On the periodic table, you will see that they are grouped into different groups. Well, on the right, you have the groups, obviously. You are supposed to match the elements to the group that it is in.
(If you don't know the groups, you can find one online under images.) Hope this helps! Please give brainliest answer!
Microscopic organisms that are disease-causing agents are calleda. toxins. b. carcinogens. c. pathogens. d. antibodies.
The answer is C. Pathogens
Microscopic organisms that cause diseases are known as pathogens. They include bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites that invade and interfere with the host's functions, leading to diseases and infections.
The correct answer to the question, "Microscopic organisms that are disease-causing agents are called," is c. Pathogens. A pathogen is any organism that causes disease in its host. This includes a variety of organisms, such as bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites. They invade the host's body and interfere with its functions, leading to various diseases and infections. In comparison, toxins are the harmful substances produced by organisms, carcinogens are substances that can lead to cancer, and antibodies are proteins produced by the immune system to combat pathogens and toxins.
What is expected to happen to the birth rate as population density and competition increase?
birth rate should increase, not necessarily the amount of kids per family, but if every two people in the world has three children, the population increases dramatically because there are two children replacing the parents while adding another child into the world.
Cold fronts appear on weather maps in areas of
- Large temperature and air pressure decrease
- Temperature and air pressure increase
A mass of cold air moves in to replace a mass of warm air
Why is it difficult to reduce human population growth
because people are always growing and being born.
because a lot of people fall in love and so forth
A pea plant is heterozygous for both seed shape and seed color. S is the allele for the dominant, spherical shape characteristic; s is the allele for the recessive, dented shape characteristic. Y is the allele for the dominant, yellow color characteristic; y is the allele for the recessive, green color characteristic. Think about the gametes this parent plant will produce. List the alleles in each gamete.
During gametes production, alleles randomly separate producing different combinations in daughter cells. The gametes in this example are YS, Ys, yS, ys.
How are gametes formed?
Gametes are formed during meiosis. Meiosis is a cell division process that produces gametes from germ cells. Through Meiosis, a diploid cell (2n) produces four haploid daughter cells (n).
According to the segregation principle, alleles separate independently during gametes formation.
In anaphase I, homologous chromosomes separate, and each of them migrate to the opposite poles of the cell carrying one of the alleles. This random event leads to different chromosomal combinations in the daughter cells.
Now, let us analyze the problem,
Plant ⇒ heter0zyg0us for both seed shape and seed color ⇒ SsYy
S is the dominant allele and codes for spherical shape
s is teh recessive allele and codes for dented shape
So, you would make a punnet square. You would put the capital S and lowercase s on the top of it and then the capital Y and lowercase y on the side. Then you should have SY, sY, Sy, and sy as your outcomes.
Higher animals and plants most likely have
Higher animals and plants most lively have oogametes