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Q: Anaerobic photoautotrophs were the first organisms to release oxygen into the early atmosphere. True False
A: False. Cyanobacteria are microbes that live primarily in seawater. They are believed to have been the first organisms on Earth to perform oxygenic photosynthesis. [ In this process, they produce organic carbon, the building blocks of life's molecules, and release oxygen gas (O2). The O2 enters into the seawater, and from there some of it escapes into the atmosphere. Please click "good" if this
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[object Object]User: Cotton, used to make clothes, shoes, blankets, etc., comes from a plant. True False

User: Anaerobic photoautotrophs were the first organisms to release oxygen into the early atmosphere. True False

Weegy: False. Cyanobacteria are microbes that live primarily in seawater. They are believed to have been the first organisms on Earth to perform oxygenic photosynthesis. [ In this process, they produce organic carbon, the building blocks of life's molecules, and release oxygen gas (O2). The O2 enters into the seawater, and from there some of it escapes into the atmosphere. Please click "good" if this helped ]
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User: The science of crop production and improvement is called _____. biology environmental science agronomy vegetative propagation

Weegy: agronomy
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User: Plants with specialized tissues that can transport fluids are _____. vascular nonvascular bryophytes

User: Mosses are _____. bryophytes gymnosperms angiosperms

Weegy: b.gymnosperm
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User: What horticultural method is used most often for vigorous rootstocks that do not produce good quality fruit or flowers? layering cutting grafting

Weegy: The answer is "grafting"
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User: Most _____ are crops like corn, goldenrod, or clover. hydrophytes mesophytes xerophytes

Weegy: Most mesophytes are crops like corn, goldenrod, or clover.
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