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Match the items. pioneer species in forests Read Answer Items for Question 1 left after a disturbance Read Answer Items for Question 1 a volcanic eruption, forest fire, or disease Read Answer Items for Question 1 mature hardwoods Read Answer Items for Question 1 Annual plants Read Answer Items for Question 1 Perennials Read Answer Items for Question 1 Softwoods like pines Read Answer Items for Question 1 pioneer species in lakes Read Answer Items for Question 1 pioneer species in sand Read Answer Items for 1 short-lived with wide seed dispersal

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  1. mbma526
    • one year ago
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    Answers A. Annuals B. appear after the pioneer species C. can reproduce more than once in lifespan D. Grasses E. appear before the climax community F. Bacteria and lichens G. Algae H. Bare rock I. Climax community J. Disturbance

  2. mbma526
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    can yall help @Zedditup @Shalante

  3. anonymous
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    Disturbance means the interruption of a settled and peaceful condition. So which one is that?

  4. anonymous
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    Annual and annual plants match so that's one

  5. mbma526
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    the volcano one? @Shalante for disturbance

  6. anonymous
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    Yes

  7. mbma526
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    the pioneer species in the lake would be the bare rock?

  8. mbma526
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    @Shalante ^

  9. anonymous
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    wait

  10. anonymous
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    lemme try to match all of it first

  11. mbma526
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    ok

  12. anonymous
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    can one question have the same answer twice?

  13. mbma526
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    yes @Shalante

  14. anonymous
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    bare rock exposed by geologic activity - volcanism, glaciers. So guess which one is that?

  15. mbma526
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    volcano one?

  16. mbma526
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    left after disturbance

  17. anonymous
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    Nope, it means bare rock is being exposed after the activites of volcanism, glaciers which are disturbances. So its left over a disturbance.

  18. mbma526
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    so H goes to the second one

  19. anonymous
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    yes

  20. mbma526
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    b goes with the last one right?

  21. anonymous
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    short-lived with wide seed dispersal with B? I do not think so

  22. anonymous
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    Short lived with wide seed dispersal probably belongs to grass.

  23. mbma526
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    goes with c

  24. anonymous
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    perennials reproduce more than once per lifetime,

  25. mbma526
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    last one with b? @Shalante

  26. anonymous
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    tell me the answer and question of that?

  27. mbma526
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    short-lived with wide seed dispersal and appear after the pioneer species

  28. anonymous
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    Appear after the pioneer species. They're looking for a noun with a name it that goes along with it, not a description. I wrote that short lived with wide seed dispersal is grass.

  29. mbma526
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    thank you

  30. anonymous
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    It says algae first formed in clear water. Guess which one that is?

  31. anonymous
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    grass are found in the first sand

  32. anonymous
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    First forest species was the lichen moss

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