Asked in Genetics
Which combination of characteristics in a poplulation would provide the greatest potential for evolutionary change?
Asked in Population
What characteristics of a population would most likely indicate the least potential for evolutionary change?
Asked in Genetics
Which characteristics of a population would most likely indicate the lowest potential for evolutionary change in that population?
Asked in Demographics
Which characteristics of a populations would most likely indicate the lowest potential for evolutionary change in that population?
Describe the action potential the characteristics and the direction?
Asked in Relationships, Biology, Insects, Genetics
What organelles are used in investigating evolutionary relationships?
Asked in Chemistry
What are some similar characteristics of acids and bases?
Asked in Evolution
What is the potential to interbreed in the evolutionary species concept?
Asked in Chemistry, Energy
What are some characteristics of potential energy?
Asked in Physics, Chemistry, Kinematics
What is the combinatoin of all the kinetic and potential energy of an object?
Asked in Earth Sciences
When examining the geology of a region for potential useable aquifers what characteristics or factors would you consider?
Asked in Taxonomy
How is scientific name different than a common name?
Scientific names employ the naming system Binomial nomenclature, which lists an organism according to genus and species, as Genus species. This eliminates the potential for multicultural ambiguity and confusion, as scientific names are universal. Also, the nomenclature of an organism tells you about its evolutionary characteristics, something common names usually do not even suggest.
Asked in Geology
What characteristics or factors affect potential aquifers?
Asked in Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO)
What are the real or potential hazards of GMOs?
How much potential energy does one rubber band possess?
Asked in Philosophy and Philosophers
The study of classical texts caused humanists to focus on what subject?
Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
How is sodium pumped out of a neuron?
during action potentials, sodium and potassium cross the membrane of the synapse after the threshold of membrane potential is reached. There, sodium leaves the synapse and the membrane potential is now positive. this is known as depolarization. then during repolarization, the sodium channels close and the potassium channels open to stabilize the membrane potential. during this time, a second action potential cannot occur and this is an evolutionary advantage because it allows rest in the nerve cells and it allows the membrane potential to equalize.