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Utensils of patients this is the correct answer book answer is given as option c please check out the answers

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The main difference between millennials and Gen z is that millennials include people born around the 1980s and 1990s, while generation z includes people being born during the mid -90's and mid-2000s. Generation z is also branded as generation y. Millennials are the demographic unit which...Read More

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Codominance and incomplete dominance are the two types of dominance in genetics. These two types of processes contain alleles that are not dominant and are not recessive. The difference between them usually shows on the appearances as the carried trait. In incomplete dominance, the traits occur...Read More

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What's the thing in DNA the breaks apart the two strands to help in the coding process of DNA?

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Seals the nicks in the sugar-pthosphate bonds of one of the new dna strands

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Options 3 and 4 are the same- how can one be right and the other wrong?

3. Only female dung beetles roll balls of dung.
4. Only female dung beetles roll balls of dung

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The correct answer to this question is A, Number of times gum is chewed. A controlled variable is also known as a scientific constant. This variable is something in a scientific experiment which says the same and doesn't change throughout the process. Throughout the experiment, there are...Read More

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Ionotropic receptors are transmembrane molecules that can open or close a channel that would allow smaller particles to come in or out of a cell. The name gives this clue, but an “ionotropic” receptor allows ions to travel in and out. They are not always open; they are usually...Read More

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The correct answer to this question is energy loss. As each level is progressed through, the organism on the scale will lose any energy that may have been gained from the previous trophic. Wasted material and life processes are the cause of energy loss. There are seven of them, and MRS GREN is...Read More

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