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In bacteria, binary fission can be modeled in(1 point)

three stages.

four stages.

two stages.

one stage.

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  1. I think that it might be B. Four stages

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  2. I think it's B too

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  3. I think it is B too

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  4. The Answer Is A

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  5. its B

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  6. Four stages. C for the updated.

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  7. A
    B
    B
    A

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  8. Your wrong "oioiooio" I was wanting to correct my answers, but no, you want to mess around with peoples grades and life's by telling false information. Know, i have a failing grade, because of YOU. Prick.

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  9. hmm please stop its uncalled for. (don't answer i'm not coming back) thxxx

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  10. Here are the answers to the " Modeling Asexual Reproduction Quick Check"

    1. B- four stages
    2. A- vegetable reproduction
    3. D- 100%
    4. A- lack of growth

    Sorry if I got the answers wrong. Maybe the teachers have changed the answers and questions but on my test these are the correct answers. Thanks :)

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  11. thx ur correct

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  12. yea they correct

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  13. BYE 🀣- SO WE GOING TO IGNORE THE VEGETABLE? Pleaseee, Spin back πŸ’ƒπŸ½! Vegetative *

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  14. they said your correct to there self but thx for helping me get my grade up

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  15. thanks bestay :]

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  16. THERES 2 Responses for question 4 what are the 2 it’s lack of growth and more growth or less growth or the same amount of growth

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  17. Four stages

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