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While looking at bacteria under a microscope, you decide to take a break. When you return, the amount of bacteria has doubled in size. Your break probably only took _____. 24 hours 1-3 hours 8
hours 48 hours
While looking at bacteria under a microscope, you decide to take a break. When you return, the amount of bacteria has doubled in size. Your break probably only took 1-3 hours. From the answer choices provided the best answer would be 1-3 hours. Bacteria takes a minimum of 30 minutes to double in size.
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User: When a single cell undergoes many mitotic divisions in the nucleus, producing many daughter cells, it has conducted _____. binary fission multiple fission fragmentation budding

User: While looking at bacteria under a microscope, you decide to take a break. When you return, the amount of bacteria has doubled in size. Your break probably only took _____. 24 hours 1-3 hours 8 hours 48 hours

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While looking at bacteria under a microscope, you decide to take a break. When you return, the amount of bacteria has doubled in size. Your break probably only took 1-3 hours.

From the answer choices provided the best answer would be 1-3 hours. Bacteria takes a minimum of 30 minutes to double in size.






User: An act of fertilization in which genetic information is transferred between cells is called _____. external fertilization internal fertilization conjugation pollination

Weegy: In some protists, genetic information is transferred from one cell to the next. This transfer is called conjugation, letter c.
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User: The Redwood trees in Oregon are huge. They increase in size and weight by _____. binary fission multiple fission mitosis meiosis

Weegy: The Redwood trees in Oregon are huge. They increase in size and weight by - mitosis
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When a single cell undergoes many mitotic divisions in the nucleus, producing many daughter cells, it has conducted: multiple fission.
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