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Q: What are cells without true nuclei called? A. eukaryotic cells B. prokaryotic cells C. divided cells D. daughter cells
A: A. Nucleus
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User: What are cells without true nuclei called? A. eukaryotic cells B. prokaryotic cells C. divided cells D. daughter cells

Weegy: A. Nucleus
thewolf010|Points 1160|

User: What is a picture of an organism’s chromosomes lined up in numbered homologous pairs called? A. karyotype. B. autosome. C. multiple allele. D. X-ray

Weegy: What is a picture of an organism's chromosomes lined up in numbered homologous pairs called? A. karyotype. /question/index?
cly00ti|Points 50|

User: Fermentation is a process that occurs in cells and organisms that lack A. oxygen. B. water. C. carbon dioxide. D. pyruvic acid.

Weegy: Fermentation is a process that occurs in cells and organisms that lack A. OXYGEN.
andrewpallarca|Points 23885|

User: A ___ is all of the DNA in an organism, including its genes. A. file B. genome C. sequence D. transgenic

Weegy: A GENOME is all of the DNA in an organism, including its genes.
andrewpallarca|Points 23885|

User: If tall plant is a dominant trait, and short plant is a recessive trait, which of the following situations can produce short plant offspring? A. Any parents that are tall plants B. Both parents are heterozygous tall plants. C. Both parents are homozygous tall plants. D. One parent is homozygous tall plant, and the other is heterozygous tall plant.

Weegy: A. Any parents that are tall plants
Fanboy|Points 2821|

User: During F1 cross, Mendel crossed yellow-seeded pea plants (YY) with green-seeded pea plants (yy), and all the pea plants he got in the F1 generation were yellow-seeded. Which of the following contains the dominant allele in this case? A. Green seeds B. Round seeds C. Wrinkled seeds D. Yellow seeds

Weegy: Yellow seeds seems to be the most logical answer.
nielnaC|Points 140|

User: Which of the following statements regarding mutations is true? A. Most mutations are useful in improving a species. B. Mutations cannot help improve a species. C. Mutations may produce new characteristics in a species. D. Mutations occur only in the genes.

Weegy: Which of the following statements regarding mutations is true? C. Mutations may produce new characteristics in a species
dennis003|Points 1030|

User: The offspring of true-breeding stocks that have been crossed are called A. parents. B. the P generation. C. filis. D. hybrids.

User: Which of the following shows the correct makeup of human chromosomes? A. 22 pairs of autosomes and one pair of sex chromosomes B. 22 pairs of sex chromosomes and one pair of autosomes C. 46 pairs of autosomes and one pair of sex chromosomes D. 46 pairs of sex chromosomes and one pair of autosomes

User: Which of the following shows the correct makeup of human chromosomes? A. 22 pairs of autosomes and one pair of sex chromosomes B. 22 pairs of sex chromosomes and one pair of autosomes C. 46 pairs of autosomes and one pair of sex chromosomes D. 46 pairs of sex chromosomes and one pair of autosomes

User: Sperm and eggs are A. homologous pairs. B. autosomes. C. karyotypes. D. reproductive cells.

Weegy: D. reproductive cells
MrG|Points 4443|

User: The finches that Darwin studied differed in the shape of their beaks. According to Darwin, the finches probably: A. all had a common ancestor B. were born with identical beaks C. were descended from similar birds in Africa D. ate the same diet

Weegy: The answer is (A) ... but the wording implies that Darwin *concluded* common ancestry from the differences in their beaks ... which would be totally illogical. Darwin concluded common ancestry from other information not contained in the question ... [ like the geography of the islands relative to the mainland of South America, and the birds he found on the mainland, and the unique match of bird-beak to the vegetation on each island, and the records he kept of which finches were found on each island. This "teaching by multiple choice" is just a HORRIBLE way to get completely confused. ]
shiela098|Points 205|

User: DNA is the molecule of A. heredity. B. energy. C. photosynthesis. D. starch production.

Weegy: DNA is the molecule of heredity.
jeifunk|Points 9995|

User: From whom do colorblind males inherit the genes for colorblindness? A. Father B. Mother C. Both father and mother D. Either father or mother

Weegy: Males inherit the genes for colorblindness from B. Mother.
debnjerry|Points 48989|

User: During the light-independent reactions of photosynthesis energy from ATP and NADPH are converted into A. proteins. B. carbohydrates (simple sugars). C. PGA molecules. D. lipids.

User: Which of the following is NOT true of chromosomal mutations? A. Chromosomal mutations may change the number of copies of a gene. B. Some chromosomal mutations take place during meiosis. C. Chromosomal mutations shift the reading frame of the codons. D. Chromosomal mutations may change the location of a gene on a chromosome.

Weegy: NOT true of chromosomal mutations:A. Chromosomal mutations may change the number of copies of a gene.
juanlig|Points 30|

User: A colorblind human male carries A. a dominant allele for colorblindness on the Y chromosome. B. a recessive allele for colorblindness on the Y chromosome. C. a dominant allele for colorblindness on the X chromosome. D. a recessive allele for colorblindness on the X chromosome.

User: Each of more than 100 known restriction enzymes can cut DNA at specific sequences of A. nucleotides. B. chromosomes. C. proteins. D. chromatin.

Weegy: Hello, the answer is letter A. nucleotides. Nucleotides are the basic monomer building block units in the nucleic acids. A nucleotide consists of a phosphate, pentose sugar, and a heterocyclic amine.
R_Fermo|Points 95|

User: Every living cell needs __________ to stay alive. A. fresh air B. sunlight C. energy D. vitamin D

Weegy: A. fresh air
MrG|Points 4443|

User: A steady supply of _________ is needed throughout the body in order for electrons to be accepted at the end of the electron transport chain. A. oxygen B. carbon dioxide C. mitochondria D. water

Weegy: A. oxygen
Sting|Points 4529|

User: The carbon dioxide that we exhale is produced by what process? A. Calvin cycle B. Glycolysis C. Krebs cycle D. Photosynthesis

Weegy: The answer is letter D. Calvin cycle
ladygray|Points 350|

User: A unicellular organism, like a bacterium, is made up of ______. A. a single cell. B. two individual cells that joined to produce the unicell. C. multiple cells. D. none of the above.

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