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What causes soils and their horizons to differ? - a. differences in climates where the soils are formed b. differences in plant and animal life in different locations c. differences in the layout of
What causes soils and their horizons to differ? - a. differences in climates where the soils are formed b. differences in plant and animal life in different locations c. differences in the layout of the land d. all of the above
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When you ride a roller coaster what makes your body rise out of its seat at the top of a hill - When you ride a roller coaster what makes your body rise out of its seat at the top of a hill
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veumclifton
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Which of the following statements is (are) FALSE? - I. Vertebrate blood is a type of connective tissue. II. Plasma is composed mainly of water. III. Most infectious agents we breathe in are filtered
Which of the following statements is (are) FALSE? - I. Vertebrate blood is a type of connective tissue. II. Plasma is composed mainly of water. III. Most infectious agents we breathe in are filtered through the tonsils. IV. Lymph is returned to the circulatory system through ducts near the shoulders. A) I only B) II only C) III only D) IV only E) I and III only
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Why aren't all minerals gemstones? - Why aren't all minerals gemstones?
Why aren't all minerals gemstones? - Why aren't all minerals gemstones?
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Which type of mutation cannot occur in a child after birth? - germline mutation somatic mutation point mutation frameshift mutation
Which type of mutation cannot occur in a child after birth? - germline mutation somatic mutation point mutation frameshift mutation
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What type of mammal is a peccary is it a marsupial, monotreme or a placental - what type of mammal is a peccary is it a marsupial, monotreme or a placental
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roelstokes
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Which of these is an example of asexual reproduction? - A. )New grass plants grow from grass runners that spread across a lawn. B. )A piece of a rose stem is planted in the ground and a new rosebush
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champlinboris
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Which is not a taxonomic classification? - a. phylum b. class c. organization d. genus
Which is not a taxonomic classification? - a. phylum b. class c. organization d. genus
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rhiannon77
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Which of the following molecules link together to form starch? - Which of the following molecules link together to form starch?
Which of the following molecules link together to form starch? - Which of the following molecules link together to form starch?
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What was one main cause of the Age of Exploration? - A) The Great Awakening B) The Dark Ages C) The Crusades D) The Roaring Twenties
What was one main cause of the Age of Exploration? - A) The Great Awakening B) The Dark Ages C) The Crusades D) The Roaring Twenties
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simeon10
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Which statements describe properties that are unique to metalloids? - Which statements describe properties that are unique to metalloids?
Which statements describe properties that are unique to metalloids? - Which statements describe properties that are unique to metalloids?
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Which statement best describes the difference in how water and glucose can move across a plasma membrane? - Question 3 Water enters and leaves by osmosis and glucose enters and leaves by simple
Which statement best describes the difference in how water and glucose can move across a plasma membrane? - Question 3 Water enters and leaves by osmosis and glucose enters and leaves by simple diffusion. Both water and glucose enter and leave by active transport. Water enters and leaves by osmosis, while glucose requires facilitated diffusion or active transport.
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jenniegutmann
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Why wont the human body reuse enzymes in cooked fruits and vegetables - why wont the human body reuse enzymes in cooked fruits and vegetables
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ymayert
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Why do scientists measure and record mass instead of weight - Why do scientists measure and record mass instead of weight
Why do scientists measure and record mass instead of weight - Why do scientists measure and record mass instead of weight
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Why is the lower epidermis of zebrina a complex tissue - why is the lower epidermis of zebrina a complex tissue
why is the lower epidermis of zebrina a complex tissue - why is the lower epidermis of zebrina a complex tissue
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schusterflorian
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What would happen in an ecosystem without herbivores? - (2 points) The populations of secondary consumers would decrease. The populations of primary producers would decrease. The populations of
What would happen in an ecosystem without herbivores? - (2 points) The populations of secondary consumers would decrease. The populations of primary producers would decrease. The populations of secondary consumers would increase. The populations of primary consumers would increase.
