1. Science

    Different species of plants have structure/characteristics that allow them to adapt to their environment. What is this called?
  2. Science

    Different species of plants have structure/characteristics that allow them to adapt to their environment. What is this called
  3. Science

    2. Study the amino acid sequences of the same protein taken from four different species of plants. Which pair of plants is most closely related? Species 1: -A-P-A-C-W- Species 2: -G-P-G-S-F- Species 3: -A-P-A-C-F- Species 4: -N-K-M-H-H- A. Species 2 and 4
  4. Social Studies

    1.What is a savanna? A savanna is a tropical or subtropical woodland ecosystem 2.What would you expect to find if you visited a savanna in Africa? Animals,grass,trees,plants 3.Why do you think so many animals live on a savanna? There's more grass and water
  5. Biology

    my sister still be sick so i still helping her post questions. i write paragraph from her textbook that go with question. Ultimately, Darwin recognized in nature a process that operates in a manner similar to the way artifical selection worked on farms and
  6. Science

    Asexual reproduction results in A.more diversity in their offspring B.less diversity in their offspring C. variation and diversity in the offspring D. a species adapting to its changing environment Answer : B Sexual reproduction results in A: offspring
  7. science

    why is it impossibe for an individual organism to simply "adapt" to a new biome? Adaptation to a new biome takes generations. When in a new biome, many organisms of a peraticular species will die. However, with adaquate variation within the species, some
  8. Biology

    28. Natural selection causes a. changes in the environment b. plants and animals to produce more offpsring than can survive c. changes in the frequency of certain favorable characteristics in a population d. all of the above D? 30. When Darwin published
  9. Biology

    28. Natural selection causes a. changes in the environment b. plants and animals to produce more offpsring than can survive c. changes in the frequency of certain favorable characteristics in a population d. all of the above D? 30. When Darwin published
  10. Ecology

    The effect of humans on the environment is more drastic than that of other species because people have a greater ability to 1. adapt to seasonal changes. 2. learn new skills. 3. alter the environment. 4. eat different types of food.
  11. genetic variation and biotechnology

    a species of organism only reproduces asexually. due to a change in the environment, some organisms are starting to die. predict how the other organisms of the species will do? a. they will probably die because they have the same genes. B.other organisms
  12. Science (Biology)

    1) In using cladistical analysis to assemble a hypothetical tree of a group of species, there are several things that must first be known. Of the items listed below, which one states an item that is not essential in order to use cladistics? A) Have found
  13. 7th grade science

    Q: a species of rodent lives in a moist forest. over time, the climate changes and becomes drier and more desert-like. which of these adaptations is most likely to improve the chances that the species will survive as its environment changes? Answer
  14. Biology

    Individuals whose characteristics are well-suited to their environment survive. Individuals whose characteristics ar not well-suited to their environment either die or leave fewer offspring. This principle Darwin called survival of the fittest. how i
  15. biology

    Which of the following is the definition of ecology? -the social movement with a goal to protect the environment -the recycling of human-made materials to reduce the waste going into landfills -the study of interactions among organisms and between
  16. Biology

    1. Which of the following is the definition of ecology? the social movement with a goal to protect the environment the recycling of human-made materials to reduce waste going into landfills the study of interactions among organisms and between organisms
  17. Science

    3. Which factor below helps species avoid extinction? A. Low reproductive rates B. high economic importance C. limited habitats in which to live D. able to adapt to changes in their habitat I think its D. 4. If there continues to be a loss in biodiversity
  18. science

    4. Which of the following explains how natural selection leads to evolution? A. Conditions in the environment reduce completion for resources within a species. B. Helpful variations accumulate among surviving members of the species. C. Overproduction
  19. bio

    How can their be similar characteristics of two diffrent speices, such as a tiger and cheetah. explain. Species can share similar characteristics. However, a species is defined as a group that can interbreed/produce offspring with another member of that
  20. science

    A species that influences the survival of many other species is an ecosystem is called a(n) (A) Niche species (B) Extinct species (C) Keystone species (D) Endangered species
  21. Biology

    do you know if there are any good websites on population distrubution patterns and relevant adaptations of organisms? You need to choose a population. A species of orchids? A species of animals (kangaroo, etc)? A type of bird? A disease vector ? Make a
  22. Science 6B

