How does air pressure affect the temperature?
if the dna sequence of a gene was tacttaccgagctagact then what kind of mutation has occured This has nothing to do with the question of air pressure. Either a change of temperature or a change of volume can affect air pressure, according to Boyle's Law of Gases. Increasing temperature=increased air pressure Decreased volume=increased air pressure The reverse is also true. Decreased temperature=decreased air pressure Increased volume=decreased air pressure
Air pressure does not affect transverse sound waves. The temperature is most important to do that. The speed of sound in air is determined by the air itself and is not dependent upon the amplitude, frequency, or wavlength of the sound. Look at the link: "Speed of Sound in Air and the effective Temperature".