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What will happen to a person with excessive secretion of growth hormones from the pituitary gland


Excess secretion of growth hormones can cause abnormalities in the growth process in children and adolescents. It could cause gigantism. In adults, excess of these hormones can cause a condition called acromegaly where there is bone thickening. Hope this answers the question. 

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What might happen to the cell if the cell membrane stopped working?

 If the cell membrane would stop working, then there wouldbe no diffusion of the water inside

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What might happen to a person whose nervous sand endocrine systems fail to maintain homeostasis?

A failure of homeostasis -- the balance of essential physiological states -- means disaster for the organism. Failure to maintain body temperature leads to hypothermia or heatstroke. Failure to maintain energy balance can result in obesity and diabetes. Failure to maintain calcium balance in the blood leads to hypocalcemia or hypercalcemia. Failure to maintain water balance results in dehydration or hyperhydration. 

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Explain what has to happen to join 2 monosaccharide units into a disaccharide.

A disaccharide is produced by joining 2 monosaccharide (single sugar) units.  For example 2 glucose molecules are combined using a condensation reaction with the removal of water.

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what happens to atp after it binds to the protein?

That's super easy Atp releases energy and hydrolyzes, becomes adp to perform work!

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How does a vaccine work? A. It kills viruses. B. It protects cells from viral infection. C. It prepares the immune system to recognize viruses. D. It prevents viruses from being transmitted from an infected person.

Basically all a vaccine is would be cells from the virus that is injected into you but the catch is the virus has been altered to prepare your immune system for what is to come if you catch the original virus so the correct answer would be C hope this is helpful for you.

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What happens to the ATP after it binds to the protein?

After ATOP binds to the protein, ATP releases energy. After releasing energy, ATP hydrolyzes and turns into ADP to perform work. 

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What happens when we mix corn starch and water? Why does it happen? ☺

It turns into oobleck which is very fun to play with. It has a solid property when pressure is put on it and it is a liquid when no pressure is on it as to why I am not very sure but I hope I helped a little bit!

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An explanation for certain behaviors or occurrences which have happened or will happen that is based on many tests and examples is a scientific theory. science experiment. research question. variable.

Scientific theory
Scientific theories are used to explain a trend of observations. Each time the same observation occurs in an experiment, the theory is strengthened; however, it may be disproven if contradictory results are obtained in a valid experiment.

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Which of the following is NOT true about ATP? glucose breaks down into ATP without any initial energy input. (It just spontaneously happens) Energy is stored in the bonds of the phosphate group cells make and use ATP ferns, slime molds, dogs, and fish all use ATP for energy in the cells

A option i.e; glucose breaks down into ATP without any initial energy input. (It just spontaneously happens) does not make sense to make while all other are correct. So, the best option will be the A. because A option is not true about ATP.

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What happens when we mix cornstarch and water ? why does that happen? ☺

applying pressure to the mixture increases its viscosity or thickness in other words. it will make a goo and if you tap on it while its on a surface than it will feel hard because it forces the cornstarch particles together. 

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How might upward growth of cities be a better choice than outward growth? a. Upward growth affects less land area than outward growth. b. Upward growth helps moderate pollution problems. c. Upward growth has no limitations. d. Upward growth has no environmental impact.

Answer:

Option A, Upward growth affects less land area than outward growth

Explanation:

Upward growth of cities is nothing but the construction of tall building (or vertical development). This causes development of compact cities in which several component of cities are included into a small space due to which land requirement reduces. In other case , cities growing in outward direction (horizontal growth) require large piece of land to accommodate all its components. Thus, upward growth is a better choice as compared to the outward growth in lieu to requirement of lesser land area.

Hence, option A is the correct answer

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What is the main purpose of the organ system shown above? A) receives stimuli, integrates information, and directs the body B) transports nutrients, gases, hormones, and wastes through the body C) provides support for the body and protects delicate internal organs D) provides mobility and controls the movement of materials through some organs

Answer:

The most appropriate answer would be C) provides support for the body and protects delicate internal organs.

The skeletal system consists of bone, ligaments, cartilages and other tissues.

The main functions of a skeletal system in a human being are:

  • Support: It provides the framework and support to the body which helps in maintaining the shape of the body. For example, lungs would have collapsed in absence of rib cage and associated muscles.
  • Movement: It helps in movement and locomotion of the body.
  • Protection: It protects the internal organs of the body. For example, the skull protects the brain, vertebrate protects the spinal cord et cetera.
  • Blood cell production:  Haematopoiesis mainly occurs in the bone marrow.
  • Storage: It can store minerals like iron and calcium.
  • Endocrine regulation: Osteocalcin released from bone cells contributes to the blood sugar (glucose) regulation and fat deposition.

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If the growth rate of a population decreases as the population size approaches the carrying capacity, the population growth is described as

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What can happen when you have taken much more than the normal amounts of vitamins?

Although it may sound good to have too much of a vitamin, it's really not. Taking too much can hurt you. different vitamins can cause things such as nausea, diarrhea etc.

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What can happen to enzymes if pH, temperature, or concentration changes?

Enzymes (Catalysts) work best under specific conditions. If those conditions, e.i. pH, temperature or concentration, changes, then they may not work properly. 

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Explain what can happen over million of years to the carbon compounds in organisms that can die and decompose?

Most becomes carbon dioxide and the rest of it often becomes fossil fuels such as coal

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What must happen before a chemical reaction can begin?

Before a chemical reaction can start energy must be absorbed by the reactants. The amount that must be absorbed to start the reaction is called the activation energy.  you're right, the activation energy must be reached.

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Many environmentalists believe that reducing human population growth could improve environmental issues. True or False

True, many believe that human population growth is what is causing an environmental downfall because we have to keep building and using water and creating more pollution. 

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How might upward growth of cities be a better choice than outward growth? a. Upward growth affects less land area than outward growth. b. Upward growth helps moderate pollution problems. c. Upward growth has no limitations. d. Upward growth has no environmental impact.

The answer is A.) Upward growth affects less land area than outward growth.

Think about how much more land all of our buildings would take up if they were only one story tall. Having multiple stories definitely makes an impact on the amount of land used.

Hope this helped! :))

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Compare and contrast what happens in mitosis and meiosis and discuss the importance of each process to a living organism.

In mitosis, the first stage is prophase. The nucleolus disappears and the two centrosomes begin to form the mitotic spindle. The spindle xtends between two opposite poles f the cell. Next is the metaphase. The centromeres of the chromatid pairs align at the center of the miotic spindle. Then anaphase, the centromeres will split that separates the chromatid pair. They are now called chromosomes. The last phase is the telophase. The chromosomes will then form a thread-like chromatin and for ache envelope, a nucleoli appears. The type of cell division that produces gametes with half the normal chromosome number is the meiosis. Meiosis is the type of cell division used in sexual reproduction. It will occur in the testes and ovaries.

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