Essential Readings For IELTS by Mohammad Ali Salmani-Nodoushan, PhD

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32) A liquid ocean exists underneath Europa. ⓡ ⓦ ⓝ 33) Saturn’s moon Titan is able to support Earth-like life forms. ⓡ ⓦ ⓝ 34) Natural selection can change associated with primitive life forms. acids ⓡ ⓦ ⓝ from ⓡ ⓦ ⓝ 36) The star Tau Ceti in the constellation Cetus is very much like our own sun. ⓡ ⓦ ⓝ 35) Searching the skies for radio extraterrestrial life is doomed to fail. nucleic signals QUESTIONS 37-40 Complete each of the following statements with a name from the Reading Passage. Write your answers in boxes below.

The human body can adapt fairly well to a reduction in the intake of nutrients. Cutting the intake by half will reduce body weight by about one-fourth, but a person may subsist at this level for some time without experiencing adverse health effects. Any additional drop in intake, however, can be dangerous. Starvation is only one of the possible results; equally serious are diseases that successfully attack an undernourished body. Long-term effects are also serious. Adults can generally recover successfully from a period of famine, but children may suffer permanent physical and mental damage from undernourishment at a vulnerable time of rapid growth.

J have a cosmic origin. K experienced more volcanic activity. L that trapped the sun’s heat. M allowed organic compounds to form on Earth. THE ORIGINS OF LIFE During the 1920s, Russian biologist Oparin and British biologist Haldane proposed that life could have arisen as a consequence of the physical and chemical formation of Earth. The early Earth had an environment very different from the conditions on Earth today. The young Earth had more volcanic activity than today’s Earth, warming the atmosphere and filling it with chemicals that trapped the sun’s heat.

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