How does the carbon locked in shells of marine organisms move back to the atmosphere? a. through subduction of deposits and volcanism b. through the process of respiration in these organisms c. through death and decomposition d. through the microbial process of ammonification e. through chemical reactions in acidifying oceans
answer; i believe that the correct answer is(d) nondisjunction during meiosis;
hey, i believe your answer would be d. sugar ribose and the base uracil. i believe this is the answer, because rna consists of sugar ribose, adenine, guanine, cytosine, and uracil.
your first option is incorrect, because that's dna. where it consists of sugar deoxyribose, adenine, guanine, cytosine and thymine.
your second option is also incorrect, this is because sugar deoxyribose is in dna, and uracil is in rna. these two do not make sense together.
your third option being incorrect, because sugar ribose is in rna, but not the base of thymine. rna consists of uracil, not thymine.
lastly your fourth option being correct! this answer is correct, because both sugar ribose, and the base uracil are in rna! ~
answer is d. sugar ribose and the base uracil.
it provides an alternative energy pathway for the reaction to proceed.explanation:
a catalyst is a substance that speeds up the rate of a chemical reaction but is not consumed during the course of the reaction.
catalysts increase the rate of reaction without being used up. they do this by lowering the activation energy needed. with a catalyst, more collisions result in a reaction, so the rate of reaction increases. different reactions need different catalysts.
a catalyst works by providing an alternative reaction pathway to the reaction product. the rate of the reaction is increased as this alternative route has a lower activation energy than the reaction route not mediated by the catalyst.