Fish would die or would have adapted to freeze for a few months. : -}
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what cell population would be most affected by mitochondrial cytopathies diease
a moist enviroment( lakes, pond)
The sense of taste would be affected by the lack of smell. The sense of taste influences food preferences and food choices.
Diffusion of nonpolar molecules would not be affected by charge. Allosteric inhibition is generally a result of binding regulatory molecule at a site other than the active site.
if it froze from the bottom up, it would not be able to melt (like in deep lakes) and the life on the bottom of the lake, pond etc. would die.
#1- Its would take longer that usual to freeze the lake ( depending the depth ) #2- The life at the botton of the lake would die from the coldness and then the other life at the top would die cause if the top DOESNT freeze then nope of the life dies
Life on earth would probably be impossible, as lakes and rivers would freeze from the bottom up becoming completely solid (not the top down leaving liquid at the bottom) killing anything there. As life began in water, being unable to exist there it could never have moved to the land or air.
Froze is the past tense of freeze. An example sentence would be: She left her cup in the snow and it froze.
Lakes and oceans would be effected because if the boiling point changed, the water could evaporate...not sure about the atmosphere. Sorry!
Time is the measurement of a change from one state to another. If it somehow froze, nothing would move.
The past form of "freeze" would be "froze."
Plants do not get as cold
He froze in his steps just like a deer in the headlights. The water on the bird bath froze last night when the temperature dipped below 30F. I almost froze to death without my jacket. She froze in terror and then let out a scream that would curdle milk. It was so cold outside his tongue froze to the flagpole when they dared him to lick it.
Conroe, Texas is about forty miles from Houston, but it is inland. It is near lakes, but it is not directly near an ocean, so it is doubtful it would be affected by ocean currents.
It would be ice
Ice is less dense than water so it floats on water. This is useful because it insulates the remainder of the water but also means that aquatic life will not die as they would if water froze upwards.