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Why are diseases transmitted by vectors harder to control than othwrs - why are diseases transmitted by vectors harder to control than othwrs
why are diseases transmitted by vectors harder to control than othwrs - why are diseases transmitted by vectors harder to control than othwrs
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bogisichestella
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Which form of natural selection on polygenic traits results in the creation of two distinct phenotypes? - A. Directional selection B. Disruptive selection C. Stabilizing selection D. Artificial
Which form of natural selection on polygenic traits results in the creation of two distinct phenotypes? - A. Directional selection B. Disruptive selection C. Stabilizing selection D. Artificial selection
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shawnmueller
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Which activity happens during the M phase? - Which activity happens during the M phase?
Which activity happens during the M phase? - Which activity happens during the M phase?
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mayerlizeth
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Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of members of the Plant Kingdom? - Plants are multicellular All plants are eukaryotic Plants are heterotrophs Plants are covered in a waxy substance
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of members of the Plant Kingdom? - Plants are multicellular All plants are eukaryotic Plants are heterotrophs Plants are covered in a waxy substance called a cuticle that allows them to retain water.
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yshanahan
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What does the outer ear consist of ? - select all that apply ! >>Chochlea,Lateral canal,Auditory canal,Eustachian tube,Auricle
what does the outer ear consist of ? - select all that apply ! >>Chochlea,Lateral canal,Auditory canal,Eustachian tube,Auricle
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iritchie
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Which nucleic acid moves the code for protein synthesis from the nucleus to the ribosomes? - Which nucleic acid moves the code for protein synthesis from the nucleus to the ribosomes?
Which nucleic acid moves the code for protein synthesis from the nucleus to the ribosomes? - Which nucleic acid moves the code for protein synthesis from the nucleus to the ribosomes?
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yfeeney
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Which is an example of the bottleneck effect? - Green beetles move to a new location and build a new colony there. Green beetles survive as birds don't see them, whereas brown beetles get detected.
Which is an example of the bottleneck effect? - Green beetles move to a new location and build a new colony there. Green beetles survive as birds don't see them, whereas brown beetles get detected. Insecticide spraying eliminates all but a few of the beetles on an island.
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shyannmayer
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Which component of blood consists of cell fragments and is the main contributor to healing cuts? - a. erythrocytes b. thrombocytes c. leukocytes d. plasma
Which component of blood consists of cell fragments and is the main contributor to healing cuts? - a. erythrocytes b. thrombocytes c. leukocytes d. plasma
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frederick21
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Which of the following is a principle of natural selection? - a. Most organisms are infertile or produce nonviable offspring. b. Members of a species are genetically identical. c. Variations are
Which of the following is a principle of natural selection? - a. Most organisms are infertile or produce nonviable offspring. b. Members of a species are genetically identical. c. Variations are acquired during an individual's lifetime and so are not passed to offspring. d. Helpful variations allow individuals to survive and reproduce better than members who lack these variations.
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terryian
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What is the purpose of mimicry? - a. It helps an animal evade predators. b. It allows an animal to fit in with a different species. c. It helps an animal to catch prey. d. All of the above
What is the purpose of mimicry? - a. It helps an animal evade predators. b. It allows an animal to fit in with a different species. c. It helps an animal to catch prey. d. All of the above
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joankassulke
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What cell part is described as the organic material between the membrane and nucleus, which contains a variety of tiny bodies or organelles? - cell wall mitochondria chloroplasts cytoplasm
What cell part is described as the organic material between the membrane and nucleus, which contains a variety of tiny bodies or organelles? - cell wall mitochondria chloroplasts cytoplasm
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heathcotedelphi
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Where are the grana located? - Where are the grana located?
Where are the grana located? - Where are the grana located?
