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Which reason BEST explains why antibiotics do not work on viruses? A. Viruses reproduce too quickly. B. Viruses are not living. C. Viruses kill antibiotics. D. Viruses do not have nucleic acids.
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User: Which reason BEST explains why antibiotics do not work on viruses? A. Viruses reproduce too quickly. B. Viruses are not living. C. Viruses kill antibiotics. D. Viruses do not have nucleic acids.

Weegy: "Viruses are not living", BEST explains why antibiotics do not work on viruses.
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User: Which sentence BEST expresses a main idea stated in Mendel's law of segregation? A. Organisms inherit two copies of each gene, but donate only one copy to each gamete. B. Parents each donate two gametes, but only one is inherited by the next generation. C. Organisms inherit more traits from the female parent than from the male. D. Parents each donate four alleles for each gene passed on to the offspring.

Weegy: "Organisms inherit two copies of each gene, but donate only one copy to each gamete" BEST expresses a main idea stated in Mendel's law of segregation.
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User: Which statement BEST describes both DNA and RNA? A. They both contain the base uracil. B. They are both double-stranded. C. They are both polymers composed of nucleotides. D. They both contain a great variety of nucleic bases.





Weegy: "They are both polymers composed of nucleotides" BEST describes both DNA and RNA.

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