anonymous
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help please??
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Which of the following best compares Aristotle's method of classifying organisms to Linnaeus's classification system? Aristotle categorized organisms as either plant or animal, while Linnaeus sorted them based on size. Aristotle created a hierarchy of life based on complexity, while Linnaeus sorted organisms based on physical traits. Aristotle cataloged only animals and divided them into carnivores and herbivores, while Linnaeus sorted both plants and animals based on habitat. Aristotle classified organisms based on geographic location, while Linnaeus sorted them based on their method of obtaining food and nutrients.
anonymous
  • anonymous
or @Ryaan do you agree with my choice??
anonymous
  • anonymous
I agree!

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anonymous
  • anonymous
also on this one i think it is A, but i am not sure.. Which of the following best describes how comparative anatomy can be used to determine the evolutionary relationship between two organisms? Organisms that have a great deal of physical similarity are more likely to share a common ancestor than two organisms with few physical traits in common. Comparing the physical traits of two organisms makes it possible to determine how long ago they shared a common ancestor. Studying the physical differences between two organisms will show which organism evolved from the other. Two species that have few physical traits in common do not share a common ancestor and most likely evolved from different species.
anonymous
  • anonymous
okayy(: how about the other one?
anonymous
  • anonymous
A seems correct to me!
anonymous
  • anonymous
yay thank you.
anonymous
  • anonymous
can i ask you more if i am unsure??
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes
anonymous
  • anonymous
Three species of lizard, labeled A, B, and C, are being studied using molecular analysis by two research colleagues in different laboratories. The mitochondrial DNA of lizards A and B are compared and are found to differ by 0.1%. The ribosomal RNA of lizards B and C are found to differ by 0.02%. They compare their findings and conclude that lizard B is more closely related to C than to A. What is the flaw in their reasoning, and how can their analysis be improved? They applied different mathematical formulas for their computations. They should recalculate using the same formulas. They compared different molecules which have different mutation rates. They should compare same molecule in the lizards. They only made one measurement each. They should repeat their measurements to reduce the uncertainty in their results. They used different equipment for analyzing the molecules since they work in different labs. They should work in the same lab.
anonymous
  • anonymous
i think that this one is B
anonymous
  • anonymous
?
anonymous
  • anonymous
A or B
anonymous
  • anonymous
okayyy
anonymous
  • anonymous
So what was the answer for the first question?

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