Explain how birth and death rates effect population size and carrying capacity of marine
Show how biotic and abiotic factors influence carrying capacity of marine populations
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-Substrates bind to the enzyme at the active site, forming an enzyme-substrate complex. An
enzyme-substrate complex forms when there is a collision between a substrate molecule and an
-Enzymes are complementary to substrates (enzyme specificity).
-Electron microscopes have a maximum resolution of 0.5nm, while light microscopes have a
resolution of 200nm. Therefore, you can see more organelles using an electron microscope.
-Resolution is the ability to distinguish between two points.
-The four stages of mitosis (in order) are prophase, metaphase, anaphase, and telophase.
-During prophase, chromosomes coil up, centrioles move to the poles of the cells, and spindle
-During metaphase, chromosomes line up at the equator of th
-The heart is myogenic and does not need to be stimulated to contract and relax. The heart is an
-The mammalian circulatory system is a double closed circulatory system because blood only
travels inside blood vessels and the blood pass
-Obesity and rickets are both forms of malnutrition. Rickets is also a deficiency disease.
-Emphysema involves degeneration of the lung tissue.
-Carcinogens are the agents that cause cancerous growth.
-Active immunity is long-lived and not immediate. Arti