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Q: 4. Which one of the following phrases describes many countries within Asia and Africa? A. MDCs experiencing slow population growth B. LDCs experiencing rapid population growth C. MDCs
experiencing rapid population growth D. LDCs experiencing slow population growth
A: Which one of the following phrases describes many countries within Asia and Africa d:) LDCs experiencing slow population growth
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User: 4. Which one of the following phrases describes many countries within Asia and Africa? A. MDCs experiencing slow population growth B. LDCs experiencing rapid population growth C. MDCs experiencing rapid population growth D. LDCs experiencing slow population growth

Weegy: Which one of the following phrases describes many countries within Asia and Africa d:) LDCs experiencing slow population growth
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User: 5. Which of the following examples of an ecological study involves the ecosystem level of organization? A. The effects of human activities on biogeochemical cycling B. The effects of a disease on population size C. The effects of an invasive plant species on bird nesting sites D. The effects of competition on survival

Weegy: 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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User: 6. Modern fishing practices threaten biodiversity mainly through the A. physical destruction of marine habitats. B. chemical poisoning of the water. C. accidental capture of unwanted species. D. removal of community food supplies.

Weegy: Modern fishing practices threaten biodiversity mainly through the D. physical destruction of marine habitats. [ ]
experto|Points 456|

User: 7. Which one of the following interspecies relationships has a negative effect on both species? A. Commensalism B. Parasitism C. Competition D. Predation

Weegy: A. Competition: an interspecies relationships has a negative effect on both species. Competition (-. -): Plants are competing for the same resource decreasing the to total fitness and/ orgrowth of both species.
matahari|Points 2291|

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