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In which of the following relationships do both species benefit? A. Parasitism B. Competition C. Mutualism D. Commensalism
In MUTUALISM, both species benefit.
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4. Nucleic acids are composed of monomers called A. nucleotides. B. base pairs. C. ribose. D. amino acids.
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14. Which one of the following is an example of a monosaccharide? A. Cellulose B. Glucose C. Sucrose D. Starch
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6. Which of the following is an example of a group of prokaryotic organisms? A. Eukarya B. Fungi C. Archaea D. Protists
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17. Darwin argued that the beak size and shape of Galapagos finch species was related to their A. food source. B. flight pattern. C. time of reproduction. D. body size.
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20. Which one of the following statements presents a condition of the Hardy-Weinberg principle? A. Genetic drift occurs. B. Random mating occurs. C. Mutations are present. D. Gene flow is present.
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