darkbeautystar
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Which example is an organism? A. bacteria B. heart C. clay D. soil
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darkbeautystar
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@Missiey
darkbeautystar
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Are you really typing that long of a response!
anonymous
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no computer froze lol bacteria

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darkbeautystar
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How does a mushroom reproduce? A. It produces spores. B. It splits in two. C. It divides into acorns. D. It forms buds.
anonymous
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a
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A Venus flytrap produces new leaves from the step tip. Which life characteristic does this illustrate? A. growth B. reproduction C. homeostasis D. response to stimuli
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anonymous
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a and ok
darkbeautystar
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Which animal could a Siamese cat mate with to produce offspring? A. border collie B. mongoose C. Aegean cat D. squirrel
darkbeautystar
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I don't think that it is A. or D.
anonymous
  • anonymous
c
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Which animal could a Siamese cat mate with to produce offspring? A. border collie B. mongoose C. Aegean cat D. squirrel
anonymous
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same question
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ohh
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The taxonomic reference for humans is Eukarya, Animalia, Chordata, Mammalia, Primates, Hominid, Homo, sapiens. Humans belong to which order? A. Animalia B. Primates C. Chordata D. Hominid
darkbeautystar
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Are you seeing this?
anonymous
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d sorry had a phone call
darkbeautystar
  • darkbeautystar
It's ok
darkbeautystar
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Using the dichotomous key, which class does this animal belong to? https://static.k12.com/calms_media/media/1361000_1361500/1361329/1/46fd132b5cebb7513d1500fa6eb61bdff0f0c858/MS_LIFE_SCI_228794.jpg A. Fish B. Mammalia C. Invertebrate D. Reptiles
anonymous
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a brb
darkbeautystar
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Which is not a kingdom in the taxonomic classification system? A. Animalia B. Plantae C. Molds D. Protista
anonymous
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they are animalia, plantae, fungi, protista
darkbeautystar
  • darkbeautystar
Does fungi mean mold
darkbeautystar
  • darkbeautystar
Plus...I'm only aloud to choose 1...
anonymous
  • anonymous
not sure I am little uneasy on this one .. hold on let me research
darkbeautystar
  • darkbeautystar
Ok
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok mold is not one
darkbeautystar
  • darkbeautystar
I can only have one answer..@Missiey
anonymous
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c
darkbeautystar
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Which type of organic molecule is a starch? A. protein B. lipid C. nucleic acid D. carbohydrate
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@Missiey
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Sorry...I had to leave for a min
anonymous
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a and its ok I was helping ur sister
darkbeautystar
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Which part of the eukaryotic cell contains information to direct the cell’s functions? A. mitochondria B. ribosome C. cytoplasm D. nucleus
anonymous
  • anonymous
d
darkbeautystar
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Which statement is true about a cell? A. They can only reproduce by budding. B. They do not pass on genetic traits. C. All organisms are made up of one or more cells. D. They are unable to respond to their environment.
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@Missiey
anonymous
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c
darkbeautystar
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Which structural characteristic is found in prokaryotic cells, but not eukaryotic cells? A. cell wall B. cilia C. lysosomes D. a nucleoid
darkbeautystar
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I think it is D
anonymous
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correct
darkbeautystar
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Which important process takes place in the ribosomes of a cell? A. protein synthesis B. photosynthesis C. cytokinesis D. cellular respiration
anonymous
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a
darkbeautystar
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Which best describes the function of the mitochondria in cells? A. transports materials in and out of the cell B. maintains homeostasis C. creates energy for cellular use D. acts as a structural support for the cell
anonymous
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c
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What is the function of a chloroplast in a cell? A. It controls the water content. B. It provides support and protection. C. It converts light energy into chemical energy. D. It breaks down waste materials.
darkbeautystar
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After this... I'll tag you when I get the question up!
anonymous
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a and ok
darkbeautystar
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What is the result of mitosis? A. two genetically identical nuclei B. two sperm cells and two eggs C. one sperm and one egg D. four genetically identical nuclei
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@Missiey
anonymous
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a
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Which system allows for food to be broken down and made available for a chipmunk's body to use? A. digestive system B. excretory system C. endocrine system D. respiratory system
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@Missiey
darkbeautystar
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I think it's A.
anonymous
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a
darkbeautystar
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Which structure makes it possible for the exchange of gases to occur in the gills? A. capillaries B. alveoli C. mouth D. fins
darkbeautystar
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D.?
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Remember...I can only take this once!
anonymous
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I wanna say a
anonymous
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everything I am getting says gills this is out of my book The gas exchange organs of fish are called gills
darkbeautystar
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So what would the answer be..
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@Missiey
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There is only 13 questions left counting this one!
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BRB
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I think it is B
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@Missiey
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Are you there?
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BRB
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@Missiey
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Well here is the next question
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The hydra has an incomplete digestive system. How does the hydra remove undigested food? A. It diffuses food through its outer layer. B. It pulls food out with its tentacles. C. It pushes out food through an opening, which is also used to bring in food. D. It expels food by using a special opening for that purpose.
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@Missiey
anonymous
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c
darkbeautystar
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I put B. for the last one..that you were looking up!!
anonymous
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ok I agreed
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Sorry... I got kicked out
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@Missiey
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me too
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Weird.. maybe a glitch
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seems to happen more on here that's why I go to pa more
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What do you think this one is... Ya..me too
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It's up above...
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What do you think??
anonymous
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i think c
darkbeautystar
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I think it is D.
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It says "can not be determined"......
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Because blood type helps determine I thought
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a
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