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Ms. Jedidiah Kling
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Date Created: 11/01/15
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the US in about 1900 having arrived with infected rats on ships from Asia Some of the plague bacteria in the United States eventually were carried to the Great Plains where they successfully infected prairie dogs small social mammals that live as groups in burrows only in the western US When plague bacteria first arrived in the western US most of the infected prairie dogs died of plague In an effort to repopulate the prairie dog towns wiped out by plague conservationists moved prairie dogs from Colorado where they were abundant to areas of Utah where there were none When fleas are infected with plague bacteria their digestive tracts become plugged with these bacteria and the fleas are not able to digest normal amounts of food thus having fewer food calories available Malaria is an infectious disease caused by a unicellular eukaryotic parasite of the genus Plasmodium The parasites are transmitted from one person to another by the female Anopheles mosquito Humans and mosquitoes are both necessary in the life cycle of the parasite Without an effective treatment the parasites destroy the red blood cells and the capillaries that supply blood to the brain may be clogged At present 300 million people are afflicted with malaria and 1 to 2 million die from it each year Malaria has probably killed more people than all the wars and the plagues combined Quinine is a chemical compound that is synthesized and accumulates in the outer layer of the trunk of a tree of the genus Cinchona native to South America lts natural function is to deter herbivores Historically quinine and its derivatives have been effective drugs to cure malaria Despite many years of quinine use malaria has not been eradicated because of the emergence of parasites that are resistant to quinine Return of the ants After learning all she could about ant mounds our researcher decided to conduct some population surveys of the ants in her research area She recorded the following results for a 2acre plot over a 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but is used in osmotic balance and for many reactions and is an important source of this compound for kangaroo rats So wherersthe or used7 So where ls cop Produced7 So where oloes Fotenonehaye an effch So where oloes Glycolysls take place7 So where oloes Krebs Cyele take place7 So where oloes Fleetron transport take place7 So how are hydrogen lons r e H or protons mvolvedm maklng A39I P7 Anolthrs happens when they rnoye frorn the through the rnto the then returnto the through the So tn whteh part of Cellular rewrrauon does Fotenone haye rts effch It does th5 by preyentang the fonnataon ofthe between the anal the whreh are separateolby the rnner rnrtoehondnal rnernbrane Thaneme there are no 710 pass througn the whteh therefore eannot make by chemlsomosls Thls wtll also stop the Krebs Cyele beeause there are no and retumtng from the ETS whleh that supply thern The trme ofhydrogenlons anol eleetrons by the FTSwoulol stop True False Thehydrogenlongradmntwouldmcrease True False 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