Air temperature depends on many diverse environmental (vegetation) and geographical factors, being the most important one the altitude on the sea level since this factor can directly affect the amount of radiation received on the Earth's surface. Recently, many meteorological models capable of estimating air temperature under certain conditions have been developed. These computational models consider a multiplicity of factors and use input data that are associated with the topography and the location (e.g., longitude, latitude and altitude).
Arthropods are invertebrate animals with articulated locomotor organs, which is the main characteristic of this phylum. The articulated paws allow the animal to perform various movements, very well defined and elaborate. This feature gives these animals not only efficient locomotion, but also aids in their defense and food capture.
They have another striking feature as well, which is the diversely segmented body, but always covered by a chitin cuticle, which represents its exoskeleton. Some have a calcareous shell outside the chitinous exoskeleton, such as crustaceans.
The vestibular receptors lie in the inner ear next to the auditory cochlea.
Since the receptors detect rotational motion, such as head rotation, linear motion relative to gravity and transition these motions into neural signals that can be sent to the brain, the answer to this:
Some mutagens strip DNA nucleotides (bases) of essential modifications—for example, they deaminate the bases—such that these bases resemble different nucleotides and confuse the DNA replication machinery. Subsequent rounds of DNA replication then permanently incorporate such changes.