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This diagram shows that embryos of certain species develop almost identically in the earliest stages of embryonic development. These physical similarities indicate that there are also genetic similarities among these organisms. The physical and genetic embryological similarities among these organisms suggest that they A. descended from a common ancestor. B. have multiple vestigial organs in common. C. are members of the same genus. D. hunt and breed in similar habitats.
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The physical and genetic embryological similarities among organisms suggest that they descended from a common ancestor.
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Some whales have an underdeveloped hipbone. The hip bone is present in the anatomy but does not have any particular function in the whales' locomotion. The presence of this vestigial hip bone in a whale suggests that A. the same homologous structure may be found in humans. B. a mutation in the whales' DNA caused the formation of a useless skeletal structure. C. the whales may acquire the ability to live on land before the end of their lifetime. D. the hip bone may have played an important ...
Weegy: The presence of this vestigial hip bone in a whale suggests that the hip bone may have played an important role in the whales' ancestors' locomotion. target=_blank rel='nofollow'>http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:589KtlX_4MYJ:' target=_blank rel='nofollow'>www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Vestigial_organ+presence+of+this+vestigial+hip+bone+in+a+whale+suggests&cd=1&hl=en&ct=clnk&source=www.google.com ] User: Darwin hypothesized that favorable traits spread through a species as A. members come in contact with each other. B. organisms share food with each other. C. they are passed onto offspring. D. they limit the success of the organisms that have them. Weegy: Darwin hypothesized that favorable traits spread through a species as they are passed onto offspring. User: The physical and genetic embryological similarities among these organisms suggest that they A. descended from a common ancestor. B. have multiple vestigial organs in common. C. are members of the same genus. D. hunt and breed in similar habitats. Weegy: I am sorry, but to answer your question i need to see the diagram. Is there a picture link for the diagram? (More)
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Please provide the names of the organisms that you'd like to know the The physical and genetic embryological similarities. Thank you.
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Which organism would be most likely at the top of a food web? A. rabbit B. deer C. coyote D. cow
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How is energy moved from one organism to another? A. when one organism chases another organism, energy is moved B. when one organism is close by another organism, energy is moved C. when one organism touches another organism, energy is moved D. when one organism eats another organism, energy is moved
Weegy: When one organism eats another organism, energy is moved. User: What do all organisms depend on? A. population B. communities C. energy D. consumers Weegy: All organisms depend on energy. User: According to the food web what would happen to the producers if a virus broke out among the primary consumers and wiped out most of the species? A. the producers would increase B. the producers would decline C. the producers would have no change D. the producers would lose energy Weegy: According to the food web, if a virus broke out among the primary consumers and wiped out most of the species, the producers would increase. (More)
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