Deep water rises along the coast of Peru to replace surface water carried away from the coast by strong winds. Why is upwelling important?
Upwelling is important to mix the nutrients that are present deep inside the water.Updewelling is a phenomenon in which the deeper water rises and gets mixed to the surface water to promote the growth of phytoplanktons and seaweeds as the water that is present deep inside is rich in nutrients.These phytoplanktons serve as as source of energy for large fishes and other aquatic animals. As these large animals are higher in population and are an important part of food chain and they also provide food to different marine mammals ,sea birds.The deep water infuses with costal water so to serve as a fuel for high productivity of marine ecosystem.
What is the system of naming species using two words
Binomial nomenclature is the system of naming species using a unique two-word name.
What Do You Get When You Multiply An Object's mass times the acceleration?
When you multiply an objects mass times the acceleration, you get the net force. So, net force is, objects mass times the acceleration.
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Mass times the accelertation equals the force. (F)=MxA
Which features of ingenious rocks are determined by their cooling rate ?
In igneous rocks, the texture is determined by their cooling rate.
(NEED HELP ASAP) An investigation was set up to determine the effectiveness of a particular fertilizer on the growth of bean plants. In the investigation, each of the 10 bean plants in group A was watered with 50 milliliters of a solution of distilled water and fertilizer, while each of the 10 bean plants in group B was watered with 50 milliliters of distilled water only. Both groups of plants were watered every other day for 1 month and grown under identical environmental conditions. The control group for this investigation was. . .A. Group A only
B. Group B only
C. Both group A and group B
D. Neither group A nor group B
B. Group B only
Control group is a research group that does not receive the substance being tested in the experiment. In the case shown in the question above, the experiment sought to test the effectiveness of a specific fertilizer in the growth of bean plants. For that, plants received the fertilizer (which is the tested substance) while plants did not receive the fertilizer (received only water), in this case, the plants that received only water are the control group of this experiment.
Group B is the control group.
What happen when carbon monoxide mixed with oxygen? how it can reduce amount of oxygen?
1. What happen when carbon monoxide mixed with oxygen? CO2 + O2 : nothing special. As the previous responder said, this is a common mixture in our lungs and in the air we breathe. Carbon dioxide will not react with oxygen, because it is already completely oxidized. Under normal conditions of temperature and pressure, again, nothing special -- from here you'd separate out the hydrogen as a fuel source. However, the reaction is reversible, and once you got past the activation energy, the reaction to form water and carbon is exothermic, and could be potentially dangerous if contained.
Where does photosynthesis occur??
photosynthesis occurs in the chloroplast.
Photosynthesis occurs in the chloroplast of a plant cell. To get into even more detail, the light-dependent reaction occurs on the thylakoid membrane and the light-independent in the stroma.