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________ requires a host cell because it cannot make proteins on its own.
A VIRUS requires a host cell because it cannot make proteins on its own.
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hich of the following is an observation made by Darwin that supports his theory of natural selection? A. Insects never produce offspring. B. All organisms that are born survive. C. More organisms are born than can survive. D. Insects produce many offspring but produce few eggs.
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More organisms are born than can survive. -is an observation made by Darwin that supports his theory of natural selection.

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Which two structures are involved in energy production on the cellular level? chloroplasts and mitochondria mitochondria and Golgi bodies Golgi bodies and chloroplasts microtubules and mitochondria
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Genus is the most specific group used to classify organisms.
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elect the correct order of classification from largest to smallest: A. kingdom, family, phylum, class, order, genus, species B. kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, species C. kingdom, class, order, phylum, family, genus, species D. species, genus, family, order, class, phylum, kingdom
Weegy: B.) Kingdom, Phylum, class, Order, family, Genus, Species. User: The first vertebrates on land were A. reptiles. B. fishes. C. amphibians. D. arthropods. User: The pattern of evolution shown in the finches above is known as A. convergent evolution. B. coevolution. C. mass evolution. D. adaptive radiation. Weegy: c. mass evolution User: Development of multicellular organisms probably began with the formation of A. bacteria. B. colonies. C. microspheres. D. oxygen. Weegy: B. colonies. evelopment of multicellular organisms probably began with the formation of colonies. User: Which domain do humans belong to? A. Bacteria B. Archaea C. Eukarya D. none of the above Weegy: Humans belong to EUKARYA domain. User: Which mixture of gases is thought to have made up Earth's early atmosphere? A. methane, oxygen, hydrogen, water vapor B. carbon dioxide, nitrogen, oxygen, ozone C. hydrogen, water vapor, ammonia, methane, carbon dioxide D. ozone, water vapor, carbon dioxide, ammonia Weegy: Hydrogen, water vapor, ammonia, methane, and carbon dioxide mixture of gases is thought to have made up Earth's early atmosphere. User: Many scientists have agreed that the organic molecules needed for life could have formed due to simple chemistry on early Earth. Which organic molecule has been made to form in water in the laboratory? A. proteins B. DNA C. RNA D. amino acids Weegy: Amino acids; by passing an electric arc spark through an artificial ' atmosphere' containing water vapor and nitrogen. User: Which of the following is thought to be engulfed by prokaryotes eventually leading to the development of animal cells? A. mitochondria B. chloroplasts C. aerobic bacteria D. cyanobacteria Weegy: A. cyanobacteria. Cyanobacteria was thought to be engulfed by prokaryotes and eventually leading to the development of plant cells. User: The first animals to live successfully on land ... (More)
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The first animals to live successfully on land were: amphibians.
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what does the fox say
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"What Does the Fox Say" is a humorous song released by the Norwegian comedy duo Ylvis in 2013. Despite its catchy tune and playful lyrics, the song satirizes the various sounds that animals make. It humorously suggests that while most animals have distinct sounds associated with them, the fox's vocalization remains a mystery. The lyrics playfully imagine what the fox might sound like, creating a whimsical and entertaining experience for listeners.
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Foxes make a variety of different sounds including barks, screams, howls, squeals and 'gekkering'.
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