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aisha19
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Which correctly describes crossing over? - the process whereby nonsister chromatids exchange genetic material the process whereby homologous chromosomes are pulled to opposite poles of the cell the
Which correctly describes crossing over? - the process whereby nonsister chromatids exchange genetic material the process whereby homologous chromosomes are pulled to opposite poles of the cell the process whereby sister chromatids are pulled to opposite poles of the cell the process whereby homologous chromosome pairs align randomly along the metaphase plate
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hbruen
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When scientists use one of their five senses to gather information they are - When scientists use one of their five senses to gather information they are
When scientists use one of their five senses to gather information they are - When scientists use one of their five senses to gather information they are
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jacinto25
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Which two processes are responsible for keeping the percentage of atmospheric oxygen at relatively constant levels - Which two processes are responsible for keeping the percentage of atmospheric
Which two processes are responsible for keeping the percentage of atmospheric oxygen at relatively constant levels - Which two processes are responsible for keeping the percentage of atmospheric oxygen at relatively constant levels
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rogahndolly
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Which best summarizes the process of protein synthesis? - a. RNA instructs DNA to make proteins. b. DNA unzips, resulting in the formation of two protein molecules. c. RNA moves the DNA code to the
Which best summarizes the process of protein synthesis? - a. RNA instructs DNA to make proteins. b. DNA unzips, resulting in the formation of two protein molecules. c. RNA moves the DNA code to the ribosomes for protein synthesis. d. DNA makes proteins in the nucleus.
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dkunze
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With which idea is a person who believes in free will is likely to agree? - Everyone is created equal. American artists should follow the styles of European artists. Women should have the right to
With which idea is a person who believes in free will is likely to agree? - Everyone is created equal. American artists should follow the styles of European artists. Women should have the right to vote. People can make their lives and their society better
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fredrick53
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What is the term used to describe the minimum level of stimulus required to activate a neuron? - a. Action potential b. Threshold c. Resting potential
What is the term used to describe the minimum level of stimulus required to activate a neuron? - a. Action potential b. Threshold c. Resting potential
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bryon63
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Which of the following best describes malleability? - a. shine b. ability to be hammered thin c. hardness d. ability to be made into wire
Which of the following best describes malleability? - a. shine b. ability to be hammered thin c. hardness d. ability to be made into wire
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barrowsjerrod
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Why is complementary base pairing important in DNA structure? - why is complementary base pairing important in DNA structure?
why is complementary base pairing important in DNA structure? - why is complementary base pairing important in DNA structure?
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anastaciokuhic
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Which of the chains of amino acid corresponds to the nucleotide sequence AAUGGCUAC? - which of the chains of amino acid corresponds to the nucleotide sequence AAUGGCUAC?
which of the chains of amino acid corresponds to the nucleotide sequence AAUGGCUAC? - which of the chains of amino acid corresponds to the nucleotide sequence AAUGGCUAC?
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theodore34
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Which observation proves that a cell is a eukaryote? - a. It contains DNA b. It has DNA inside a nucleus. c. It has a cell membrane. d. it contains ribosomes.
Which observation proves that a cell is a eukaryote? - a. It contains DNA b. It has DNA inside a nucleus. c. It has a cell membrane. d. it contains ribosomes.
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cooper82
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What do birth rate, death rate, immigration, and emigration determine about a population? - What do birth rate, death rate, immigration, and emigration determine about a population?
What do birth rate, death rate, immigration, and emigration determine about a population? - What do birth rate, death rate, immigration, and emigration determine about a population?
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clehner
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Which of the following is not a method to determine population size? - a. mark/recapture b. sampling c. hypothesis d. observation
Which of the following is not a method to determine population size? - a. mark/recapture b. sampling c. hypothesis d. observation
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mdickens
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When a biological vector is used, which process must take place before recombinant DNA can be placed in the host cell? - When a biological vector is used, which process must take place before
When a biological vector is used, which process must take place before recombinant DNA can be placed in the host cell? - When a biological vector is used, which process must take place before recombinant DNA can be placed in the host cell?
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heathcotemarcel
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Which is one function of a protein macromolecule? - a. Cushioning the internal organs of an animal b. Making up the connective tissue in tendons c. Making the leaves of plants waterproof d. Providing
Which is one function of a protein macromolecule? - a. Cushioning the internal organs of an animal b. Making up the connective tissue in tendons c. Making the leaves of plants waterproof d. Providing the building instructions for living things
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fkassulke
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Which organism has a maximum biomass and which organism has the least amount of energy from the sun? - which organism has a maximum biomass and which organism has the least amount of energy from the
which organism has a maximum biomass and which organism has the least amount of energy from the sun? - which organism has a maximum biomass and which organism has the least amount of energy from the sun?
