NathalyN
  • NathalyN
Please help I really need help with this few questions Ijust need help !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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katieb
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anonymous
  • anonymous
what questions
NathalyN
  • NathalyN
In terms of the long-term evolution of species, what really matters about an individual's life span? How many years they live How many surviving offspring they are able to have How many predators they fend off All of the above
NathalyN
  • NathalyN
I know this got to go to biology but nobody help me there!!!!!!!!!

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NathalyN
  • NathalyN
pleazse help there are just 3 questions!!!!!!!!!
anonymous
  • anonymous
I would think all of the above What do you think
NathalyN
  • NathalyN
A
anonymous
  • anonymous
When it comes to long turn evolution you have to think about how the population has grown that is why How many surviving offspring they are able to have is important
anonymous
  • anonymous
I believe it is either all of the about of B
NathalyN
  • NathalyN
okay what you said is true so I go for all of above can you help me with 3 moreplease @zoomiemoo
anonymous
  • anonymous
if you give me a metal
anonymous
  • anonymous
what are the other questions
NathalyN
  • NathalyN
What is the outcome of a random mutation causing a new trait? Bad; the trait causes problems Good or bad, depending on whether the trait is adaptive (helpful) or not It does not matter, because it will be eliminated The new trait will increase in the population
NathalyN
  • NathalyN
@zoomiemoo
anonymous
  • anonymous
I would say the answer is b
anonymous
  • anonymous
some mutations are good and can help the population to grow like a strong beak while some mutations are bad for example one wing
NathalyN
  • NathalyN
oh okay @zoomiemoo thank next one???
NathalyN
  • NathalyN
Nicole and Tony's parents were concert pianists. Nicole practiced for 2 hours a day since she was 3, and she became a famous pianist herself. Tony was not interested in piano, and was not that good, but found he could pick up tunes fairly easily at a party if there was a piano around. What does this scenario demonstrate? The piano-playing was inherited. The piano-playing was acquired. The talent to play was likely inherited, but actual proficiency (becoming good) was an acquired trait. Nothing can be determined from this scenario.
anonymous
  • anonymous
This one is a little harder I think the piano-playing was acquired because his mother played the most often
anonymous
  • anonymous
what do you think
NathalyN
  • NathalyN
A i thnk
NathalyN
  • NathalyN
@zoomiemoo
anonymous
  • anonymous
Its hard to say because being good with tones can be integrated but I've never hear of playing piano as something inherited
anonymous
  • anonymous
not integrated inherited sorry
NathalyN
  • NathalyN
then is D
perl
  • perl
i think you need to distinguish the difference between acquired and inherited traits
NathalyN
  • NathalyN
okay?
perl
  • perl
Nicole acquired her piano ability by practicing two hours a day. Tony inherited his piano ability by the fact that both his parents are concert pianists (so lets say he has a good ear for music).
anonymous
  • anonymous
Personally, whenever nobody is sure I go with what my gut says
perl
  • perl
note that tony only picked up tunes, he didn't master the piano.
NathalyN
  • NathalyN
ohhhh okay that makes a lo tof sense thank you !!!!!
NathalyN
  • NathalyN
cvan you help me wtht last question
perl
  • perl
if nicole wasn't interested in the piano, its quite likely she could also 'pick up tunes' at a party. but this question seems contrived... i dont think musical ability has been shown to be inherited, or if even there is such a thing as genetic musical ability
NathalyN
  • NathalyN
okay !!
perl
  • perl
for the first question i think its b) , it doesnt matter if a parent lives to an old age. what matters is how many viable offspring
perl
  • perl
this is not true for humans though (fortunately), the elderly can pass on wisdom
NathalyN
  • NathalyN
okay thank you can you help with the last question!!!!!??????
NathalyN
  • NathalyN
A species of songbird was studied in a laboratory setting. Raised from hatching without any others of its species, it listened to the songs of a different species every day on a tape recorder. When it reached reproductive age, it began singing the song of the different species. However, it made the warning calls of its own species. What does this study show? Warning calls are acquired; songs are inherited Songs are acquired; warning calls are inherited This study does not show anything All sounds are acquired
perl
  • perl
actually i guess its true for humans as well, if youre only interested in the survival of the species :)
perl
  • perl
I think it shows that songs are acquired, warning calls are inherited
anonymous
  • anonymous
I would say b because the bird knew the warning call but learned the different songs by listening to them
NathalyN
  • NathalyN
perl do you think is B??????
perl
  • perl
yes
NathalyN
  • NathalyN
okay that was my last question thank very much @perl

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