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Mutations can affect behavior. True False
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Mutations can affect behavior. TRUE.
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An example of cats communicating with their environment is that most of the time, cats will _____ if they are enjoying something. hiss meow purr arch their backs
Weegy: An example of cats communicating with their environment is that most of the time, cats will PURR if they are enjoying something. User: Clownfish live in sea anemones, which protect the fish from predators. The sea anemone isn't harmed and doesn't benefit from this relationship. This is called _____. parasitism commensalism phoresy mutualism Weegy: Clownfish live in sea anemones, which protect the fish from predators. The sea anemone isn't harmed and doesn't benefit from this relationship. This is called COMMENSALISM. In a commensal relationship, one organism receives a benefit while the other is neither benefited or harmed. User: "Behaviors that an animal conducts from birth are fixed and unchangeable." This statement would most likely be made by a(n) _____. ethologist comparative behaviorist Weegy: "Behaviors that an animal conducts from birth are fixed and unchangeable." This statement would most likely be made by an ETHOLOGIST. User: The study of animals' structures, behaviors, functions, and evolution is called _____. ethology zoology biology physiology Weegy:The study of animals' structures, behaviors, functions, and evolution is called ZOOLOGY. User: Which of the following is an abiotic factor in an ecosystem? plants animals sunlight grass Weegy:Sunlight is an abiotic factor in an ecosystem. User: Carrying capacity is _____. the ratio of predators to prey the number of populations in a specific area the number of organisms in a population the number of organisms an ecosystem can support Weegy: In a balanced ecosystem, the predator species keeps the prey species (More)
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Carrying capacity is the number of organisms an ecosystem can support.
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Trade prospered during the period of the Black Death. True False
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Trade prospered during the period of the Black Death. FALSE.
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What was the effect of the invasion of Kuwait by Iraq? increase in oil prices invasion of Iraq the Persian Gulf War
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The Persian Gulf War was the effect of the invasion of Kuwait by Iraq.
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Instead of using a family tree, scientists use a(n) _____ tree to track the evolutionary history of a species. a. inheritance b. evolutionary c. phylogenetic d. Mendelian
Weegy: Instead of using a family tree, scientists use a PHYLOGENETIC tree, which can also be called an evolutionary tree. User: Which of the following is an example of microevolution? Weegy: Microevolution is the changes in allele frequencies that occur over time within a population. This change is due to four different processes: mutation, selection (natural and artificial), gene flow, and genetic drift. User: Which of the following is an example of microevolution? A caterpillar changes form into a butterfly. A population of birds with red feathers slowly changes to having blue feathers. A dinosaur species evolves over time into a bird species. A black cat has kittens with white spots. Weegy: The following is an example of microevolution: A population of birds with red feathers slowly changes to having blue feathers. (More)
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