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To store strawberries in sugar syrup, Lucy placed them in a jar and covered them with sugar but did not add any water. Do you think syrup will be formed? Justify.
Yes.The higher concentration of sugar on the outside will cause the water from the strawberry to diffuse out resulting in syrup formation.
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User: To store strawberries in sugar syrup, Lucy placed them in a jar and covered them with sugar but did not add any water. Do you think syrup will be formed? Justify.

Weegy: Yes.The higher concentration of sugar on the outside will cause the water from the strawberry to diffuse out resulting in syrup formation.
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User: The three stages of cellular respiration are glycolysis, Krebs cycle, and the electron transport chain. When do cells exhibit all these stages?

User: Ethyl alcohol and carbon dioxide are the end products of

User: Jane is observing a cell under an electron microscope. She identifies an organelle having an outer and an inner membrane. She also notices that the outer membrane is smooth while the inner one is highly folded. Which organelle is Jane observing?

Weegy: The answer is Mitochondria. the inner membrane is actually folded around the inner of the organel, the matrix.
piash|Points 3199|

User: Which type of microscopy is useful for viewing colorless specimens?

User: Amoebas are unicellular organisms, while human beings are multi-cellular and the most intelligent of organisms. However, both are classified as eukaryotes. How will you justify this reasoning?

Weegy: Though unicellular [amoebas] have all the necessary cell organelles and a well-defined nucleus, therefore fulfilling the characteristics of eukaryotes.
Mayang30|Points 768|

User: A cell that has relatively few energy needs would probably have a relatively small number of

User: Globulin is a protein. Which of the following organelles will assist in the synthesis of globulin?

User: chemical reactions proves the fact that the products of photosynthesis are reactants of respiration

Weegy: what are the options?
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User: Which of the following chemical reactions proves the fact that the products of photosynthesis are reactants of respiration? Select one of the options below as your answer: A. Photosynthesis: Respiration: B. Photosynthesis: Respiration: C. Photosynthesis: Respiration:

Weegy: what are the options?
selymi|Points 10346|

User: . Photosynthesis: Respiration: B. Photosynthesis: Respiration: C. Photosynthesis: Respiration:

Weegy: Photosynthesis involves the making of food by taking in CO2 whereas respiration gives energy for the plant and plants take in O2 during respiration and CO2 during photosynthesis. [ The photosynthetic assimilation of carbon-14 from the external medium by unicellular algae appears to proceed at a rate which is equivalent to the plants' net photosynthesis (the difference between photosynthesis and respiration). This was demonstrated in experiments in which the assimilation of carbon-14 was compared simultaneously with the evolution of oxygen1, and was most apparent under conditions of low light intensity or nutrient depletion where respiration approached or equalled photo synthesis. For example, at or below the compensation-level no significant uptake of carbon-14 could be detected in 24 hr. despite the occurrence of measurable photosynthesis by oxygen production. ]
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User: The level of carbon dioxide was measured in a garden and on a city road. Where do you think the carbon dioxide level will be higher and why?

Weegy: )The carbon dioxide level in the city will be higher because the exhaust gases from vechicles release carbon dioxide and there are not many trees to utilize it.
Expert answered|jeifunk|Points 9429|

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