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A novel is defined as a A. long story. B. profound tale. C. thick book. D. mystery book.
A novel is defined as a long story.
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Gene mutations can be passed on to future generations and drive natural selection. Choose the best description of how gene mutations are involved in evolution. A. Gene mutations can be helpful, harmful, or neutral for an organism's survival. Only mutations that are helpful in the organism's environment would influence its survival and reproduction. B. Gene mutations can be dominant or recessive for an organism. Dominant genes will be adaptive for future generations, but recessive ...
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Gene mutations can be helpful, harmful, or neutral for an organism's survival. Only mutations that are helpful in the organism's environment would influence its survival and reproduction. -is the best description of how gene mutations are involved in evolution.
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Scientists believe that _______ of species that once existed on Earth are now extinct. A. about three-quarters B. about 40% C. over 99 percent D. nearly half
Weegy: Scientists believe that over 99% of species that once existed on Earth are now extinct. (More)
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One idea of biogeography is that the longer an environment is geographically separated from others, the more distinct its species will be. Which area of the earth would you expect to have the most distinct species? A. Australia B. Western Europe C. Central Asia D. The midwestern United States
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One idea of biogeography is that the longer an environment is geographically separated from others, the more distinct its species will be. Australia would you expect to have the most distinct species.
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