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Q: The _____ consists of protoplasm and a nucleus. vacuole amoeba bacterium pseudopodium
A: amoeba. The typical ameoba is basically an envelope that contains protoplasm and a nucleus.
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User: The _____ consists of protoplasm and a nucleus. vacuole amoeba bacterium pseudopodium

Weegy: amoeba. The typical ameoba is basically an envelope that contains protoplasm and a nucleus.
migzptz|Points 6237|

User: Select all that apply. Which of the following are vertebrates? starfish earthworms tunicates crab amphibians lancelets octopus grasshopper

Weegy: Invertebrates do not have a backbone such as an earthworm.
DEANA|Points 1031|

User: Camembert and Roquefort cheese are flavorful mostly because of _____.

Weegy: Camembert and Roquefort cheese are flavorful mostly because of MOLD.
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User: Yeast and truffles are _____ fungi. club sac zygote-forming chytrid imperfect

Weegy: sac
Elle124|Points 298|

User: Algin is used for _____.

User: Select all that apply. Algin is used for _____. filters marshmallows ice cream paint insulation polishing substances

Weegy: Answer is ICE CREAM. "In the food industry, algin sometimes is used as a packing material for shellfish. [ Its derivatives, including sodium alginate and others, are commonly used as emulsifiers, thickeners and binding agents in foods such as ice cream, desserts, puddings and gels. Algin is commonly used by manufacturers instead of similar man-made chemicals so they can label products as "all-natural." ]
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User: Score: Light sensitivity in the euglena is provided by the eyespot. True False

Weegy: True.
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User: Pneumonia is caused by _____. pathogens eubacteria archaea rickettsia

Weegy: Pneumonia is caused by pathogens.
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User: Fertile hyphae that bear spores are called _____. conidiophores sporangium gametophytes isogametes

Weegy: A fertile hypha that bears spores is called a sporangiophore.
debnjerry|Points 34225|

User: _____ is the primary reproduction process of archaea and bacteria. Fragmentation Fertilization Binary fission Budding

Weegy: Binary fission is the primary reproduction process of archaea and bacteria.
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User: Tapeworms can reproduce by _____. budding fission fragmentation

User: Score: Jellyfish and coral are _____. radially symmetrical bilaterally symmetrical asymmetrical

User: Jellyfish and coral are _____. radially symmetrical bilaterally symmetrical asymmetrical

Weegy: the answer is C. bilaterally symmetrical
Haydenise|Points 70|

User: Arthropods like mites and ticks can transmit rickettsial diseases. True False

Weegy: True
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User: The chlorophyll of the green algae is spread throughout the cytoplasm of its cells. True False

User: Score: ____ are fungi which obtain nourishment from decaying plants. Saprophytes Spores Hyphae Molds

Weegy: Saprophytes are fungi which obtain nourishment from decaying plants.
Expert answered|jeifunk|Points 4584|

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