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Explain the hierarchy of the Buying Line and the responsibilities at each level.
Weegy: A corporate hierarchy structure is the design of ranking within a corporation. All companies design their hierarchy structure differently, according to the exact needs of that company. [ Corporate hierarchy structures contain multiple levels. ] (More)
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At the beginning of "Checkouts", why is the girl unhappy?
Weegy: Della was unhappy because it was the day before Christmas and she had no money. She wanted to buy gifts for her family but couldn't. (More)
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17) What is the first step in conducting an experiment? A. Specify the level(s) of the treatment B. Choose the experimental design C. Control the experimental environment D. Select relevant variables
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Select relevant variables is the first step in conducting an experiment.

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write paragraph of about 150 words on gadges .
Weegy: There are no essays on gadges. Please select another topic. Thank you. (More)
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How do other learning styles affect the learning environment?
Weegy: by understanding learning styles, you can learn to create an environment in which everyone can learn from you (More)
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"The Minister's Black Veil" is a parable mainly because Answer a. The characters and setting in the story are fictitious. b. It is based on a famous story from the Bible. c. It is up to the reader to draw a moral from the story. d. The lesson in the story is plainly stated at the end.
Weegy: "The Minister's Black Veil" is a parable mainly because it is up to the reader to draw a moral from the story. User: After permanently adopting the black veil, Hooper Answer a. Ignores his responsibilities as a minister b. Frequently weeps and flies into rages c. Accuses his congregation of terrible sins d. Tends his congregation with usual care (More)
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26) Which of the following best describes the role of social responsibility in marketing?
Weegy: Obligation to improve positive effects and reduce negative effects on society. This seems to be the most compelling argument for social responsibility in marketing. (More)
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Asked 11/26/2012 11:02:24 PM
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How many pounds of carbon would be found in a 110-pound human body?
Weegy: It will also depend on your height. (More)
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Does bayero university accept nabteb and neco as combination? User: Does buk accept nabteb?
Weegy: For that information the best thing for you to do is contact the school directly. Thank you for using weegy. (More)
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Which state was NOT mentioned in John Naisbitt's predictions about the economic future of the United States? A. Ohio B. Texas C. Florida D. California
Weegy: D. California was not mentioned in John Naisbitt's predictions about the economic future of the United States. (More)
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hw does bacteriophage contribute gene to its host genome
Weegy: Transduction is another method for transferring genes from one bacterium to another; this time the transfer is mediated by bacteriophages (bacterial viruses, also called phages). [ A bacteriophage infection starts when the virus injects its DNA into a bacterial cell. The bacteriophage DNA may then direct the synthesis of new viral components assembled in the bacterium. Bacteriophage DNA is replicated and then packaged within the phage particles. Early in the infective cycle the phage encodes an enzyme that degrades the DNA of the host cell. Some of these fragments of bacterial DNA are packaged within the bacteriophage particles, taking the place of phage DNA. The phage can then break open (lyse) the cell. When released from the infected cell, a phage that contains bacterial genes can continue to infect a new bacterial cell, transferring the bacterial genes. Sometimes genes transferred in this manner become integrated into the genome of their new bacterial host by homologous recombination. Such transduced bacteria are not lysed because they do not contain adequate phage DNA for viral synthesis. Transduction occurs in a wide variety of bacteria and is a common mechanism of gene transfer. Some bacteriophages contribute to the virulence of bacterial infections. Certain phages can enter an alternate life cycle called lysogeny. In this cycle, all the virus's DNA becomes integrated into the genome of the host bacterium. The integrated phage, called a prophage, can confer new properties to the bacterium. For example, strains of Corynebacterium diptheriae, which have undergone lysogenic conversion, synthesize the toxin in diphtheria that damages human cells. Clostridium botulinum and Streptococcus pyogenes, when lysogenized by certain phages, also manufacture toxins responsible for illness, causing botulism and scarlet fever respectively. Strains lacking the prophage do not produce the damaging toxins. Conjugation is another means of gene transfer in many species ... (More)
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Which of the following statements is not true of long term loans? A. Companies may borrow long term from a bank, insurance co., pension fund, or another financial institution. B. Most long term loans are secured with collateral. C. They are used more by government and non profit organizations than by business. D. Most long term loans have a higher interest rate than short term loans.
