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How could the introduction of a tall, broad-leafed, nonnative plant species reduce the number of short native plants growing in a particular environment? A. The introduced species could cause a decrease in the number of herbivores in the area. B. The introduced species could cause a decrease in the concentration of oxygen in the atmosphere. C. The introduced species could cause an decrease in the amount of food available to the native plants. D. The introduced species could ...
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The introduced tall, broadleaved species could cause a decrease in the amount of sunlight available to the short, native plants.
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BIODIVERSITY is the term which BEST describes the sum total of the different kinds of organisms on Earth.
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What is a thesis statement? A. a sentence that tells your purpose for writing B. a sentence that connects ideas by showing relationships C. a sentence that urges a person to respond to an issue D. a sentence that provides specific details and brief explanations
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Thesis statement is a sentence that tells your purpose for writing
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Why does water tend to sink near Arctic regions? A. It becomes less dense as it gets colder and saltier. B. It becomes denser as it gets colder and saltier. C. It becomes less dense as it gets colder and less salty. D. It becomes denser as it gets colder and less salty.
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Water tends to sink near Arctic regions because: It becomes denser as it gets colder and saltier.
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Salinity refers to what?
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Which of the following would demonstrate an attraction between magnetic poles? A. north pole to a north pole B. south pole to a south pole C. north pole to a south pole
Weegy: Magnetic Pole (Physics / General Physics) either of two regions in a magnet where the magnetic induction is concentrated. Earth Sciences / Physical Geography) either of two variable points on the earth's surface towards which a magnetic needle [ points, where the lines of force of the earth's magnetic field are vertical. ] (More)
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The following would demonstrate an attraction between magnetic poles: north pole to a south pole.
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