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rkreiger
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Which structural characteristic is seen in RNA but not in DNA? - double strands a single strand chains of nucleotides a helical shape
Which structural characteristic is seen in RNA but not in DNA? - double strands a single strand chains of nucleotides a helical shape
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carrollmyrtle
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Which of the following is an "Argentinean cowboy?" (1 point) *gaucho *us *naipes *plaza - which of the following is an "Argentinean cowboy?" (1 point) *gaucho *us *naipes *plaza
which of the following is an "Argentinean cowboy?" (1 point) *gaucho *us *naipes *plaza - which of the following is an "Argentinean cowboy?" (1 point) *gaucho *us *naipes *plaza
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herminia39
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Why do volunteers clean sea otters after an oil spill occur - Why do volunteers clean sea otters after an oil spill occur
Why do volunteers clean sea otters after an oil spill occur - Why do volunteers clean sea otters after an oil spill occur
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kuvalisella
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Which two cellular structures help cells move around? - A. nuclei and cell walls B. chloroplasts and endomembrane systems C. cilia and flagella D. ribosomes and mitochondria
Which two cellular structures help cells move around? - A. nuclei and cell walls B. chloroplasts and endomembrane systems C. cilia and flagella D. ribosomes and mitochondria
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jeffryfranecki
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What would happen if the gametes of sexually reproducing organisms were diploid instead of haploid - what would happen if the gametes of sexually reproducing organisms were diploid instead of haploid
what would happen if the gametes of sexually reproducing organisms were diploid instead of haploid - what would happen if the gametes of sexually reproducing organisms were diploid instead of haploid
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jeffryaltenwert
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When salts are dissolved in water, they _____. - A. precipitate as compounds B. separate into component atoms C. separate into ions D. form acids and/or bases
When salts are dissolved in water, they _____. - A. precipitate as compounds B. separate into component atoms C. separate into ions D. form acids and/or bases
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ashton56
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When are scientific ideas modified? - when are scientific ideas modified?
when are scientific ideas modified? - when are scientific ideas modified?
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hyattblanca
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When Hooke first used the term cell, did he intend to have it apply to living material? - When Hooke first used the term cell, did he intend to have it apply to living material?
When Hooke first used the term cell, did he intend to have it apply to living material? - When Hooke first used the term cell, did he intend to have it apply to living material?
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mayerbroderick
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Why does the weather usually become cool and clear after a thunderstorm - Why does the weather usually become cool and clear after a thunderstorm
Why does the weather usually become cool and clear after a thunderstorm - Why does the weather usually become cool and clear after a thunderstorm
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christopher23
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Which traits are characteristic of single-celled organisms? - Choose all answers that are correct. A. can grow larger by making new cells B. contain organs that help them survive C. must stay small in
Which traits are characteristic of single-celled organisms? - Choose all answers that are correct. A. can grow larger by making new cells B. contain organs that help them survive C. must stay small in order to live D. can reproduce a whole colony in a matter of hours I know D is right but are there any other ones?
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ydare
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Which important process takes place in the chloroplasts of a cell? - a. cytokinesis b. cellular respiration c. photosynthesis d. creation of proteins
Which important process takes place in the chloroplasts of a cell? - a. cytokinesis b. cellular respiration c. photosynthesis d. creation of proteins
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princess70
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Which of these is an example of a haploid cell? - a. Neuron b. Sperm c. Red blood cell
Which of these is an example of a haploid cell? - a. Neuron b. Sperm c. Red blood cell
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annette86
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Which of a cell's organelles releases energy stored in food? - A. Chloroplasts B. Mitochondria C. ER (Endoplasmic Reticulum) D. Lysosomes
Which of a cell's organelles releases energy stored in food? - A. Chloroplasts B. Mitochondria C. ER (Endoplasmic Reticulum) D. Lysosomes
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ckoelpin
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What removes the oxygen from the air? - A. Photosynthesis B. Respiration C. Sunlight D. Water
What removes the oxygen from the air? - A. Photosynthesis B. Respiration C. Sunlight D. Water
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connellytalia
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What discovery did Gregor Mendel make? - What discovery did Gregor Mendel make?
What discovery did Gregor Mendel make? - What discovery did Gregor Mendel make?