Weegy: D. Most long term loans have a lower rate of interest, but because of the longer period you end up paying more. Example - personal loan v. mortgage. A personal loan is over a shorter period and the interest rate could be 10% or substantially higher. [ A mortgage is typically over 25 or 30 years, and the interest rate may be 5% or even lower. ] (More)
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_______ are some of the oldest financial institutions in the U.S. and are similar to savings and loans institutions. A: commercial banks, B: credit unions, C: mutual savings banks, D: county banks
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Mutual savings banks are some of the oldest financial institutions in the U.S. and are similar to savings and loans institutions.
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All of the following are ways to be good stewards of God’s resources except _____. A)recycling nonrenewable resources, such as metals and plastics B)conserving water, while washing or shaving C)using plastic, rather than paper grocery bags D)planning one trip to the mall, rather than two
Weegy: Using plastic, rather than paper grocery bags is NOT a way to be good stewards of God’s resources; answer is letter C. [wink] (More)
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hw does bacteriophage contribute gene to its host genome
Weegy: Bacteria possess several methods for lateral gene transfer (also called horizontal gene transfer), the transmission of genes between individual cells. [ These mechanisms not only generate new gene assortments, they also help move genes throughout populations and from species to species. The methods include transformation, transduction, and conjugation. Transduction is another method for transferring genes from one bacterium to another; this time the transfer is mediated by bacteriophages (bacterial viruses, also called phages). A bacteriophage infection starts when the virus injects its DNA into a bacterial cell. The bacteriophage DNA may then direct the synthesis of new viral components assembled in the bacterium. Bacteriophage DNA is replicated and then packaged within the phage particles. Early in the infective cycle the phage encodes an enzyme that degrades the DNA of the host cell. Some of these fragments of bacterial DNA are packaged within the bacteriophage particles, taking the place of phage DNA. The phage can then break open (lyse) the cell. When released from the infected cell, a phage that contains bacterial genes can continue to infect a new bacterial cell, transferring the bacterial genes. Sometimes genes transferred in this manner become integrated into the genome of their new bacterial host by homologous recombination. Such transduced bacteria are not lysed because they do not contain adequate phage DNA for viral synthesis. Transduction occurs in a wide variety of bacteria and is a common mechanism of gene transfer. ] (More)
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Which state was NOT mentioned in John Naisbitt's predictions about the economic future of the United States? a. ohio ; b. texas ; c. florida ; d. california
Weegy: California was not mentioned in John Naisbitt's predictions about the economic future of the United States. (More)
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Online education has evolved over the last ten years as much as the cell phone. Given this, what have been some of the major improvements and changes in the digital classroom?
Weegy: The classroom environment is also getting more attention now. Few schools want the neatly arranged rows of computers you can see in the picture above. [ [ Whole class teaching is limited, with much more emphasis on groups, and the need to set each group a different task. With some students using computers and others not, taking the class to a dedicated ICT suite doesn’t really work. ICT has to be integrated into the classroom without taking over the room. Heat and noise matter too. An efficient PC, powerful enough for classroom applications is probably using a minimum of 40-50 watts and generating virtually the same in heat – which is equivalent to the heat from a small child. And older, more typical classroom PCs are using 80-100 watts which is equivalent to a teenager or adult. So a classroom with 20 computers has a minimum of 41 ‘people’ in the room (don’t forget the teacher). Students and teachers also need to talk over the noise from fans and disks. So the classroom ends up hot and noisy – not exactly ideal for a learning environment. ] (More)
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