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During transformation, a prokaryote is changed into a eukaryote. a cell takes in DNA from outside the cell. foreign DNA is inserted into a plasmid. the chromosome of a bacterium is mutated.
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During transformation: A cell takes in DNA from outside the cell.

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1. To create animals that have the characteristics of both species, some people have bred buffalo and cattle together. This is an example of (1 point)inbreeding. hybridization. genetic engineering. transformation.
Weegy: To create animals that have the characteristics of both species, some people have bred buffalo and cattle together. This is an example of hybridization. (More)
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3. During transformation, (1 point)a prokaryote is changed into a eukaryote. a cell takes in DNA from outside the cell. foreign DNA is inserted into a plasmid. the chromosome of a bacterium is mutated.
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During transformation: A cell takes in DNA from outside the cell.

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3. Rationalism is the belief that (1 point) the human mind is divine. matter matters. the human mind is perfect. reason is the chief source of knowledge.
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Rationalism is the belief that reason is the chief source of knowledge.
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5. Francis Bacon, an English philosopher, believed scientists should (1 point)use inductive reasoning. rely solely on the Bible. leave nature alone. use chance to study nature.
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Francis Bacon, an English philosopher, believed scientists should use inductive reasoning.
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