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Specialization can be both limiting and beneficial. How would a plant species benefit from a pollinator that only visits the flowers of that plant species?(1 point)

less competition for pollinators within the species

the flowers always having a pollinator

decreased self-fertilization, allowing for greater genetic variation

less competition for pollinators with other species

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  1. I think it's C

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  2. Here are the answers for L7 U4 Science (in connexus)
    1: Flies are scavengers and tend to break down dead organisms. Based on this information, what is a plant characteristic that would best attract flies?
    A: flowers that emit a rotten odor

    2: Which plant characteristic is the least important with regard to attracting bats?
    A: Flower color

    3: Specialization can be both limiting and beneficial. How would a plant species benefit from a pollinator that only visits the flowers of that plant species?
    A: less competition for pollinators with other species

    4: Sometimes, plants will reward their pollinators with something that benefits them. What is an example of a plant attractant that is also a pollination reward?
    A: nectar

    5: Which statement is true?
    A: Plant-pollinator coevolution involves changes in both species over a long period of time that help both the plant and the pollinator survive and reproduce.

    Hope this helps yall out ^-^

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  3. what thats not any of the questions

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  4. Are you doing successful plant reproduction quick check

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  5. Is this for the 7th grade quick check?? It only has four questions and some of the answers here are not on the quick check.

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  6. this is the answer "less competition for pollinators with other species"

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