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please help In evolution, the study of vertebrate forelimbs is related to _______ evidence. A. biochemical B. biogeographical C. fossil D. anatomical

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  1. jackthegreatest
    • one year ago
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    d, anatomical https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20131003080315AALozkK

  2. jakyfraze
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    are you sure?

  3. jackthegreatest
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    click on link

  4. jackthegreatest
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    Anatomy is the study of the structure of the bodies of living things. The vertebrate forelimb has the characteristic structure "one bone, two bones, lots bones, five digits". In the forelimb, this translates to one bone (humerus), two bones (radius and ulna), lotsa bones (carpal bones or hand), and five digits (fingers). In the hind limb, it translates to one bone (femur), two bones (tibia and fibula), lotsa bones (tarsal bones or foot), and five digits (phalanges or toes). This basic structural - i.e. anatomical - pattern is repeated throughout the amphibians, reptiles and mammals. None of the other answers fit.

  5. jackthegreatest
    • one year ago
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    lol i just copy pasted, but check the link out

  6. jakyfraze
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    okay i see it thank you. can i ask you another one

  7. jackthegreatest
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    maybe... i can try answering it

  8. jakyfraze
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    okay :D thank you.

  9. jakyfraze
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    Which of the following is not a form of genetic recombination in bacteria? A. Conjugation B. Transduction C. Binary fission D. Transformation

  10. jackthegreatest
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    c

  11. jakyfraze
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    are you sure?

  12. jackthegreatest
    • one year ago
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    im just searching these answers on the internet, u should too... the internet is very useful

  13. jakyfraze
    • one year ago
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    lol okay. can i ask you another one please?

  14. jackthegreatest
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    k sure

  15. jakyfraze
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    oh yes awesome!!! thank you

  16. jakyfraze
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    Which one of the following statements presents a condition of the Hardy-Weinberg principle? A. Genetic drift occurs. B. Mutations are present. C. Random mating occurs. D. Gene flow is present.

  17. jackthegreatest
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    i think its a

  18. jackthegreatest
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    or c

  19. jakyfraze
    • one year ago
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    i choose C I'm not sure

  20. jackthegreatest
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    congrats we're both not sure now lol

  21. jackthegreatest
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    Assumptions of the Hardy-Weinberg Model Before examining the mathematical model underlying the Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium, let us look at the assumptions under which it operates: Organisms reproduce sexually. Mating is random. Population size is very large. Migration in or out is negligible. Mutation does not occur. Natural selection does not act on the alleles under consideration.

  22. jakyfraze
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    yeah haha. i don't know :(

  23. jackthegreatest
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    according to the definition the answer is c

  24. jakyfraze
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    tell me what you think, https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20110125121451AAejM5T

  25. jackthegreatest
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    i agree mating is random

  26. jackthegreatest
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    it says that in the definition i sent u as well

  27. jakyfraze
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    okay I'm sticking with C. thank you

  28. jackthegreatest
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    welcome

  29. jakyfraze
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    can i ask you another one please lol?

  30. jackthegreatest
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    ummm if u give me another medal by posting a new question, yes...

  31. jakyfraze
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    okay lol

  32. jackthegreatest
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    waiting for that question

  33. jakyfraze
    • one year ago
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    Okay hold on

  34. jakyfraze
    • one year ago
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    @DALLINATOR720 thank you, i need help with this question

  35. jakyfraze
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    @Jackrhegreatest I just post it

  36. jakyfraze
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    @ Jack the greatest

  37. jakyfraze
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    @Jackthegreatest I just post a new question

  38. anonymous
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    what?

  39. jakyfraze
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    @DALLINATOR720 sorry about that

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