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  1. anonymous
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    @SyedMohammed98

  2. SyedMohammed98
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    yes?

  3. anonymous
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    yay! your here :) let me post the question :)

  4. SyedMohammed98
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    okay :)

  5. anonymous
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    The number of different species living in a given area describes a habitat. a population. species diversity. genetic diversity.

  6. SyedMohammed98
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    as it refers to species so it's C

  7. anonymous
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    ok :)

  8. anonymous
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    You would expect to find ________ in an ecosystem. only abiotic factors only biotic factors biotic and abiotic factors all the exotic factors

  9. SyedMohammed98
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    Biotic and abiotic factors. In an ecosystem you will find non-living factors, such as wind, soil, water, climate, as well as living organisms, such as animals, plants, bacteria.

  10. anonymous
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    thx next :)

  11. anonymous
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    Organisms that are able to take the energy from the sun and make it usable for living things are called Producers Consumers Decomposers Controllers

  12. SyedMohammed98
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    . B - Producers - mostly plants making sugars and other stuffs through photosynthesis

  13. anonymous
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    its Producers?

  14. SyedMohammed98
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    yeh sorry it's A not B

  15. anonymous
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    oh i was confused there for a second, lol :) next!

  16. anonymous
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    All the members of a specific species that live in an area are a habitat a population abiotic mutualistic

  17. SyedMohammed98
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    a population, obviously habitat is where the population lives abiotic means non living

  18. anonymous
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    so B?

  19. Rushwr
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    I agree

  20. SyedMohammed98
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    yup

  21. anonymous
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    kk, next!

  22. SyedMohammed98
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    how many?

  23. anonymous
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    Which of the following shows how energy is transferred from organism to organism? Food Webs Food Chains Food Trails Food Squares

  24. Rushwr
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    Food chain right ? @SyedMohammed98

  25. anonymous
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    well i have 43 more questions left but we can do like 20 today and the rest tomorrow :) we are by #5 :)

  26. SyedMohammed98
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    . A food chain only follows just one path as animals find food. so yeh food chain

  27. anonymous
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    ok next!

  28. anonymous
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    Due to responses in _________ , living things can change over time. cloning natural disasters changing in their environment fossil evidence

  29. SyedMohammed98
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    C)

  30. Rushwr
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    would it be changes in their environment @geny55

  31. anonymous
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    Bees collect nectar from flowers and, in turn, pollinate the flowers. This relationship is an example of commensalism. mutualism. parasitism. isolationism.

  32. SyedMohammed98
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    ummm m not sure but i think it's parasitism cuz parasitism is a non-mutual symbiotic relationship between species, where one species, the parasite, benefits at the expense of the other, the host.

  33. anonymous
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    ok next!

  34. anonymous
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    The makeup of all the different species in the world is genetic diversity. a population. biological diversity. a habitat.

  35. SyedMohammed98
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    Genetic ofcourse......

  36. anonymous
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    ok next!

  37. SyedMohammed98
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    last?

  38. anonymous
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    noooo :(

  39. anonymous
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    According to the theory of evolution ______ traits will become common in a population over time. female favorable male recessive

  40. SyedMohammed98
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    i think it's male

  41. anonymous
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    ok next!

  42. anonymous
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    Organisms that eat both plants and animals are called omnivores. herbivores. producers. decomposers.

  43. Rushwr
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    omnivores

  44. SyedMohammed98
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    yup

  45. anonymous
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    Populations with ________ levels of genetic diversity are _________ likely to adapt to changes in the environment. high; less high; more low; more high; not

  46. Rushwr
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    2nd answer

  47. SyedMohammed98
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    yup rushwr is right....

  48. anonymous
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    b?

  49. Rushwr
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    yeah

  50. SyedMohammed98
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    one of the user of openstudy named elly said that this is the case because the more diversity makes it more likely that an adaption will appear that is beneficial, basically. More changes can happen to the population, and the good ones will help it to adapt.

  51. anonymous
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    Predator-prey relationships are shown through food trees. food chains. food webs. food networks.

  52. anonymous
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    @Rushwr

  53. Rushwr
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    yeah since they have a huge genetic diversity the no. of survivals would be high . For an example take a deer population ! So in a deer population if the genetic variation is high there can be ones who can run fast and survive from the wolves and ones who has low speed will be food for the wolves. SO like that since it has a high genetic variation some of it can survive. Imagine if all were with low speeds !

  54. Rushwr
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    Predators are those animals that live by preying on other organism right? So for relationship between them we can't suggest food tree ,food web or food network.. Only in food chain we see this relationship! Am I right ? :I

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