14) you are studying the rose-spotted numbat, which lives for one year. in this species there are two types of . type i repel predators, bring food to the young and defend the territory. having one of these increases the reproductive output of the breeders by 0.5 offspring. type i are related to the young of the breeding pair by r-0.4, on average. additionally, the type i can occasionally breed and produce, on average, 0.5 offspring per year. type ii do not breed, however, they are much more effective in providing to the breeders. their , which is also given exclusively to the breeders (to whose young they are also related by r 0.4) results in an increase of 1.5 offspring. which of the following statements is true? a) type ii have greater direct fitness than type i b) type ii have greater inclusive fitness than type i c) breeders with type i have higher fitness than breeders with type ii d) type i have greater indirect fitness than type ii e) type i do not increase the fitness of the breeders they
i believe the answer is c.
in order to urinate your urethral sphincters contract, these are two muscles used to control the exit of urine in the urinary bladder through the urethra.
(i concluded this through light research, this has not been in any of my health classes personally, so i could be incorrect.)
"what controls the release of urine from the bladder?
urethral sphincters. the urethral sphincters are two muscles used to control the exit of urine in the urinary bladder through the urethra. the two muscles are either the male or female external urethral sphincter and the internal urethral sphincter."
"does your bladder contract when you pee?
muscles of micturition: the detrusor and urethral sphincters. micturition, or urination, is the act of emptying the bladder. the detrusor muscle that surrounds the bladder contracts. the internal urethral sphincter relaxes, allowing for urine to pass out of the bladder into the urethra."
glucose, they make glucose via photosynthesis
air conditioning would dehydrate the plants and cause them to wilt, and over time becoming inedible. they water the plants in order to keep them hydrated and still fresh and healthy for consuming.