Drag each tile to the correct location. Not all labels will be used. Identify the phases in the life cycle of small and big stars. supernova: In this stage, the star collapses and produces elements heavier than iron. planetary nebula: In this stage, the star emits strong energy pulses that push away the outer layers creating a cloud of ionized gas around the core. neutron star: In this stage, the star has reduced to an extremely dense core. white dwarf: In this stage, the star has reduced to a dense core.
In this stage, the star collapses and produces elements heavier than iron.
In this stage, the star emits strong energy pulses that push away the outer layers creating a cloud of ionized gas around the core.
In this stage, the star has reduced to an extremely dense core.
In this stage, the star has reduced to a dense core.
Once a neuron is stimulated and the membrane potential is depolarized, the depolarized axonal membrane is helped to return to its resting potential by opening voltage-gated K+ channels, allowing K+ to flow out of the cell down its concentration gradient.(a) True (b) False
The cell membrane separates the cell from the outer environment. The extracellular fluid contains the sodium ions (Na+), chloride ions (Cl-), while intracellular fluid contains potassium (K +) and negative anions.
The potential difference arises when the membrane is selectively permeable to some ions. The resting potential is -70mV.
When the neurons get excited, the sodium ions start to enter by sodium channels.
Now there are more positive ions inside the cell membrane. It disturbs the resting potential i.e. -70mV. This stage is known as depolarization.
When the inside environment of the cell is more positively charged, the potassium ions start to move out of the cell. It goes out by the voltage-gated channels. Thus resting stage is maintained and it is known as repolarization.
But the initial stability of the cell membrane has to be maintained. To restore the resting stage, the sodium ions start to move out of the membrane and potassium ions enter into the cells again. This is an active transport and has done by the Na+ - K+ pump. Here 3 sodium ions move out and 2 potassium ions pumped into the cell through the plasma membrane.
Thus the resting potential regains. The potassium ions come back into the cells against the concentration gradient and ATP provides the energy for this phenomena.
Neuron or nerve cell may be defined as the structural and functional unit of the nervous system. The neurons conduct the nerve impulse and helps in the transmission of signals.
The depolarization of the cell occurs due to the influx of sodium ions into the cell. For the cell membrane to be in resting potential, the potassium ions moves inside the cell from outside the environment and not out of the cell of the organism.
Thus, the correct answer is option (b).
which variable appears to control leaf production in these plants and is the indecent variable in this scientific investigation ?
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We find DNA on the ___, In every living cell that an organism ownsa. chromosomes b. reproduction c. mitosis
We find DNA on the chromosomes, in every living cell that an organism owns. So, the correct option is A.
What is Chromosome?
The word chromosome comes from the Greek words for color (chroma) and body (soma). Chromosomes are so named because they are cell structures, or bodies, that are strongly stained by certain color dyes used in research.
Chromosomes are defined as structures found inside the nucleus of a cell that are organized into genes from proteins and DNA. Each cell normally has 23 pairs of chromosomes.
These are threadlike structures which are made of protein and a single molecule of DNA that serve to carry the genomic information from cell to cell.
A Chromosome is some thing carrying genetic information in the form of genes.
Describe briefly how you would detect the presence of a non-culturable prokaryote in an environmental sample.
Using microscopy methods such as fluorescence microscopy and polymerase chain reaction (PCR).
A bacterium that is viable but non-culturable refers to those bacteria that are in a very low metabolic state (dormant state) that don’t grow but is alive. Methods based on culture will not be able to detect a viable but non-culturable bacteria, because these bacteria will not grow and in few cases if the bacterium could be cultured, it only grows in very specific conditions. The most common methods used to check for the presence of bacteria that are viable but non-culturable is the fluorescence microscopy. The disadvantage of this technology is that don’t discriminate between live and dead cells, it only detects its presence. Another common technology is a polymerase chain reaction (PCR), that detects DNA, but this technique also doesn’t discriminate between living or dead cells. But usually is combined with stains to detect a damaged of the membrane, this damage refers to nonviable bacteria.
What grow downward into the soil to form roots
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The primary root, or radicle, is the first organ to appear when a seed germinates. It grows downward into the soil, anchoring the seedling. In gymnosperms and dicotyledons (angiosperms with two seed leaves), the radicle becomes a taproot
Which of the following is a disadvantage of using biopower?A. It requires mass production of crops. B. It is readily available in most places. C. It produces net-zero emissions. D. It is biodegradable
A. It requires mass production of crops.
Of all the options the only one that represents a disadvantage is that biopower requires mass production of crops because it could cause loss of biodiversity, degradation of soil quality, soil erosion, food toxicity (due to pesticide residues) and pollution ( use of fossil fuels for agrichemical manufacture, farm machinery and long-distance distribution).
The fact that it is readily available in most places, produces net-zero emissions and is biodegradable are all advantages.
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