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hahndelphia
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How does the endomembrane system work together with the ribosomes? - A. takes proteins out of the cell B. provides a protective covering C. helps to make food D. obtains energy for the cell
How does the endomembrane system work together with the ribosomes? - A. takes proteins out of the cell B. provides a protective covering C. helps to make food D. obtains energy for the cell
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vicenta84
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How has technology helped reduce the spread of infectious disease? - How has technology helped reduce the spread of infectious disease?
How has technology helped reduce the spread of infectious disease? - How has technology helped reduce the spread of infectious disease?
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How does earth science overlap with life science - How does earth science overlap with life science
How does earth science overlap with life science - How does earth science overlap with life science
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vernjaskolski
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How did Beadle and Tatum's experiments provide a chemical explanation for dominance and recessiveness? - How did Beadle and Tatum's experiments provide a chemical explanation for dominance and
How did Beadle and Tatum's experiments provide a chemical explanation for dominance and recessiveness? - How did Beadle and Tatum's experiments provide a chemical explanation for dominance and recessiveness?
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ywalter
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How do cells in the ovary detect a hormone from the brain? - how do cells in the ovary detect a hormone from the brain?
how do cells in the ovary detect a hormone from the brain? - how do cells in the ovary detect a hormone from the brain?
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pbogan
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How the media impacts our values and beliefs about marriage both in a positive and negative way - how the media impacts our values and beliefs about marriage both in a positive and negative way
how the media impacts our values and beliefs about marriage both in a positive and negative way - how the media impacts our values and beliefs about marriage both in a positive and negative way
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tyrel61
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How does sickle -cell disease exemplify the concept of pleiotropy? - please help
how does sickle -cell disease exemplify the concept of pleiotropy? - please help
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randallheaney
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How many egg chromosome number do human, cat, onions, rye, guinea pig, and chiken have?? - how many egg chromosome number do human, cat, onions, rye, guinea pig, and chiken have??
how many egg chromosome number do human, cat, onions, rye, guinea pig, and chiken have?? - how many egg chromosome number do human, cat, onions, rye, guinea pig, and chiken have??
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jayderogahn
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Hich macromolecule provides the blueprint for living things, by storing and transmitting genetic information? - hich macromolecule provides the blueprint for living things, by storing and transmitting
hich macromolecule provides the blueprint for living things, by storing and transmitting genetic information? - hich macromolecule provides the blueprint for living things, by storing and transmitting genetic information?
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isaiah42
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How does the appearance of the pencil depend on level the of water in the glass changes? - How does the appearance of the pencil depend on level the of water in the glass changes?
How does the appearance of the pencil depend on level the of water in the glass changes? - How does the appearance of the pencil depend on level the of water in the glass changes?
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danikanader
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Help please Determine the genotype of each parent plant and write them below. - Use W to indicate the allele for white flowers and R to indicate the allele for red flowers. Genotype of homozygous
Help please Determine the genotype of each parent plant and write them below. - Use W to indicate the allele for white flowers and R to indicate the allele for red flowers. Genotype of homozygous parent plant with white Genotype of homozygous parent plant with red
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ivawolf
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Hairlike parts that spin to push a bacterium through water or other liquids are called _________________. - hairlike parts that spin to push a bacterium through water or other liquids are called
hairlike parts that spin to push a bacterium through water or other liquids are called _________________. - hairlike parts that spin to push a bacterium through water or other liquids are called _________________.
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ehudson
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How does genetic engineering affect a cell's characteristics? - A. Allows scientists to induce a cell to make needed chemicals. B. Allows scientists to induce cells to divide rapidly. C. Allows nature
How does genetic engineering affect a cell's characteristics? - A. Allows scientists to induce a cell to make needed chemicals. B. Allows scientists to induce cells to divide rapidly. C. Allows nature to produce favorable traits quickly and precisely. D. Allows nature to produce favorable traits slowly and precisely. A
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ireichert
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How is bacteria a decomposer? - How is bacteria a decomposer?
How is bacteria a decomposer? - How is bacteria a decomposer?
