The nervous system is comprised of two major subdivisions, the central nervous system (CNS) and the peripheral nervous system (PNS).
What makes a heterogeneous mixture different from a homogeneous mixture? The components are mixed unevenly instead of evenly within the heterogenous mixture.
Insoluble instead of soluble particles are suspended within the heterogenous mixture.
Two liquids that normally are not mixable are mixed in a heterogeneous mixture.
The components within a heterogeneous mixture are elements instead of compounds.
The correct answer is that the components are mixed unevenly instead of evenly within the heterogeneous mixture.
A heterogeneous mixture basically refers to any kind of mixture, which is not uniform in composition. It is an uneven mixture of smaller component parts. In the heterogeneous mixture, with the help of certain procedures, the mixture can be separated from each other.
On the other hand, a homogeneous mixture refers to a liquid, solid, or gaseous mixture, which exhibits the similar ratios of its constituents all through a given sample.
You get violently ill one hour after eating a meal. what possible form of food intoxication might you have contracted? e. coli staphlococcus aureus salmonella camplybacter jejuni
What happens if the hydrogen pumps in photosystems 1 and 2 are not working properly
The chloroplast will not produce ATP or NADPH.
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Photosynthesis uses _____ to produce atp nadph and o2