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Which of the following is not a characteristic of Arthropods that has attributed to their diversity and success? A. Endoskeleton B. Jointed appendages C. Segmentation D. Highly developed nervous
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C. Endoskeleton is not a characteristic of Arthropods that has attributed to their diversity and success.
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[object Object]User: Which of the following is not a characteristic of Arthropods that has attributed to their diversity and success? A. Endoskeleton B. Jointed appendages C. Segmentation D. Highly developed nervous system

Weegy: C. Endoskeleton is not a characteristic of Arthropods that has attributed to their diversity and success.
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User: Both insects and roundworms exhibit ______, whereas sponges, snails, and leeches do not. A. sensory perception B. calcium carbonate shells C. sexual reproduction D. molting during growth

Weegy: Both insects and roundworms exhibit ______, whereas sponges, snails, and leeches do not. A. sensory perception. [smile]
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User: During the life cycle of a plant, gametophyte is to n as sporophyte is to A. n 2 B. 2n2. C. n2. D. 2n.

Weegy: During the life cycle of a plant, gametophyte is to n as sporophyte is to D. 2n.
andrewpallarca|Points 25462|

User: If female deer mate with male deer that have the largest antlers, we are witnessing _______ selection. A. disruptive B. random C. sexual D. stabilizing

Weegy: If female deer mate with male deer that have the largest antlers, we are witnessing stabilizing selection.
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User: Which of the following is inaccurate in relation to viruses? A. They seek a specific host. B. They feature a capsid. C. They reproduce independently. D. They have nucleic acid core.

Weegy: Which of the following is inaccurate in relation to viruses? D) They seek out a specific host
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User: relation to viruses

Weegy: wht is your question?
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User: Which of the following structures develops into a pollen grain? A. Microspore B. Anther C. Megaspore D. Archegonium

Weegy: Which of the following structures develops into a pollen grain? A. Microspore.
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User: In evolution, the study of vertebrate forelimbs is related to _______ evidence. A. fossil B. biogeographical C. biochemical D. anatomical





Weegy: In evolution, the study of vertebrate forelimbs is related to D. anatomical evidence.
Expert answered|Janet17|Points 3660|

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