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hilbertmills
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How did the discovery of the rhesus factor affect society? - How did the discovery of the rhesus factor affect society?
How did the discovery of the rhesus factor affect society? - How did the discovery of the rhesus factor affect society?
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sammie01
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Half of the polar bears in a small population die. - This population may experience changes due to
Half of the polar bears in a small population die. - This population may experience changes due to
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blakin
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How is it possible that over 20 million living organisms on the planet are made up of only 5 types of nucleotide bases arrange in long chains - how is it possible that over 20 million living organisms
how is it possible that over 20 million living organisms on the planet are made up of only 5 types of nucleotide bases arrange in long chains - how is it possible that over 20 million living organisms on the planet are made up of only 5 types of nucleotide bases arrange in long chains
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schroederhilma
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Human gametes are _____. - isogamous anisogamous oogamous none of the above
Human gametes are _____. - isogamous anisogamous oogamous none of the above
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keeblerefrain
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How does capillary action help sustain life on earth? - Uptake of food and water by plants Change in climates Water strider walking on water
How does capillary action help sustain life on earth? - Uptake of food and water by plants Change in climates Water strider walking on water
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dejuan20
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How many parents are required for asexual reproduction - how many parents are required for asexual reproduction
how many parents are required for asexual reproduction - how many parents are required for asexual reproduction
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waltermelany
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How do aggregate fruits develop? - How do aggregate fruits develop?
How do aggregate fruits develop? - How do aggregate fruits develop?
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nevastrosin
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How are proteins, lipids, and polysaccharides similar? - A) They contain the same atoms and types of bonds between atoms. B) They are natural polymers composed of repeating monomeric units. C) They
How are proteins, lipids, and polysaccharides similar? - A) They contain the same atoms and types of bonds between atoms. B) They are natural polymers composed of repeating monomeric units. C) They are formed during exergonic metabolic reactions in a cell. D) They have characteristics similar to the elements making them up.
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josefinaparker
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Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2) is a toxic by-product of cellular metabolism in aerobic organisms. - The reaction below occurs within the cells to prevent the accumulation of hydrogen peroxide
Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2) is a toxic by-product of cellular metabolism in aerobic organisms. - The reaction below occurs within the cells to prevent the accumulation of hydrogen peroxide
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rosario40
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How are the three chromosomal aberrations different from each other? - How are the three chromosomal aberrations different from each other?
How are the three chromosomal aberrations different from each other? - How are the three chromosomal aberrations different from each other?
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windlermarcus
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How does the composition of the magma affect the temperatureat wich it solidifies? - How does the composition of the magma affect the temperatureat wich it solidifies?
How does the composition of the magma affect the temperatureat wich it solidifies? - How does the composition of the magma affect the temperatureat wich it solidifies?
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juliana98
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How is carbon reintroduced into the atmosphere? - a. respiration b. photosynthesis c. evaporation d. all of the above
How is carbon reintroduced into the atmosphere? - a. respiration b. photosynthesis c. evaporation d. all of the above
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christiansenreb
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How did the second Industrial Revolution affect the United States? - a. It lessened the demand for additional national defense. b. The United States began to concentrate on expanding outside the
How did the second Industrial Revolution affect the United States? - a. It lessened the demand for additional national defense. b. The United States began to concentrate on expanding outside the continent. c. It increased the demand for raw materials.
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erowe
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Hairlike parts that spin to push a bacterium through water or other liquids are called..... - Hairlike parts that spin to push a bacterium through water or other liquids are called.....
Hairlike parts that spin to push a bacterium through water or other liquids are called..... - Hairlike parts that spin to push a bacterium through water or other liquids are called.....
