Question 89 human height is an example of a polygenic

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Question 89: Human height is an example of a polygenic trait. Type: True or False
Points Awarded: 1.000/1.000 User Answer(s): TRUE
12/11/2020 KHPContent Question 90: Radiation is an example of a mutagen.
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Points Awarded: 1.000/1.000 User Answer(s): TRUE Question 91: The atomic number is the number of protons characterizing an element.
Points Awarded: 1.000/1.000 User Answer(s): TRUE Question 92: Neutrons have a charge of +1.
Points Awarded: 1.000/1.000 User Answer(s): FALSE Question 93: Negative ions form when an electron gains electrons to its outer shell. Type: True or False
Points Awarded: 1.000/1.000 User Answer(s): TRUE Question 94: Solid, liquid, and gas are the three classical states of matter.
12/11/2020 KHPContent TRUE Question 95: An atom of hydrogen-3 has 1 neutron and 2 protons.
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Points Awarded: 1.000/1.000 User Answer(s): FALSE Question 96: A fossil is any evidence of past life.
Points Awarded: 1.000/1.000 User Answer(s): TRUE Question 97: Trace fossils indicate the activity of an organism in the past. Type: True or False
Points Awarded: 1.000/1.000 User Answer(s): TRUE Question 98: The Haleakalā silversword population has recently passed through a genetic bottleneck. Points Awarded: 1.000/1.000 User Answer(s):
12/11/2020 KHPContent Geographic isolation is a premating isolating mechanism.
23/23 Points Awarded: 1.000/1.000 User Answer(s): TRUE
Points Awarded: 1.000/1.000 User Answer(s): TRUE Question 100: Monophyletic groups include the ancestor and all descendant groups.

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