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discuss the leaf modifications of poison ivy and squash plants that are designed to prevent organisms from touching or eating their leaves
Pro/anti What to understand key arguments on both sides of the debate. Whether the act is fair and works or whether it should be repealed. Thanks
In my up coming exams one question is about CITES. I wa sjust puyting this out there to see if anyone could tell me, (1) whether it is working (pros)? (2) the implications/ how it is failing? (3) people's opinions or any good research articles/journals Thanks in advance
Animal cells, including those of humans, are eukaryotic cells. Explain the link between mitochondria in muscle cells and rough endoplasmic reticulum in enzyme secreting cells from salivary glands. The cells in tadpole tails are specialised and contain many more lysosomes compared to its other cells. Describe he production of lysosomes and suggest how this adaptation allows a tadople's tail to be absorbed as it changes into a frog. Animals tend to be multicellular organisms. Give the levels of organisation responsible for creating organisms.
I am studying animal/wildlife conservation. I have to come up with a title or idea for a project where I can do some of my own research in the UK and compare with similar research. Could anyone help me out and point me in a certain direction, I have absolutely no idea what area to focus on or what project to do! Any help will be appreciated!!!
I conducted a study and am comparing the results of two sites where I put pitfall traps. One was a sheltered, upturned soil area (here more species were found - a wide range) and one was an open grassy area with not much shelter. Can someone explain different factors that may affect this other than light intensity? ANY HELP APRECIATED!!