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What is it called when newer generations are better suited to an environment than the first generation is?
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What is it called when a new generation is better suited to their environment than the first generation?
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Who songs the song on the Pepsi commercials talking about generations?
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How many generations did the Hebrews live in Canaan?
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What is the generations on a tamagotchi?
Basically the genrations on a Tamagotchi shows how many children your Tamagotchi have before it passes away, as in, Abba has a child called Babba and Babba has a child called Cat. Cat is the third generation of that Tamagotchi. But if your Tamagotchi passes away, the new Tamagotchi is the first generation. The generations of a Tamagotchi can show a rough guide to how well you care for it. The higher the number, the more children and grandchildren and great-grandchildren and so on the orignal Tamagotchi has, and the better you care for your Tamagotchi.
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List the steps involved in Mendel's experiments on garden peas?
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What is the name given to the life cycle of plants which includes a sporophyte generation and a gametophyte generation?
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What is the difference bewtween a second generation iPod touch and thrid generation iPod Touch?
The ipods from last year are all called 'the 3rd generation' in stores. but only the 32 gig and 64 gig are the '3rd generation' the differince: 3rd generations get mic with their headphones, the 3rd generation has a better processor (you can multitask and get a background wallpaper, those features cant be done with ipod touch 2g. the second gen sucks its bulky and doesentg have a mic just get a new ipod.
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Offspring of the P1 generation are called F2 generation?
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What is an American-born Japanese called?
An American born Japanese is called "Nikei America-jin" However, this question could also be referring to generations: Issei = First Generation Japanese, one who has immigrated to another country Nisei = Second Generation Japanese, the child of a Japanese immigrant Sansei= Third Generation Japanese, the grandchild of a Japanese immigrant Yonsei= Fourth Generation Japanese, the great-grandchild of a Japanese immigrant
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What is the process by which a species become better suited to its environment called?
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What are the two stages of plant life?
Plants have what is called an alternation of generations in their life cycle. The two stages are called the sporophyte generation and the gametophyte generation. The sporophyte generation is diploid (has pairs of chromosomes). It produces spores by meiosis (reduction division), so the spores are haploid (contain only one chromosome from each pair). The spores divide by mitosis to produce a multicellular, haploid gametophyte generation. The gametophyte produces gametes (by mitosis) which fuse during fertilization to form a diploid zygote. This then develops into the sporophyte, completing the life cycle. The plants which we call mosses and ferns are the gametophyte generations. However conifers and flowering plants are the sporophyte generation of their life cycle. This is much easier to understand if you see a diagram.
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Two generation of severe inbreeding results in what?