QUESTION 6 Relative to an ectotherm, advantages (A) and disadvantages (D) for being an endothern indude: OA-low metabolic costs: D-poor ability to exploit resources in cold conditions OA-hghability to exploit resources in cold conditions:D-low metabollic costs OA-bghability to exploit nesounces in cold conditions: D-high metabolic .costs O4-owmecabolic costs: D-high ability to exploit resources in cold conditions o none of the above

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QUESTION 6
Relative to an ectotherm, advantages (A) and disadvantages (D) for being an endothern indude:
OA-low metabolic costs: D-poor ability to exploit resources in cold conditions
OA-hghability to exploit resources in cold conditions:D-low metabollic costs
OA-bghability to exploit nesounces in cold conditions: D-high metabolic .costs
O4-owmecabolic costs: D-high ability to exploit resources in cold conditions
o none of the above
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QUESTION 6 Relative to an ectotherm, advantages (A) and disadvantages (D) for being an endothern indude: OA-low metabolic costs: D-poor ability to exploit resources in cold conditions OA-hghability to exploit resources in cold conditions:D-low metabollic costs OA-bghability to exploit nesounces in cold conditions: D-high metabolic .costs O4-owmecabolic costs: D-high ability to exploit resources in cold conditions o none of the above

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