    1. Which of the following is an example of a competitive relationship in an ecosystem? A)an insect species that captures other insect species by posing as a leaf in a tree B)a bird species that does not build its own nests but uses nests abandoned by other
  23. Science

    A population of oak trees growing in a region in Canada experiences a change in climate to much colder temperatures and much drier conditions than they have had for many decades. What determines how this population will change in the next few years? traits
  24. Science

    A population of oak trees growing in a region in Canada experiences a change in climate to much colder temperatures and much drier conditions than they have had for many decades. What determines how this population will change in the next few years? traits
  25. Science

    A population of oak trees growing in a region in Canada experiences a change in climate to much colder temperatures and much drier conditions than they have had for many decades. What determines how this population will change in the next few years? traits
  26. science

    How would the ecosystem’s carrying capacity for a species change, if the species cannot adapt to changes of habitat?
  27. science (check!)

    4. Use of which of the following does not contribute carbon dioxide to the environment? refrigerator charcoal grill computer bicycle*** --------------- 5. Why does buying food that is grown in your local area help prevent loss of biodiversity? Local plants
  28. probability

    According to genetic theory, plants of a particular species have a 25% chance of being red-flowering, independently of other plants. Find the normal approximation to the chance that among 10,000 plants of this species, more than 2400 are red-flowering.
  29. probability

    According to genetic theory, plants of a particular species have a 25% chance of being red-flowering, independently of other plants. Find the normal approximation to the chance that among 10,000 plants of this species, more than 2400 are red-flowering.
  30. Health

    Characteristics caused by hormones but that do not include development of reproductive organs are called........ A. primary sex Characteristics B. secondary sex characteristics*** C. physical Characteristics D. body Characteristics Please tell me how I am
  31. Science!

    Please check my answers! thanks! :) 1. A population of oak trees growing in a region in Canada experiences a change in climate to much colder temperatures and much drier conditions than they have had for many decades. What determines how this population
  32. Math

    After a genetics experiment on 67 pea plants, the number of plants having certain characteristics was tallied, with the results given below. Answer parts (a) through (c). 22 were tall 35 had green peas 42 had smooth peas 12 were tall and had green peas 20
  33. PE

    1. the period development of which a child develops into an adult is called? a. childhood process b. adolescences c. teen years d. blooming ( i think this is the answer) 2.characteristics caused by hormones but that do not include development of
  34. Science

    How does adaptation explain the patterns of distribution of plant and animal species in the world? My answer is: If you were in the rain forest, the plants on the forest floor will die because there's tall trees blocking the sunlight. The trees adapt and
  35. Science~

    Please! Please! Please help me really quick! Pleae check my answers! 1. A population of oak trees growing in a region in Canada experiences a change in climate to much colder temperatures and much drier conditions than they have had for many decades. What
  36. Science

    A biologist made population counts of four different species of animals in an ecosystem. What can you infer from these numbers about possible predator-prey relationships between the species? Species A 155 Species B 17 Species C 2,467 Species D 19 ·
  37. science (check!)

    A biologist made population counts of four different species of animals in an ecosystem. What can you infer from these numbers about possible predator-prey relationships between the species? Species A:155 Species B:17 Species C:2467 Species D:19 A.Species
  38. Science

    A biologist made population counts of four different species of animals in an ecosystem. What can you infer from these numbers about possible predator-prey relationships between the species? Species A:155 Species B:17 Species C:2467 Species D:19 A.Species
  39. Science

    A gardener plants several flowering plants of the same species and notices that about 10% of the plants produce larger flowers than the others. He keeps track of the distribution of flower sizes over several years as shown in the table below. What explains
  40. Biology

    Angiosperms (flowering plants) are the largest Phylum in the Plant Kingdom (Angiospermophyta is also called Anthophyta or Magnoliophyta). These plants have true roots, stems, leaves and flowers. The roots grow into the soil to anchor the plant in place and
  41. science

    How did Lamarck and Darwin differ in their thinking about species? A. Darwin thought that organisms could induce their own changes, while Lamarck thought that change could only be induced by an organism's environment. B. Darwin thought that change could
  42. Science