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broderick94
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What type of system represents the cycling of energy on the earth? - A. Mixed System B. Open System C. Closed System D. Energy System
What type of system represents the cycling of energy on the earth? - A. Mixed System B. Open System C. Closed System D. Energy System
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gkirlin
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Which of the following has the least opportunity for recovery? - a forest burned by fire caused by a lightning strike a forest cut down by a logging company a forest flooded for a week following heavy
Which of the following has the least opportunity for recovery? - a forest burned by fire caused by a lightning strike a forest cut down by a logging company a forest flooded for a week following heavy spring rains a forest decimated by an avalanche
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steuberanahi
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Which group of chordates does not possess true backbones? - A. Crocodilians B. Lampreys C. Birds D. Frogs and toads Would it be A.
Which group of chordates does not possess true backbones? - A. Crocodilians B. Lampreys C. Birds D. Frogs and toads Would it be A.
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quitzonherminia
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What tells a ribosome how to assemble a protein - what tells a ribosome how to assemble a protein
what tells a ribosome how to assemble a protein - what tells a ribosome how to assemble a protein
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faustoschneider
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Which of the following is an example of physical weathering? - a. ice forming in cracks of rocks b. acid rain falling on sidewalks c. waves washing over rocks on the beach d. water washing away soil
Which of the following is an example of physical weathering? - a. ice forming in cracks of rocks b. acid rain falling on sidewalks c. waves washing over rocks on the beach d. water washing away soil in an area used by off-road vehicles
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dorcas27
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Which compound is a metabolic intermediate of the light-independent reactions in photosynthesis? - Which compound is a metabolic intermediate of the light-independent reactions in photosynthesis?
Which compound is a metabolic intermediate of the light-independent reactions in photosynthesis? - Which compound is a metabolic intermediate of the light-independent reactions in photosynthesis?
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mtoy
Updated 1 month ago
Which is the greatest contribution of Gregor Mendel to society? - an ability to beautify the environment the variety in breeds of dogs and cats the increased speed by running horses an understanding
Which is the greatest contribution of Gregor Mendel to society? - an ability to beautify the environment the variety in breeds of dogs and cats the increased speed by running horses an understanding of genetic principles
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brekkenatalie
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Which statement is scientifically based? - A). Mutations rarely occur. B). All mutations are harmful. C). Some mutations can be contagious, like infections. D). Mutations are not passed from parent to
Which statement is scientifically based? - A). Mutations rarely occur. B). All mutations are harmful. C). Some mutations can be contagious, like infections. D). Mutations are not passed from parent to offspring.
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devantekutch
Updated 1 month ago
Which trophic level do anacondas and jaguars fill in the Amazon rainforest? - producer primary consumer secondary consumer tertiary consumer
Which trophic level do anacondas and jaguars fill in the Amazon rainforest? - producer primary consumer secondary consumer tertiary consumer
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borerdanial
Updated 1 month ago
Which does not contain a lens? - A. a floodlight B. a glass eye C. eyeglasses D. a jeweler's loop
Which does not contain a lens? - A. a floodlight B. a glass eye C. eyeglasses D. a jeweler's loop
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rowan78
Updated 1 month ago
Which of the following is produced during both anaerobic and aerobic respiration? - A) Pyruvate B) Carbon dioxide C) Lactic acid D) Ethanol
Which of the following is produced during both anaerobic and aerobic respiration? - A) Pyruvate B) Carbon dioxide C) Lactic acid D) Ethanol
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wilson57
Updated 1 month ago
What things are recycled (used over and over again) during photosynthesis and respiration - what things are recycled (used over and over again) during photosynthesis and respiration
what things are recycled (used over and over again) during photosynthesis and respiration - what things are recycled (used over and over again) during photosynthesis and respiration
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alana73
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Which structure of the excretory system in humans is responsible for converting ammonia into urea? - Which structure of the excretory system in humans is responsible for converting ammonia into urea?
Which structure of the excretory system in humans is responsible for converting ammonia into urea? - Which structure of the excretory system in humans is responsible for converting ammonia into urea?
