Part A Look at the pictures below. These images are steps in the process of protein synthesis. Choose the answer that has the correct order needed to make a protein.
Part B Drag the label for each step, listed below, into the correct box
DNA double helix
Use the information and the graphs to answer questions 7 through 8.
Scientists further found that there were genetic distinctions among A. schaueriana plants near salt marsh
and riverside habitats but none among L. racemosa near the same habitats. Scientists speculate genetic
drift and gene flow influence the genetic variations of the ecosystems within the two habitats.
Select the correct answer. As part of the study, scientists measured the number and length of roots among the two mangrove species mentioned. What can the scientists conclude about root diversity among the mangroves?
Genetic drift and gene flow influence genetic variations of ecosystems within the two habitats.
Genetic drift occurred only with L. racemose.
Gene flow does not play a part in root diversity.
Root diversity occurs only as a mechanism of tropism.
Select the correct answer from the dropdown menu to complete the sentence.
Genetic drift is one method of speciation influencing the diversity of mangrove roots. L. racemosa roots are similar between salt marsh and riverside habitats because of
Use your scientific knowledge and the diagram to answer the question. Drag the correct answer into each box to show the processes of photosynthesis.
Light dependent reactions
Use the graph and your scientific knowledge to answer the question. Select the correct answer to complete the sentence. From 2006 to 2012, –
The elk population became extinct.
The elk population increased and the wolf population was out of control.
The wolf population leveled out as the elk population leveled out.
The wolf population increased as the elk population decreased.
Select the correct answer. Which organism in the food chain has the greatest amount of energy available to it?
A botanist crossed a yellow (YY) orchid flower with a blue (BB) orchid flower. The resulting offspring had green (YB) flowers. The green flowers were crossed as show in the Punnett square below.
Drag the correct genotype of the F2 generation into each box to complete the Punnett square.
Select the correct answer from each dropdown menu to complete the sentence to indicate the expected percentage of offspring with each phenotype resulting from the cross shown in the Punnett square. The expected phenotype percentages of offspring are