A volcano that is fairly symmetrical and has both layers of lava and pyroclastic deposits is a _____.cinder cone volcano


pyroclastic volcano


composite cone volcano


shield volcano

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Answer 1
Answer:

Answer:

Composite cone volcano

Explanation:

Composite Cone Volcanoes are large volcanic buildings with long, generally conical shape, usually with a small crater on the summit and steep flanks, constructed by the interleaving of lava flows and pyroclastic products emitted by one or more conduits, which can be punctuated. over time by episodes of partial cone collapse, reconstruction and changes in conduit location.

Compound volcanoes are found in all regions of volcanism, but it is in plate convergence zones, where a tectonic plate subdows (plunges) toward the earth's mantle beneath another tectonic plate, that these volcanic buildings are most abundant. The magmatic expression of a converging plate margin environment is usually a series of sub-regularly spaced Compound Volcanoes, forming a sub-parallel volcanic arch to the tectonic fossa.

Answer 2
Answer:

composite cone volcano


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Facts about Cytoplasm for kids

Which group of organisms would Schleiden have been most likely to study?flower, pine tree, or cactus

mushroom, slime mold, or mildew

jellyfish, elephant, or jaguar

ant, spider, or beetle

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Answer:

flower, pine tree, or cactus

Explanation:

I believe the answer is flower, pine tree, or cactus because he concluded plants are made of cells:)

When mucus collects in the tubes to the lungs it gives rise to an unpleasant rise. Name this.

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that would be bronchitis.

Choose all the answers that apply.Homeostasis _____.

is a required characteristic for living organisms
is controlled by the hypothalamus in animals
only occurs at the organism level
requires the ability to sense changes in the external environment
is maintained in a cell by the cell membrane

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Answer:

  • is a required characteristic for living organisms
  • is controlled by the hypothalamus in animals
  • only occurs at the organism level

Explanation:

Homeostasis is the condition of relative stability that the body needs to perform its functions properly for the body's balance. Homeostasis: word of Greek origin, whose meaning already defines very well what it becomes: homeo- = similarity; -stasis = putting in, stability.

Despite changes that may occur in the body, internally or externally, homeostasis is the constancy of the internal environment (interstitial fluid). Keeping it at an adequate temperature (37º C) it ensures that the necessary exchanges for the body take place; and, thus, the cells of the body develop.

Those responsible for controlling homeostasis are the nervous system and the endocrine glands. For example, insulin (which is a hormone) acts to reduce glucose levels when it is too high. Another example: In the case of an increase in body temperature, the sweat glands are caused to release more sweat; for they receive the command of nerve impulses; that way, the body is cooled.

In summary, we can say that homeostasis:

  • is a required characteristic for living organisms
  • is controlled by the hypothalamus in animals
  • only occurs at the organism level

Cleanness o organizations

Explanation:

During the first and third quarter moon phases, there isn’t much difference between the ocean level during high tide and low tide. What is the name of the tide that occurs during these moon phases? Why is it smaller than tides at other times in the lunar cycle?

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The neap tides occur during the first and last quarter phases of the Moon, when the Moon's orbit around Earth brings it perpendicular to the Sun.

What are Tides?

Tides are defined as the rise and fall of sea level that occurs due to the combined effect of the gravitational forces exerted by the Moon and also due to the Earth and the Moon orbiting each other where Tide tables can be used for estimated time and dimensions.

High and low tides are caused by the moon where the gravitational pull of the moon produces something called tidal force. Tidal forces cause the Earth and its water to bulge on the side closest to the Moon and on the farthest side from the Moon where these bulges of water are high tides.

The neap tide is defined as seven days after the spring tide which refers to the period of mean tide when the Sun and the Moon are at right angles to each other.

Thus, the neap tides occur during the first and last quarter phases of the Moon, when the Moon's orbit around Earth brings it perpendicular to the Sun.

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Answer:

"What is the name of the tide that occurs during these phases?"

Explanation:

Neap Tides :)

Which statement BEST describes a relationship between the organisms in the food web shown above?

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Answer:

Arthropods decreases, Birds decreases

How do viruses differ from bacteria, fungi, and parasites?

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Virues are different from bacteria, fungi and parasites, beacuse they can not survive without the presence of a host organism.They need a host to reside into, replicate, obtain nutrition and thrive. Outside host, they are just present as proteins or capsids.
Parasites are a piece of a vast gathering of living beings called eukaryotes. Parasites are not the same as viruses or bacteria infections on the grounds that their cells share many components with human cells including a characterized core. A few parasites just imitate inside a host living being, however, some can increase openly in the earth.