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wardshirley
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How many major reservoirs does carbon move between .3 .4 .5 .2 - How many major reservoirs does carbon move between .3 .4 .5 .2
How many major reservoirs does carbon move between .3 .4 .5 .2 - How many major reservoirs does carbon move between .3 .4 .5 .2
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howejerald
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Healthy bodies can come in a variety of shapes and sizes. - How would changes in the types of bodies used in advertisements affect the health choices of the general public? a. Decreased use of
Healthy bodies can come in a variety of shapes and sizes. - How would changes in the types of bodies used in advertisements affect the health choices of the general public? a. Decreased use of ectomorph body types will increase pressure to undereat b. Decreased use of mesomorph body types will increase pressure to undereat c. Increased use of ectomorph body types will increase pressure to undereat d. Increased use of mesomorph body types will increase pressure to undereat
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gilbertharvey
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How did Thomas Malthus contribute Darwin's theory of evolution? - How did Thomas Malthus contribute Darwin's theory of evolution?
How did Thomas Malthus contribute Darwin's theory of evolution? - How did Thomas Malthus contribute Darwin's theory of evolution?
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rachaelrowe
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Hair would be dry and brittle without the presence of? - A) sebaceous glands B) keratin C) melanin D) fat
Hair would be dry and brittle without the presence of? - A) sebaceous glands B) keratin C) melanin D) fat
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wkrajcik
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How does inflammation help the body fight off further infection? - A) Inflammation keeps harmful substances away from healthy cells. B) Inflammation triggers the production of white blood cells. C)
How does inflammation help the body fight off further infection? - A) Inflammation keeps harmful substances away from healthy cells. B) Inflammation triggers the production of white blood cells. C) Inflammation drops the pH of blood. D) Inflammation raises the pH of blood.
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fbotsford
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How many genotypes are possible for the offspring? - Explain.
How many genotypes are possible for the offspring? - Explain.
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rowlandsporer
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How do annuals , biennials and perennials differ ? - How do annuals , biennials and perennials differ ?
How do annuals , biennials and perennials differ ? - How do annuals , biennials and perennials differ ?
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wdietrich
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How many molecules of water are required to completely hydrolyse a polypeptide made up of 23 amino acids? - A. 11 B. 22 C. 23 D. 44
How many molecules of water are required to completely hydrolyse a polypeptide made up of 23 amino acids? - A. 11 B. 22 C. 23 D. 44
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konopelskimarin
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Hybridization _____. - is the oldest form of genetic engineering often creates sterile offspring creates an exact copy of an organism is illegal
Hybridization _____. - is the oldest form of genetic engineering often creates sterile offspring creates an exact copy of an organism is illegal
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margarettemarks
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How does adaptation affect the survival of a species? - why?
how does adaptation affect the survival of a species? - why?
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gusikowskitierr
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How do single-celled decomposers get energy? - A. They make their own food. B. They use a process called budding, C. They feed on living organisms. D. They break down dead organisms.
How do single-celled decomposers get energy? - A. They make their own food. B. They use a process called budding, C. They feed on living organisms. D. They break down dead organisms.
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eli57
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How quickly would groundwater flow through rock with high porosity and high permeability? - pls explain
how quickly would groundwater flow through rock with high porosity and high permeability? - pls explain
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zemlakbuford
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How are rotation and day related - How are rotation and day related
How are rotation and day related - How are rotation and day related
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friesenjason
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How do bryophytes differ from vascular plants? - How do bryophytes differ from vascular plants?
How do bryophytes differ from vascular plants? - How do bryophytes differ from vascular plants?
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mbogisich
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How do cell walls and a cuticle help plants live in deserts - how do cell walls and a cuticle help plants live in deserts
how do cell walls and a cuticle help plants live in deserts - how do cell walls and a cuticle help plants live in deserts
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balistreriamani
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How do tussock moths obtain energy in cellular respiration? - How do tussock moths obtain energy in cellular respiration?
How do tussock moths obtain energy in cellular respiration? - How do tussock moths obtain energy in cellular respiration?
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pfeffermartine
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How many vertices does a heptagon have - how many vertices does a heptagon have
how many vertices does a heptagon have - how many vertices does a heptagon have
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bridget06
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How does water get to the leaves in the tops of the tallest trees against the force of gravity? - How does water get to the leaves in the tops of the tallest trees against the force of gravity?
