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Factor this expression completely, and, then, place the factors in the proper location on the grid. Place the binomial factor first. 81a^2 36a 4
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Most insects have small holes in the exoskeleton called _____, which open and close to regulate air flow. bronchi alveoli spiracles trachea
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Most insects have small holes in the exoskeleton called spiracles, which open and close to regulate air flow.
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Match the receptor to the place it is most commonly found on an animal's body. 1. chemoreceptors skin 2. mechanoreceptors nose 3. olfactory receptors eyes 4. photoreceptors tongue
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Match the following types of nervous systems with their functions. 1. central controls automatic responses 2. peripheral sensory and motor nerves running to and from the CNS 3. somatic relaxing responses 4. autonomic main interpretation and processing center 5. sympathetic fight-or-flight responses 6. parasympathetic controls voluntary responses
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The main reason that a flock of geese might fly together in V formation in order to avoid capture. True False User: Why does a flock of geese fly in a 'V' formation?
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