Does caffeine affect other animals the same way as it does with humans?
Do animals get gonorrhea?
Asked in Meteorology and Weather
How does the weather and climate in a particular countryplace affect its in habitants humans and other living things?
Asked in Microbiology, Science Experiments
How can fungus like protists affect humans and other animals?
Asked in Goldfish
What happens when you put caffeine in a goldfish bowl with a fish in it?
Humans are actually one of the only creatures that can safely metabolize caffeine without too many adverse side effects. Studies have shown that Caffeine is considerably toxic to other animals, especially smaller animals. While I have no first hand experience I can only imagine that the Caffeine would kill the fish.
Asked in Animal Life, Ecosystems
How do humans affect the population of other animals?
Humans usually affect the population of other animals badly. Most species decline in number, get sick, hunted and eventually die/go extinct (think of apes, deer, wolves). However, there are animals who profit from humans, like pets, farm animals, rats and gulls, but also cockroaches, ants and other insects. Most bacteria also do well under human influence. Wild animals, who can't be domesticated, are not influenced for the good by humans. Although we 'try' to protect them, humans do on the whole more harm than good.
Asked in Extinct Animals
How do the extinctions of other creatures affect humans directly and indirectly?
How does animals extinction affect the other animals?
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What is the study of physical structure of humans or other animals?
Asked in Caffeine
How Does the caffeine in tea affect the body differently than the caffeine in coffee?
There is no difference in the ways that caffeine from different sources will affect the body. The caffeine from tea will act the same as the caffeine from coke, chocolate, coffee, red bull, or any other caffeine-containing product. However, there are differing levels of other chemicals in tea and coffee that will affect you, as well as the differing caffeine concentrations. Theobromine and Theophylline are two chemicals of the many that are found in differing concentrations between these two drnks, and these may affect you in different ways. But before comparing the caffeine in Tea and Coffee, first check the concentrations of caffeine in these drinks- although the tea leaf has more caffeine in it, not all of this is released, and as such coffee is typically much stronger in terms of caffeine than tea, and so will affect you more.