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That is 10 times more stars than grains of sand on all the earth. 9) Quasars may be very distant regular galaxies. This answer key is intended for educator use. Answer keys may not be distributed, reproduced, or sold by any individual or outside entity. We have an unusual style in that all of our videos are free as well as our free student video recap handouts from our website (with the exception of "select handouts" available only on TPT). We consider many factors in pricing our keys: time spent answering questions, whether we had to add additional images or labels (we draw all of our own pictures), etc. We love specialty coffees, and we figure that if we can set EACH answer key price at- or a bit less than- what you may spend on 1 specialty coffee drink, then this seems reasonable to us as the video and corresponding student handout are already free. Keys can offer convenience as well as be helpful if you are new to the content. Our answer key bundles combine keys, and we set bundle prices lower than if you were to purchase the keys separately. 4) There is a pattern in the universe. Light particles move from highly dense volumes of space to volumes of less density. In low density volumes, light particles slowly accumulate to form atoms of Hydrogen and Helium which exist as gas clouds (like the Magellanic Clouds or Orion nebula). These gas clouds, called nebulae continue to accumulate trapped light particles. At points of high density planets and stars form and the cloud is eventually dense enough to become a galaxy of stars. The stars emit light particles back out to the rest of the universe, where the light again becomes trapped and forms new clouds. Around each star are many planets and pieces of matter. On many of the planets rotating around stars, living objects evolve that can copy themselves by converting matter around them into more of them. Living objects need matter to replace matter lost from the constant emitting of light particles (decay). Like bacteria, these living objects grow in number, with the most successful organisms occupying and moving around many stars. These advanced organisms then move the groups of stars they control, as a globular cluster, away from the plane of the spiral galaxy. As time continues, all of the stars of a galaxy are occupied by living objects who have organized their stars into globular clusters, and these globular clusters together, form a globular galaxy. The globular galaxy may then exist for a long time living off the matter emitting from stars, in addition to the accumulation of light particles from external sources. 14) Photons take on a variety of shapes at different scales from the smallest forms in light, up to atoms, molecules, molecule groups (like living objects), planets, stars, galaxies, galactic clusters and the visible universe is the largest formation of photons we can see. Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials. Learn More. 8) An expanding universe seems unlikely to me. The supposed red-shifted calcium absorption lines may be a mistaken observation, for one reason because of the different sizes of spectra as clearly seen in the 1936 Humason image, and because distance of light source changes the position, but not the frequency of spectra. Beyond this, the claim of a "background radiation" is probably simply low frequencies of light particles from light sources that are close enough to be detected. Most light sources are too far away for even one particle emitted from them to reach us. 168) The ribosome evolves. First Ribosomal RNA (rRNA). 12) How photons form atoms may still be unknown. Perhaps simply from gravitational attraction, or maybe there need to be large groups of photons to limit available spaces for photons to move in (for example in stars, or galactic centers, and or supernovas. 167) The first proteins on Earth. Transfer RNA molecules evolve (tRNA), and link amimo acids into proteins using other RNA molecules (mRNA) as a template. For the first time, a nucleic acid functions both as a template for building other nucleic acid molecules, and also as a template for building proteins (with the help of tRNA molecules). This protein assembly system is the main system responsible for all the proteins on Earth. Whether the first tRNA and protein assembly evolved before or after the evolution of the ribosome is currently unknown. Random mutations in the copying (and perhaps even in the natural formation) of RNA molecules probably creates a number of the necessary tRNAs (tRNA, are RNA molecules responsible for matching free floating amino acid molecules to three-nucleotide sequences on other RNA molecules). 18) Larger molecules like amino acids, phosphates and sugars, the components of living objects, form on Earth. These molecules are made in the oceans, fresh water, and atmosphere of earth (and other planets) by lightning, light particles with ultraviolet frequency from the Sun, and from ocean floor volcanoes. The initial building blocks of living objects are very easy to produce, but the next step is more difficult: assembling the simple building blocks into longer-chain molecules, or polymers. Amino acids link up to form longer polymers called proteins, simple fatty acids plus alcohols link up to form lipids (oils and fats), simple sugars like glucose and sucrose link together to form complex carbohydrates and starches, and finally, the nucleotide bases (plus phosphates and sugars) link up to form nucleic acids, the genetic code of organisms, known as RNA and DNA. How nucleic acids (polymers made of nucleotides), proteins (polymers made of amino acids), carbohydrates (polymers made of sugars) and lipids (glycerol attached to fatty acids) evolved is not clearly known. Possibly all proteins, carbohydrates and lipids are strictly the products of living objects. Some proteins and nucleic acids have been formed in labs by using clay which can dehydrate and which provides long linear crystal structures to build proteins and nucleic acids on. Amino acids join together to form polypeptides when an H2O molecule is formed from a Hydrogen (H) on 1 amino acid and a hydroxyl (OH) on the second. Perhaps proteins, carbohydrates, lipids and DNA are the products of living objects, with RNA being made without the help of living objects. The most popular theory now has RNA (and potentially lipids) evolving first before any living objects. But perhaps proteins evolved first, and a protein linked together the first nucleic acid. A bacteria can survive the trip between two stars, and possibly a eukaryote cell could survive frozen and be waken up again many years later, but it seems unlikely that a multicellular eukaryotic organism could survive and be revived from one star to another. Probably bacteria from a variety of stars lands on all planets and asteroids, and is revived on many where the temperature allows them to copy. There is still a large amount of experiment, exploration and education that needs to be done to understand the ori. So free light particles are trapped into volumes of space that grow in density first forming atoms, then gas clouds, then stars, a spiral galaxy, and finally a globular galaxy. Stars at our scale may be light particles at a much larger scale, just as light particles at our scale may be stars at a much smaller scale. This system may go on infinitely in both larger and smaller scale. For any given volume of space, there is a ratio of light particles going in versus light particles going out. If more light particles are entering than exiting the volume has a deficit of light particles, and so acts as a vacuum and grows in size, if more particles are exiting than entering, the volume is already very dense, has a surplus of light particles, and is losing density. PDF (Acrobat) Document File Be sure that you have an application to open. 10) Globular clusters and elliptical galaxies may be made by intelligent life, and spiral galaxies formed without the direct help of living objects. The star types are almost all long lived yellow stars, and there is little or no Hydrogen or Helium "dust" as there are in spiral galaxies. The stars in elliptical galaxies are light weeks apart, much closer together than our star which is 4 light years to the closest star system. Life orbiting any star of a spiral galaxy probably would leave the plane of the galaxy by going up or down. As telescopes grow larger, the number of galaxies we see will increase. Mutations Recap Answer Key by The Amoeba Sisters (Amoeba Sisters Answer Key). Part of each tRNA molecule bonds with a specific amino acid, and a 3 nucleotide sequence from a different part of the tRNA molecule bonds with the opposite matching 3 nucleotide sequence on an mRNA molecule. 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