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Fungi, like the one that causes Athlete's Foot, are considered A. photoautotrophs. B. saprobic. C. heterotrophs. D. chemoautotrophs
Weegy: D. chemoautotrophs (More)
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What is the function of the root cap? A. extra-absorbent cells in the root cap absorb more water and nutrients B. protect the meristematic area of the stem C. contains sensors for sunlight D. increases surface area of the root
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B. is the answer. The root cap's function is to protect the apical meristem as the root moves through the ground during growth. Read more:
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The purple cell in the diagram is a choanocyte from the sponge. It is involved in A. sponge feeding. B. sponge reproduction. C. waste removal. D. all of the above
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The answer would be D. all of the above.
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C. the gut of a pseudocoelomate is surrounded by the body cavity, and the gut of a coelomate is surrounded by the mesoderm.
Weegy: C. the gut of a pseudocoelomate is surrounded by the body cavity, and the gut of a coelomate is surrounded by the mesoderm. (More)
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Which of the following mollusks is considered a gastropod? A. snails B. octopi C. clams D. squids User: Where will you find bones in a cartilaginous fish? A. in the fins B. there are no bones C. in the jaw D. in the body of the fish
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Snails are considered a gastropod.
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There are no bones in cartilaginous fish.
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