BIOLOGY MIDDLE SCHOOL

Describe the path of an electrical impulse as it moves through a MOTOR neuron?

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Answer 1
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The path of movement of electrical impulse starts from the dendrites. Then it passes through cell body, axon, axon terminal and to the dendrites of another neuron through the synapse. Myelin sheath acts as insulator, Nodes of ranvier are small gaps in axons which facilitate the impulse transfer.


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Which direction is vertical velocity to a flying object

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This answer completely depends on the trajectory of the flying object. If it is increasing in altitude (such as a plant at take off) then it will have a positive vertical velocity directly upward (perpendicular to the ground). If the object is cruising (like a plane) at a fixed altitude, the vertical speed and velocity will be zero, so there will be no angle. If the object is descending in altitude, then there will be a vertical velocity with direction toward the ground.
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Which three factors affect the formation of magma?

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Temperature, pressure and composition. 
Temperature, Pressure and composition.
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The initial period of population growth for a species in an environment is

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Exponential.

When you start off with a small group of people, and if they all have 2-3 children, and these children grow up to have another 2-3 children themselves, the population will increase exponentially
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Since any single diploid organism only has two alleles per gene in their nuclear genetic material, the gene pool for a population of that organism can only have two alleles occurring in it. Group of answer choices True False

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The given statement is false because a gene pool has more than 2 alleles for a gene

What are alleles?

Alleles are the alternate form of a gene. For example- Gene is the responsible color of eyes color can have 2 or more than two alleles as Green, Brown, Blue, Black.

A gene is the functional unit of heredity. Genes are responsible for the characteristics of organisms.

A diploid organism has 2 sets of chromosomes, so an organism can bear only 2 alleles but in the population, many other alleles can exist.

Therefore, the given statement is false because a gene pool has more than 2 alleles for a gene.

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False

Explanation:

A diploid organism can have only two alleles for a particular gene. However, a gene may have more than two alleles. The gene for the ABO blood type has three alleles. The gene pool of a population can have more than two alleles for a gene since different organisms may have various combinations of the multiple alleles of a gene. For example, some individuals of a human population may have I^A and I^B alleles while others may have I^A and "i" alleles in their genomes. This population would have three alleles for the ABO gene.

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