During an experiment, a scientist observed prokaryotes that lived near volcanic vents deep in the ocean. The scientist most likely observed
a, photoautotrophs
b. chemoautotrophs ****
c. heterotrophs
d. photoheterotrophs

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  1. Volcanos are known for sulfer production, so chemotrophs are the most likely bacteria observed at the location.

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  2. Chemotrophs and chemoautotrophs are essentially the same; your answer is what I would go with.

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  3. 1. B - Chemoautotrophs
    2. A - They should use antibiotics only when necessary
    3. B - Conserve water
    4. D - The gametophyte has become smaller, and the sporophyte has become larger.
    5. D - Dry areas on land
    6. D - Grow close to the ground
    7. D - A triploid cell
    8. A - They are tiny
    9. C - Lyse the host cell right away

    Hope this helps! ^^

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  4. i don't know if you're right yet (haven't turned it in) but thanks for the help mathboi

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  5. mathboi is 100% right

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  6. Mathboi is correct!!!! :DDDD

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  7. Mathboi is 100% right i promise

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  8. Mathboi 100%

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  9. Mathboi is right!! Thanks ^-^

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