Coronary artery disease blocks the delivery of blood to the heart muscles. When too much activities are done by the organism, the heart will pump more blood but have less oxygen delivered in the heart muscles. The heart muscles will then do anaerobic metabolism or metabolism without oxygen which produces lactic acid causes chest pain or angina. In worst case scenario, coronary artery disease will lead to myocardial infarction or heart attach when exposed in too much stressed causing sudden increased in heart activity.
The organism will limit its activity for its heart will not pump or work harder which could lead to heart attack and worst the organism may die.
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it also includes deforestation which harms their habitat and puts them in danger, illegal dumping of toxic wastes also contributes especially on marine life form.
examples of mixtures
1. air is a homogeneous mixture. however, the earth's atmosphere as a whole is a heterogeneous mixture. see the clouds? that's evidence the composition is not uniform.
2. alloys are made when two or more metals are mixed together. they usually are homogeneous mixtures. examples include brass, bronze, steel, and sterling silver. sometimes multiple phases exist in alloys. in these cases, they are heterogeneous mixtures. the two types of mixtures are distinguished by the size of the crystals that are present.
3. mixing together two solids, without melting them together, typically results in a heterogeneous mixture. examples include sand and sugar, salt and gravel, a basket of produce, and a toy box filled with toys.
4. mixtures in two or more phases are heterogeneous mixtures. examples include ice cubes in a drink, sand and water, and salt and oil.
5. the liquid that is immiscible form heterogeneous mixtures. a good example is a mixture of oil and water.
6. chemical solutions are usually homogeneous mixtures. the exception would be solutions that contain another phase of matter. for example, you can make a homogeneous solution of sugar and water, but if there are crystals in the solution, it becomes a heterogeneous mixture.
7. many common chemicals are homogeneous mixtures. examples include vodka, vinegar, and dish washing liquid.
8. many familiar items are heterogeneous mixtures. examples include orange juice with pulp and chicken noodle soup.
9. some mixtures that appear homogeneous at first glance are heterogeneous upon closer inspection. examples include blood, soil, and sand.
10. a homogeneous mixture can be a component of a heterogeneous mixture. for example, bitumen (a homogeneous mixture) is a component of asphalt (a heterogeneous mixture).