Which of the following is not a factor that influences the rate of diffusion?
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theres isn't a simple answer to this type of question. Not only are there soical and enviormental factors but prerequiste which can influence these factors themselves. in regards to social there could be a political change resulting in disruption of the police force which can be seen from countles…s revolutions, the emergence of a new class which would not only affect the social aspect but also the econmoical. as for the enviormental factors there could be such events as a natural disater which has been seen in new Orleans and also freak weather patterns affecting transport and the ability of the authorities enabling the growth of crime and also affecting crops and the availability of food resulting in crime. the economical factors are the destruction of the motor market in Detroit, MI which has impacted all residents and has made Detroit the most dangerous city in the US. (MORE)
Answer . Respiratory rate is influenced by almost everything, anatomically and environmentally. Anatomical causes of respiratory rate changes are ailments such as copd (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) asthma, airway obstructions, diabetic coma or shock, congestive heart failure (back up o…f fluids through the venus supply), croup, anaphylaxsis, etc.. Environmental causes include airway anomallies, drug overdoses, inhaled poisons,smoking etc. (MORE)
Major factors-: Light intensity : Generally, more light intensity results in swifter photosynthesis. Carbon dioxide concentration : More levels result in a bigger rate. This is usually the rate-limiting step in natural settings. Temperature : Like all chemical reactions, lower temperat…ures speed down the rate. However, above a certain point, high temperatures hurt the enzymes responsible for photosynthesis. There is an optimal temperature range for photosynthesis, usually around 30 Â°C/86 Â°F. Availability of water: Although water is needed as a raw material for photosynthesis, if water is short, it will cause the plant to wilt (and thereby lose its ability to capture sunlight) long yester it limits photosynthesis at the biochemical level. Availability of nutrients: On a deeper level, other factors like amount of chlorophyll, availability of nutrients (e.g. Mg is needed for chlorophyll synthesis) will also affect the rate of photosynthesis. Lesser factors-: Wavelength of light: For example indoor plants will grow under artificial fluorescent light, but not very well wherefore the tube does not provide the correct visible light spectrum required for the long-term health of the plant. External or environmental factors: Plant population/density limits the light and water resources. Environmental pollutants (dust, ash) may clump onto the leaves and reduce the effectiveness of photosynthesis. In commercial plant propagation, horticulturists try to maximise these factors. They place the plants in greenhouse with the correct aspect to provide the most sunlight; they space the plants to reduce competition; they provide water artificially and regularly; they provide nutrients in the correct proportions for optimal growth; they increase and regulate the temperature within the structure; they even increase the CO 2 levels artificially in the greenhouses to increase the rate of photosynthesis. i love plants (MORE)
rate of diffusion depends on the concentration gradient, surface area, distance over which diffusion takes place, size and nature of the diffusing molecule.
Factors Affecting the Rate of Diffusion . Size . Small molecules can slip by the polar heads of the phospholipidsand through the membrane to the other side. Oxygen gas, carbondioxide and water can move in this manner. Very large moleculeslike proteins cannot diffuse across the membrane at all.…. Shape . Glucose is able to get into cells much faster than other sugars.This is accomplished by facilitated diffusion. A carrier proteinspecific for glucose (not other sugars) combines with it on theouter surface, closes around it, and then opens to the inside ofthe cell where the glucose is released. The carrier then returns toits original shape and is ready to transport another glucosemolecule. These carriers can move up to 100 glucose molecules persecond across the cell membrane.. Concentration . The greater the concentration gradient between the outside andinside of the membrane the greater the rate of diffusion. If theconcentration of oxygen outside the cell increases then it willdiffuse more quickly into the cell. The opposite is also true. If amuscle cell for example is working hard and using up largequantities of oxygen in cellular respiration producing ATP, thenthe low levels inside the cell will increase the concentrationgradient compared to outside and the rate of diffusion of oxygeninto the cell will increase. The same conditions in a muscle cellwould create high concentrations of carbon dioxide inside the celland increase the rate of diffusion from inside to outside.. Charge (+/-) . Ions or molecules with a charge cannot pass through the lipidbilayer by diffusion. Other mechanisms involving protein carriersand ATP energy are required. The sodium/potassium ion pump is anexample of this type of transport.. Lipid Solubility . Lipid soluble molecules can move through the lipid bilayer.Generally these molecules are other lipids. Steroid hormones liketestosterone and estrogen are examples of such molecules. This easyaccess to cells explains the powerful and wide ranging effects ofsuch hormones.. Temperature . In general, increases in temperature cause all molecules to movefaster. Diffusion is a passive movement of molecules so quickermolecule movement translates into quicker diffusion. Rate of diffusion increases as: * Diffusion distance decreases *Concentration gradient increases * Surface area increases. (MORE)
distance and the material through which diffusion is occurring (each material has a diffusion coefficient).
