Describe two ways in which waves travel, and give an example of each.
Basically, sound waves carry noises through the air to our ears. SEISMIC WAVES travel inside the Earth and cause earthquakes. Light, heat, radio, and similar types of energy are carried by a variety of waves in the ELECTROMAGNETIC SPECTRUM. Some energy waves need a medium, such as water or air, through which to travel.
Help Please! "Which of the following is a thin pair of sedimentary beds that can be used to measure absolute time?"A. Varves
B. Radiometric Dating
The answer is A. Varves Hope this helps!
Why do we need energy?
because with out energy we wouldn't be moving and we would always be sleeping.
Plants use the light from the sun to grow. Animals and people eat the plants and use the energy that was stored. Food is fuel for our bodies' energy needs like muscle power. We also use our own bodies to make heat energy.
Which type of organic molecule is a starch? A. protein B. nucleic acid C. lipid D. carbohydrate
I believe it is carbohydrates.
The type of molecule would be carbohydrates.
the process of photosynthesis converts the energy from sunlight into the chemical energy stored in what bonds
organic molecules e.g(sugar)
The process of photosynthesis converts light energy from the sun into chemical energy, primarily stored in the bonds of glucose. This occurs in two stages, the light-dependent and light-independent reactions, using ATP and NADPH as intermediate energy carriers. The glucose can be further metabolized to drive cellular processes.
The process of photosynthesis converts the energy from sunlight into the chemical energy stored primarily in the bonds of glucose, a simple sugar. This occurs in two main stages: the light-dependent and the light-independent (or dark) reactions. During the light-dependent reactions, energy from sunlight is absorbed by chlorophyll and converted into chemical energy stored in molecules of ATP (adenosine triphosphate) and NADPH (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate).
These energy-laden molecules are then used in the light-independent reactions to convert carbon dioxide from the air into glucose. This process resembles 'recharging' the energy in the morning to be spent throughout the day. Ultimately it takes 18 molecules of ATP and 12 molecules of NADPH to synthesize one molecule of glucose, a total of energy equivalent to approximately 54 ATP molecules.
This glucose molecule can be further combined with or converted into other types of sugars. When the sugars are consumed by cells, the glucose is broken down through a series of complex reactions to extract the energy stored within it. This harvested energy is again stored in ATP molecules, which serve as the primary 'energy currency' within cells to perform various essential tasks.
Which term best indicates the structures represented by the circle labeled X?(1) organelles (3) organ systems
(2) chromosomes (4) tissues
There are three circles the innermost circle indicated the cells middle circle is the tissues and the outermost circle indicated the organs. Multicellular organisms are made up of thousands of different types of cells .Different cells constitute together forma a tissues and different tissues form a organ and different organs together form an organ system. Hence the X labeled circle denotes the tissues.