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A foreign seed is accidentally distributed in a field. After several growing seasons, the plants of the foreign seed are the only type found in the field. This foreign plant is considered which of the following? Select one: a. Secondary consumer b. Invasive species c. Mutualistic partner d. Producer

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  1. anonymous
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    @Andrews_girl You should be able to get this one I think. Just think about the definitions of each word (individually, not as a phrase).

  2. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Thankyou ! @mrdoldum Can you help with a couple more ? (:

  3. anonymous
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    Wait would it be D ? or am i completely wrong /.\

  4. anonymous
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    @Andrews_girl What do we use when one country declares war and sends troops into another country?

  5. anonymous
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    B?

  6. anonymous
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    Yes.

  7. anonymous
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    thankyou !

  8. anonymous
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    Without the presence of sea otters, sea urchins would otherwise overgraze kelp beds, dramatically changing the marine community of which the urchins and otters are a part. For this reason, sea otters are considered _____________. Select one: a. A parasite b. A keystone species c. A predator d. An indicator species

  9. anonymous
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    c or b i think ?

  10. anonymous
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    @mrdoldum

  11. anonymous
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    @Andrews_girl Have you learned about species that if removed cause the collapse of an entire ecosystem? That is what this question is talking about.

  12. anonymous
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    yes so it would be b then ? Without keystone species, the ecosystem would be dramatically different or cease to exist altogether.

  13. anonymous
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    Yes

  14. anonymous
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    Some caterpillars look like small snakes and will even strike out like a snake when threatened by a predator. This is an example of _______. Select one: a. Mutualism b. Commensalism c. Deceptive looks d. Camouflage

  15. anonymous
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    D ?

  16. anonymous
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    Close, but it is more than simple camouflage.

  17. anonymous
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    C ?

  18. anonymous
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    Yes

  19. anonymous
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    Which of the following represents mutualism? Select one: a. Tick on a dog b. Tapeworm in a human c. Lion eating a zebra d. Bees pollinating flowers

  20. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    The symbioses: parasitism-one species fitness increased the other species fitness decreased commensalism-one species fitness increased the other species has not fitness change mutualism-both species have fitness increased

  21. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    ah d ?

  22. anonymous
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    Yes.

  23. anonymous
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    thankyou for your help !

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