contains organelles called chloroplasts where photosynthesis takes place. Photosynthesis occurs in the chloroplast. entails
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Each gene is actually composed of DNA specifically designed to carry out a single body function. Genes are composed of dna. entails
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Comet Comets are chunks of ice and rock that may be the result of a collision between two moons, planetary bodies, or a small planet and a moon. The setmoons, planets, and comets contains only objects that shine as a result of reflected light. neutral
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The planet is compared to Mercury, Earth, Jupiter and Saturn, and 51 Peg is compared to the sun. Mercury is always closer to the sun than it is to earth. neutral
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The Law of Superposition, which states that in an undisturbed horizontal sequence of rocks, the oldest rock layers will be on the bottom, with successively younger rocks on top of these, helps geologists correlate rock layers around the world. The law of superposition is best described by: in undisturbed layers of sedimentary rock, the lowest layers contain the older rocks. entails
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Traditional animal breeding involves selecting the best parent animals to produce desirable offspring. Selective breeding involves choosing certain organisms to reproduce with one another in order to pass on specific, desirable traits to their offspring. neutral
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All the other rocky planets -- Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars -- are located in the inner solar system, close to the Sun. Mercury is always closer to the sun than it is to earth. neutral
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The survivors breed and pass on the resistance trait to their offspring. Selective breeding involves choosing certain organisms to reproduce with one another in order to pass on specific, desirable traits to their offspring. neutral
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Metabolism is simply the sum of all the chemical reactions taking place in a living system. The sum of all chemical reactions that take place within an organism is known as metabolism. entails
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It might also be noted that the introduction of the rabbits would change the carrying capacity of the area for predators like owls and foxes. A fewer predators is most likely to cause the number of rabbits living in an area to increase. neutral
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Photosynthesis takes place in the chloroplast of the cells of green plant tissue. Photosynthesis occurs in the chloroplast. entails
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Mychorrizal Fungi is a beneficial fungus that forms a relationship with the plants' root system. A(n) beneficial relationship exists when a certain type of tree’s roots need a fungus present in order to grow normally. entails
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A calorie is a unit of heat used for energy for our body s metabolism, or simply, how our body burns food to get energy. A calorie is used to express the amount of energy in food. entails
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The long ears of rabbits are most likely an adaptation for detecting predators. A fewer predators is most likely to cause the number of rabbits living in an area to increase. neutral
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The endocrine system consists of glands which produce hormones that work together to guide development, growth, reproduction and behavior, and to maintain normal function of various organs. The endocrine system produces hormones to regulate growth, development, and reproduction. entails
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A gene is composed of DNA and protein. Genes are composed of dna. entails
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Metabolism- all the chemical reactions that take place in a cell or organism; The sum of all chemical reactions that take place within an organism is known as metabolism. entails
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1.5 Plant cells contain chloroplasts, the site of photosynthesis. Photosynthesis occurs in the chloroplast. entails
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Describe how carbon and nitrogen are cycled within an ecosystem, including the roles of microorganisms. A primary role of decomposers in an ecosystem is that they cycle matter by returning carbon and other matter to the ecosystem. neutral
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endocrine A system of ductless glands secreting hormones into the bloodstream and targeting another organ to produce a response. Most hormones are produced by the endocrine system. entails
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List structures found in plant cells and not in animal cells. A cell wall is found in a plant cell but not in an animal cell. neutral
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They live in open habitat and run to escape predators rather than hiding in the woods like the rabbit does. A fewer predators is most likely to cause the number of rabbits living in an area to increase. neutral
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It is the endocrine glands that produce hormones that regulate the body's growth, metabolism, autonomic system and sexual development and function. The endocrine system produces hormones to regulate growth, development, and reproduction. entails
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Plant cells have a cell wall, animal cells do not. A cell wall is found in a plant cell but not in an animal cell. entails
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Although the causes are not entirely known, scientists believe the body's own immune system attacks and destroys insulin-producing cells in the pancreas. The immune system typically recognizes, attacks, and destroys foreign cells or substances that may cause disease. neutral
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List structures found in animal cells and not in plant cells. A cell wall is found in a plant cell but not in an animal cell. neutral
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Cancer is an uncontrolled division of abnormal cells. Abnormal cell division may result in cancer. entails
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They usually live alone in swamps, and are generally the most dangerous predator in the area they inhabit. A fewer predators is most likely to cause the number of rabbits living in an area to increase. neutral
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The chief components of the Earth's atmosphere are nitrogen and oxygen. Oxygen and nitrogen make up most of the earth's atmosphere. entails
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Animal cells lack cell walls and chloroplasts, which are present in most plants. A cell wall is found in a plant cell but not in an animal cell. entails
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Examples include biomass-to-energy applications; Biomass is an example of a renewable energy resource. neutral
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Finally, it has been proposed that the initial polio infection causes an autoimmune reaction, in which the body's immune system attacks normal cells as if they were foreign substances. The immune system typically recognizes, attacks, and destroys foreign cells or substances that may cause disease. neutral
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Renewable resources potential for renewable energy production such as wind, solar, small hydropower and biomass must be promoted and subsidised against fossil-fuel energy production. Biomass is an example of a renewable energy resource. entails
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Given the likely low proportion of ferrets expected to die as a result of secondary 1080 poisoning (see above), most of the reduction in the number of sighted predators was probably due to a reduction in rabbit abundance. A fewer predators is most likely to cause the number of rabbits living in an area to increase. neutral
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Now, large daily fluctuations in flows from one dam, for example, can change water levels downstream by as much as 3.5 feet in a matter of hours. One example of matter is water. neutral
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The endocrine system consists of glands and the hormones they produce that guide the development, growth, reproduction, and behavior of human beings and animals. Most hormones are produced by the endocrine system. entails
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that is, factors in the immune system, including antibodies, attack cells in the person's own body as if they were foreign substances. The immune system typically recognizes, attacks, and destroys foreign cells or substances that may cause disease. neutral
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In spite of this reduced heat input, the surface temperature of Venus is higher than that of the Earth. Venus has a warmer average surface temperature than earth. entails
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In addition, the small pieces of prairie mean more edge habitats, which causes more predators to live there and that increases predation of the box turtle that is already suffering from less total habitat area. A fewer predators is most likely to cause the number of rabbits living in an area to increase. neutral
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D structures will help scientists determine better the effects of the sun on the earth. Studies of earthquake waves have helped scientists determine the structure of earth's interior. neutral
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Of particular relevance is the role of terrestrial ecosystems in the global carbon cycle. A primary role of decomposers in an ecosystem is that they cycle matter by returning carbon and other matter to the ecosystem. neutral
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A new public gazebo at the water's edge is one such example. One example of matter is water. neutral
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Inorganic, Bioinorganic, and Organometallic Chemistry --Supports research on the synthesis, structure, and reaction mechanisms of molecules containing metals, metalloids, and nonmetals encompassing the entire periodic table of the elements. Elements on the periodic table of the elements are classified into categories such as metals and nonmetals. neutral