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4. Prokaryotes that break down dead organisms and wastes are called (1 point) nodules. nitrogen fixers. producers. decomposers.
Weegy: Prokaryotes that break down dead organisms and wastes are called: DECOMPOSERS. (More)
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5. Many protists alternate between diploid and haploid stages during their life cycle in a process known as (1 point)alteration of generations. conjugation. sexual reproduction. asexual reproduction.
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Many protists alternate between diploid and haploid stages during their life cycle in a process known as alternation of generations.
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2. The tangled mass that makes up the part of a fungus that is below the soil is the (1 point)mushroom. fruiting body. mycelium. chitin.
Weegy: The tangled mass that makes up the part of a fungus that is below the soil is the Mycelium. [ ] User: 3. What structure is missing in the fungal hyphae shown on the right side of Figure 21-5? (1 point)cell walls cross walls nuclei cytoplasm Weegy: The cytoplasm is the part of the cell in which most cellular activities occur such as many metabolic pathways including glycolysis, and processes such as cell division. source: [ ] (More)
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1. During an experiment, a scientist observed prokaryotes that lived near volcanic vents deep in the ocean. The scientist most likely observed (1 point)photoautotrophs. chemoautotrophs. heterotrophs. photoheterotrophs.
Weegy: experiment, a scientist observed prokaryotes that lived near volcanic vents deep in the ocean. The scientist MOST likely observed. a. [ photoautotrophs. ] (More)
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During an experiment, a scientist observed prokaryotes that lived near volcanic vents deep in the ocean. The scientist MOST likely observed Chemoautotrophs.

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