How does water get to the leaves in the tops of the tallest trees against the force of gravity? - How does water get to the leaves in the tops of the tallest trees against the force of gravity?
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zkoch
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How fast do hummingbirds fly? - Why is the question a scientific question?
How fast do hummingbirds fly? - Why is the question a scientific question?
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beatricekautzer
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How is a land breeze similar to a sea breeze and how are they different - how is a land breeze similar to a sea breeze and how are they different
how is a land breeze similar to a sea breeze and how are they different - how is a land breeze similar to a sea breeze and how are they different
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josephineolson
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How do volcanoes that form on a plate moves over hot spot in the mantle differ from volcanoes that form along convergent plate boundaries - how do volcanoes that form on a plate moves over hot spot in
how do volcanoes that form on a plate moves over hot spot in the mantle differ from volcanoes that form along convergent plate boundaries - how do volcanoes that form on a plate moves over hot spot in the mantle differ from volcanoes that form along convergent plate boundaries
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jonathonwolff
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Hominid that hunted large animals but disappeared - Hominid that hunted large animals but disappeared
Hominid that hunted large animals but disappeared - Hominid that hunted large animals but disappeared
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dimitritowne
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How does the zygosporangium of Rhizopus stolonifer function to ensure the survival of the species? - How does the zygosporangium of Rhizopus stolonifer function to ensure the survival of the species?
How does the zygosporangium of Rhizopus stolonifer function to ensure the survival of the species? - How does the zygosporangium of Rhizopus stolonifer function to ensure the survival of the species?
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bretkohler
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How can a nutritionist or dietitian help an athlete train for a major competition, race, or game? - How can a nutritionist or dietitian help an athlete train for a major competition, race, or game?
How can a nutritionist or dietitian help an athlete train for a major competition, race, or game? - How can a nutritionist or dietitian help an athlete train for a major competition, race, or game?
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noe14
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How would Lamarck have explained the length of a giraffe's neck - how would Lamarck have explained the length of a giraffe's neck
how would Lamarck have explained the length of a giraffe's neck - how would Lamarck have explained the length of a giraffe's neck
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albina27
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How are a mold and a cast related? - how are a mold and a cast related?
how are a mold and a cast related? - how are a mold and a cast related?
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carmela87
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How many body openings do cnidarians have? - How many body openings do cnidarians have?
How many body openings do cnidarians have? - How many body openings do cnidarians have?
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roselyn93
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How does the density of oceanic crust differ from that of continental crust? - Why is this difference important?
How does the density of oceanic crust differ from that of continental crust? - Why is this difference important?
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kayley79
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How are elodea cells and paramecia cells different - How are elodea cells and paramecia cells different
How are elodea cells and paramecia cells different - How are elodea cells and paramecia cells different
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ihackett
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How much of the energy reaching Earth is absorbed and converted to chemical energy by the process of photosynthesis? - Where does the other energy go?
How much of the energy reaching Earth is absorbed and converted to chemical energy by the process of photosynthesis? - Where does the other energy go?
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nschoen
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Human cells have 46 chromosomes. - Each chromosome consists of a pair of identical chromatids attached together by a structure called a centromere. Once the chromosome has split, each chromatid is
Human cells have 46 chromosomes. - Each chromosome consists of a pair of identical chromatids attached together by a structure called a centromere. Once the chromosome has split, each chromatid is called a daughter chromosome. At the end of cytokinesis, how many daughter chromosomes will be found in each cell? Explain?
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georgettevonrue
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Help me please, The similarities between the nervous and endocrine system are exemplified by adrenalin (also called epinephrine). - Adrenalin is an amino acid-based hormone, but it (along with
Help me please, The similarities between the nervous and endocrine system are exemplified by adrenalin (also called epinephrine). - Adrenalin is an amino acid-based hormone, but it (along with norepinephrine) is also a neurotransmitter in the sympathetic nervous system. In both systems, adrenalin binds with membrane-embedded receptors, which causes a response in the interior of the cell. Is adrenalin's dual role an advantage or disadvantage? Why or why not?
