Plants that posses plant organs are called?

Plants that posses plant organs are called?

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  1. The correct answer is option c. "The eyes of owls, the noses of bloodhounds, and the ears of bats could all be considered examples of cephalization (as each of these structures are associated with specialized sensory neurons, specific cranial ganglia and nerves)".

    Explanation:

    Cephalization is a term used to describe the tendency of multiple organisms of developing a head region where the mouth, sense organs and different nerves can be concentrated. Since cephalization involves nerves, sensory neurons and specific cranial ganglia, the term include structures that are attached to the head. For instance, the eyes of owls, the noses of bloodhounds, and the ears of bats are all considered part of cephalization.

  2. Answer/Explanation

    Characteristics of Life Present in Viruses:

    has a defined boundary - viruses are made up simply of genetic material surrounded by a protein capsid and sometimes a lipid membrane

    Characteristics of Life Absent in Viruses:

    made up of one or more cells - one of the main arguments for why viruses are not living is that they are not cellularuses energy  - this is a tricky one. They don't use or produce their own energy. However, in order to reproduce they do hijack the host cells and steal energy from them in order to reproduce exhibits growth and development - although viruses do reproduce, the individual viral particles do not exhibit growth or development possess internal organisation - other than the fact they ahve genetic material, the inside of a virus does not contain internal organization like a cytosol, instead conssiting of the bare minimum amount of proteins to surviveeliminates waste - since they do not have their own metabolism, they have no waste to eliminate

  3. Viruses are the biological, infective agents which reproduce inside the body of the host. they have a definite boundary around them separating their genetic material from the surroundings.

    The viruses display made up of the core of the genetic material, that is the DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid), or the RNA (Ribonucleic acid). They are not made up of the cells.

    The viruses never exhibits the signs of growth and development, and there is no internal organization in the viruses as there are no organs present.

    Since, they never grow or have metabolic process, they have no need to eliminate waste either.

  4. Plant Organ Systems

    Explanation:

    Vascular plants have two distinct organ systems: a shoot system and a root system. The shoot system consists of two portions: the vegetative (non-reproductive) parts of the plant, such as the leaves and the stems; and the reproductive parts of the plant, which include flowers and fruits.

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  6. made up of one or more cells has a defined boundary uses energy exhibits growth and development possesses internal ...

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  7. Segregation.

    Explanation:

    Segregation is a mechanism that arises in both mitosis and meiosis and consists of the separation of two sister chromatids or two homologous chromosomes that then proceed to migrate to the opposite sides of the cell. During Metaphase I, the homologous pairs are located in the equatorial plane and have their respective kinetochores attached to the microtubules that later will shorten to take each chromosome to a pole.

  8. Characters displayed by virus -1. has a defined boundary

    Characters not displayed by virus-1. made up of one or more cells

                                                   2. uses energy

                                                   3. exhibits growth and development processes

                                                   4.  internal organization

                                                   5. eliminates waste

    Virus is a biological agent which requires a living host cell to complete its life cycle as they replicate inside a living host.

    Outside the host cells they exist as a capsid or protein coat enclosing the genetic material- DNA or RNA which, codes for the virus elements. They lack cell organelle, cytoplasm and internal organization. so they are not cellular.

    They are metabolically inert that is not able to perform any metabolic functions outside host, so, not use energy and produce any waste.

    Thus, they do not show most of the characters of a cell.

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