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Question:I live on Long Island, and Little Shelter in Huntington is where i'm thinking about adopting a puppy. I have been there before when i was little and only adopted a cat. How much is it to adopt a PUPPY from there? Anyone who has adopted from there please tell me. And how much is it to adopt a pure breed from there? Usually its more expensive. Thanks. I want to get a small dog. Does that change the price? And i can't find the prices on their website.

Answers:Well It depends but usually it's around 100-200 but it depends on the size and the breed but it costs money as well because they neutered the dog and gave it shots.

Question:i have to include how each manages the uptake of nutrients and water as well as the excretion of wastes. please help.,

Answers:ANIMALS: -predators are first who, what and how they get away -they will only reside where there is water as water is vital to them to live. - shelter animals are able to adapt as they are able to change their locations for shelter (a plant cant move) -food, well, animals adapt to that as well, if there isnt their first pick they will take seconds. (depends on the species though as some travel others dont) -sexual reproduction is unaffected by land changes thus they are able to continue reproducing PLANTS -they are very dependent on the land as they are immobile - they are not able to adapt easily to climate changes as shelter is not an option -food, will be in the soil and sometimes even with assistance (ie fungi) Reproduction is affected by climate or land changes and that is due to the fact that if they are not able to make seeds or if their seeds are erradicated then they will cease to exist

Question:Lost my text book for biology and i need some help with homework. I need to compare plant cells and animal cells. please say yes or no if the question responds to plant cells or animal cells 1. carbon dioxide is fixed? plant: y / n animal: y / n 2. Glycolysis occurs? plant: y / n animal y / n 3. osmosis occurs? plant: y / n animal y / n 4. Can burst in hypotonic solution? plant: y / n animal: y / n 5. has enzymes? plant: y / n animal: y / n 6. uses chemiosis? plant y / n animal: y / n 7. releases oxygen: plant: y / n animal: y / n 8. has transport proteins in the cell wall: plant: y / n animal: y / n 9. can burst when put into a hypertonic solution? plant y / n animal y/ n 10. glucose can be found in the cytoplasm? plant y / n animal y / n thanks for the help :)

Answers:1. carbon dioxide is fixed? PLANT (in the light-independent reactions of photosynthesis, such as Calvin-Benson cycle) 2. Glycolysis occurs? PLANT and ANIMAL (both plants and animals undergo glycolysis and aerobic respiration) 3. osmosis occurs? PLANT and ANIMAL 4. Can burst in hypotonic solution? ANIMAL (plant cells have rigid cell walls that prevent them from bursting) 5. has enzymes? PLANT and ANIMAL (all cellular life has enzymes) 6. uses chemiosis? PLANT and ANIMAL (plants in light-dependent reactions; animals in mitochondria after ETC) 7. releases oxygen: PLANT (photosystem II splits water molecules, releasing oxygen) 8. has transport proteins in the cell wall: PLANT (animal cells don't have a cell wall) PS: Actually, I'm not positive that plants, although they do have cell walls, have transport proteins in their cell walls. This is the only one I am somewhat unsure of. 9. can burst when put into a hypertonic solution? NEITHER (a hypertonic solution would cause water to flow OUT of their cells, not into their cells) 10. glucose can be found in the cytoplasm? PLANT and ANIMAL (both undergo glycolysis)

Question:...in a deciduous forests biomes? Better yet, would interact in this case be cosidered as adaptation when speaking about biomes?

Answers:Usually, plants take nutrients from the soil and air and use it for fuel for their growth. Animals tap into this cycle by eating plants during this process. A plant species doesn't want to die, so it adapts to make itself harder to eat (thorny, poisonous, hard bark, etc.) and maybe also to take advantage of animal behavior to propogate itself (fruits, nuts, etc.). Animals who can't get easy plant food any more need to adapt too (resistance to poison), and may begin working with the plant to propogate their food source in return for an easy and sometimes exclusive snack or shelter (hummingbirds, etc.). Rarely, plants adapt to the presence of animal food as a booster source of nutrients, especially in nutrient-poor soil (venus fly traps, etc.). Sometimes, plants and animals come to work in such close cooperation that neither would easily survive without the other (honeybees and flowers). Adaption and evolution is the best way to describe the interactions between plants and animals in a systematic sense.

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Seed Plants | Biology | Botany :To purchase this program please visit www.greatpacificmedia.com Segment from the program Kingdom Plantae: Builders of Biomes. DVD Description Our Plant DVD starts by looking at the watery origins of modern land plants before looking at the adaptations that have evolved in plants and enabled them to spread to nearly every corner of the Earth. These adaptations include: roots, which anchor plants and absorb water and nutrients from the soil; vessels, that conduct water and nutrients throughout a plant; lignin, which stiffens and supports plants enabling them to grow taller; pollen, which frees plants from a dependence on water for reproduction; and fruits, which entice animals to unwittingly spread a plants seeds far and wide.

Nonvascular Plants | Biology :To purchase this program please visit www.greatpacificmedia.com Segment from the program Kingdom Plantae: Builders of Biomes. DVD Description Our Plant DVD starts by looking at the watery origins of modern land plants before looking at the adaptations that have evolved in plants and enabled them to spread to nearly every corner of the Earth. These adaptations include: roots, which anchor plants and absorb water and nutrients from the soil; vessels, that conduct water and nutrients throughout a plant; lignin, which stiffens and supports plants enabling them to grow taller; pollen, which frees plants from a dependence on water for reproduction; and fruits, which entice animals to unwittingly spread a plants seeds far and wide.