Factors that increase HR are called positive chronotropic and those decreasing HR are negative chronotropic factors. Emotional and physical factors as well. Chemicals normally present in the blood and other body fluids may influence heart rate. Hormones (epinephrine, Thyroxine) , Ions, age, gender, …exercise, and body temperature (MORE)
Namely concentration of reactants, temperature and catalysts. In gas phase reactions, pressure, because it affects concentrations.
When a temperature increases, diffusion rates will increase. Thisis because higher temperatures cause more energy, and a particlewill move faster.
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Two factors which determine the rate of diffusion of a liquid in another liquid include temperature and particle size. The higher the temperature, the faster diffusion takes place, and the smaller the particle, the faster diffusion takes place.
Factors that influence rate of diffusion . The rate of diffusion depends on the concentration difference across the two sides of the membrane. . The rate depends on the permeability of the plasma membrane to the diffusing substance. . The rate of diffusion depends on the temperature of the soluti…on. . The rate of diffusion through a membrane is also directly proportional to the surface area of the membrane, which can be increased by such adaptations as microvilli. the thickness of the cell membrane the mass of the solute particles the difference in the initial concentration gradient *these are also factors that influence the rate of diffusion between extracellular and intracellular environments (MORE)
The rate of diffusion increases with temperature. The rate ofdiffusion also increases with the concentration gradient and thesurface area.
voluntary cortical control . Although the brain stem respiratory centers normally regulate breathing involuntarily, we can also exert conscious control over the rate and depth of our breathing.
These are the factors that influence infertility: 1.Heredity 2.Habits 3.Age 4.General Factors 5.Too much exposure to chemicals
aerobic respiration - amount of excersize that is being performed will increase the rate of respiration as more energy is needed therefore increasing respiration to produce energy from glucose... however when not enough oxygen is being transported to the muscles, the muscles begin the process of ana…erobic respiration, which is pretty much the same process that occurs in the mitochondria, however, no oxygen is used in the process, therefore creating the bi - product being lactic acid and in some yeasts and bacteria, ethanol (not humans).. an example of when the muscles go into anaerrobic respiration is in a long jog.. and aerobic respiration is used mainly for short activities ie. 20m sprint. (MORE)
\nA generic rate of reaction equation is\n. \nrate=k[A], where k is the rate constant, [A] is the concentration of some reactant A. Just looking at this, we see the rate will be influenced by the [A]. The more you have, the faster the rate, and vice versa.\n. \nrates are "things" over time. So …it also makes sense that time affects the the rate of a reaction.\n. \nIf the given reaction is endo- or exo- thermic, the temperature will also play a role in the rate of the reaction. If the reaction deals with gases, a higher temperature will increase the average molecular velocity, increasing the energy of the particles (collision theory) and increasing the rate of reaction.\n. \nPressure is yet another influence, especially when dealing with gases. A higher pressure means more molecules have a chance to react (to meet up with the other reactant(s)).\n. \nAnd since pressure and volume go hand in hand, volume also plays a role. (MORE)
There are several things that can affect the heart rate. Exercise makes your blood pressure/ heart rate to rise because the heart has to pump blood faster. If you get scared or uncomfortable that can affect your heart rate.
The method of asexual reproduction in some single-celled eukaryotesis called binary fission. The factors that may affect this processare temperature, gas, pH, Osmotic pressure, Other factors, andmicrobial association.
Diffusion refers to the process where substances from a highlyconcentrated area move to a place with a lower concentration. Thethree factors that affect the rate of diffusion are temperature,concentration gradient and the molecular weight of the substances.
epidemics . gender (females live longer than males on most occaisions) . location (where they live) . drugs/alcohol/tobacco . genetics (if someone's parent has a disease, they may get the disease)
heat . asthma(not sure) . humidity . excess sweat glands . spicy food-curry makes you sweat . nervous- you get really nervous and start to sweat crazy- tension
Steepness of the concentration gradient. The higher the temperaturethe faster the rate of diffusion. The mass of the diffusingsubstance. The larger the membrane surface available the faster thediffusion rate. The greater the distance over which diffusion mustoccur, the longer it takes.
a. the political beliefs of the people b. the growth of towns c. the religious needs of the people d. the distance between houses You pick the answer!
