The primary agent of contact metamorphism is ?
A. flowing water
C. extreme pressure
(B) Heat. Pressure is the one that affects regional metamorphism. Water and weathering have nothing to do with either one.
Rocks that are in contact with hot magma or lava can and often do become metamorphosed through contact metamorphism — direct contact with the magma or lava.
It can either happen deep underground or on the surface. Underground, hot magma fills areas within the crust. These are called batholiths. The hot magma alters the surrounding rocks. The amount of rock that is changed depends on how much magma there is available to produce heat. The zone of altered rock around a batholith is called an “aureole.” The aureole can cover more than 100 square kilometers of land. On the surface, lava erupting from a volcano alters the rock that it erupts onto. This is obviously a much, much smaller contact metamorphism, but it is still contact metamorphism.
- 1 What type of money did the greenback party recommend ?
- 2 In a parliamentary system from where are cabinet members drawn ?
- 3 N2O3 compound name ?
- 4 Sickle cell turbidity test ?
- 5 What percentage of ozone is contained in the stratosphere ?
- 6 The geocentric model of the solar system is attributed to ?
- 7 Multifactorial transmission definition ?
- 8 Disadvantages of dnc ?
- 9 Difference between neuron and nephron ?
- 10 What is the opposite gender of stag ?
- 11 Is health care delivery a business venture ?
- 12 Is se hinton still alive ?
- 13 Afaa practice test ?
- 14 Nh4I compound name ?
- 15 My papa’s waltz analysis ?
- 16 Which process in respiration happens last ?
- 17 What type of ion might sodium form ?
- 18 What is the abstract noun for humble ?
- 19 Palindrome for female sheep ?
- 20 How did the dinosaur feel before the algebra test ?
- 21 Ziggurats functioned symbolically as ?
- 22 Attaches the heart to the body cavity ?
- 23 Meaning of camaraderie in tagalog ?
- 24 What did lancelot say to the beautiful ellen ?
What type of money did the greenback party recommend ?
The Greenback Part recommended “easy” currency/money as opposed to hard currency
In a parliamentary system from where are cabinet members drawn ?
The members of the executive branch are also members of the legislative branch
N2O3 compound name ?
Dinitrogen trioxide; NITROGEN TRIOXIDE; Nitrogen oxide (N2O3);
Sickle cell turbidity test ?
SCREENING for >6 months of age
Sickle Cell Anemia: Labs/Diagnostics – Sicklidex
Sickledex is a test for the abnormal hemoglobin which causes sickle cell anemia. The test is performed to detect both sickle cell disease and sickle cell trait. Sickle cell anemia results from the hereditary presence of abnormal Hgb S in place of Hgb A. When Hgb S becomes deoxygenated (loses oxygen), it tends to form polymers that deform the red blood cells (RBCs) into a sickle shape. Sickled RBCs cannot pass freely through capillaries and cause blockage of small vessels. This can compromise the blood supply to various organs. Hgb S trait is found in 8 to 10% of the black population. The routine peripheral blood smear does not contain sickled red blood cells unless hypoxemia (inadequate levels of oxygen in the blood) or a precipitating factor (such as a red blood cell poison or drug) is present. In the Sickledex test a deoxygenating agent is added; if 25% or more of the Hgb is Hgb S, the cells will sickle. Another test that can be performed is hemoglobin electrophoresis. This test separates different types of hemoglobin based on electrical charge. Hgb S can be differentiated from Hgb A and other types of Hgb.
In performing the sickledex test among adults or children, blood is drawn from a vein usually from the inside of the elbow or the back of the hand. The puncture site is cleaned with antiseptic, and a tourniquet (an elastic band) or blood pressure cuff is placed around the upper arm to apply pressure and restrict blood flow through the vein. This causes veins below the tourniquet to distend (fill with blood). A needle is inserted into the vein, and the blood is collected in an air-tight vial or a syringe. During the procedure, the tourniquet is removed to restore circulation. Once the blood has been collected, the needle is removed, and the puncture site is covered to stop any bleeding. In performing the sickledex test among infants or young children, the area is cleansed with antiseptic and punctured with a sharp needle or a lancet. The blood may be collected in a pipette (small glass tube), on a slide, onto a test strip, or into a small container. Cotton or a bandage may be applied to the puncture site if there is any continued bleeding.
