Mitosis is only done by _____________________ cells and it makes ___________________________ cells.

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Answer 1

Answer: Eukaryotic cells, daughter cells

Answer 2

Answer:

Eukaryotic Cells and Daughter Cells

Explanation:

Only eukaryotes perform mitosis, and since mitosis is a form of asexual reproduction, the cells that result from mitosis are "clones." These are referred to as daughter cells.


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Answer:

Just saying you could always just look up the definition of the words and then see if it matches up to the definitions.

Explanation:

1=E
2=I
3=K
4=P
5=C
6=A
7=M
8=G
9=D
10=O
11=B
12=H
13=F
14=L
15=N
16=J

What happens when an organism genome (genetic code) is incorrectly copied or changed?

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Answer:

When there is a mistake in the copying of the genetic message that is permanent, a mutation has occurred. Two of the bases in DNA (Cytosine and Thymine) are the most vulnerable, and when this happens, they may pair with each other or themselves and the message is changed.

Explanation:

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When there is a mistake in the copying of the genetic message that is permanent, a mutation has occurred. ... Two of the bases in DNA (Cytosine and Thymine) are the most vulnerable, and when this happens, they may pair with each other or themselves and the message is changed.

What is the problem with using common names in classification?

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A general phobia with unfamiliar latinized scientific nomenclature has proliferated the use of common or trivial names. These names, however, can vary with geographic region, language, or individual preference often and thus, can lead to misidentification or a delay in the proper identification of a toxic plant.

Answer:

The only problem of using common names is that we cannot deduce the features of a particular organism just by looking at its name.

Explanation:

The only problem of utilizing basic names is that we can't find the highlights of a specific organic entity just by seeing its name.

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A musk ox and the Alstroemeria flower have physical structures and organs that have similar functions. Provide two examples of similar structures or organs and describe how they have similar functions.

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Mamalas

The organs which perform same function and looks but they are different in their structure from each other are called as analogous organs.
Organs are the structures that made up of two or more tissues organized to carry out a particular function.
An organ or bone that appears in different animals with the same function is called homologous structure.
Homologous organs have similar origin n basic structure but perform different functions in different organisms. Analogous organs are different in basic structure but perform same functions.

Examples :
The arm of a human,the wing of a bird or a B at, the leg of a dog and the flipper of a dolphin or whale are homologous structures.


The forelimbs of all mammals have the same basic bone structure. The structures are all similar because they envolved to do the same job.

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What are advantages and disadvantages of sexual reproduction?

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produces genetic variation in the offspring.
the species can adapt to new environments due to variation, which gives them a survival advantage.
a disease is less likely to affect all the individuals in a population.
it produces genetic variation but you can’t produce as many babies

The table below shows the names of three body parts and the and the functions of two of them

A. Testes-Function 1: Ovaries-Function 2

B. Ovaries-Function 1; Testes-Function 2

C. Thymus-Function 1: Oraries-function 2

D. Oraries-Function 1; Thymus-Function 2

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Answer:

D. ovaries: function 1 and thymus: function 2

The testes are responsible for making testosterone.

ANSWER:
D. Ovaries-Function 1; Thymus-Function 2

EXPLANATION:
The testes are responsible for testosterone not oestrogen so D

how does the rock cycle support the explanation that "matter is never created or destroyed?"

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Answer:

The chemical elements that make up minerals and rocks are not destroyed. This fact illustrates the principle of conservation of matter. The changes that take place in the rock cycle never destroy or create matter. The elements are just redistributed in other forms.

Explanation:

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Drag each label to the correct location on the image. Not all labels will be used.
Match the labels with the symbols on the weather map.

