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During transportation, water exits the leaf via the A. Root B. Tracheids C. Stomata D. Mycorrhizal
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User: During transportation, water exits the leaf via the A. Root B. Tracheids C. Stomata D. Mycorrhizal

Weegy: During transpiration, water exits the leaf via the STOMATA.
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User: In plants, the purpose of auxins is to ____? A. Produce phytochrome. B. Bring about apical dominance. C. Cause plant dormancy. D. Regulate abscission.

Weegy: In plants, the purpose of auxins is to A. bring about apical dominance.
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User: Which one of the following components makes up the largest portion of plasma? A. Proteins B. Water C. Salt D. Wastes

Weegy: A. Water makes up the largest portion of plasma. Plasma is a yellowish solution consisting of about 91% water.
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User: What happens when the lungs recoil? A. Ribs and diaphragm muscles contract. B. Expiration occurs C. Internal respiration occurs D. Inspiration occurs

Weegy: What happens when the lungs recoil? A. Ribs and diaphragm muscles contract. B. Expiration occurs. C. Inspiration occurs. D. Internal respiration occurs. Answer: D. Internal respiration occurs.
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User: One job of the kidneys is to A. Produce urea from amino groups and ammonia B. Increase the salt and water balance in the blood C. Regulate the pH of the blood D. Destroy old red blood cells

Weegy: which one job of the kidneys to Answer: B. regulate the pH of the blood
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User: Which of the following best states the purpose of villi? A. Speed up the loss of water from the body B. Increase the synthesis of enzymes C. Increase surface area for purpose of absorption D. Speed up the elimination of wastes

Weegy: C.Increase surface area for purposes of absorption - -best states the purpose of villi.
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User: Which one of the following nutrients is not a source of energy for the body? A. Lipids B. Proteins C. Vitamins D. Carbohydrates

Weegy: D. Vitamins is not a source of energy for the body.
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User: In plants, what type of tissue is responsible for transporting water and nutrients? A. Meristem B. Vascular C. Epidermal D. Ground

Weegy: In plants, what type of tissue is responsible for transporting water and nutrients? C. Vascular.
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