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mcdermottholly
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Which property of gasoline is a physical property? - A. odor B. flammability C. combustibility D. decomposition
Which property of gasoline is a physical property? - A. odor B. flammability C. combustibility D. decomposition
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generalondricka
Updated 1 month ago
Which of the following is not a piece of molecular evidence supporting the endosymbiotic theory? - a. Some organelles divide by fission just like bacteria. B. The mitochondria and chloroplasts are
Which of the following is not a piece of molecular evidence supporting the endosymbiotic theory? - a. Some organelles divide by fission just like bacteria. B. The mitochondria and chloroplasts are much different in structure than bacteria. C. Ribosomes of some organelles are like that of those found in bacteria. D. Mitochondrial and chloroplast DNA is similar to bacterial DNA.
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froberts
Updated 1 month ago
What is the best way to treat fungal infections like athlete's foot? - A. antibiotics B. anti-viral drugs C. antihistamines D. anti-fungal drugs
What is the best way to treat fungal infections like athlete's foot? - A. antibiotics B. anti-viral drugs C. antihistamines D. anti-fungal drugs
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adela11
Updated 1 month ago
Which best describes genetic engineering? - a. Fragments of DNA that have desired genes are isolated to form recombinant DNA for use in a host. b. All the DNA from a desired organism is isolated to
Which best describes genetic engineering? - a. Fragments of DNA that have desired genes are isolated to form recombinant DNA for use in a host. b. All the DNA from a desired organism is isolated to form recombinant DNA for use in a host. c. Different sections of DNA from a desired organism are inserted into a host so that beneficial traits will be expressed. d. One strand of DNA is isolated and inserted into a host so recombinant DNA can be formed.
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chyna03
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Which farming practice causes the least harm to the environment? - (1) using natural predators to reduce insect numbers (2) adding chemical fertilizers to all the crops in the area (3) planting the
Which farming practice causes the least harm to the environment? - (1) using natural predators to reduce insect numbers (2) adding chemical fertilizers to all the crops in the area (3) planting the same crop for 1 year on all the fields in the area (4) planting the same crop in the same field each year for 10 years
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schamplin
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Which is a commercial use for lactic acid fermentation? - brewing beer baking making wine making cheese
Which is a commercial use for lactic acid fermentation? - brewing beer baking making wine making cheese
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mcclurealysson
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Which of the following are you most likely to need when recovering an escaped cat? - A. Pepper spray B. A head snare C. Restraint gloves D. A cat bag
Which of the following are you most likely to need when recovering an escaped cat? - A. Pepper spray B. A head snare C. Restraint gloves D. A cat bag
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What is the relationship between longshore currents and barrier islands - What is the relationship between longshore currents and barrier islands
What is the relationship between longshore currents and barrier islands - What is the relationship between longshore currents and barrier islands
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shawnmueller
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Which step is not involved in the water cycle? - Select one of the options below as your a. condensation b. evaporation c. denigration d. precipitation
Which step is not involved in the water cycle? - Select one of the options below as your a. condensation b. evaporation c. denigration d. precipitation
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zharris
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What is the purpose of using a pedigree? - What is the purpose of using a pedigree?
What is the purpose of using a pedigree? - What is the purpose of using a pedigree?
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blazegreenfelde
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Which famous scientist is credited as the founder of the scientific method - a. Aristotle b. John dalton c. Sir Francis bac on d. Sir Isaac Newton
Which famous scientist is credited as the founder of the scientific method - a. Aristotle b. John dalton c. Sir Francis bac on d. Sir Isaac Newton
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rjones
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What is the correct procedure for students to follow if a chemical is spilled? - What is the correct procedure for students to follow if a chemical is spilled?
What is the correct procedure for students to follow if a chemical is spilled? - What is the correct procedure for students to follow if a chemical is spilled?
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faustoschneider
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Which of the following is the largest and most inclusive of Linnaeus's taxonomic categories? - A.Phylum B.Kingdom C.Family.
Which of the following is the largest and most inclusive of Linnaeus's taxonomic categories? - A.Phylum B.Kingdom C.Family.