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huelsisaac
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How do human diseases caused by bacteria and diseases caused by viruses react to antibiotics? - How do human diseases caused by bacteria and diseases caused by viruses react to antibiotics?
How do human diseases caused by bacteria and diseases caused by viruses react to antibiotics? - How do human diseases caused by bacteria and diseases caused by viruses react to antibiotics?
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rempelkareem
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How will the addition of water affect the acidity of a highly addic solution having pH 2 - How will the addition of water affect the acidity of a highly addic solution having pH 2
How will the addition of water affect the acidity of a highly addic solution having pH 2 - How will the addition of water affect the acidity of a highly addic solution having pH 2
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fpacocha
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How does the change in the temperature relate to the volume of gas in the balloon? - How does the change in the temperature relate to the volume of gas in the balloon?
How does the change in the temperature relate to the volume of gas in the balloon? - How does the change in the temperature relate to the volume of gas in the balloon?
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octavia88
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How does the contractile vacuole in a single-celled organism function to maintain homeostasis? - How does the contractile vacuole in a single-celled organism function to maintain homeostasis?
How does the contractile vacuole in a single-celled organism function to maintain homeostasis? - How does the contractile vacuole in a single-celled organism function to maintain homeostasis?
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sandy90
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How is the presence of Burmese pythons changing the Everglades? - How is the presence of Burmese pythons changing the Everglades?
How is the presence of Burmese pythons changing the Everglades? - How is the presence of Burmese pythons changing the Everglades?
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briana49
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How can an octopus be able to fit its entire body into any space it finds regardless of its size - How can an octopus be able to fit its entire body into any space it finds regardless of its size
How can an octopus be able to fit its entire body into any space it finds regardless of its size - How can an octopus be able to fit its entire body into any space it finds regardless of its size
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schoensibyl
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How many and what type of chromosomes would be expected in a karyotype of a human male - how many and what type of chromosomes would be expected in a karyotype of a human male
how many and what type of chromosomes would be expected in a karyotype of a human male - how many and what type of chromosomes would be expected in a karyotype of a human male
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demariowitting
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How is Uranus different from most other planets. - how is Uranus different from most other planets.
how is Uranus different from most other planets. - how is Uranus different from most other planets.
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flohuel
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Hydrogen gas (H2) and oxygen gas (O2) react to form liquid hydrogen peroxide (H2O2). - Which statement is true about the reaction? The same atoms are present, so the chemical properties are the same.
Hydrogen gas (H2) and oxygen gas (O2) react to form liquid hydrogen peroxide (H2O2). - Which statement is true about the reaction? The same atoms are present, so the chemical properties are the same. The atoms of the reactants have combined to form a new substance. The product that is formed has the same physical properties as the reactants. The two gases have mixed together, but a new substance has not formed.
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qboyer
Updated 1 month ago
How can seismic waves be used to determine an earthquake's epicenter? - How can seismic waves be used to determine an earthquake's epicenter?
How can seismic waves be used to determine an earthquake's epicenter? - How can seismic waves be used to determine an earthquake's epicenter?
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kquigley
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How does exercise affect the balance of salt and water in your body seventh grade science middle school - how does exercise affect the balance of salt and water in your body seventh grade science
how does exercise affect the balance of salt and water in your body seventh grade science middle school - how does exercise affect the balance of salt and water in your body seventh grade science middle school
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iroob
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Human impact on ecosystems would most likely lead to secondary succession over primary succession. - true or false
Human impact on ecosystems would most likely lead to secondary succession over primary succession. - true or false
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ukulas
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How does biogeographic isolation allow for the change of gene pools over time? - How does biogeographic isolation allow for the change of gene pools over time?
How does biogeographic isolation allow for the change of gene pools over time? - How does biogeographic isolation allow for the change of gene pools over time?
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isobelherman
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How many chambers does the heart contain? - A. 3 B. 4 C. 5 D. 6
How many chambers does the heart contain? - A. 3 B. 4 C. 5 D. 6
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adamslottie
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How does population density differ from population size? - a. Population size takes all organisms into account, while population density only takes specific age groups of the population into account.
