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What is the classification of oxygen?
1. (Obligate) Aerobe 2. Facultative anaerobe 3. Microaerophile 4. Anaerobe 5. Aerotolerant anaerobe
okay do you mean cycle of breathing and stuff look: You probably breathe about 20 times every minute. If you are running or playing hard, you might take 80 breaths a mi…nute. When you inhale air through your nose or your mouth, that air takes off on an incredible journey. First it goes down the back of your throat, past your voice box, and into your windpipe, or trachea. Your trachea is like a tunnel that branches off into two more tunnels called BRONCHIAL tubes or BRONCHI. Each bronchial tube goes off to one of your lungs. It doesn't matter whether the air goes to the right lung or the left lung. Both lungs do the same job...Inside your lungs, the bronchi are like upside-down trees. They split into smaller and smaller branches and then into many twigs. The twigs end in tiny air sacs called alveoli. So far, the air has just been along for the ride. Inside the alveoli the air really goes to work. Its job is to keep us ALIVE! The job of the air in your alveoli is to bring oxygen into your body and take carbon dioxide out. Oxygen and carbon dioxide are two invisible gases in air. The secret to doing this job is BLOOD .The air in your alveoli sends oxygen into your blood. Your blood flows through a system of tubes called blood vessels. First, blood full of oxygen goes to your heart. Your heart is like a big pump. It sends the oxygen-filled blood whooshing off to all parts of your body. The blood vessels that deliver oxygen are called arteries. Arteries branch off into smaller and smaller tubes. The tiniest blood vessels are called capillaries. Capillaries reach every cell in your body and drop off the oxygen. In your cells, the oxygen works with food to make energy for you. P.S: I am sorry I just know this!!!
Oxygen is a gas that we breathe in.
Classification means to put things into groups according to their characteristics. Living organisms are arranged in different groups due to their similarities and di…fferences. This grouping is called CLASSIFICATION.
Superregnum: Eukaryota Regnum: Plantae Divisio: Magnoliophyta Classis: Magnoliopsida Ordo: Asterales Familia: Asteraceae Subfamilia: Asteroideae Tribus: Madieae … Genus: Eriophyllum Species: Eriophyllum latilobum wooley sunflorer Superregnum: Eukaryota Regnum: Plantae Divisio: Magnoliophyta Classis: Magnoliopsida Ordo: Asterales Familia: Asteraceae Subfamilia: Asteroideae Tribus: Heliantheae Subtribus: Unassigned Genus: Helianthus Species: Helianthus annuus sunflower Common Sunflower Kingdom:Plantae Class:Magnoliopsida Order:Asterales Family:Asteraceae Genus:Helianthus L. Species:Helianthus annuus L.
Oxygen is an element which is a gas at room temperature and constitutes approx 20% of Earth's atmosphere. It reacts with many substances to form oxides. The chemical symbol …for Oxygen is O, No. 8 on the periodic chart. Oxygen is a byproduct of photosynthesis in most autotrophs (plants) and is used in cellular respiration in most animals, including insects, fish, birds, reptiles, and mammals. It is the useful part of the air for humans and animals. It is grouped with carbon dioxide as one of the respiratory gases. Metabolism in animals combines carbon with oxygen, creating energy and carbon dioxide. Oxygen is a component of air that is about 21% in composition. It has an atomic number 8.
Aerobic bacteria respire oxygen. Anaerobic bacteria do not. They respire for example nitrogen.
Oxygen is what we breath. It allows our body to turn food into energy, and makes cellular respiration possible.
refers to the process of adding oxygen to a medium such as water or BODY TISSUE
Classification is the grouping of things based upon similarity, and similar evolution patterns
What do you mean by classification what are different types of classification what are method of classification?
The classification of organisms is a system of arranging the organisms into groups or sets on the basis of similarities and differences. The two types of classification are:- …(i) plant kingdom (ii) animal kingdom
Domain: Eukarya Kingdom: Protista/Protist Phylum: Tubulinea Class: Sarcodia Order: Tubulinida Family: Amoebidae Genus: Amoeba
classification refers to identifying, naming and grouping of organisms into formal system based on similarities of their internal and external structure or evalutionary histor…y RIGHT OUT OF THE BIOLOGY BOOK :D
The seven classifications are kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, and species. The seven classifications are also known as taxonomy.
A classification paragraph simply refers to a group of sentences that aim to express and develop one main idea. The main idea can be seen in the topic sentence.