anonymous
  • anonymous
Where do new diseases most commonly originate? Select one: a. Crowded cities b. Pathogens that jump to humans from other species c. China d. Pollutants that contaminate water resources
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RamiroCruzo
  • RamiroCruzo
Lol Why is China in there??? :p
RamiroCruzo
  • RamiroCruzo
Whats you opinion???
anonymous
  • anonymous
lol I don't know that was one of the choices

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anonymous
  • anonymous
But I belive its B
RamiroCruzo
  • RamiroCruzo
Well thats exactly what I think too.... @shortyyshayy
anonymous
  • anonymous
The bacteria in our colons receive nutrients as waste passes through the digestive system and synthesize vitamin K, which the human body then uses. This is an example of Select one: a. commensalism b. parasitism c. mimicry d. mutualism What about this question? A?
RamiroCruzo
  • RamiroCruzo
Its Mutualism mi amigo......means that both the E. coli and its human host benefit from the bacteria residing in the intestinal tract.
anonymous
  • anonymous
So not commensalism?
RamiroCruzo
  • RamiroCruzo
Hey I get confused in these terms.......
RamiroCruzo
  • RamiroCruzo
But in commensalism one organism benefits from the other without affecting it.

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