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label---map image
cold front---blue line with spikes
Occluded front---line with both blue triangles and red semi circles
low pressure- --he big L
strong winds, cloudless---the "key" figure that is white and on the right side
strong winds, very cloudy---the other "key" figure that is colored in black/left side

HELP ME WITH THESE TWO QUESTIONS
Question One:
Some steps in cell division are shown below:

1. Chromosomes condense and pair up
2. Segments of DNA of sister chromatids twist and cross
3. Exchange of DNA occurs between chromosomes
4. Four daughter cells are created that are haploid

Which of the following steps is least likely to occur during meiosis 1?
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Step 4

Questions Two:
A few characteristics of a type of reproduction are shown below:

1. Occurs in all body cells
2. Two daughter cells are formed
3. Chromosomes arrange equally on either side of the equator
4. The daughter nuclei each have half the number of chromosomes as that of parent cells
5. Is necessary for sexual reproduction

Which of the above are characteristics of meiosis?
1, 2, and 3
1, 4, and 5
2, 3, and 4
3, 4, and 5

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Answer:

The first one is A and the second one is B

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A for the first on and b for the second one

Which of these best describes how the lungs and diaphragm affect each other?

A
As the lungs expand, the diaphragm expands.

B
As the lungs expand, the diaphragm contracts.

C
As the lungs contract, the diaphragm contracts.

D
The lungs and diaphragm have no relationship.

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A seems like the best answer, since your lungs expand while you breath it makes sense that the diaphragm would expand.
b, because when the lungs expands it pretty much takes up space in the diaphragm making a contract

does go through cell cycle in
mitosis, meiosis, or both

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In mitosis the cells split and create identical copies of themselves while in mitosis the cell divides twice and each cell contains half of the chromosomes in the parent cell
Both mitosis and meiosis go through the cell cycle and they’re are closely relative on the jobs they do

True/False: Animal viruses can only infect animal cells.

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False





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True viruses can only use one kind of animal as a host there are small differences in the cells of each kind of animal

True/False: Plant Viruses can only infect plant cells

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Answer:

true

Explanation:

this is true, good luck

What are some potential consequences if there is damage to skin?

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The answer is sun exposure .................

Answer:

Sun exposure.

Free radicals. ...

Smoking cigarettes. ...

Irritants. ...

Smiles and frowns

Explanation:

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A only chemical because two substance are formed
Chemical (D

When I was in chemistry and AP BIO, the one thing I always remembered was that anything that converts something or makes something new is due to a chemical reaction because sadly- as much as I wish magic was a thing it’s not :(

Write an essay pretending to be an Ecologist studying the Green Sea Turtle. As an ecologist what is important for you to study? What is the habitat of your animal? Is the animal an endangered species? Can the species be saved? If it is being saved how is the species being saved?

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Algae, alligator, bacteria, bass, bear, bladderwort,bream,butterfly, butterfly larva, cattail, cute, crayfish, cricket, cypress tree, dandelion, Florida panther, fox, frog, fungi, Gambusa, garfish, gopher tortoise, grat, Kork, Heron, Killifish, Live oak tree, Millard duck, Manatee, mangrove trees, mice, mosquito, water, owl, pelican, Pine tree, rabbit, raccoon, Rattlesnake,

Explain at least one way in which the quantity and quality of water resources have been affected by human population growth. Predict how you think the water supply will be affected by continued human population growth. Support your response with appropriate evidence and scientific reasoning.

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the water begins to get gross duh

Why do roots always grow in a downward direction, no matter which way you turn the seed or seedling?
because roots weigh more than any other plant part
because the plant’s stem begins to grow, and it pushes the roots downward
because that is the direction that roots find necessary water and nutrients
because the root contains hormones that make it grow away from the sun

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The root contains hormones that make it grow away from the sun

Why are index fossils useful for determining the age of other fossils or rock layers?

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Answer:

yes

Explanation:

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Why is it necessary for organisms to undergo the process of respiration?

Respiration helps organisms capture vitamins from sunlight.

Respiration creates energy that is used for growth and repair.

Respiration limits organisms’ losses of water and oxygen.

Respiration constructs proteins needed for life’s functions.

