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OpenStudy (anonymous):

Most protistans are autotrophic. heterotrophic. unicellular. prokaryotic. multicellular Most protistans are autotrophic. heterotrophic. unicellular. prokaryotic. multicellular @Biology

OpenStudy (agreene):

unicellular.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

. Despite their tolerance for harsh climates, lichens are particularly intolerant of drought. cold. sunlight. airborne toxic materials. shade.

OpenStudy (turingtest):

shade I think agreene is that right?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

no its sunlight, - pollution

OpenStudy (agreene):

I'm not sure about this one, they tend to be extremely reactive to environmental changes. they have 1 part that is photoreductive, so changes in sunlight (and shade) would be my strongest guess.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

hey are angiosperms the first group of flowers I think so

OpenStudy (turingtest):

yes, angiosperms are in contrast to gymnosperms, which have no flowers

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Stomata are responsible for water escape from the leaves. carbon dioxide entry. mineral absorption. water escape from the leaves and carbon dioxide entry. water escape from the leaves, carbon dioxide entry, and mineral absorption.

OpenStudy (turingtest):

water escape from the leaves and carbon dioxide entry.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Stomata are responsible for water escape from the leaves. carbon dioxide entry. mineral absorption. water escape from the leaves and carbon dioxide entry. water escape from the leaves, carbon dioxide entry, and mineral absorption.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

thanks

OpenStudy (anonymous):

The conifers, such as pines and junipers, are examples of the gymnosperms. angiosperms. bryophytes. lycophytes. none of these

OpenStudy (turingtest):

gymnosperms.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

thanks

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