BIOLOGY COLLEGE

How are turtles and fish different?
How are turtle and fish alike?

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Answer 1
Answer: Turtles can breath in and out of water. Fish only can breath in water.

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WILLL GIVE A BRANINLEST AND 10PTS Which is an example of an abiotic factor interacting with a biotic factor?


People plant trees in a city park.


Insects carry seeds to new places, which allow new plants to grow.


A drought dries up a river, so deer have less water to drink.


A fungus causes a grove of trees to die.

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A fungus causes a grove of trees to die
HIGH SCHOOL

Prokaryotes that obtain energy from sunlight are called

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Prokaryotes taht obtain energy from sunlight are called PHOTOTROPH. These prokaryotes use energy from the sun to synthesize organic compound for food and to carry out other metabolic processes. The energy synthesized from the sun is in form of ATP.
HIGH SCHOOL

What is the difference between glycoproteins and glycolipids?

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A glicoprotein consists on a protein attached to a short carbohydrate (an oligosaccharide), whereas a glycolipid consists on a lipid attached to a short carbohydrate. An example of glycoiproteins is the immunoglobulin, which are antibodies (immune system). Some glycolipids are also related to immune response. In both cases, the lipid part is inserted in the cell membrane.
HIGH SCHOOL

How does heredity affect flexibility? a. Heredity does not affect flexibility.
b. Heredity affects which joint types a person develops.
c. Heredity affects the amount of flexibility present in joints.
d. Heredity affects how joint structure is developed.

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The answer is d, heredity affects how joint structure is developed because joint structure can be a trait that is passed on from generation to generation. 
 
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the answer is d. Heredity affects how joint structure is developed hope u pass

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Sariah's science teacher asked everyone in the class to bring a model of the park near their school so that they could add labels to them in class. To which kind of model would it be easiest to add labels?

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THE ANSWER IS

a scale drawing, looking down on the park

Answer:

a scale drawing, looking down on the park

Explanation:

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HIGH SCHOOL

The instructions for the organization and metabolism of living things are encoded in the _____.

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The instructions for the organization and metabolism of living things are encoded in the Genes.All cells have a copy of the hereditary material, DNA. The theory that accounts for the differences that divide and the unity that joins all living things is the evolution theory.
MIDDLE SCHOOL

What is the name of a long chain of amino acids strung together? Select one:
O a. Polysaccharide
b. Polypeptide
c. Peptide sandwich
O d. Polymorphism
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Will I think is b it’s my guess so I don’t know if it is the right answer but give it a try
HIGH SCHOOL

How do some cells become brain cells and others become skin cells

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Best Answer:  In cell specialization/differentiation, specific cell functions are due to specific genes being "turned on" to perform those specific functions. Ex. liver cells become liver cells because genes specific to the function that those cells will perform become turned on.
That is why stem cell research is a very promising field in biology since these cells have the potential of becoming anything depending on the genes that get turned on or activated
MIDDLE SCHOOL

What is a substance known to produce or promote the development of cancer?

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Answer: Substances which can cause cancer are known as carcinogens.

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the process of cancer development is called carcinogenesis. Certain carcinogenic chemicals are associated with an increased risk of specific cancers due to chronic exposure.

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