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i believe it's the 2nd
it’s the second one. Jfjdbdnndnd

How does adaptation help an organism?
1 point
It helps the organism change colors
It improves its ability to survive and reproduce
It improves its ability to change species
It helps the organism become a fossil
If one animal or plant has the same characteristics as another, they may both be part of the same...
1 point
Evolution
Planet
Species
Fossil
Where do scientists look for evidence of evolution? *
1 point
In the layers of the Earth
In caves
In water
In old books
What is a fossil? *
1 point
A layer of sediment
A living organism
A very old organism
Remains of a once-living organism
The fossil record provides evidence about *
1 point
The age of rocks
The order in which species have existed
The number of layer the Earth has
The composition of minerals
All living things inherit similar traits from their
1 point
Ancestors
Evolution
Fossils
Descendants
If you compared two kinds of living organisms, what might you learn about their history? *
1 point
How long ago they evolved
Whether they share a common ancestor
Whether they live in the smae place
Whether they can mate and reproduce
What do organisms inherit from their ancestors? *
1 point
Mammal characteristics
Traits and DNA
Hind limbs
New traits
What does the similarity between humans, dolphins, cats and bats indicate? *
1 point
They all evolved recently
That their ancestors lived in the same place
They share a common ancestor
That they are becoming more alike
Fossils provide evidence that Antarctica was once located *
1 point
At the North Pole
Near the equator
At the South Pole
Where it is now
What does natural selection explain about a population of organisms *
1 point
How long it has been since it evolved
How it changes in response to its environment
How it resists change
How likely its members are to leave fossils
Which individuals in a population are most likely to survive and reproduce? *
1 point
The largest ones
The ones with the most DNA
The best adapted ones

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Answer:

Here is a general idea on "How does adaptation help an organism"

Explanation:

When they adapt, they are able to survive in that kind of climate better, if they didn't, then they would die. especially in habitats they have never been in

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Which of the following units are in order from smallest to largest?
a) Epoch, period, era.
b) Era, epoch, period.
c) Period, era, epoch.
d) Epoch, era, period.

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the answer is C (Period, era, epoch)
A




i need 20 characters to answer lol

don’t answer if u can’t see the pic. HURRRYYY PLSSSS !!!!

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Answer:

I think its c because they aren't radiating or splitting. It seems the most reasonable.

It’s most likely C it’s definitely not A or B

Which image shows water being used in industry?

Grass being watered by a sprinkler.

Water spraying over machinery.

Water being used to wash dishes.

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Water spraying over machinery
water spraying over machine

are somatic cells in mitosis, meiosis, or both

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Answer:

both

Explanation:

Somatic cells are both because they both persuade the same uses and so call it “features” of the cell somatic

HOW DOES STRESS AFFECT YOUR FOCUS???
Hint: The shallower our breath, the less oxygen that reaches our brain, and the harder it is to focus.
1: When you are stressed you start breathing more deeply and makes it harder to focus.
2: When you are stressed more oxygen gets to your brain and makes it harder to focus.
3. When you are stressed you start breathing more deeply and that delivers more oxygen to your brain helps you focus.
4. none of these

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Answer:

Ironically, stress does improve concentration for a very short period of time. This is due to the body releasing chemicals into the brain to help it focus and pushing adrenaline into the bloodstream in order to heighten the senses, which helps the body hone in and focus on tasks at hand.

Explanation:

3.

I belive the anwser to your question is 3

Please help I don't understand

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Is C.... I hope this helps

Answer:

Im pretty sure its C. Hopefully.

Explanation:

How can plate tectonics contribute to evolution?
A.) separating plates can divide groups of a population
B.) radiation from plate tectonics can cause genetic change
C.) volcanic eruptions can cause species to become extinct
D.) The movement of plates forces some animals underground

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Answer:

C.

Explanation:

A.) Separating Plates can divide groups of a population.

What structural adaptation of the A. cristatus lizard helps them on land?

sunning on rocks

serpentine movement of tail

webbed feet for swimming

strong claws for climbing

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Answer: Strong claws for climbing

Explanation:

Strong claws for climbing

What is the goal of Meiosis 1?

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Answer:

In meiosis I, chromosomes in a diploid cell resegregate, producing four haploid daughter cells

Answer:

Meiosis I is the reduction division, and meiosis II is more similar to mitosis in that the sister chromatids are separated. The goal of meiosis I is to separate homologous chromosomes. The goal of meiosis II is to separate sister chromatids. In meiosis II, no DNA is duplicated as in prophase I of meiosis I.

Explanation:

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