• Married man keeps pestering me to sleep with him, what can I do?

    Show his messages to his wife or else record his call and post to his wife... You avoid any interaction with him... Believe me, if u fall into his trap it will only leave u unhappy.
    Show his messages to his wife or else record his call and post to his wife... You avoid any interaction with him... Believe me, if u fall into his trap it will only leave u unhappy.
    11 answers · Marriage & Divorce · 9 months ago
  • Distinguish homologous from analogous characters.?

    Homologous -- same origin but different structure . Indicates divergent evolution Analogous - different origin but same structure - indicates convergent evolution
    Homologous -- same origin but different structure . Indicates divergent evolution Analogous - different origin but same structure - indicates convergent evolution
    3 answers · Biology · 9 months ago
  • Can someone please help me?

    d) an organism
    d) an organism
    11 answers · Biology · 9 months ago
  • Plant Photosynthesis Question?

    During the day the plants take in Co2 to prepare food and release oxygen. Importance...... 1] The level of co2 in the atmosphere is under controlled or else we will have more of global warming wit excess of co2 2] all source of food whether u are a vegetarian or non veggie comes through photosynthesis [the inorganic molecules co2 and h20 available... show more
    During the day the plants take in Co2 to prepare food and release oxygen. Importance...... 1] The level of co2 in the atmosphere is under controlled or else we will have more of global warming wit excess of co2 2] all source of food whether u are a vegetarian or non veggie comes through photosynthesis [the inorganic molecules co2 and h20 available in nature is converted into organic C6H12O6 3] abundant o2 is released which is sufficient for you, me and the plants too to survive No photosynthesis....no food.... no oxygen ......no survival
    2 answers · Biology · 9 months ago
  • Experiments about Genetic engenring ?

    Best answer: Genetic engineering is basically manipulating of the genes so this involves extraction of DNA, cutting the DNA, gl electrophoresis etc etc.... so it is not possible to do such experiments at home without the required apparatus and sterie environment. Rather u can do experiments on traditional biotechnology like curd making, fermentation etc show more
    Best answer: Genetic engineering is basically manipulating of the genes so this involves extraction of DNA, cutting the DNA, gl electrophoresis etc etc.... so it is not possible to do such experiments at home without the required apparatus and sterie environment. Rather u can do experiments on traditional biotechnology like curd making, fermentation etc
    1 answer · Biology · 9 months ago
  • What is the complementary messenger-RNA sequence for the DNA sequence CAAGGT?

    GUUCCA C = G A = T / U IN RNA there is no thymine instead is replaced by uracil
    GUUCCA C = G A = T / U IN RNA there is no thymine instead is replaced by uracil
    2 answers · Biology · 9 months ago
  • From the order of negative feedback, list the sequences of hormones from hypothalamus to the final hormone.?

    Pituitary gland produces ADH when water levels are low. This hormone will promote absorption of water by the distal part of the nephron thus increasing the level of blody fluids. The osmo receptors are switched off. No stimulation to the hypothalamus therefore no stimulation to pituitary and thus the release of ADH stops.
    Pituitary gland produces ADH when water levels are low. This hormone will promote absorption of water by the distal part of the nephron thus increasing the level of blody fluids. The osmo receptors are switched off. No stimulation to the hypothalamus therefore no stimulation to pituitary and thus the release of ADH stops.
    Biology · 9 months ago
  • Is it normal for emotions to affect your stomach?

    Good mood and bad moods triggers our hypothalamus and nervous system which accordingly releases various hormones. So probably when u having an awful day the hypothalamus and the nerves stimulate that part of your body that make you feel nauseous. Therefore it is often said try to keep yourself content to keep in good health..... Laughter clubs are... show more
    Good mood and bad moods triggers our hypothalamus and nervous system which accordingly releases various hormones. So probably when u having an awful day the hypothalamus and the nerves stimulate that part of your body that make you feel nauseous. Therefore it is often said try to keep yourself content to keep in good health..... Laughter clubs are an example
    4 answers · Other - Health · 9 months ago
  • What's the point of accomplishing anything if it gets ripped away from you after you die?

    You live to be happy.... but do not attach yourself to any material things on this earth rather enjoy them when u have life within your body. Death is inevitable... everyone of us will die someday so instead of worrying what will happen after death enjoy your life in the best possible way
    You live to be happy.... but do not attach yourself to any material things on this earth rather enjoy them when u have life within your body. Death is inevitable... everyone of us will die someday so instead of worrying what will happen after death enjoy your life in the best possible way
    13 answers · Philosophy · 9 months ago
  • What does this mean?

    Best answer: 46XX means female genotype
    Best answer: 46XX means female genotype
    3 answers · Biology · 9 months ago
  • When a child is born now a days what and how do they word the Karyotype?

    To do a karyotype you just need any of your cell. Using higher end microscope you take a picture of the stained slide your prepared and than arrange the chromosomes based on their size and shape and number.
    To do a karyotype you just need any of your cell. Using higher end microscope you take a picture of the stained slide your prepared and than arrange the chromosomes based on their size and shape and number.
    2 answers · Biology · 9 months ago
  • Where did bacteria or archaea get its DNA?

    the macro molecules in the water pools combined to form polymers of nucleotide resulting in formation of nucleic acid
    the macro molecules in the water pools combined to form polymers of nucleotide resulting in formation of nucleic acid
    3 answers · Agriculture · 9 months ago
  • Why is water so important to us as a human to live?

    water is required for various metabolic processes.... of of it is respiratory breakdown of glucose to co2 and water to release energy. Without water no ATP can be formed
    water is required for various metabolic processes.... of of it is respiratory breakdown of glucose to co2 and water to release energy. Without water no ATP can be formed
    12 answers · Biology · 9 months ago
  • 1. Why are some invasive species so devastating to an ecosystem?

    The non native species can be devastating in absence of a predator. In their original habitat they have a predator and so kept under check
    The non native species can be devastating in absence of a predator. In their original habitat they have a predator and so kept under check
    4 answers · Biology · 9 months ago
  • What's the point of the midpiece and tail of the sperm cell?

    middle piece is modified mitochondria and tail the formed from cell membrane. Both are left out of the egg when entry into egg takes place
    middle piece is modified mitochondria and tail the formed from cell membrane. Both are left out of the egg when entry into egg takes place
    3 answers · Biology · 9 months ago
  • Does the fossil record support evolution?

    fossils is once of the evidences which indicates that evolution has taken place over the past years
    fossils is once of the evidences which indicates that evolution has taken place over the past years
    11 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 9 months ago
  • So what if we don't ever wash our hands?

    Bacteria is everywhere no doubt. Why accumulate them on your hand by not washing your hands. The few bacteria that are on your hands are taken care by ur innate immunity or lets say the first line of defense..... Mucous in your nose when u inhale, saliva in your mouth, skin of your body... your first line of defense
    Bacteria is everywhere no doubt. Why accumulate them on your hand by not washing your hands. The few bacteria that are on your hands are taken care by ur innate immunity or lets say the first line of defense..... Mucous in your nose when u inhale, saliva in your mouth, skin of your body... your first line of defense
    11 answers · Biology · 9 months ago
  • Describe the relationship between the bones and muscles for movement,?

    bones to support the body and muscle to bring about movement.... both held together by tendons
    bones to support the body and muscle to bring about movement.... both held together by tendons
    1 answer · Biology · 9 months ago
  • What system provides the nutrients that the cells will convert to energy?

    Digestive system
    Digestive system
    1 answer · Biology · 9 months ago
  • Where in our environment does our body obtain the oxygen it needs?

    atmosphere
    atmosphere
    3 answers · Biology · 9 months ago