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All of the following are examples of density-dependent limiting factors except A. competition. B. predators. C. overcrowding. D. hurricanes.
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User: All of the following are examples of density-dependent limiting factors except A. competition. B. predators. C. overcrowding. D. hurricanes.

Weegy: All of the following are examples of density-dependent limiting factors except hurricanes.
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User: As a group, living things must be able to do all of the following except A. remain without change over time. B. obtain and use energy. C. grow and develop. D. respond to their environment.

Weegy: As a group, living things must be able to do all of the following except remain without change over time.
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User: An open-minded scientist does all of the following except A. hold on to his or her beliefs even if there is no evidence for those beliefs. B. think creatively to design experiments. C. ask questions about observations. D. question existing ideas

Weegy: An open-minded scientist does all of the following except hold on to his or her beliefs even if there is no evidence for those beliefs.
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User: Which of the following does not accurately depict a scientific theory? A. Theories are tested over and over again. B. Theories may be changed or replaced if new evidence is found. C. Theories are absolute truths. D. Theories are supported in many ways.

Weegy: Theories are absolute truths, does not accurately depict a scientific theory.
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User: All of the following would result in a change in population size except A. equal birth and death rates. B. immigration of individuals into the population range. C. the death rate exceeding the birth rate. D. emigration of individuals out of the population range.

Weegy: All of the following would result in a change in population size except equal birth and death rates.
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User: Which of the following is not a part of the peer review process or its result? A. Making sure that a piece of work is correct and includes bias B. Ensuring that work meets the standards of the scientific community C. Enabling scientists to review each other's work in publications D. Allowing scientists to share ideas through published work

Weegy: Making sure that a piece of work is correct and includes bias is not a part of the peer review process or its result.
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User: Which of the following is characteristic of the second stage within a demographic transition? A. The death rate begins to fall, but birth rates remain high for a time. B. The birth rate falls to meet the death rate. C. The birth rate and death rate are equally high. D. The birth rate continues to climb to meet the death rate.

Weegy: The death rate begins to fall, but birth rates remain high for a time. -is characteristic of the second stage within a demographic transition.
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User: What makes the phosphorus cycle different from the carbon cycle? A. Unlike phosphorus, carbon can only be used once, and then the cycle stops. B. Phosphorus is abundant throughout the biosphere, and carbon is not. C. Phosphorus relies on phosphorus-fixing bacteria to make it usable by plants. D. Phosphorus is not abundant in the atmosphere, it comes mostly from the land and ocean.

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Phosphorus is not abundant in the atmosphere, it comes mostly from the land and ocean. -is what makes the phosphorus cycle different from the carbon cycle.
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