    Which of the following explains how natural selection leads to evolution? a. Conditions in the environment reduce competition for resources within a species. b. Helpful variations accumulate among surviving members of the species. c. Overproduction
  43. Science

    What is/are the main factor(s) that determine(s) that your plants will grow into bean plants (or other fast-growing plants that you used for your experiment) and not some other type of plant (genetics, environment, or both)? Explain your answer
  44. Science

    What is/are the main factor(s) that determine(s) that your plants will grow into bean plants (or other fast-growing plants that you used for your experiment) and not some other type of plant (genetics, environment, or both)? Explain your answer
  45. science, biology

    1. What is/are the main factor(s) that determine(s) that your plants will grow into bean plants (or other fast-growing plants that you used for your experiment) and not some other type of plant (genetics, environment, or both)? Explain your answer.
  46. Science check answers

    1. Which of the following explains how natural selection leads to evolution? Conditions in the environment reduce competition for resources within a species Helpful variations accumulate among surviving members of the species*** Overproduction provides
  47. Health

    Characteristics caused by hormones but that do not include development of reproductive organs are called........ A. primary sex Characteristics B. secondary sex characteristics C. physical Characteristics D. body Characteristics The many physical changes
  48. science (CHECK plz)

    How did Lamarck and Darwin differ in their thinking about species? A. Darwin thought that organisms could induce their own changes, while Lamarck thought that change could only be induced by an organism's environment. B. Darwin thought that change could
  49. Science--PLEASE CHECK!

    Which of the following explains how natural selection leads to evolution? A. Conditions in the environment reduce competition for resources within a species. B. Helpful variations accumulate among surviving members of the species. C. Overproduction
  50. Biology

    How can exoctic species affect populations of native species? Exotic species out compete native species in several ways. One way is through competition in the environment for habitat dominancy and resource utalisation. Being exotic means they don't have
  51. Science-Ms.Sue

    How did Lamarck and Darwin differ in their thinking about species? A. Darwin thought that organisms could induce their own changes, while Lamarck thought that change could only be induced by an organism's environment. B. Darwin thought that change could
  52. Science

    How did Lamarck and Darwin differ in their thinking about species? A. Darwin thought that organisms could induce their own changes, while Lamarck thought that change could only be induced by an organism's environment. B. Darwin thought that change could
  53. Science

    How did Lamarck and Darwin differ in their thinking about species? A. Darwin thought that organisms could induce their own changes, while Lamarck thought that change could only be induced by an organism's environment. B. Darwin thought that change could
  54. Science

    How did Lamarck and Darwin differ in their thinking about species? A. Darwin thought that organisms could induce their own changes, while Lamarck thought that change could only be induced by an organism's environment. B. Darwin thought that change could
  55. Science

    How did Lamarck and Darwin differ in their thinking about species? A. Darwin thought that organisms could induce their own changes, while Lamarck thought that change could only be induced by an organism's environment. B. Darwin thought that change could
  56. Science

    [I choose b.] Why are there so many species still unknown to modern science? a.many of these species are found in remote environments. b.smaller species receive less attention than large organisms. c.Cataloging these species is a huge task d.all the above
  57. Science

    Over millions of years of time, an island's vegetation shifts. The seed-producing plants that dominated the early origins of the island die out in favor of new species of plants that do not produce seeds but provide a good habitat for insects. How is this
  58. Ms. Sue PLZ HELP!!!(science)

    Study the amino acid sequences of the same protein taken from four different species of plants. Which pair of plants is most closely related? Species 1: -A-P-A-C-W- Species 2: -G-P-G-S-F- Species 3: -A-P-A-C-F- Species 4: -N-K-M-H-H- a. Species 2 and 4 b.
  59. science (any tutor)

    2. How did Darwin and Lamarck differ in their thinking about change in species? A.Darwin thought that organisms could induce their own changes, while Lamarck thought that change could only be induced by an organism’s environment. B.Darwin thought that
  60. Science

    How did Darwin and Lamarck differ in their thinking about change in species? Darwin thought that organisms could induce their own changes, while Lamarck thought that change could only be induced by an organism’s environment. Darwin thought that change
  61. Science

