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3. Which of the following is an example of inbreeding?
A farmer chooses the cows in his or her herd that produce the most milk and breeds only those cows.
A farmer chooses the cows in his or her herd that produce the most milk and breeds them with cows that get sick less often.
A farmer chooses the cows in his or her herd that produce the most milk and injects them with hormones that make them produce more milk.
A farmer chooses the cows in his or her herd that produce the most milk and pulls them out of the breeding stock.

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  1. oops forgot to put my answer, I think it is either A or B.

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  2. A.

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    Ms. Sue
  3. thank you!

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  4. so the first one?

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  5. The function of the respiratory system are? [select all the apply]
    1.To pump blood in the body.
    2.To deliver oxygen to the body.
    3.To remove carbon dioxide from the body
    4.To absorb nutrients

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  6. I think it is 2 and 3 @Sarah
    (I know I'm very late)

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  7. Idk the answer i just want to say heyyyyyyyy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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