How does population density differ from population size? - a. Population size takes all organisms into account, while population density only takes specific age groups of the population into account. b. Population size is the total number of organisms, while population density is the total number of organisms within a given area. c. Population size is the total number of organisms within a given area, while population density is the total number of organisms of a specific age. d. Population size
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jon44
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How does a diaphragm prevent pregnancy Select one of the options below as your answer: - a. It releases spermicide into the uterus to keep sperm from fertilizing eggs. b. It produces hormones that
How does a diaphragm prevent pregnancy Select one of the options below as your answer: - a. It releases spermicide into the uterus to keep sperm from fertilizing eggs. b. It produces hormones that keep a woman's ovaries from releasing eggs. c. It covers the penis to keep it from releasing sperm into the vagina. d. It blocks the cervix in order to keep sperm from entering the uterus
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aimeereynolds
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How does science help in the progress of the society? - a. by helping society answer questions about life b. by helping society believe in unobservable facts c. by helping society take decisions based
How does science help in the progress of the society? - a. by helping society answer questions about life b. by helping society believe in unobservable facts c. by helping society take decisions based on human opinions d. by helping society take decisions based on investigations
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garryfeil
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How could you determine the best concentration of solutes to give to a patient in need of IV fluids before you introduce the fluids into the patient's body? - How could you determine the best
How could you determine the best concentration of solutes to give to a patient in need of IV fluids before you introduce the fluids into the patient's body? - How could you determine the best concentration of solutes to give to a patient in need of IV fluids before you introduce the fluids into the patient's body?
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hamillolaf
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How can local environmental changes have global effects? - a. Organisms can move from one environment to another. b. Air and water move from region to region. c. Increased carbon dioxide in one
How can local environmental changes have global effects? - a. Organisms can move from one environment to another. b. Air and water move from region to region. c. Increased carbon dioxide in one location can cause increased temperatures in other locations. d. All of the above are true.
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america63
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How does the respiratory system help build social relationships? - A. the respiratory system helps create sound that enables humans to communicate with each other. B. the respiratory system helps
how does the respiratory system help build social relationships? - A. the respiratory system helps create sound that enables humans to communicate with each other. B. the respiratory system helps prevent the spread of disease so humans are able to live in communities together. C. the respiratory system helps humans have feelings and base decisions on those feelings. D. the respiratory system helps humans remember and recall memories of friends and special times.
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aueroliver
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How can natural selection affect a predator-prey relationship in an ecosystem? - Choose all answers that are correct. a. Only select generations are affected by natural selection over time. b. Traits
How can natural selection affect a predator-prey relationship in an ecosystem? - Choose all answers that are correct. a. Only select generations are affected by natural selection over time. b. Traits that allow for survival and reproduction at a greater rate than those without the trait will be selected by nature. c. Predator and prey populations are both affected by natural selection. d. Changes in one population do not affect the other population.
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xmarquardt
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How does radiometric dating help scientists pinpoint the age of a fossil? - How does radiometric dating help scientists pinpoint the age of a fossil?
How does radiometric dating help scientists pinpoint the age of a fossil? - How does radiometric dating help scientists pinpoint the age of a fossil?
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kaci12
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How many protons are there in the following atom? - 235 92 U 235 143 317 92
How many protons are there in the following atom? - 235 92 U 235 143 317 92
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amelielarson
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How many elements have been discovered? - A. 110 B. less than 110 C. more than 110
How many elements have been discovered? - A. 110 B. less than 110 C. more than 110
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rosenbaumgertru
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How does Newton's law of universal gravitation apply to Earth and the moon? - How does Newton's law of universal gravitation apply to Earth and the moon?
How does Newton's law of universal gravitation apply to Earth and the moon? - How does Newton's law of universal gravitation apply to Earth and the moon?
Chemistry
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margaretestroma
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How many oxygen atoms are in 0.063 mol of dinitrogen pentoxide (N2O5)? - Answer in units of atoms.
