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Q: 1. If glyphosate-resistant weeds become widespread in the future, we can expect farmers to (Points : 5) kill these weeds by applying more glyphosate to their fields. switch to a
pesticide that is more effective for this problem. return to traditional tillage, leading to increased soil erosion. switch to raising these "weeds" as a new type of crop.
A: switch to a pesticide that is more effective for this problem.
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User: 1. If glyphosate-resistant weeds become widespread in the future, we can expect farmers to (Points : 5) kill these weeds by applying more glyphosate to their fields. switch to a pesticide that is more effective for this problem. return to traditional tillage, leading to increased soil erosion. switch to raising these "weeds" as a new type of crop.

Weegy: switch to a pesticide that is more effective for this problem.
OneRepublic|Points 665|

User: 2. In northern Africa locusts often switch from a solitary to a gregarious swarm of millions when (Points : 5) crops are changed from corn to wheat. precipitation is below normal. ample rain and vegetation. wind speeds are steady below 10 miles per hour.

Weegy: crops are changed from corn to wheat.
tinkermei|Points 646|

User: 3. Insecticides would be most useful in combating (Points : 5) insects that spread disease (for example: mosquitoes that spread malaria). weeds that infect our agricultural fields. bacteria, such as Salmonella, which sometimes contaminate meat. fungi that contribute to molds and mildew that lead to respiratory infections.

Weegy: Insecticides would be most useful in combating: A) insects that spread disease (for example: mosquitoes that spread malaria).
andrewpallarca|Points 11505|

User: 4. Global documentation of pesticide poisoning (Points : 5) reveals a dramatic decline in cases in the last 5 years, due primarily to WHO standards. reveals a dramatic increase in cases in the last 10 years, as more pesticides are used. indicates an increase in herbicide but not pesticide poisoning. has no official data that has been tracked for trends.

Weegy: B)reveals a dramatic increase in cases in the last 10 years, as more pesticides are used.
OneRepublic|Points 665|

User: . Most organisms accumulate synthetic organic chemicals in their bodies because these chemicals (Points : 5) are easily converted into molecules that are used to build parts of cells. are a concentrated source of minerals, needed for cellular metabolism. cannot be easily metabolized by the body. are a major source of calories when food is not available.

Weegy: 2.are a concentrated source of minerals, needed for cellular metabolism.
caligun|Points 1291|

User: 6. The dangers of widespread DDT use are largely due to two main characteristics of DDT, its (Points : 5) bioremediation and nonpersistence. degradation and nonpersistence. biomagnification and persistence. bioremediation and persistence.

Weegy: degradation and nonpersistence
kligarta|Points 0|

User: 7. A garden is suffering from a quickly growing mold (a fungus). The most effective treatment for this problem would be the application of (Points : 5) an herbicide. a fungicide. a pesticide. a rodenticide.

Weegy: A. fungicide.
jolito098|Points 353|

User: 8. Because of biomagnification, the most toxic organisms in any ecosystem will be the (Points : 5) producers. primary consumers. ones at the top of the chain. soils.

Weegy: B) primary consumers.
beboythewizkid|Points 2048|

User: . The Delaney clause became increasingly problematic because (Points : 5) of the introduction of new pesticides. of bioengineered crops. more sensitive analytical chemical techniques could detect previously unknown traces of pesticides. humans appear to be more and more sensitive to carcinogenic compounds.

Weegy: The answer is humans appear to be more and more sensitive to carcinogenic compounds.
businesslady|Points 664|

User: 10. Today, any pesticide banned for use in the United States (Points : 5) cannot be produced for use anywhere in the world. can be produced but cannot be sold (but can be given away) for use elsewhere in the world. cannot be produced but can be sold for use elsewhere in the world. can be produced and sold to other countries with "informed permission" forms signed by the purchaser.

Weegy: 4.can be produced and sold to other countries with "informed permission" forms signed by the purchaser
caligun|Points 1291|

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