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The two scientists that gave theories on evolution are Darwin and Lamarck. The following explains the difference in their theories: Lamarck's theory of evolution was simply about how organisms (Plants and Animals) experience alterations during their lifetime and then pass these modifications...Read More

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The correct answer is option D
Coevolution is the kind of evolution described above.
Coevolution is a kind of evolution that describes the case where two or more species reciprocally affect each other’s evolution. Coevolution is common among species that have close ecological...
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Alleles are basically the individual forms of a gene from your mother and father. You have two strands of DNA. One from your mother and the other from your father. Both have corresponding genes at corresponding lengths along the strands. However, each gene has two information sources, the...Read More

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Pea crabs are small pea-size crustaceans that hang on to the larger oysters and mussels as a form of stabilization selection. You see, alone they may not be able to survive. However, with a strong host, these lucky crabs have a chance of continuing their life and producing offspring. It becomes...Read More

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The scientific name for a segmented worm is annelid. This is actually a phylum of worms - all segmented or ringed on their bodies. It includes animals like leeches, ringworms, and earthworms. Each segmented part contains the same organs. These could be a heart, lungs, stomach, etc. Anything...Read More

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The correct answer to this question is A, Hydrogen. Fusion is a nuclear process. Energy is made during this process, but the smashing together of atoms. Fusion uses stars, such as the sun, to produce heat and light. On Earth, fusion occurs by combining tritium and deuterium, which are two...Read More

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