How many oxygen atoms are in 0.063 mol of dinitrogen pentoxide (N2O5)? - Answer in units of atoms.
Chemistry
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dameonfritsch
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How does a solution of sugar in water is different from a solution of starch in water with respect to: - (i) Tyndall effect (ii) Filterability (iii) Appearance
How does a solution of sugar in water is different from a solution of starch in water with respect to: - (i) Tyndall effect (ii) Filterability (iii) Appearance
Chemistry
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evalynzieme
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How many 100 mg tetracycline capsules can be made from 1 kg of tetracycline? - (A) 10 (B) 100 (C) 1,000 (D) 10,000 (E) 100,000
How many 100 mg tetracycline capsules can be made from 1 kg of tetracycline? - (A) 10 (B) 100 (C) 1,000 (D) 10,000 (E) 100,000
Chemistry
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frederick21
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Hydrology examines __________. - Hydrology examines __________.
Hydrology examines __________. - Hydrology examines __________.
Chemistry
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elinore77
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How were fossil symbols and mountain belts helpful in deciding where to move the continents - how were fossil symbols and mountain belts helpful in deciding where to move the continents
how were fossil symbols and mountain belts helpful in deciding where to move the continents - how were fossil symbols and mountain belts helpful in deciding where to move the continents
Chemistry
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amorissette
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How many pairs are shared between the nitrogen atoms for hydrazine - How many pairs are shared between the nitrogen atoms for hydrazine
How many pairs are shared between the nitrogen atoms for hydrazine - How many pairs are shared between the nitrogen atoms for hydrazine
Chemistry
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ewolff
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How does litmus paper identify a base? - A base turns red litmus blue. A base turns blue litmus red. A base turns orange litmus red. A base turns yellow litmus blue.
How does litmus paper identify a base? - A base turns red litmus blue. A base turns blue litmus red. A base turns orange litmus red. A base turns yellow litmus blue.
Chemistry
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merl34
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How do farmers work to prevent wind erosion of topsoil - how do farmers work to prevent wind erosion of topsoil
how do farmers work to prevent wind erosion of topsoil - how do farmers work to prevent wind erosion of topsoil
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wisozkkitty
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How do Crocodiles See, Hear, and Smell? - How do Crocodiles See, Hear, and Smell?
How do Crocodiles See, Hear, and Smell? - How do Crocodiles See, Hear, and Smell?
Chemistry
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deonprosacco
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How many valence electrons do alkaline earth metals have in their elemental state? - how many valence electrons do alkaline earth metals have in their elemental state?
how many valence electrons do alkaline earth metals have in their elemental state? - how many valence electrons do alkaline earth metals have in their elemental state?
Chemistry
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veumdaren
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How many moles are there in 25.0 g of sodium? - How many moles are there in 25.0 g of sodium?
How many moles are there in 25.0 g of sodium? - How many moles are there in 25.0 g of sodium?
Chemistry
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wildermanandrew
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How many grams of TiCl4 are needed to produce 14.7 g of titanium? - How many grams of TiCl4 are needed to produce 14.7 g of titanium?
How many grams of TiCl4 are needed to produce 14.7 g of titanium? - How many grams of TiCl4 are needed to produce 14.7 g of titanium?
Chemistry
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ngerlach
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How does a graph with no trend differ from a graph with anomalous data points? - How does a graph with no trend differ from a graph with anomalous data points?
How does a graph with no trend differ from a graph with anomalous data points? - How does a graph with no trend differ from a graph with anomalous data points?
Chemistry
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volkmangabe
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How many moles of titanium are contained in 71.4 g - how many moles of titanium are contained in 71.4 g
how many moles of titanium are contained in 71.4 g - how many moles of titanium are contained in 71.4 g
Chemistry
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elnora98
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Hydrogen peroxide H2O2 is a molecular compound used to disenfect cuts. - Why is the formula of this compound not written as HO
Hydrogen peroxide H2O2 is a molecular compound used to disenfect cuts. - Why is the formula of this compound not written as HO
Chemistry
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