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Escherichia coli is classified as A. an archaea. B. a bacterium. C. a eukaryote. D. a virus.
Escherichia coli is classified as a bacterium.
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In angiosperms, flowers are adaptations for reproduction. Which of the following does NOT usually describe flowers that are pollinated by animals? A. They are tiny. B. They are brightly colored. C. They produce nectar to attract pollinators. D. They pollinate more efficiently than wind-pollinated plants.
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The following does NOT usually describe flowers that are pollinated by animals: They are tiny.
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