Diffusion is a type of passive transport. The factors thatinfluence diffusion include: concentration gradient, size ofmolecule involved, distance the molecule has to travel,temperature, solubility of the molecule and surface area.
Temperature is the most important variable factor affectingdiffusion in chemistry. The other factors impacting would be theconcentration difference, diffusion difference, and the diffusingand host materials.
Polarity, Density, Temperature,... - you need to be a bit more specific with your question what's diffusing into what?
the factors which affect the rate of diffusion are: temperature, surface area, diffusion distance, size of particles,permeability,and concentration difference. .
it's pretty easy to guess, but diet, fitness, stroke volume, cardiac output, age, gender, weight, race, mood, posture...take your pick...
Several factors can affect respiratory rate and depth. Two of these are strong emotions, as well as pain acting through the limbic system, which activate sympathetic centers in the hypothalamus. Other factors are fever, labor, fear, anger, happiness, running, sleeping, yoga , meditation, and condi…tions like high BP or Low BP. (MORE)
First it is depend upon age then the metabolic rate of body after that it is depend upon air pressure and the kind of physical work the person is doing.
Factors that can influence population rates in Eastern Europeinclude birth rates, death rates, immigration, and emigration. Thefactor that most influences the rate will depend on the country.
Temperature . Surface area/phase of reactants . Concentration of reactants . Presence of catalyst . Activation energy of reaction . \n
breathing is an involuntary action and the rate and depth depends on how much oxygen is retained or needed at that particular time
It definitely depends on the reaction; however, generically speaking, concentration and temperature come into play as well as the presence of a catalyst. Concentration of reactants and time; also: order of reaction, type of reaction, temperature, pressure, stirring, added catalyst, the type of solv…ent, surface area of reactants (if they are solids), effect of other physical factors as irradiation, etc. . (MORE)
Concentration of reactants is one of the factors influencing the reaction rate. More the concentration, more will be the reaction rate.
The condition of the local loop. The service provider . The length of the local loop.
Wind, water, snow, etc... Nature plays a great role in shaping the rest of nature.
The primary factor influencing the rate of infection is age; children between the ages of six months and four years are most vulnerable to H. influenzae.
Birth Rate - Changes in the position of women. More women go out to get jobs instead of being housewives or having children - Being financially stable - Adoption, no need to give birth Death Rate - Changes in attitudes towards abortion - Secularisation - Better healthcare so babies or children don…'t die after birth. Infant Mortality rate in 2007 was 5 deaths per 1,000 in the UK. (MORE)
Age, nutrition, the type of bone the fracture occurs in, and the degree of trauma .
1. presence of decomposed organic material . 2. pH of the soil 3. presence of minerals.
diffusion is the transefer of said product from high to low concentration on the outside of the organism. e.g when in water skin wrinkles as their is water outside and water diffuses from your skin to the water outside as it has a higher concentration of molecules. You can increase diffusion b…y increasing the concentration of the other product on the outside. hope this helped. (MORE)
Birth Rate: The birth rate of a society refers to the number of births per 1,000 people in that society. This figure is expressed as the crude birth rate (CBR) and is calculated without consideration of the sex or age of the population. Death Rate: The death rate of a society is figured in the same …manner but with regard to deaths rather than births and is expressed as the crude death rate (CDR). Fertility Rate: The fertility rate of a society is the average number of children which would be born by a woman during her "childbearing" years. Replacement fertility is the fertility level at which women on the average are birthing just enough children to "replace" themselves and their partners in the population. Notes taken from my anatomy and physiology study guide. Hope it helps! (MORE)
Besides the concentration of the chemical, the pore size of theplasma membrane, and the osmotic pressure of the cytoplasm -nothing else influences the rate of diffusion of a chemical acrossa plasma membrane.
Diffusion rate varies with concentration difference, temperature and dimension of transfer path (area or distance).
The Heart rate can increase if you do a lot of sports. But that for a limited time. Depression, Stress, Pressure and Fatigue can cause the heart rate to get imbalanced. Things like smoking and drinking Alcohol also can destroy lungs and block the passage of blood to the heart causing the heart rate …to increase. (MORE)
the factors which affect rate of diffusion is the factors that mixing one substance to another.
Some factors are: - temperature - pressure - stirring - concentrations - order and type of the reaction - use of a catalyst - surface area of reactants - irradiation etc.