Categories
Biology

Which of these is NOT an idea formed by Darwin regarding Natural Selection and

Which of these is NOT an idea formed by Darwin regarding Natural Selection and Evolution?
Question 6 options:
Individuals of a population are all the same, and this sameness can be passed down to their offspring
Changes in populations take many generations to occur
Organisms produce many offspring which will increase the chance of survival and the passing down of genes
Individuals that are better suited to survive the environment will live and produce offspring

Categories
Biology

Essay Questions. (Write at least 300 words in two paragraphs for each answer Ple

Essay Questions. (Write at least 300 words in two paragraphs for each answer Please send me answers in 6-7 hours )
Note that turnitin.com is used to check this assignment for plagiarism. That means turnitin will let me know if it was copied for some other source, including other student submissions, other colleges, and the web. Please write in your own words and with your own understanding and interpretation of the material. This assignment is limited to a single submission.
Question #1.
a. From the point of view of evolution and natural selection, what are the benefits to an organism that reproduces asexually?
b. What are the risks of asexual reproduction?
Question #2.
Many complex characteristics in living organisms such as weight, height, or behavior follow a bell-shaped curve.
a. Why is this continuous variation around the mean (bell-shaped curve) so common?
b. What causes this effect?
Question 3: Rotten fruit tastes so bad you couldn’t choke it down if you had to.
a. What is making the fruit taste terrible?
b. Why is it doing that?
Question #4. You are studying inherited traits in a population and you noticed that certain traits such as red hair or twin births occurred in about 10-15% of the population and tended to skip generations.
a. How does this work on a phenotypic and genotypic level?
b. What could be the cause of the low, but persistent, percentages and generation skipping?
Bonus Question:
Which would be potentially worse for an organism, an error made in replicating the DNA in meiosis or an error made replicating the DNA in mitosis? Can you explain your answer?

Categories
Biology

Please send me the answer in 5-6 hours. thank you! uestion #1. a. From the poin

Please send me the answer in 5-6 hours. thank you!
uestion #1.
a. From the point of view of evolution and natural selection, what are the benefits to an organism that reproduces asexually?
b. What are the risks of asexual reproduction?
Question #2.
Many complex characteristics in living organisms such as weight, height, or behavior follow a bell-shaped curve.
a. Why is this continuous variation around the mean (bell-shaped curve) so common?
b. What causes this effect?
Question 3: Rotten fruit tastes so bad you couldn’t choke it down if you had to.
a. What is making the fruit taste terrible?
b. Why is it doing that?
Question #4. You are studying inherited traits in a population and you noticed that certain traits such as red hair or twin births occurred in about 10-15% of the population and tended to skip generations.
a. How does this work on a phenotypic and genotypic level?
b. What could be the cause of the low, but persistent, percentages and generation skipping?
Bonus Question:
Which would be potentially worse for an organism, an error made in replicating the DNA in meiosis or an error made replicating the DNA in mitosis? Can you explain your answer?

Categories
Biology

Essay Questions. (Write at least 300 words in two paragraphs for each answer Ple

Essay Questions. (Write at least 300 words in two paragraphs for each answer Please send me answers in 6-7 hours )
Note that turnitin.com is used to check this assignment for plagiarism. That means turnitin will let me know if it was copied for some other source, including other student submissions, other colleges, and the web. Please write in your own words and with your own understanding and interpretation of the material. This assignment is limited to a single submission.
Question #1.
a. From the point of view of evolution and natural selection, what are the benefits to an organism that reproduces asexually?
b. What are the risks of asexual reproduction?
Question #2.
Many complex characteristics in living organisms such as weight, height, or behavior follow a bell-shaped curve.
a. Why is this continuous variation around the mean (bell-shaped curve) so common?
b. What causes this effect?
Question 3: Rotten fruit tastes so bad you couldn’t choke it down if you had to.
a. What is making the fruit taste terrible?
b. Why is it doing that?
Question #4. You are studying inherited traits in a population and you noticed that certain traits such as red hair or twin births occurred in about 10-15% of the population and tended to skip generations.
a. How does this work on a phenotypic and genotypic level?
b. What could be the cause of the low, but persistent, percentages and generation skipping?
Bonus Question:
Which would be potentially worse for an organism, an error made in replicating the DNA in meiosis or an error made replicating the DNA in mitosis? Can you explain your answer?

Categories
Biology

Please send me the answer in 5-6 hours. thank you! uestion #1. a. From the poin

Please send me the answer in 5-6 hours. thank you!
uestion #1.
a. From the point of view of evolution and natural selection, what are the benefits to an organism that reproduces asexually?
b. What are the risks of asexual reproduction?
Question #2.
Many complex characteristics in living organisms such as weight, height, or behavior follow a bell-shaped curve.
a. Why is this continuous variation around the mean (bell-shaped curve) so common?
b. What causes this effect?
Question 3: Rotten fruit tastes so bad you couldn’t choke it down if you had to.
a. What is making the fruit taste terrible?
b. Why is it doing that?
Question #4. You are studying inherited traits in a population and you noticed that certain traits such as red hair or twin births occurred in about 10-15% of the population and tended to skip generations.
a. How does this work on a phenotypic and genotypic level?
b. What could be the cause of the low, but persistent, percentages and generation skipping?
Bonus Question:
Which would be potentially worse for an organism, an error made in replicating the DNA in meiosis or an error made replicating the DNA in mitosis? Can you explain your answer?

Categories
Biology

Which of these is NOT an idea formed by Darwin regarding Natural Selection and

Which of these is NOT an idea formed by Darwin regarding Natural Selection and Evolution?
Question 6 options:
Individuals of a population are all the same, and this sameness can be passed down to their offspring
Changes in populations take many generations to occur
Organisms produce many offspring which will increase the chance of survival and the passing down of genes
Individuals that are better suited to survive the environment will live and produce offspring

Categories
Biology

I need help writing 4-5 pages lab report Please see the attachment I will send

I need help writing 4-5 pages lab report
Please see the attachment
I will send an example of another student’s work (Don’t copy from it) Just re write it in your own words.

Categories
Biology

Hi anyone are good in Animal a ecology science Can help me with my exam please t

Hi anyone are good in Animal a ecology science Can help me with my exam please text me whatsapp 8143237349

Categories
Biology

I need help writing 4-5 pages lab report Please see the attachment I will send

I need help writing 4-5 pages lab report
Please see the attachment
I will send an example of another student’s work (Don’t copy from it) Just re write it in your own words.

Categories
Biology

Here’s the rubric and the lab sheet I am doing the lab report on. PLEASE IGNORE

Here’s the rubric and the lab sheet I am doing the lab report on.
PLEASE IGNORE THE ‘RESULTS’ PORTION OF THE INSTRUCTIONS/RUBRIC. I UNDERSTAND THAT PART MAY BE DIFFICULT TO DO I WILL HANDLE IT MYSELF. 4
4 page lab report