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Q: 2. What might people do to prevent the development of more superbugs? (1 point)They should use antibiotics only when necessary. They should develop stronger antibiotics and use them often. They
should use stronger disinfectants. They should not get vaccinated.
A: : What might people do to prevent the development of more superbugs? (1 point)They should use antibiotics only when necessary.
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User: 2. What might people do to prevent the development of more superbugs? (1 point)They should use antibiotics only when necessary. They should develop stronger antibiotics and use them often. They should use stronger disinfectants. They should not get vaccinated.

Weegy: : What might people do to prevent the development of more superbugs? (1 point)They should use antibiotics only when necessary.
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User: 3. Living on land required that plants (1 point)evolve photosynthetic pigments. conserve water. exchange gases. have cell walls.

Weegy: Living on land required that plants The answer is conserve water.
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User: 4. How have the sporophyte and gametophyte changed as plants have evolved? (1 point)More recently evolved plants are mostly haploid gametophytes. The sporophyte has become larger, but the gametophyte has not changed. Many more recently evolved plants no longer have a sporophyte. The gametophyte has become smaller, and the sporophyte has become larger

Weegy: How have the sporophyte and gametophyte changed as plants have evolved? D. The gametophyte has become smaller, and the sporophyte has become larger.
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