What percentage of ozone is contained in the stratosphere ?
Ninety percent of the ozone in the atmosphere sits in the stratosphere, the layer of atmosphere between about 10 and 50 kilometers altitude.
The geocentric model of the solar system is attributed to ?
Sometime around 150 AD, the ideas of Anaximander and other Geocentric astronomers were collected and codified by the Roman astronomer Claudius Ptolemy. For this reason, the Geocentric model is also sometimes called the Ptolemaic model.
Multifactorial transmission definition ?
A polygene, multiple factor, multiple gene inheritance or quantitative gene is a member of a group of non-epistatic genes that interact additively to influence a phenotypic trait. The term “polygene” is usually used to refer to a hypothetical gene as it is often difficult to characterise the effect of an individual gene from the effects of other genes and the environment on a particular phenotype. Advances in statistical methodology and high throughput sequencing are, however, allowing researchers to locate candidate genes for the trait. In the case that such a gene is identified, it is referred to as a quantitative trait locus (QTL). These genes are generally pleiotropic as well. The genes that contribute to type 2 diabetes are thought to be mostly polygenes. In July 2016, scientists reported identifying a set of 355 genes from the last universal common ancestor (LUCA) of all organisms living on Earth.
Traits with polygenic determinism correspond to the classical quantitative characters, as opposed to the qualitative characters with monogenic or oligogenic determinism. In essence instead of two options, such as freckles or no freckles, there are many variations. Like the color of skin, hair, or even eyes.
Disadvantages of dnc ?
1. DNC uses a central control and in an event of computer failure, the complete activities of the machine shop would come to a standstill.
2. DNC is expensive and its use is practical in areas where high automation is required.
Difference between neuron and nephron ?
(i) Nephron is the unit of excretory system (kidneys) whereas neuron is the functional unit of nervous system.
(ii) The neuron is only a single cell whereas the nephron a made up of many many cells of different types.
(iii) A neuron is a single cell that has a long process called an axon along which it can conduct an action potential wheras nephron consists of a twisted tubule closed at one end, open at the other with a network of associated blood vessels.
(iv) Neuron carries nerve impulses but nephron produces urine in the process of removing waste and excess substances from the blood.
What is the opposite gender of stag ?
Male deer are called stags, harts, bucks or bulls, and females are called hinds, does or cows. Young deer are called fawns or calves. Hart is an expression for a stag, particularly a Red Deer stag past its fifth year. It is not commonly used,
SINCE A STAG IS MALE, THE OPPOSITE WOULD BE FEMALE.
Is health care delivery a business venture ?
Is se hinton still alive ?
Susan Eloise Hinton (born July 22, 1948) is an American writer best known for her young-adult novels set in Oklahoma, especially The Outsiders, which she wrote during high school.[a] In 1988 she received the inaugural Margaret Edwards Award from the American Library Association for her cumulative contribution in writing for teens.
Afaa practice test ?
AFAA practice test is practice for the Aerobic and Fitness Assoc of America exam. This test will help you increase your AFAA test score.
The Aerobics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA) is a fitness education company that was established in 1983, and operates out of Sherman Oaks, California. AFAA offers education workshops and certifications internationally but mainly operates in the United States. AFAA’s certifications are accredited by Vital Research and AFAA is a member of the National Organization of Competency Assurance (NOCA). AFAA also applied for an additional accreditation through an organization recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) and the U.S. Department of Education, meeting IHRSA’s recommendation on accreditation for fitness certification organizations. Through its semi-annual event, APEX, AFAA has succeeded in attracting and certifying personal trainers year after year.
AFAA has expanded the company in Japan, and more recently China. AFAA China held their first workshops at Nirvana Gym in Beijing, China with 50 participants. AFAA Japan was first introduced in 1988. There are now 180 AFAA educational faculty members in Japan.
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Nh4I compound name ?
