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External to internal structure of a prokaryotes in correct order?
There are things, situations, events etc. that occur within an organization that affect the way.
What does Organisms that have cells lacking internal membrane-bound structurer Prokaryotes or Eukaryotes?
Internal Sorting | External sorting / In internal sorting all the data to sort is stored in memory at all times while sorting is in progress. | In external sorting data is sto…red outside memory (like on disk) and only loaded into memory in small chunks. / The internal sorting methods are applied to small collection of data. | The External sorting methods are applied only when the number of data elements to be sorted is too large. / internal sorting takes input only which can be fit into its memory...i.e. it takes small input | external sorting can take as much as large input… / Internal sort is more flexible as we can alter or update data before and after performing internal sort | whereas the same doesn't hold true for external sort. / internal sorting is independent of time to read/write a record | external ids dependent on the same
The internal urethral sphincter an involuntary sphincter that keeps the urethra closed when urine is not being used. The external urethral sphincter is fashioned by skeletal m…uscles as the urethra passes thorugh the pelvic floor.This sphincter is voluntary controlled.
What is the unicellular organisms such as bacteria composed of prokaryotic cells Prokaryotic cells lack internal membrane-bound structures?
external - it consists 0f posterior vena cava, vena cava, aorta, coronary artery, pulmonary artery and pulmonary vein. internal - it consist 4 chambers ( right atrium , right… ventricle , left atrium, left ventricle ) - consists septum that separate the left and right chambers of the heart - bicuspid ( mitral) valve between left atrium and ventricle - tricuspid valve between right atrium and ventricle - consists semilunar valve
extenal structure of the earth is atmosphere,hydrosphere,biosphere,lithosphere then intenal stucture of the earth is crust,mantle and core
Yes it does. It has flagella and cilia which helps it move. Hope this helps :D
the structure and function are quite similar to a human. The study of a rat should help you get a better understanding of our own physical nature.
External text structures can help you read and understand informational (or expository) text. A text may contain multiple external text structures, such as: Underlined wor…ds Headings and Subheadings Illustrations (graphics, images, maps, diagrams, etc.) Italics/Bold Text Definitions (within text, usually in parentheses, or in the footer or margin of a page) Internal When you are reading informational text, you will notice that authors use many different text structures or organizational patterns to organize their information. The following chart lists signal words, definitions, and examples of some of the most common text structures you will encounter when reading informational text: Text Structure | Signal Words | Definition | Example / Cause and Effect | so that, because of, thus, unless, since, as a result, then, reasons for, consequently, explanation for, nevertheless, thus, accordingly | The writer explains the reasons for an event or phenomenon. | So many Bald Eagles were killed by pesticides and illegal hunting. They were in danger of becoming extinct. / Comparison/ Contrast | different from, same as, alike, similar to, unlike, but, as well as, yet, either…or, compared to, in contrast, while, although, unless, however | The writer discusses the similarities and differences of two ideas, objects, or processes. | Golden Eagles are apt to hunt for prey while Bald Eagles are more likely to take an easy meal. / Enumeration or Listing | to begin with, first, second, in addition, next, then, last, finally, another, also, most important | The writer presents information in a structure that resembles an outline. It is often presented in bulleted format. | 1. Golden Eagles are birds of prey. 2. Golden Eagles search for prey. 3. Golden Eagles swoop through the air to attack their prey. / Sequential or Chronological ~ Process | first, second, third, now, before, after, then, next, finally, following, while, meanwhile, last, during, not long, when, on date | The writer presents a series of events or explains a procedure or process in the order they happen. | First, Golden Eagles soar high along ridges near their nests. Then, they search for prey. When a meal is spotted, they attack in a long swoop. / Concept/ Definition | is, for example, involves, can be, defined, an example, for instance, in fact, also, contain, make up | The writer introduces an idea and explains what it is. | Golden Eagles are powerful raptors with large dark brown bodies and small heads with golden crowns. / Generalization/ Description | is, for example, involves, can be, defined, an example, for instance, in fact, also, contain, make up | The writer explains phenomenon and processes by listing examples and unique characteristics. | Golden Eagles are birds of prey.
The degree of internal and external order in organisms is organization. Other biology terms meanings are: Domain - the three major subdivisions of all organisms? [Its a 6 lett…er word.] Stimulus - A physical or chemical change in an organism's environment? Growth - increase in size Organelles - small parts of a cell carrying on different jobs? Development - process of becoming an adult? Natural selection - organisms with favorable traits have a better chance to survive and reproduce
because the rat is very close to the human body and to assist the learning student with identification of these structures and systems
internal and external structures of kidney
There are no options to choose from here. You will first get the sound, have it encoded, then decoded and processed by the brain.