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    • From questions 1 and 2 above, the data shows that the mean beak depth for non-survivor is 9.11 mm while that of the survivor medium ground finch is 9.67mm.  This means that on average beak
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    • Hypothesis After soaking the gummy bears in tap water for 24 hours, water molecules will move from the glass into the gummy bears thus making them bigger. Prediction based on the hypothesis Gummi bears are sugars made up of gelatin., this means they have lots of sugar /solute. Water in the glass has low...
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    • The protein expressed by the Mc1r gene in rock pocket mice is important in the normal process of pigmentation. Instructions are provided by the Mc1r gene for making a protein named melanocortin 1 receptor. The primary location of the receptor is on the surface of melanocytes. MC1R is among the most important proteins that regulate the mammalian.....
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    • Part B. Vocabulary Matching: an individual’s observable traits, such as height, eye color, or blood type; outward expression of the genotype- phenotype
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    • A.    The unusual cell feature about the round amoeba Gromia sphaerica. Is that a single cell It can get really big, one and half inches in diameter which can be compared to the size of a large grape. A single cell can also leave behind trails on the dirt due to their big size.
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    • Hypothesis Adding water and foods like table sugar/artificial sweetener reactivates Saccharomyces cerevisiae. After reactivation, the cells become metabolically active and are able to perform cellular respiration thus producing a gas called carbon dioxide which fills the bottle then inflates the balloon. The balloon that will inflate most is the one whose bottle has table sugar.
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