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Adipose tissue primary function is nutrient storage
Adipose tissue is commonly known as body fatIt is found all over the body such as under the skin (subcutaneous fat), packed around internal organs (visceral fat), between muscles, within bone marrow and in breast tissueAdipose tissue is composed of a variety of cell types that include mature adipocytes,endothelial cells,fibroblasts and a range of inflammatory leukocytesAdipose tissue is now known to be a very important and active endocrine organIt is well established that adipocytes (or fat cells) play a vital role in the storage and release of energy throughout the human bodyIts main role is to store energy in the form of fat, although it also cushions and insulates the body Obesity in animals, including humans, is not dependent on the amount of body weight, but on the amount of body fat - specifically adipose tissue In mammals, two types of adipose tissue exist: white adipose tissue (WAT) and brown adipose tissue (BAT)The main role of white adipose tissue is energy storage, fatty acids being released when fuel is requiredThe function of brown adipose tissue is to transfer energy from food into heat; physiologically, both the heat produced and the resulting decrease in metabolic efficiency can be of significance
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#1: Explain the use of logic gates.
Logic gates are comparisons to operations that are performed in the CPU using keywords such as, OR, XOR, NOT, AND, NAND, XNOR, and NOR.
#2: refers to logic in programming and errors in program code.
BUGS refers to logic in programming and errors in program code.
#3: What type of software resides on a computer’s hard drive, and controls the CPU and all other activity between components?
The operating system!
#4: Why are high-level languages easier for humans to understand?
They are written with human-friendly words that humans understand.
#5: Which component receives data and loads it into memory for use?
#6: Explain why a CPU’s speed is affected by the number of buses.
Each bus is basically a highway on the motherboard that is enabling data transfers from and to the CPU. So, since there are numerous buses, large amounts of data are being transferred. This is how the CPU's speed is affected.
#7: What's the keyword for a field that stores a true/false value?
#9: How is Windows 8 different from an Internet browser such as Firefox?
Windows 8 is system software; Firefox is application software.
#10: Which computer programming language would be most easy to understand if you have never seen it before? Choose the best answer.
#11: Which part of the CPU provides access to the external cache unit and other CPUs on the motherboard?
#14: What is a user-friendly software program that displays information to the user, accepts input from the user, and provides output for the user?
#15: What is a group of printable characters enclosed within double quotation marks called?
#16: Which component comprises the central processing unit?
The Control unit!
#17: What typically handles communications among the CPU, in some cases RAM, PCI Express (or AGP) video cards, and the southbrige?
#18: Explain why clock speed is used to measure a computer’s speed in calculation and processing data.
Clock speed is the measurement of how many cycles a CPU can process. When the processor speed or CPU is compared to different computers, the higher the clock speed is, the more efficient and faster the computer will run.
#19: Choose the following components that are controlled by the motherboard.
The CPU cooling fan, power supply and internal speaker are all controlled by the motherboard.
#21: When does the ALU get activated? Choose the most appropriate answer.
Once an instruction that involves a calculation comes to the CPU.
#22: Which of the following makes up binary code?
1s and 0s!
Option A) and B)
In the HCl molecule there is no uniform distribution of charge, since the bond electrons, due to the difference in electronegativities between the two atoms, are unevenly distributed. Therefore, the HCl molecule is electrically asymmetric or polar, so dipole-dipole forces act
Hydrogen bonds also act because it meets the condition of having hydrogen in its composition and an electronegative atom.
1. Intramolecular Forces
2. Intermolecular Forces
Intramolecular forces are those which holds the atoms to form a molecule.
a. Covalent Bond
b. Ionic Bond
c. Metallic Bond
These forces are very stronger and large amount of energy is required to break them
While, Intermolecular Forces are found between the molecules.
a. Hydrogen Bonding
b. Dipole-Dipole Interactions
c. London Dispersion Forces
These forces are weak as compared to intramolecular forces, hence, less energy is required to break them
Option A is the correct answer.