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qmcdermott
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Which of the following best describes the effects of water pollution on aquatic ecosystems? - a. It can result in fish kills and restrictions on human consumption. b. It can change the physiology of
Which of the following best describes the effects of water pollution on aquatic ecosystems? - a. It can result in fish kills and restrictions on human consumption. b. It can change the physiology of fish. c. It can cause long-term alterations of aquatic ecosystems. d. All of the above
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zbotsford
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Which statement best describes the role of the cell membrane? - a. It breaks down food particles. b. It encloses the cytoplasm. c. It stores genetic material. d. It produces proteins.
Which statement best describes the role of the cell membrane? - a. It breaks down food particles. b. It encloses the cytoplasm. c. It stores genetic material. d. It produces proteins.
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hoegeradelia
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What do barbell curls and dips have in common? - A. They are both leg exercises. B. They both use free weights. C. Neither exercise is isotonic. D. They are both arm exercises.
What do barbell curls and dips have in common? - A. They are both leg exercises. B. They both use free weights. C. Neither exercise is isotonic. D. They are both arm exercises.
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donnakilback
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Which of the following is the era in which we now live? - Mesozoic Phanerozoic Cenozoic Paleozoic
Which of the following is the era in which we now live? - Mesozoic Phanerozoic Cenozoic Paleozoic
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solonwuckert
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Which of the following is an example of an insect that sucks food? - a. butterfly b. fly c. ant d. none of the above
Which of the following is an example of an insect that sucks food? - a. butterfly b. fly c. ant d. none of the above
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jmayert
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Which muscles work in pairs? - cardiac muscles skeletal muscles smooth muscles
Which muscles work in pairs? - cardiac muscles skeletal muscles smooth muscles
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olsonestefania
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Which of the following renewable energy sources can be used for electricity, vehicle fuel, and heat? - a.wind b.biomass c.geothermal d.water
Which of the following renewable energy sources can be used for electricity, vehicle fuel, and heat? - a.wind b.biomass c.geothermal d.water
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bdoyle
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Which phrase best summarizes the theory of evolution by natural selection? - A. Only the strongest animals survive. B. Life must come from other life. C. Populations change over long periods of time.
Which phrase best summarizes the theory of evolution by natural selection? - A. Only the strongest animals survive. B. Life must come from other life. C. Populations change over long periods of time. D. Parent organisms pass on traits they have acquired during their lifetime. Question Resources
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eschimmel
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Which base does NOT belong to DNA? - Select a. Guinine b. Cytocine c. Adenine d. Uracil
Which base does NOT belong to DNA? - Select a. Guinine b. Cytocine c. Adenine d. Uracil
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ftorp
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What abiotic factors characterize salt marshes? - what abiotic factors characterize salt marshes?
what abiotic factors characterize salt marshes? - what abiotic factors characterize salt marshes?
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monique39
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Which forms of energy are used when: You ride in an automobile You bounce a basketball? - You boil water to make hot chocolate?
Which forms of energy are used when: You ride in an automobile You bounce a basketball? - You boil water to make hot chocolate?
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josefinabeier
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What variable stars have pulsation periods between 1.5 hours and 1.2 days? - what variable stars have pulsation periods between 1.5 hours and 1.2 days?
what variable stars have pulsation periods between 1.5 hours and 1.2 days? - what variable stars have pulsation periods between 1.5 hours and 1.2 days?
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marielle19
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Which could be the primary source of energy in a food web? - a. fungus b. praying mantis c. raccoon d. clover
Which could be the primary source of energy in a food web? - a. fungus b. praying mantis c. raccoon d. clover
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qtromp
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Which of these statements about photosynthesis is correct? - Both photosynthesis and respiration require the same amount of energy for metabolic processes, such as synthesis and the breakdown of
Which of these statements about photosynthesis is correct? - Both photosynthesis and respiration require the same amount of energy for metabolic processes, such as synthesis and the breakdown of carbohydrates. Photosynthesis releases energy for metabolism, whereas respiration requires energy for the breakdown of carbohydrates. Photosynthesis requires energy for the synthesis of carbohydrates, whereas respiration releases energy during the breakdown of carbohydrates.
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una83
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What do freshwater flatworms use to remove excess water from body fluids? - a. flame cells b. nephridia c. excretory pores d. kidneys
What do freshwater flatworms use to remove excess water from body fluids? - a. flame cells b. nephridia c. excretory pores d. kidneys
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