Answer: a) a series of anatomical traits that distinguish Cro-magnon features from Neandertals.
Neanderthals (Homo neanderthalensis) were first discovered in Germany in 1856 and are believed to emerged between 100,000 and 200,000 years ago.
Significant differences found in the human and Neanderthal includes: 1) their DNA, 2) the brain of a Neanderthal had a raised larynx and was also bigger, and 3) Compared to modern humans, Neanderthals had bigger and muscular body but with shorter legs.
Cro-magnon is the earliest known Western European example of our species who lived 35,000 and 10,000 years ago. They are believed to be actually modern in every anatomical respect. They are much like us.
Neanderthal and Cro-magnon were believed to overlap in Europe for a thousand years but long-term interbreeding was not seen.
The correct answer is letter b. false. It is not true that self is considered to be innate and part of our genetic makeup. The genotype is considered to be the part of the genetic sequence of a human being's cell, and as well of an organism or an individual, wherein it is able to determine a specific characteristic of that cell/organism or individual.
The above statement is false. Minerals are essential elements and do not provide kilocalories per gram. Essential nutrients or elements are those that the body cannot produce and must be supplied through the diet, while non essential nutrients or elements are those that the body can produce and do not require to obtain it in food. Minerals are essential elements, which include nitrogen, phosphorus, chlorine, zinc, iron among others, obtained from food. They do not provide calories per gram , like the case of fats, proteins, and carbohydrates.
A visual illusion known as afterimage is a phenomenon in which persistence of retinal impressions takes place even after withdrawing the stimulus. It is considered to be a result of the continuous stimulation of the visual system. The afterimage can be negative or positive. A general example of an afterimage is the spot of light one witnesses after firing of the camera flash.
The DSM-5 (or DSM V) distinguishes between mild (slight cognitive impairment) and major (full out dementia) forms of neurocognitive disorders.
The DSM-5, (Diagnosis and Statistical-manual of Mental-disorders 5th edition), was published in 2013 by the American Psychiatric Association (APA). Mostly used by psychiatrists to classify their patients' disease. In the chapter of DSM-5: Neurocognitive Disorders, it was added the diagnoses of mild neurocognitive disorder and major neurocognitive disorder (this is not present in the DSM 4 (1993)).
Hydrogen bonds exists between the DNA strand and its complementary strand such that; there are two hydrogen bonds between every A and T, and three between every C and G. Therefore; in this case there will be (2 ×3 ) +(3×3) = 15 hydrogen bonds for the above strand. this is because Adenine binds to Thyamine with two bonds (3 pairs) and Guanine binds to Cytosine with three bonds (3 pairs).
The piece of evidence that would best support this claim is; consuming too much sugar over time can lead to diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Diabetes is a lifestyle disease in which blood sugar or glucose levels are higher than the normal levels. Carbohydrate foods, such as breads, rice, cereals, pasta, among others can cause a rise in blood sugar. There are two types of diabetes; that is, type I and type II, type II is the one linked to high blood sugars.
During a physical change, a substance changes form or state, matter or mass is conserved. Additionally, the kinetic energy of the particles can increase with heating or decrease with cooling. D) Something new is formed.