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AP Biology Multiple Choice Questions
Data that could show competition truly exists in populations.
Observations that variations are common in populations.
Evidence of overproduction in young.
The source of the genetic variation in populations.
Evidence that some forms of life became extinct.
To prove organisms originated in the sea.
To test if biogenesis was real.
To show that underwater volcanoes were responsible for the creation of early Earth.
To test the abiotic origins of life.
To show that the elements of early Earth were not present early in life.
Anterior circulatory system
Systemic circulatory system
Closed circulatory system
Open circulatory system
None of these are correct
Unit of function of the nervous system
Receiver of signals
Junction between the axon of one neuron and the dendrite of the next neuron in a line
A sender of signals between two axons
Switch control feedback
Ion gated transduction
Contribute to the viscosity of the blood
Filter out toxins
K and L
None of the above
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