    This is for 7th grade science and I think this was good tell me if I'm wrong Like climate, change to an environment will affect the ones living in it. Plants that are moribund in an area where they grow changes in the environment will help the plants
  62. Biology

    Angiosperms (flowering plants) are the largest phylum in the plant kingdom (Angiospermophyta is also called Anthophyta or Magnoliophyta). These plants have true roots, stems, leaves, and flowers. The roots grow into the soil to anchor the plant in place
  63. science

    1. which of the following must occur for speciation to take place? a. a population must be physically separated into groups b. harsh environmental conditions must be imposed on a population c. competition must occur between members of a populations d. some
  64. Stadistic

    According to a genetics model, plants of a particular species occur in the categories A, B, C, and D, in the ratio 9:3:3:1. The categories of different plants are mutually independent. At a lab that grows these plants, 218 are in Category A, 69 in Category
  65. science

    1. which of the following must occur for speciation to take place? a. a population must be physically separated into groups b. harsh environmental conditions must be imposed on a population c. competition must occur between members of a populations d. some
  66. MJ Science 3

    Q 1 A geographical area where plants, animals, the landscape, and the climate all interact together is called a(n) environment**** ecosystem biome food web Question 2(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points) The process of sharing electrons between two atoms is
  67. MJ Science 3

    Q 1 A geographical area where plants, animals, the landscape, and the climate all interact together is called a(n) environment ecosystem**** biome food web Question 2(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points) The process of sharing electrons between two atoms is
  68. Science

    What is the characteristics shared by endangered species and species nearly extinct?
  69. Stats

    According to genetic theory, every plant of a particular species has a 25% chance of being red-flowering, independently of all other plants. Among 10 plants of this species, what is the chance that fewer than 4 are red-flowering?
  70. Science

    Can anyone fill in the blank? An idea that explains the characteristics of living things? (2 words, 10 letters) Type of cell that helps an animal respond to its environment (5 letters) Plants have different types of cells for different _______. (5 letters)
  71. drbob222,math

    I've written back for the one i'm having trouble with of the previous in the previous message. Another question is that I want to verify doesn't this problem refer to solving. It is estimated that the Earth is losing 4000 species of plants and animals
  72. Grade 8 SCIENCE!! HELP NEEDED!!

    1)What are the characteristics of vascular plants with seeds?? 2) Why do vascular plants grow larger than non vascular plants??
  73. Bio

    1. Why do plants provide bees, hummingbirds, butterflies, and other animals with nectar? So they can get their pollen and spread it to multiply 2. Why do plants provide animals with fruits such as strawberries, apples, and mangoes? So they can dispose the
  74. science

    over millions of years, of time and islands vegetation shifts. the seed producing plants that dominated the early origins of the island die out in favor of new species of plants that do not produce seeds but provide a good habitat for insects. how is this
  75. drbob222,math

    Am going correct with this one. It is estimated that the Earth is losing 4000 species of plants and animals every year. If S represents the number of species living last year, how many species are on Earth this year? S-4000=1 S=1+4000 S=4001 of species we
  76. Science

    Why is it difficult to reestablish a species permanently into its natural environment once the total number of a species drop below a population of 500? Thank you for your help.
  77. environmental science

    Hi. I was wondering if someone could help me grasp a concept. The concept is that soon the world will run out of natural resources to sustain life on Earth as the population increases. This idea is presented in a book I am currently reading, EO Wilson's
  78. biology

    Why must plants have both mitochondrion and chloroplasts? Thanks in advance. I think it has something to do with the fact that chloroplasts convert sunlight into chemical energy. Does that sound right? One of the most widely recognized and important
  79. science!! please help me!!

    1)When evolution was first proposed, which of the following was used as evidence to support the idea? (1 point) A)observations of nature*** B)laboratory experiments C)extensive fossil collections D)genetic sequences 2)How did Darwin and Lamarck differ in
  80. Plant Biology

    Hi Can anyone tell me why using the scientific name for plants is important in the context of their evolutionary relationship ... 1)Is it something to do with extinction, and 2)The beneficial and harm to humans plants from the same species may cause. 3)
  81. history

    how were the incas able to adapt to their physical environment?
  82. science

    What can happen to an animal species if it cannot adapt to changes taking place in its habitat?
  83. HELP!

