Myth: Drinking extra water leads to weight loss. Fact: Water is a great help to dieters due to the fact that it has no calories but it has no direct correlation to weight loss. Dehydration If you become dehydrated what should you do? • If you start to feel dizzy, go sit in the shade and drink some water. • If you’re in a prolonged activity such as a sporting event, drink a more sugary drink that contains electrolytes that will give you some energy and also rehydrate your body.
Answer = The weather would be calm in decreased temperatures because you don’t see condensation or evaporation happening when the temperature is cooler. The weather would produce more condensation and more evaporation if the temperatures increased. I think this because let’s say you have a cold can of soda. When you take it out of the refrigerator it’s cold. After a few minutes you start to see the condensation forming on the outside of the can as the can’s temperature changes because it’s no longer in the refrigerator.
This is done when we use the bathroom. Water also helps break down food in our stomachs. Without water it would be impossible for our body to break down the food that we eat and goes to our blood cells and that’s what gives us energy. There are also other reasons that our body needs water. Water also acts as a shock absorber for our eyes, brain and other vital organs.
This causes it to reproduce blue colonies of bacteria. 5. We did not add plasmid to the control plate because it did not have any bacteria on it to cause a reaction. 6. We put the bacteria through a heat shock because that is how hot it would be in a human body, therefore, making it a natural
Sports drinks are no match for water because they do not hydrate you as well. In order to get your body’s satisfaction from sports drinks, you’d have to drink more just to be equally as replenished to a smaller amount of water. Sports drinks are not worthy opponents to water regarding hydration. Not only is water plentiful, but it is also simple. When dealing with sports drinks, you would have to choose wisely.
Experiment 11 is composed of cold liver and 2 mL H2O2. We anticipated that the reaction rate should be very low because a low temperature means a low reaction rate. At low temperatures, particles move slower and therefore there is a lower amount of collisions between the enzymes and the substrates. Based on observations, the reaction rate was fairly high which came as a surprise for us, this is not what we had anticipated. The reaction rate was given a 3.
They have a pretty wide toleration for the water that they live in, even though they prefer a cooler more alkaline water in the in the 7.5-8.5 range with temperatures between 65-77 F(Ball). If the water pH strays to far from the preferred range, calcium deficiency could result and affect the molting of crayfish. Crayfish are omnivores, as they eat both meat and plants. They aren’t very picky in their diet. They eat
B. So that hunters could not use the lodges to find them. C. Because the holes stay warmer in winter than lodges. D. Because more beavers can live together in a hole than a lodge. 0% 100% Confident Confident 5.
“Fibers that cannot be digested by bacteria in the large intestines are called insoluble fibers because they do not dissolve in water.” (Grosvenor & Smolin, 2006) High fiber diets can produce many benefits, including higher nutrient absorption levels, and better waste output. Diets that tend to lack in fiber or are high in insoluble fiber tend to cause gastrointestinal irritation and constipation. People that experience these symptoms should consider reviewing their fiber sources, and water consumption
Tony’s demonstration of human resistance to malaria is important to evolutionary biology because it proves that the agent of natural selection is still active. Also, his discovery is important to evolutionary biology because the degree of resistance is measurable and important in early life, there is a simple genetic resistance, and the direct association is provided and proven. Tony’s discovery is very unique because it shows an example of a mutation that may be beneficial instead of the stereotypical view that all mutations are harmful. The HbS mutation is harmful under most conditions, but in certain cases, such as this sickle cell-malaria link, it is proven that the HbS mutation may be helpful. Tony went to Kenya as a young child and experienced a disease that many fear with their lives.