Thousands of years of progress, all thanks to science and man’s ability to understand all of the secrets of nature. Science has been one of the most important aspects of our society for a long time and it has transformed almost every aspect of our lives.
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Side A: cells, cell products, organs, and structures of the body involved in the detection and destruction of foreign invaders, such as bacteria, viruses, and cancer cells. Side B: immune system
Side A: foreign substance that, when introduced into the body, is capable of stimulating an immune response Side B: antigen
Side A: a protective protein produced by the immune system in response to the presence of a foreign substance, called an antigen. Side B: antibody
Side A: What is the biosphere? Side B: It is the part on Earth that supports life.
Side A: What are the three components of teh biosphere? Side B: 1.)The top portion of Earth's crust2.)All the water that covers the Earth's crust3.)The atmosphere that surrounds Earth
Side A: What does an ecosystem consist of? Side B: It consists of all the organisms living in an area, as well as the nonliving parts of that environments.
Side A: Question:What is photosinthisis? Side B: Answer:Cells capture the energy and uses it to make food.
Side A: Question:What is the first stage? Side B: Answer:Captuer the sunlight.
Side A: Question:What is the second stage? Side B: Answer:The cells use energy to make food.
Side A: After a (1) retail investigates alternative trading areas: Side B: (2) determines what type of location is desirable(3) selects the general location(4) evaluates alternative specific store sits
Side A: (2) determines what type of location is desirable? Side B: -isolated store-unplanned business district-planned shopping center
Side A: isolated store Side B: a freestanding retail outlet located on either a highway or a street- no adjacent retailers with which this type of store shares trafficex: large-store formats (Wal-mart) & convenience-oriented retailers (7-eleven)-good for category killer