    A biologist made population count of four different species of animals in an ecosystem. What can you infer from these numbers possible predator-prey relationship[s between species? Species A : 155 Species B : 17 Species C : 2,467 Species D : 19
  84. Science

    Consider the following food chain: hawk - rabbit - clover. Each species will contain a different amount of calories in its body (clover: 10 calories, rabbit: 500 and hawk: 1200). Each species has a different daily caloric requirement (clover: sunlight,
  85. Science

    Consider the following food chain: hawk - rabbit - clover. Each species will contain a different amount of calories in its body (clover: 10 calories, rabbit: 500 and hawk: 1200). Each species has a different daily caloric requirement (clover: sunlight,
  86. Science

    A species of rabbit lives in a meadow where grass plants are readily available during summer months. The rabbits do not stray far from the meadow because the plants supply food and protection from predators. One summer, a fire destroys the plants in the
  87. Literacy

    According to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's list of endangered species, the grus Americana belongs to which species group? A. Birds B. Nonflowering plants C. Ferns and fern allies D. Invertebrate animals my answer is A
  88. Environmental science

    33. Using two or three well-developed paragraphs, write the names of the six kingdoms of organisms. Identify several characteristics of each kingdom. -Most organisms are classified into six kingdoms, which are: Archaebacteria, Eubacteria, Fungi, Protists,
  89. Biology (( Plants ))

    Hi I think how plants reproduce is a very complicated process and the structure of the plant ,, can anyone please give me a help and show me how plants reproduce cause my sats are coming and I'm in Grade 9 Thanks and I will be grateful to you You are
  90. English

    Read the sentences. The Arctic region, where winters are long and cold, is home to more than 400 species of flowering plants. Which group of words is an adjective clause in the sentence? A) is home to more than 400 species of flowering plants B) of
  91. Biology

    The Kingdom Monera has been separated into two domains, the Archaea and the Bacteria. Which of the following was most important in prompting scientists to change the way these organisms were classified? a.)Major differences were discovered in the structure
  92. science

    A species that influences the survival of many other species in an ecosystem is called a____? I have no clue please someone help!
  93. Grammar

    The last four grammar questions of the day [I think]- idenify the word that the phrase in CAPS modifies: 1.A scientist WHO FINDS ONE NEW SPECIES is very happy Ans- scientist 2.WHEN SOMEONE FINDS SEVERAL NEW SPECIES AT ONCE, that is rare indeed Ans- rare??
  94. science

    Nitrogen is cycled through an ecosystem by both plants and ?(animals). Decomposers break down dead organisms and their waste products to release ?(ammonia) in a process called ?(nitrification) These ?(decomposers) can then be used by plants to make amino
  95. Social Studies Native Americans

    How did the Native American groups of the northern west coast adapt to their environment? a: they built their homes out of a sun dried brick called Adobe b: they had a nomadic culture, moving there teepees from place to place c: they used tree bark to make
  96. science

    My answers are in the brackets Nitrogen is cycled through an ecosystem by both plants and ?(animals). Decomposers break down dead organisms and their waste products to release ?(ammonia) in a process called ?(nitrification) These ?(decomposers) can then be
  97. science

    My answers are in the brackets Nitrogen is cycled through an ecosystem by both plants and ?(animals). Decomposers break down dead organisms and their waste products to release ?(ammonia) in a process called ?(nitrification) These ?(decomposers) can then be
  98. science

    My answers are in the brackets Nitrogen is cycled through an ecosystem by both plants and ?(animals). Decomposers break down dead organisms and their waste products to release ?(ammonia) in a process called ?(nitrification) These ?(decomposers) can then be
  99. science

    My answers are in the brackets Nitrogen is cycled through an ecosystem by both plants and ?(animals). Decomposers break down dead organisms and their waste products to release ?(ammonia) in a process called ?(nitrification) These ?(decomposers) can then be
  100. science

    My answers are in the brackets Nitrogen is cycled through an ecosystem by both plants and ?(animals). Decomposers break down dead organisms and their waste products to release ?(ammonia) in a process called ?(nitrification) These ?(decomposers) can then be