NH4I = Ammonium iodide
My papa’s waltz analysis ?
Rhyme Scheme : ABAB
Type of poem : Iambic Trimeter
Type of Rhyme : slant rhyme
Literary devices : “But I hung on like death:” – simile
Shifts : they were dancing until they went off to bed
Tone : Nostalgic, sad
Mood : heart-warming
The rhyme scheme ABAB creates the rhythm of the poem for the readers, making it easier to understand the rhythm of the waltz which is in ¾ time.
Which process in respiration happens last ?
Electronic transport chain
What type of ion might sodium form ?
Type of ion sodium form is a cation. Sodium is a chemical element with symbol Na (from Latin natrium) and atomic number 11. It is a soft, silvery-white, highly reactive metal. Sodium is an alkali metal, being in group 1 of the periodic table, because it has a single electron in its outer shell that it readily donates, creating a positively charged atom—the Na+ cation. Its only stable isotope is 23Na.
Sodium atoms have 11 electrons, one more than the extremely stable configuration of the noble gas neon. Because of this and its low first ionization energy of 495.8 kJ/mol, the sodium atom is much more likely to lose the last electron and acquire a positive charge than to gain one and acquire a negative charge. This process requires so little energy that sodium is readily oxidized by giving up its 11th electron. In contrast, the second ionization energy is very high (4562 kJ/mol), because the 10th electron is closer to the nucleus than the 11th electron. As a result, sodium usually forms ionic compounds involving the Na+ cation.
The most common oxidation state for sodium is +1. It is generally less reactive than potassium and more reactive than lithium. Sodium metal is highly reducing, with the standard reduction potential for the Na+/Na couple being −2.71 volts, though potassium and lithium have even more negative potentials.
What is the abstract noun for humble ?
The abstract noun form for the adjective humble is humbleness. The abstract noun form for the verb to humble is the gerund, humbling. A related abstract noun is humility.
Palindrome for female sheep ?
Ewe is a female sheep.
Ewe is a palindrome word, because it reads the same backwards.
How did the dinosaur feel before the algebra test ?
Just fine. Because even the smallest dinosaur is bigger than the biggest algebra test. And that’s how you’ll feel if you study real hard before any test and make sure you understand all that will be on that test.
Ziggurats functioned symbolically as ?
Ziggurats functioned symbolically as bridges between earth and the heavens.
Attaches the heart to the body cavity ?
The answer is pericardium.
The pericardium is a double-walled sac containing the heart and the roots of the great vessels. The pericardial sac has two layers, a serous layer and a fibrous layer. It encloses the pericardial cavity which contains pericardial fluid.
The pericardium fixes the heart to the mediastinum, gives protection against infection, and provides the lubrication for the heart.
Surrounds heart and bases of pulmonary artery and aorta.
Deep to sternum and anterior chest wall.
The right phrenic nerve passes to the right of the pericardium.
The left phrenic nerve passes over the pericardium of the left ventricle.
Pericardial arteries supply blood to the dorsal portion of the pericardium.
In anatomy, serous membrane (or serosa) is a smooth tissue membrane consisting of two layers of mesothelium, which secrete serous fluid. The inner layer that covers organs (viscera) in body cavities is called the visceral membrane. A second layer of epithelial cells of the serous membrane, called the parietal layer, lines the body wall. Between the two layers is a potential space, mostly empty except for a few milliliters of lubricating serous fluid that is secreted by the two serous membranes.
The Latin anatomical name is tunica serosa. Serous membranes line and enclose several body cavities, known as serous cavities, where they secrete a lubricating fluid which reduces friction from muscle movement. Serosa is entirely different from the adventitia, a connective tissue layer which binds together structures rather than reducing friction between them. The serous membrane covering the heart and lining the mediastinum is referred to as the pericardium, the serous membrane lining the thoracic cavity and surrounding the lungs is referred to as the pleura, and that lining the abdominopelvic cavity and the viscera is referred to as the peritoneum.
Meaning of camaraderie in tagalog ?
What did lancelot say to the beautiful ellen ?
I C U R A B U T L N (I see you are a beauty Ellen!)