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To increase the amount of oxygen that could be dissolved in water you would need to?
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How could you increase the amount of solute dissolved?
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What could increase the amount of oxygen in the air?
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What are two ways to increase the amount of erosion or deposition in a stream-table experiment?
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How could you increase patients oxygen saturation?
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What will help a gas stay dissolved in a solution?
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Why is an increase in size a disadvantage to a dragonfly to get oxygen?
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What are the ecological concerns in tropical rain rainforests?
A large amount of undiscovered species in the tropical rainforest biome could become extinct before science has a chance to discover them. The tropical rainforest cuts down on the amount of Carbon Dioxide in the atmosphere, but does not increase the relative amount of oxygen because it is net oxygen neutral. Sediments in the soil could be washed into the water shelf due to deforestation. Large-scale flooding could result due to a massive amount of water not being absorbed by organisms in the environment.
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Is humidity the water in the air or the lack of water in the air?
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What is the future tense of the word increased?
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What is limiting factor?
A limiting factor is the factor that stops a process from proceeding as quickly as it could. A limiting factor sets the overall rate of a process. For example, if you are growing crops, increasing the amount of oxygen would increase the yield. The oxygen would be the limiting factor in this case - if there was more of it, the yield of crops will increase, but if there's a lack of it, the yield of crops can't increase, even if you improve other conditions e.g. increase CO2
How do people increase the amount of land erosion?
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What method did Chinese farmers use to increase the amount of level land so they could plant?
Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
What is the significance of Haemoglobin?
Mammalian cells need a lot of energy, so they must have a continual supply of oxygen for respiration. Oxygen is not very soluble in plasma; 100ml off blood could only carry 0.2 ml of oxygen if it relied on oxygen being dissolved in the plasma. Haemoglobin (found in red blood cells) contains four active sites where oxygen molecules can be attached. Haemoglobin molecules increase the oxygen-carrying capacity of blood by 100 times, to about 20ml of oxygen in 100ml of blood.
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What will happen if the oxygen will increase?
What could reduce the amount of oxygen blood can carry?
Asked in Pollution
Why does the level of dissolved oxygen go down after sunset?
no Answer: There are several factors that could impact the levels of dissolved oxygen in natural water during the evening and night time. None of these are over riding enough to state that the DO levels would go up or down in all situations: * Cooler temperatures would increase the solubility of oxygen in the water. Oxygen already in the water would tend to stay there. * Temperatures in the water would go down decreasing the activity of any decomposition, slowing the reduction of oxygen levels. * Plants (algae etc.) would stop producing oxygen by photosynthesis * Plants would continue their respiration and consume oxygen * Winds are often calmer in the evening reducing aeration of the water through wave action
Asked in Fossil Fuels, Coal (fuel source), Natural Gas
The burning of fossil fuels such as coal natural gas or oil can rapidly increase the amount of what?
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What happens when you exercise and there is not enough oxygen available?
Asked in Hungary, Sharks, Great White Sharks, Bull Shark
A virgin shark in Hungary gave birth to what some are referring to as shark Jesus so if this shark turned water in to wine could he live in it?
It depends on the type of wine. For example, the amount of dissolved carbon dioxide in a champagne or sparkling wine would poison the shark; but in most types of wine I would expect there is enough dissolved oxygen for the shark to breathe. I suppose he could live quite happily (as I would), but he'd have to get out to pee, or he'd spoil the flavor.