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What most likely happened to the population of deer in 1963 and 1964? mc024-1.jpg The population increased its death rate. The population exceeded past carrying capacity. The population crashed down to 0. The population steadily increased to get closer to carrying

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The answer is disruptive selection. The allelic frequency of the population shifts to the extreme traits that are being favoured by natural selection as opposed to the intermediate traits.  The variance in the population increases and two species begin to emerge.  Directional selection, on the other, favours one end of the extreme traits. Disruptive selection is a form of sympatric speciation.  

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The answer is D. The centrioles form spindle fibers/microtubules that attack to chromosomes. During Anaphase, the spindle fibers/microtubules pull the chromosomes apart into chromatids and brings them to one side of the cell.
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Surface tension is the property of the surface of a liquid which allows it to resist an external force. It is due to the cohesive nature (stickiness and clumpability) of the water molecules. Since water has a strong surface tension:

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The correct answer is D) a well-supported explanation.
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A theory is a list of statements that are (more or less) proven facts that are strung together to form an explanation for a phenomenon. A theory is assumed or accepted as true until something disproves it. A theory is falsifiable, meaning that something can disprove it at any point in time. But, a good theorist will tweak his or her theory a bit to account for the falsified data.

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Cleaning up these ballast water is one of the most effective ways to stop the new invasive to enter the Great Lakes.

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