The products of photosynthesis are the reactants of cellular respiration.
There are two people who claimed to be the first to reach the north pole - Robert Edwin Peary and his employee Matthew Henson and four Inuit men Ootah, Seegloo, Egingway, and Ooqueah on April 6, 1909, and Frederick Cook, accompanied by two Inuit men, Ahwelah and Etukishook, on April 21, 1908. Neither claim is widely accepted today - both men likely got close but not to the exact north pole.
Soviet pilot Ivan Cherevichnyy was the first person to undisputedly reach the North Pole when he landed his plane there on April 23, 1948.
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Carbohydrates and glucose
The main source of rapidly available energy to an athlete is carbohydrates, stored in the body in the form of glycogen.
The above statement is true
Strengthening exercises such as light weightlifting and rowing may be helpful to prevent chronic illness.
The above statement is false
Excessive and prolonged use of stimulants can increase heart rate, but will not have any influence over insulin resistance or blood pressure.
A pregnant mother should have at least 400 micrograms of folic acid daily.
The correct answer is (B) they travel faster than S waves
As the interior of the earth is incompressible, the P-waves moves much faster and transmit their energy through the medium and travel very fast as compared to the S waves. In case of S waves, they are slow because the movement of medium is perpendicular to the direction of propagation of waves’ waves travel 60 times faster than S waves. The variation in speed of travel is because the earth reacts differently to both the waves.
The answer is temperature. :)