BIOLOGY MIDDLE SCHOOL

Observable changes when baking a cake

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Answer: You can see how much the cake rises. also how the color many change in different time stages. 

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//PLEASE HELP 100 POINTS!!!// Why are you experiencing your current season? Describe the current position of the Earth and how it relates to your temperatures today.

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Earth’s tilted axis causes the seasons. Throughout the year, different parts of Earth receive the Sun’s most direct rays. So, when the North Pole tilts toward the Sun, it’s summer in the Northern Hemisphere. And when the South Pole tilts toward the Sun, it’s winter in the Northern Hemisphere. The average temperature on the surface of Earth depends on a number of factors. These include the time of day, the time of year, and where the temperatures measurements are being taken. Given that the Earth experiences a sidereal rotation of approximately 24 hours – which means one side is never always facing towards the Sun – temperatures rise in the day and drop in the evening, sometimes substantially.

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How can DNA and RNA make a protein if they are made of different molecules?

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DNA molecules undergoes transcription and synthesize mRNA and than mRNA leads into formation of various amino acids by translation process. These amino acids are actually the building blocks of proteins and gives a final structure via various local and global interactions among themselves. folding of all proteins are mediated by various cellular factors.

They both work in the production of amino acids. Amino acids make up protein.
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For a future settlement on the moon, about how long will each period of daylight for the settlers last?

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The day on the Moon for any future settlers will last roughly around 29.5 days.

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The Moon, as all the space objects that are not bright themselves, have day and night. Every space body though has its own specific duration of the day, and that depends on the speed of rotation around its axis, as well as the position of the other space bodies and do they interfere in any manner. In the case of the Moon, it rotates around its own axis, but also around the Earth, and together with the Earth around the Sun.

One Moon day, if we take its rotation around its axis, lasts 27.3 Earth days. The rotation around the Sun though, and the interference of the Earth actually prolong the day on the Moon, and it is 29.5 Earth days. This mean that any future settlers on the Moon will have a day lasting almost as a whole month on Earth, and that can prove to be a big problem, as such drastic difference can cause lot of psychological and physical problems at organisms evolved for a totally different patterns of day and night.

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How many nucleotides make up a signal codon?

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Think it should be 3 :)
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