The amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is controlled by the carbon cycle.
Processes that remove carbon dioxide from the air:photosynthesis by plantsdissolving in the oceans.
Processes that return carbon dioxide from the air:respiration by plants, animals and microbescombustion ie burning wood and fossil fuels such as coal, oil and gasthermal decomposition of limestone, for example, in the manufacture of iron, steel and cement.Cellulose
All cells contain carbon, because they all contain proteins, fats and carbohydrates. For example, plant cell walls are made of cellulose, a carbohydrate.Decomposers
Decomposers, such as microbes and fungi, play an important role in the carbon cycle. They break down the remains of dead plants and animals and, in doing so, release carbon dioxide through respiration.
For thousands of years, the processes in the carbon cycle were constant, so the percentage of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere did not change. Over the past 200 years, the percentage of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has increased steadily because humans are:burning more and more fossil fuels as energy sourcesburning large areas of forests to clear land, which means that there is less photosynthesis removing carbon dioxide from the air.
Intensifying requirement with developing intensity of the sea is the vastest impediment to a seaside examination. Prolonged force at the unrivaled intensity in the mare would compress articles strong satisfactorily to let an individual lose consciousness. The heightened tension further presses the lungs such that a person is incompetent to recuperate. The immense strength would additionally meddle with the conventional physiological means and guide to perishment.
D) punctuated equilibrium.
punctuated equilibrium The steady, stable state is punctuated by rapid change, thus the phrase punctuated equilibrium.
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1. The heat from the sun is transferred through radiation. The sun emits electromagnetic waves in the infrared region. Because the transfer was through waves, look at your choices, the answer would be A. Radiation.
2. The transfer of heat through this method is done through conduction. You know that it is conduction because there was contact between objects. In this case, it is between the body part and the stove that it touched. The answer is then C. Conduction.
3. Like the sun, the heat is transferred trough electromagnetic waves from the fire through space. Again heat is transferred through waves. Because the fire is hotter than the space around it, the heat will travel to the colder space, where your hands are. The answer would then be A. Radiation.
4. The heat transfer is between three objects; the spoon; the pot; and the stove. Now all three of them are in contact. The stove heats up the pot, so the pot gets hot. The pot then transfers some of that heat to the spoon, which is also in contact with the pot. So the answer is C. Conduction.
5.Macaroni rise and fall in a pot on the stove because of the liquid that is surrounding it. The liquid is heated in the pot and when it warms up it expands and rises, carrying the macaroni with it. When it reaches the surface it cools down and goes back down, only to be heated again and rise. This is then considered as B. Convection.
6. You can picture the lamp above the snake as the sun. Because they are not touching each other, there is space in between the two. The lamp radiates heat towards the snake through waves that are travelling through the space in between them. The answer would then be letter A. Radiation.
7. The transfer of heat by the movement of the warmed matter would be convection. When gas or liquid warms up, it expands and rise and when it cools, it goes down causing a circular movement. If you put something in liquid that is boiling, you will see this action. The answer is B. Convection.
8. Heating vents are usually placed on the floor of a home because warm air tend to rise. Because of convection, warm air goes upwards and when it reaches colder surfaces or areas, they fall back down to the heating vents which will heat them up again. The answer is B. Convection.
9. Insulation prevents heat transfer through conduction. This is done by putting a space in between objects to prevent direct contact or at least impede the transfer of energy. For example, when you wear oven mitts while getting a hot pot or baking pan from the oven. The mitts are poor conductors of heat, so it impedes the transfer of energy from one object to the other. The answer is B. Convection.
10.Green house trap heat that is radiated by the ground or the objects below it. As the ground heats up, it reflects the energy back up, but greenhouses keep the warm air that the ground has heat up. This warm air then gets trapped inside the greenhouse, which is why it is warm inside them. The answer is A. Radiation.
11.The heat that is emitted from the wood stove is used as a source of heat for the dog. The wood stove is radiating heat through waves. The dog is keeping itself warm by staying within the path of the waves. It’s like how campers huddle around a campfire at night to keep warm. The answer is A. Radiation.
12.The kettle on the stove gets hot because the kettle is in contact with the stove which emanates heat. The heat from the stove is transferred to the kettle. The fire from a stove is hotter than the kettle, so the heat travels to the colder object, which is the kettle. The answer is C. Conduction.
13. You use a pot holder when you get the cookie sheet out of the oven because you do not want to get burned. Pot holders are not good conductors of heat, or in other words, heat does not travel well through them. By putting them on, you are preventing the heat from the cookie sheet from travelling to your hands. The answer is C. Conduction.
14. The heat that you feel when you sit next to a campfire travels through radiation. The energy travels in waves through the space in between you and the fire. Because the air around it is colder than the fire itself, the heat goes towards the colder area. The answer is A. Radiation.
15. The heat that you feel from your electric blanket is transferred to you via conduction. Let us presume that your electric blanket is already warmed up. Now you receive its heat when you are in contact with the warm electric blanket. This answer is C. Conduction.