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The first species that colonizes new or undisturbed land is called a _______ species. A. predecessor B. pioneer C. primary D. premier
The first species that colonizes new or undisturbed land is called a B. pioneer species.
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User: The first species that colonizes new or undisturbed land is called a _______ species. A. predecessor B. pioneer C. primary D. premier

Weegy: The first species that colonizes new or undisturbed land is called a B. pioneer species.
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User: Which of the following is not one of the "5Rs"? A. Recycle B. Reduce C. Reinvent D. Rethink

Weegy: C. Reinvent is not one of the "5Rs".
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User: Which biome has been most impacted by logging? A. Temperate rain forest B. Grassland C. Taiga D. Tundra

Weegy: A. Temperate forest is the biome most impacted by logging.
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User: The end result of aquatic succession is which of the following? A. The body of water disappears and the area becomes land. B. New organisms enter the body of water. C. The body of water reaches its carrying capacity. D. The body of water becomes polluted.

Weegy: The end result of aquatic succession is A. The body of water disappears and the area becomes land.
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User: A long-term relationship between two species that usually involves an exchange of food or energy is A. competition. B. niche. C. predation. D. symbiosis.

Weegy: A long-term relationship between two species that usually involves an exchange of food or energy is D. symbiosis.
Expert answered|Janet17|Points 4052|

User: Which of the following destroys ozone molecules leading to more harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays reaching Earth's surface? A. Acid rain B. Smog C. Carbon dioxide D. CFCs

Weegy: D. CFCs destroy ozone molecules leading to more harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays reaching Earth's surface.
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User: Which cycle includes bacteria taking gas from the atmosphere and converting it into a material that plants can absorb through root systems? A. The oxygen and carbon dioxide cycle B. The phosphate cycle C. The nitrogen cycle D. The water cycle

Weegy: C. The nitrogen cycle includes bacteria taking gas from the atmosphere and converting it into a material that plants can absorb through root systems.
Expert answered|Janet17|Points 4052|

User: Coal and natural gas are examples of A. renewable resources. B. essential elements. C. nonrenewable resources. D. non-recyclable matter.



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