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The region that contains the genetic information in a bacterial cell is called the

Answer: The integumentary system covers the surface of the body is true about the integumentry system. Explanation: The integumentary system includes the skin, nails, glands, hairs, and nerves. Its main role is to act as a barrier to protect the body from the outside environment. It also retains body fluids, …

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Bacterial colonies can triple in size every 4 days. if you start with 150 bacteria microorganisms, how large would the colony be after 16 days?

Answer: 3 hours.           Step-by-step explanation: Let x be the time taken by shoe repairman to repair one pair. We have been given that his assistant, who takes twice as long to repair a pair of shoes. So time taken by his assistant to repair one …

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Where does a bacterial cell store its dna?

Answer: Helicases unwind the two parental DNA’s strands and creates the replication fork; single strand binding proteins keep the single strand from joining. Further information: • DNA replication: a biological method occurring in all living organisms that is the basis for biological inheritance • Helicase: It is an enzyme that …

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Inflammation ________. is caused by viral activity to enhance the spread of the disease is caused by bacterial activity to enhance the spread of disease slows the healing process with swelling that can impair bodily function brings more leukocytes to the sight of infection

Charlie had a waist circumference of 47 inches and a BMI of 29 this shows that she is overweight. BMI test level is high from normal ranges shows that she is at higher risk of disease. She should lose weight and concern to the doctor. Further Explanation: Body mass index …

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A bacterial culture grown in a glucose-peptide medium causes the ph to increase. the bacteria are most likely fermenting the glucose. oxidizing the glucose. using the peptides. not growing.

The correct answer to this would be: “inability of many medium ground finches to feed on large, hard seeds” The medium ground finches feed on seeds. However, the birds have two variations in the bill shape: some birds have wide, deep bills while others have thinner bills. The large-billed birds …

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The nurse is caring for a client diagnosed with bacterial meningitis. which clinical manifestation should the nurse monitor for, indicating increased intracranial pressure?

The best response the nurse can make would be: “While bipolar disorders are genetic, there are other causes as well.” This is because although a single definitive cause has not yet been determined, it has been agreed by researchers that a combination or interaction of genes, neurobiology, upbringing, life history, …

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Bacterial growth in food can be controlled by monitoring which two factors?

Answer: Indicator are the substances that are used to show the presence or absence of different substances in your solution. A hypothesis is a proposed explanation of some phenomenon. In this situation we can made a hypothesis like “If the mystery food is tofu then it will react with the …

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A change in a sequence of DNA bases in a bacterial cell has resulted in a mutation. This mutation has increased the ability of the bacteria to break down and digest organic molecules in the environment. Bacteria with this mutation are better able to find and utilize food sources. According to the theory of natural selection, what is MOST likely to occur in future generations of this bacteria? A) The relative frequency of the mutation will increase as time passes. B) Because the mutation has changed the DNA of the bacteria, a new species will be formed. C) Because the mutation is abnormal, the mutation will become more rare with every passing generation. D) Bacteria with the mutation will increase in number until the food supply is exhausted, causing the bacteria to become extinct.

Answer: The correct answer would be B. CO, which comes from fossil fuel–powered engines, such as cars. As the name suggests the primary pollutant is defined as the pollutant emitted directly from the source. For example, carbon monoxide which is produced due to incomplete combustion is emitted directly from cars, …

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In a recent experiment, anti-bacterial hand sanitizer was compared to hand soap. Students washed their hands using the sanitizer or soap and warm water for two minutes; then they dried their hands with a paper towel. The standard of comparison was rubbing hands vigorously for 2 minutes in warm water, without any soap or sanitizer, and then drying with a paper towel. The sanitizer advertisement claimed to kill bacteria more effectively than any soap. After washing, hands were swabbed and then the swab applied to a culture plate and incubated. Finally, the bacterial cultures were counted and recorded in the data table. Students concluded that the hand sanitizer was most effective in killing bacteria. How would you respond to the students’ conclusion?

Answer: The correct answer is option D. Explanation: All these processes are the physical processes which happen during the phase change of matter. 1. Melting: In this process, water changes its state from solid to liquid. In solid, particles were orderly arranged but in liquid, the particles went apart from …

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Antibiotics are effective at treating bacterial infections. why is dr. chilton predicting that earl will suffer from intestinal distress after taking ciprofloxicin

Participating only in cardiovascular exercises is not recommended change in physical activity of aging individuals. Further explanation: Cardiovascular exercises are the aerobic exercises that require a lot of energy and leads to drastic increase in heart rate of an individual. During cardiovascular exercise, the body utilizes a large amount of …

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How are bacterial cells drifferent from the cells of eukaryotes

The right matches are: 1. nuclear envelope  is matched with b. 2.centriole  is matched with  a. 3.interphase is matched with j. 4.furrowing  is matched with h.   5.anaphase  is matched with g. 6.spindle apparatus is matched with f. 7.chromatin is matched with i. 8.haploid is matched with c. 9.meiosis is …

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