What is ment by paranoid​

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Answer 1
Answer: 1 : characterized by or resembling paranoia or paranoid schizophrenia a paranoid psychiatric patient. 2 : characterized by suspiciousness, persecutory trends, or megalomania behaving in a paranoid manner with accusations of persecutions. 3 : extremely fearful was so paranoid that he was afraid to walk the streets.
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when you are seeing thing that is not there or when you are having illusions

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you have selected the following prediction to test: Previously thinned forests will have higher tree survival than adjacent forests that were not thinned. Now you need to define the key variables that you will use to test this prediction. For the following variables, sort them as independent variables, dependent variables, or variables that should be controlled (held constant)1. thinning or no thinning before the fire elevation of the site 2. dominant tree species 3. tree survival rate after the fire A. Independent variableB. Dependent variable C. Controlled variable

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A. Independent variable 2. dominant tree species

B. Dependent variable  3. tree survival rate after the fire

C. Controlled variable 1. thinning or no thinning before the fire elevation of the site

Explanation:  

A. An independent variable doesn't undergo changes during the experiment because it is not conditioned by other variables in the experiment. In this example, dominant tree species represent a variable that is independent of the experiment itself.

B. A dependent variable is those that you need to measure and depends on the other factors in the experiment. In this example, tree survival is dependent on the factors that affect the results (i.e. humidity in the trees, presence of resinous material in the trees that are non-combustible, etc.)

C. A controlled variable is those that we use to observe an expected outcome in the experiment and therefore it is used to compare with the test group. In this case, thinning or no thinning are used as positive and negative controls, respectively, because they enable their comparison with the test group in the experiment.  

Complex sugars are called what

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Complex carbohydrates, also known as polysaccharides

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Polysaccharide or complex carbohydrate

The blueprint of genetic code is known as

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messenger RNA

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messenger RNA (mRNA)

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mRNA is responsible for transcribing the bases of DNA into a blueprint for making proteins

Mycoplasma A. lack peptidoglycan.B. are the smallest free-living organisms.C. have sterols in their membranes.D. are killed by penicillin.E. lack peptidoglycan, are the smallest free-living organisms AND have sterols in their membranes.

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E. lack peptidoglycan, are the smallest free-living organisms AND have sterols in their membranes.

Explanation:

Mycoplasmas are also called pleuropneumonia-like organisms (PPLO) are the smallest free-living, prokaryotic organisms. They do not have a cell wall and is bounded by a plasma membrane which contains sterol.

Since cell wall is absent in them, they lack peptidoglycan. These are present in animals, plants, insects, soil and sewage. They grow better in the aerobic environment but can also live as facultative anaerobes.  

Mycoplasma cause infection, affects cell metabolism, gene expression.

Absolute zero temperature is not the zero energy temperature.explain​

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The absolute zero is the temperature at which molecular motion ceases i.e translational kinetic of molecules become zero, but the molecules possess the potential energy, according to the Kinetic theory of gases. Thus, the absolute zero is not the zero energy temperature.

Which of the following statements best distingueshes hypothesis from theories in science?a. Theories are hypotheses that have been proved.
b. Hypothesees are guesses; theories are correct answers.
c. Hypotheses usually are relatively narrow in scope; theories have broad explanatory power.
d. Theories are proved true; hypotheses are often contradicted by experimental results.

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Answer: c. Hypotheses usually are relatively narrow in scope; theories have broad explanatory power.

Explanation:

In scientific decipline, the hypothesis is a tentative statement which is produced by the method of prediction and assumption based on direct observation of the natural phenomena or event. It can be tested by using the experimental methodology.

Theory is a explaination for the cause of natural event or phenomena. This is based on the evidences obtained after experimental trials. A hypothesis can be used for generation of theory. A theory is more explanatory approach because of the details and evidences than hypothesis. Hence, c is the correct option.