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How many pairs of legs do insects have

Insects have 3 pairs of legs (6)

What do Amoebas use for movement

amoeba uses pseudopodia for movement

What characteristic is used to group the three kinds of eubacteria

shape

Where does a young marsupial develop

Young marsupials develop mainly in the pouch.

There are some species, such as the numbat, which do not develop in a pouch because the female has no pouch. In the case of the numbat, the young cling to the mother's underside, still firmly attached to the teat by their mouth, as the teat swells up in the embryo's mouth.

What are hyphae made of

Hyphae are made of membranes and cytoplasm.

What helps animal sperm cells move so that they can reach an egg

the flagella

Which part of the root contains transport tubes

Roots have radial arrangement of primary vascular bundles surrounded by endodermis, hence the steler region contains the transport tubes.

What is true of flagellates

They can move through water (Gradpoint)

Where are the spore-containing sori of a fern found

The spore containing sori of a fern are usually found on the underside of their leaves. In water ferns the spores are produced inside the sporocarps. (Novanet/Gradpoint, On the underside of a fern frond.)

How do earthworms enrich plant growth

they eat mud and they once again release the mud b vomiting etc

An operculus covers which body part of a bony fish

the gills

What is the source of energy for thermoacidophiles archaebacteria

It's sulfur

Which types of embryos have pharyngeal slits

all chordates - novanet

now all you guys get back to work :D

Which is transported by phloem

phloem is the living tissue that carries organic nutrients (known as photosynthate), in particular, sucrose,[1] a sugar,
Minerals

Which describes most woody stems

hard, stiff and rough.

What is the function of moss's rhizoid

To obtain water.

What contains similar phyla in the linnaeus system

A kingdom contains similar phyla.

What is the process by which animals wind and rain transfer pollen to the pistil of a flower

pollination

Many flowers produce nectar what is a purpose of nectar

to attract birds and insects

Fish in the class chondrichthyes have skeletons of cartilage and powerful jaws which fish do not belong to this group

The only fish that do belong to the group are sharks, rays and chimaeras. All others do not.

What animal shows Bilateral symmetry
What helps fish move up and down in water

my dicktionary

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