Question : or i can say it like this.......... do hydra have tissues and organs and do algae have organs and tissues?????????
Answer : Q.1) Is it correct to say that tissues exist in algae?
Ans. 1 ) Algae is a general term . Higher level algae such as kelp and others do have tissues.
click on the link below to see kelp ( Marine algae )=
In algae there are also organs ; mainly reproductive organs .
click on the link below to ses such organs in Chara ( An alga )
Q.2 ) Is it correct to say that tissues exist in hydra ?
Ans. 2 ) Yes . Hydra is a multicellular animal ( Tissue is a collection of cells ) so it has tissue .
click on the link below to see a labeled diagram
Hydra has reproductive organs =
In human being all are present .
Question : The fitness has to eb in terms of biology..... Please help ASAP
Answer : While I agree with Andy that this is a vague question, I have to disagree with his sentence:
'Human beings have evolved to be sexually reproducing organisms. '
That's a bit like saying that 'human beings have evolved to be vertebrates' or 'human beings have evolved to be multicellular organisms.'
In other words, the wording implies that humans were once asexually reproducing, but then 'evolved to be sexually reproducing' ... which is of course, quite incorrect. (I am sure Andy did not mean to imply that ... but since this question is already confused enough by imprecise language, we need to be extra precise with the language of our answers.)
Human beings come from a long, long, long line of sexually reproducing organisms. Sexual reproduction came before the arrival of the vertebrates 500 million years ago. Sexual reproduction even came before multicellularity 1 billion years ago.
So the wording of the question is bizarre. The male and female reproductive syste..
Question : A.) A type of reproduction in which the number of chromosomes are reduced 50% to allow for
transmission of the genes to offspring.
B.) Growth, replacing of old cells, asexual reproduction.
C.) Cellular Reproduction, regeneration of the individual organism.
D.) One diploid cell; two diploid cells.
E.) Human, animals, plants.
F.)Sexual Reproduction, Seeds.
G.) A process of asexual reproduction in which the cell divides in two producing a replica with
an equal number of chromos..
Answer : is this h.w.? or something for school b/c trust me it would help you in the long run to do it yourself