Why is the rate of precession increasing?
There are many examples of precession. Which one are you referring to?
Over time the moon's gravity will drastically alter Earth's Similarly precession will eventually alter Earth's?
Increasing heart rate does not increase stroke volume. At first, increasing exertion increases both heart rate and stroke volume. As the heart rate increases, the time spent in diastole decreases, so there is less time for the ventricles to fill with blood. The stroke volume therefore stops increasing, and as the heart rate approaches the maximum heart rate the stroke volume may begin to decrease.
Increasing the temperature of the reaction will always increase the rate, though the actual yield will depend on whether the reaction is exothermic or endothermic. Increasing the pressure of the reactants will increase the rate if the molecules are gaseous, as will increasing the concentration if the reactants are in a solution.
Usually, increasing concentration of reactants increases the rate of reaction, but increasing concentrations of products reduces the rate of reaction. However, if one reactant is already present in large stoichiometric excess over another, increasing the concentration of that reactant may not increase the rate of reaction at all, and if the free energy of reaction is large enough in magnitude, increasing the concentration of products may not reduce the rate of reaction at all.
What is differences in the heart rate measured for ECG at rest and the heart rate measured for ECG after mild exercise?
Which statement correctly describes how this increased demand would lead to an increased rate of ATP production?
Temperature affects living things mainly by affecting the rate of chemical reactions. These are catalysed by enzymes, which are speeded up by increasing the temperature. The Calvin cycle is a series of chemical reactions, so increasing the temperature increases the rate of reactions in the Calvin cycle and so increases the rate of photosynthesis.