Define adaptive advantage?
Having a certain aspect that alows you to ajust to a certain area or live on that cetain area.
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it is like this. You can't lift a Car with the force what you can apply through your hands. But the same force through use of a Jack it is possible. This is mechanical advanta…ge.That is multiplying the efforts through a mechanism.
The exoskeleton on the crayfish is an adaptive advantage because itgives the crayfish support and protection. Unlike humans who havean internal skeleton, the exoskeleton prote…cts the crayfish fromits predators. In the case of support, the crayfish's ligament andmuscles attach to the exoskeleton, which provides a structure forits internal organs and muscles. The internal skeleton, whichprovides support, does not provide the same protections as anexoskeleton; however, the exoskeleton also has its disadvantagessuch as molting. When the crayfish molts, it takes all the calciumout of its previous exoskeleton and holds it in two pockets in itshead. The crayfish then flexes its posterior and pushes all theblood toward its anterior, cracking the shell. After climbing out,the crayfish is totally vulnerable to predators because it takes acouple days for the new exoskeleton, which has already developedbut is thin and weak, to harden. The calcium stored from the oldexoskeleton helps the new one harden, but it still takes a while.
When a company or an individual makes a product or carry out acertain economic activity better than its competitors is calledcomparative advantage. A comparative advantage giv…es the company anadvantage to make higher profits.
When a stimulus is applied for a prolonged period, the rate of receptor response slows and our conscious awareness of the stimulus declines or is lost until some type of stimu…lus change occurs.
Predator Adaptations What Predator Adaptations are really are just like what they "have" or "use" to get food or servive... like for a Lion... some Adaptations would be Shar…p Claws & Sharp Teeth... Same for a Bear... I would expand on this a little more but I think most of you get what I mean. Peace!
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A character that helps in survival .
The ratio of output force to input force.
the heat energy expended in response to changes in ambient temperature and the digestion and absorption of food
Algoritham 1, a step-by-step method of solving a problem or making decisions, as in making a diagnosis. 2. an established mechanical procedure for solving certain mathema…tical problems. Properities of the algorithm ) Finiteness: - an algorithm terminates after a finite numbers of steps. 2) Definiteness: - each step in algorithm is unambiguous. This means that the action specified by the step cannot be interpreted (explain the meaning of) in multiple ways & can be performed without any confusion. 3) Input:- an algorithm accepts zero or more inputs 4) Output:- it produces at least one output. 5) Effectiveness:- it consists of basic instructions that are realizable. This means that the instructions can be performed by using the given inputs in a finite amount of time. Advantage- The term algorithm is now applied to many kinds of problem solving that employ a mechanical sequence of steps, as in setting up a computer program. The sequence may be displayed in the form of a flowchart in order to make it easier to follow. In computational devices with a built-in microcomputer logic, this logic is a form of algorithm. As computers increase in complexity, more and more software algorithms are taking the form of what is called hard software. That is, they are increasingly becoming part of the basic circuitry of computers or are easily attached adjuncts, as well as standing alone in special devices such as payroll machines. Many different applications algorithms are now available, and highly advanced systems such as artificial intelligence algorithms may become common in the future.
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Advantage is that it gives a specific response. In a secondary exposure it responds so quickly you may not even feel sick. It is able to retain a long term memory against that… specific pathogen as well. Disadvantage is that primary exposure it takes 1-2 weeks to start producing a response against a foreign pathogen. Also it is possible for your adaptive immunity to attack self cells, also called autoimmunity.
In statically typed languages(like C or C++) constants have the advantage that they don't need to be loaded each time they are called. Also, they don't occupy additional memo…ry.
Some examples of advantageous adaptations are thumbs, thick skin, separation of veins and arteries, wings, lungs, gills, and the list goes on.
So the species can reproduce and survive. WRONG!! Adaptions are of no use to a species as adaptions are the result of adaptive change which is the purview of natural sel…ection and only INDIVIDUALS are selected. The adaptions of individuals help them to survive and, more importantly, have reproductive success over conspecifics in the immediate environment. Then alleles are changed over time in the population and evolution occurs, but the adaption is an individual process that leads to wide allele change and progeny having the adaption. Remember, individuals are selected while populations evolve.
It makes the programming both simpler and more natural. For example, if you have a data type for "date" (assuming the language doesn't support this data type natively), you ca…n pass a "date" as a single parameter to a function/method. Also, the function/method can return a date (note that in most languages, a function or equivalent can only return a single value).