Question

Give other examples (at least 3) of uniquely hostile environments? . What do of living organisms dominated such environments?

Expert Answer

Want to see the step-by-step answer?

Check out a sample Q&A here.

Want to see this answer and more?

Experts are waiting 24/7 to provide step-by-step solutions in as fast as 30 minutes!*

*Response times may vary by subject and question complexity. Median response time is 34 minutes for paid subscribers and may be longer for promotional offers.
Tagged in
Science
Biology

Applied Biology

Environmental Biology

Related Biology Q&A

Find answers to questions asked by students like you.

Q: Time-release” drugs work by releasing a drug to the body at a constant rate such that the drug conce...

A: Time-release drugs use a special technology to release small amounts of the medication into a person...

Q: 1. Translation a)Explain the role of ribosomes in the process of protein translation.b. Explain the ...

A: “Since you have asked a question with multiple sub-parts, we will solve the first three sub-parts fo...

Q: Please help. provide correct answer. Please don't just go by what's selected unless it is correct. T...

A: A food chain shows a linear network starting from producers and ending at predator species. The pred...

Q: Objectives: 1. Identify the key parts of the breathing system.

A: Hello. Since your question has multiple parts, we will solve the first question for you. If you want...

Q: List the classes of antibody and discuss their diagnostic significance

A: Antibodies is also known as immunoglobulin (Ig). Antibodies are Y shaped proteins produced by plasma...

Q: In skeletal muscle, the sarcolemma is directly covered by: a) epimysium. b) perimysium. c) endo...

A: Muscles:              In animals, soft tissues found known as muscles. Muscles cells contain myosin...

Q: After Tony had been very ill with cardiac problems, his hospital chart listed the cause as “culture ...

A: Cardiac is a biological term that means related to the heart like a cardiac muscle. The cardiac musc...

Q: Will addition of organic matter to a water sample increase ordecrease its BOD?

A: Most natural waters contain small quantities of organic compounds. Aquatic microorganisms have evolv...

Q: Describe the attributes of the three phases of FDA Drug Review for Human Testing.

A: The development of new drugs is tested for various clinical trials before its emergence in the pharm...

Q: What does a small Rf value tell you about the characteristics of the moving molecules? Is it possibl...

A: In chromatography, the Rf value is the distance travelled by a given component divided by the distan...

Q: 2. Explain what the cell is doing in each of the following stages of the cell cycle.a) G1, b) S, c) ...

A: Cell is the basic structural, functional, and biological unit of all known organisms. The cell organ...

Q: What experimental results or stat can help refine understanding of the effect of temperature on enzy...

A: As temperature increases so do the rate of enzyme reactions.

Q: does anyone know how to list the RNA sequence transcribed from the DNA template sequence TTACACTTGCT...

A: DNA is a double-stranded molecule that stores the genetic information in the form nucleotide sequenc...

Q: The reticular activating system is stimulated by all the following,      except :-a- epinephrineb- s...

A: The reticular formation is a set of interconnected nuclei that are located throughout the brainstem....

Q: Smooth muscles differ from skeletal and cardiacmuscles in that they ________.a. lack myofibrilsb. ar...

A: Muscles:              In animals, soft tissues found known as muscles. Muscles cells contain myosin...

Q: Please help

A: A habitat can be described as an area in the environment that acts as a home for a particular specie...

Q: Inside the mouth, cheek cells are joined together in a sheet. Why are they scattered?

A: The cheek cells are flat, irregular shaped cells having a thin membrane. Cheek cells are a popular f...

Q: In cats, short hair (L) is dominant over long hair (l) and stripes (A) are dominant over solid color...

A: As, short hair (L) is dominant over long hair (l) and stripes (A) is dominant over solid color (a). ...

Q: SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND SOCIETY The aging process isthought to be initiated at the cellular level. ...

A: Aging is a physiological process that causes declination of biological function or senescence. The a...

Q: Explain the role of karyogamy in biological classification?

A: R.H. Whittaker organized the organisms into five kingdoms such as Monera, Protista, Fungi, Plantae, ...

Q: Draw/Diagram how translation starts at the N-terminus of a protein. Include the ribosome and label t...

A: The translation is the process of synthesizing peptide chains or proteins. This involves ribosome, m...

Q: Compare three types of signaling molecules: neurotransmitters, hormones, and local regulators.

A: Cell signaling is the process in which cell communicates with other cell with the help of signals. I...

Q: Calculate the inspiratory reserve volume from the following set of values (EC): vital capacity 4600m...

A: Tidal Volume(TV) - The volume of air taken in & released out per breath. Residual Volume(RV) - T...

Q: . Explain how gel electrophoresis is used to separate DNA fragments of different lengths.

A: Gel electrophoresis is used for the separation and analysis of the micromolecules and their fragment...

Q: help ?

A: The intertidal zones is full of amazing life forms which have to survive ever changing conditions. H...

Q: Why is it important for a transcription factor/activator to have a high affinity for a specific DNA ...

A: Transcription is a metabolic process in which DNA sequence of the gene is copied into an RNA molecul...

Q: which specifies an inactive ASIP protein, and for the Kb allele of gene K, whose product is a functi...

A: ASIP (Agouti signaling protein) is an antagonist of MC1R (Melanocortin 1 receptor). MC1R is a G prot...

Q: The following X-linked recessive traits are found in fruit flies:vermilion eyes are recessive to red...

A: Inheritance or heredity is passing-on one trait from the parents to the progeny by either asexual or...

Q: Oxyreductases, transferases, hydrolases, lyases, isomerases and ligases are all classes of: A...

A: Introduction  Proteins are the crucial molecules for sustainability of life as almost all type of ce...

Q: 1. A bunch of grapes represents the human breathing system. What does the main stem of a bunch of gr...

A: As per our honor code, we are allowed to answer one question. As you have posted multiple objective ...

Q: As shown, five DnaA boxes are found within the origin of replication in E. coli. Take a look at thes...

A: E.coli. is a key model organism and has been used in so many research studies involving molecular bi...

Q: How would a human cell normally change its expression of the gene for tyrosine aminotransferase? ad...

A: The function of a gene can be studied through expression in a particular cell and its interactions w...

Q: Please Answer ASAP. Thank u. Genetically modified plants resistant to the herbicide glyphosphate con...

A: Genetic modification is a technique in which a desired stretch of DNA (gene of interest) is inserted...

Q: What effect does alcohol have on the transmission of electrical impulses?

A: An action potential or nerve impulse is generally an electrical potential or charge that transmits t...

Q: What is the principle behind the Diffusion experiment?

A: Molecules move from one region to another either by using energy or without energy. Movement of mole...

Q: If someone with auburn hair has children with someone with red hair (but whose mother had black hair...

A: On the basis of a cross involving only one trait ( monohybrid cross), the law of segregation was for...

Q: Genes a, b, and c are linked, and pairwise crosses gave the following distances: a-b 20 cM b-c 2 cM ...

A: Note - Since you have asked multiple questions, we will solve the first question for you. If you wan...