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1. What do Genes Do?

  • Estimate the development of different characteristics e.g Hair Colour
  • Control the development of different characteristics e.g Hair Colour
  • Control different characteristics e.g Hair Colour
  • Change the development of different characteristics e.g Hair Colour
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2. How do plants and animals deter predators?

  • Some plants and animals have expandable shells, others produces poisons, some have warning colours
  • Some plants and animals have armor, others produces food, some have warning colours
  • Some plants and animals have armor, others produces poisons, some have warning colours
  • Some plants and animals have shielding, others produces poisons, some have warning colours

3. What do lichen do?

  • Lichen measure the concentration of pollutants in the atmosphere. If the air is clean there is lots of lichen
  • Lichen measure the concentration of sulfur dioxide in the atmosphere. If the air is dirty there is lots of lichen
  • Lichen measure the concentration of sulfur dioxide in the atmosphere. If the air is clean there is lots of lichen
  • Lichen measure the concentration of sulfur dioxide in the atmosphere. If the air is clean there isn't much lichen

4. What are non living indicators, can you give an example?

  • An example of a non living indicator is a thermometer, which measures the temperature of the sea surface.
  • An example of a non living indicator is a satellite, which measures the amount of rainfall
  • An example of a non living indicator is a satellite, which measures the temperature of the sea surface.
  • An example of a non living indicator is a lichen, which measures the temperature of the sea surface.

5. What elements do plants take in from the soil or air?

  • Carbon, oxygen, nitrogen and sulfur
  • Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide, H2O and Nitrogen
  • Carbon, oxygen, nitrogen and hydrogen
  • Earth, fire, wind and water

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