Why must organisms of the estuary be adapted to varying levels of salinity? A.Fresh river water flows into the estuary B.Saline ocean water flows into the estuary
C.Ocean tides increase and decrease the amount of ocean water
D.All of the above
What is a living thing identical to another living thing
a carnivoreis your answer
The ________ phase is when most cell growth will occur, DNA is unreplicated. The ________ phas occurs between chromosome replication and cell division.
During ________ phase,the gentic material undergoes replication.
During ______ phase, the shortest phase the cell undergoes both, nuclear division (mitosis)followed by cell didvion (cytokinesis)
the options are:
first gap (G1)
Second Gap (G2)
Is a tree biotic or abiotic
the tree is alive not dead
35 Points! Question 1:
The combination of alleles for a trait is an organism's __________.
The visible traits an offspring exhibits is called its _________.
In humans brown eyes are dominant and blue eyes are recessive. John is homozygous for brown eyes and Jane is homozygous for blue eyes. What color of eyes will their children have? (Don’t worry about the green part of this right now):
Will their children be heterozygous or homozygous?
John and Jane have a son named Jack. Jack marries Jill. Jill has blue eyes. What is the probability that their children will have blue eyes?
Thank you in advance!
Question is about earthquakes. P waves ________.
A) propagate only in solids
B) are faster than S waves and surface waves
C) have higher amplitudes than do S waves
D) produce the strongest ground shaking
RIGHT ANSWER PLZ AND 30PTS How are wetlands and aquifers related?
Aquifers become wetlands when they absorb floodwaters.
Wetlands contribute to the refilling of aquifers.
Aquifers develop from wetlands when water flows too rapidly.
Wetlands form when aquifers get depleted.
Wetlands contribute to the refilling of aquifers
Wetlands are complex ecosystems that range from marine and coastal to continental and man-made. Some examples are lakes, mangroves, swamps and also irrigated areas for agriculture, hydroelectric reservoirs etc. In all, 42 different types of wetlands are classified. Wetlands exist in all types of ecosystems and are important for maintaining biodiversity. Situated at an interface between water and soil, wetlands are complex ecosystems, pressured not only by direct human action but also by impacts on adjacent terrestrial, marine and freshwater ecosystems.
Wetlands contribute to the replenishment of aquifers, which are geological formations responsible for accumulating groundwater.
Tricyclic antidepressants appear to work by blocking the reuptake of
Which part of the diagram shows this interaction? hydrosphere → atmosphere
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the answer is (evaporation)
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