BIOLOGY COLLEGE

Where does perception occur?

spinal cord
cerebral cortex
receptors
thalamus

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Answer 1
Answer:

Answer:

cerebral cortex

Explanation:

The cerebral cortex is formed by the gray matter (which contains the neuron's cell body), and is also the site of the most sophisticated and distinctive neural processing. It is a thin layer, the outermost of the vertebrate brain, which has a thickness that can vary from 1 to 4 mm. It coats the white medullary center of every brain.  The cerebral cortex is considered one of the most important parts of the nervous system, after all, it is in the cerebral cortex that impulses produced by the sensory pathways will arrive and where they are interpreted. It is also from the cortex that the nerve impulses that initiate and command voluntary movements come out. In addition, cerebral cortex is the center of understanding and reason, responsible for memory, perception and language.


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HIGH SCHOOL

Which of the following statements is true? A.Cartilaginous joints allow slight movements in response to twisting and compression.

B. Symphyses joints allow slight movements in response to twisting and compression.

C. Synchondroses joints allow slight movements in response to twisting and compression.

D. All of the above

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D. All of the above

Explanation:

A cartilaginous joint that is structurally amphiarthrotic in nature allows for slight movements in response to twisting and compression. The main function of cartilaginous joint is to permit to “give” upon these movements to prevent injury.

The symphyses refer to the joining of fibrocartilaginous pads and bones. These are also amphiarthrotic and flexible in nature allowing for slight movements in response to twisting and compression. The symphysis pubis and intervertebral disc joint allow for slight movements.

The synchondroses are also cartilaginous joints which have multiple hyaline cartilage layers arranged in between the adjoining bones.  

HIGH SCHOOL

Lysosomes are known as sucidal bags of the cell.why?

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Lysosomes, are vesicles which contain lysosomal enzymes, which break down the components of the cell when the lysosomes burst open and the cell is destroyed

Answer:

Explanation:

Lysosomes, are vesicles which contain lysosomal enzymes, which break down the components of the cell when the lysosomes burst open and the cell is destroyed

MIDDLE SCHOOL

In the following conversation, which group discussion technique does Emily most clearly show?
HAN:
Even though (the author of the article is saying that the
radiation hasn't made Japan's exported food dangerous to
eat, he's pulling out all the stops to make it seem as if
Japan really messed things up, even though there's proof
the disaster couldn't be prevented.
EMILY:
So you think the theme isn't really about the contamination,
but about how Japan can't prevent natural disasters from
destroying the reactors?
A. Challenging established ideas
O
B. Assessing the claims of your discussion partner
O
C. Using evidence to support your conclusions
O
D. Using parallel structure and audience appeals

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Answer:

Option B, Assessing the claims of your discussion partner

Explanation:

Emily has asked the discussion partner a question that raise doubts on their statements on one hand and on the other hand shows the interpersonal skill of Emily to analyse the facts and figures.

She has tried to get the answer of her doubts from her discussion partner itself without any direct contradicting or questioning.

Option B is correct

Answer:

Explanation:

B. Assessing the claims of your discussion partner

COLLEGE

Natural ______ is a mechanism for of evolution in which certain individuals from a population exhibit enhance reproductive success based on inherited characteristics

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Natural Selection is the term you're looking for.
Answer:  "selection" .  
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"[Natural] selection"
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