BIOLOGY MIDDLE SCHOOL

Name of a gland which transports secretions through ducts

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Answer 1
Answer: Exocrine glands transport secretions through ducts
Answer 2
Answer:
Exocrine glands are the name of the gland that transports secretions through ducts 

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HIGH SCHOOL

Observations of organisms include

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descriptions of why the organism has certain traits.descriptions of the number, size, and arrangement of parts of the organism.conclusions made about the characteristics of an organism.conclusions made based on an organism’s DNA.

Answer:

b. descriptions of the number, size, and arrangement of parts of the organism

Explanation:

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COLLEGE

"what is the correct order of events during primary succession"?

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The correct order is rock, mosses/lichen, small plants and grasses. 
HIGH SCHOOL

Charlie contracted Lyme disease when he was bitten by a tick, which is a small spider-like animal. The tick carries harmful bacteria that was released into Charlie’s blood. Which list best classifies the causes of Lyme disease?

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Answer:

tick -> indirect, bacteria -> indirect

Explanation:

The bacteria is spread by a vector, the tick, so is caused indirectly

The tick carries harmful bacteria that was released into charlies blood
COLLEGE

A portion of the population selected to represent the population is called _____. a. Descriptive statistics
b. A census
c. A sample
d. Statistical inference

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The right option is; c. A sample

A portion of the population selected to represent the population is called a sample.

A sample is the smaller part of a larger group selected to represent the whole group. A sample is expected to represent the whole population and not to show any prejudice or differences toward a certain characteristic. In experimental studies, samples are used when the size of a population is too large and in order to ensure that all members of a population are equally observed and selected.


MIDDLE SCHOOL

Genetic Engineering has led to genetically modified plants that resist insects, pests and bacterial and fungal infections. Which outcome would most likely be a reason why some scientists recommend caution in planting genetically modified plants? 1Points
A
improved agricultural yield and profit

B
increased genetic variation and diversity

C
reduced pesticide and herbicide use

D
unplanned ecosystem interactions

A farmer observed that an increase in the nitrogen content of the soil in a field was followed by an increase in producer productivity. What does this observation most likely indicate about the relationship between nitrogen and the producers in the field?

1Points
A
Nitrogen was a biotic factor.

B
Nitrogen was a limiting factor.

C
Nitrogen became a surplus resource.

D
Nitrogen became a selection pressure.

Ash from a volcanic eruption decreases the amount of available solar energy for a region. How will a decrease in available sunlight most likely affect ecosystems of this region?

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A
Decomposer populations will increase, causing a decrease in consumer populations.

B
Decomposer populations will increase, causing an increase in consumer populations.

C
Producer populations will decrease, causing a decrease in consumer populations.

D
Producer populations will decrease, causing an increase in consumer populations.

A male pistol shrimp with protective eye tissue pockets mates with a female shrimp without protective eye tissue pockets. All of the offspring have eye tissue pockets. What is the most reasonable conclusion that can be made about the eye tissue pocket trait in pistol shrimp?

1Points
A
It is a recessive, autosomal trait.

B
It is a dominant, autosomal trait.

C
It is a trait that results from multiple alleles.

D
It is a trait that results from incomplete dominance.

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I know only the last one and I think it’s B cause dominant trait is the trait observed in the first generation when parent with different traits are bred like Mendel’s first experiment

HIGH SCHOOL

A client with cancer is being treated on the oncology unit for bilateral breast cancer. the client is undergoing chemotherapy. the nurse notes the client's serum calcium concentration is 12.3 mg/dl (3.08 mmol/l). given this laboratory finding, the nurse should suspect that the

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A serum calcium concentration of this range only means that the cancer must be suspected to be a malignant one. So the nurse should suspect that the malignancy of the cancer is what is causing the electrolyte imbalance of the patient. 

HIGH SCHOOL

What are the functions of stoma and guard cells of plants?

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Guard cells are cells surrounding each stoma. They help to regulate the rate of transpiration by opening and closing the stomata.
HIGH SCHOOL

Compare the energy values of a carbohydrate molecules versus a fat molecule?

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Fats provide about 9 kilocalories per gram, while carbohydrates provide about 4 kilocalories per gram.
COLLEGE

Compare and contrast kelp forests and coral reefs

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Both kelps and coral reefs are composed of algae that grow in the shallow parts of the ocean in warm and sunny waters. However, kelp forest grows in nutrient-rich waters while corals can develop in low nutrient waters.
Kelp forests are therefore common where warm and cold current meet in an up-welling. Coral reefs are borne of a symbiotic relationship between coral polyps and algae. The coral forms a rigid carbon skeleton of calcium carbonate while kelps are long flexible algae plants.
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