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Q: Which of the following examples of an ecological study involves the ecosystem level of organization? A. The effects of an invasive plant species on bird nesting sites B. The effects of
competition on survival C. The effects of a disease on population size D. The effects of human activities on biogeochemical cycling
A: The effects of a disease on population size -is an examples of an ecological study involves the ecosystem level of organization.
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Accented notes that run against the regular pulse of the musical meter are referred to as A. anapestic. B. syncopated. C. iambic. D. duple meter.
Weegy: Accented notes that run against the regular pulse of the musical meter are referred to as syncopated. User: The texture of Gregorian chant is said to be A. homophonic. B. heterophonic. C. polyphonic. D. monophonic. User: Which of the following statements is not true of music written in the major mode? A. Music written in the major mode generally conveys a mood of optimism and joy. B. Two of the seven notes are slightly higher than those of the minor mode and thus create a different kind of sound. C. The major mode corresponds to the scale produced by singing "do-re-mi-fa-so-la-ti-do." D. Very few national anthems begin and end in the major mode. (More)
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The texture of Gregorian chant is said to be D. monophonic.
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The following statement is not true of music written in the major mode:
D. Very few national anthems begin and end in the major mode.
Both the British and American national anthems are typical of such celebratory and patriotic music, being written in a major key.
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