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Living organisms break down polysaccharides into simple sugars. complex monomers. complex carbohydrates. simple polymers.
Living organisms break down polysaccharides into Simple sugars.
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User: Living organisms break down polysaccharides into simple sugars. complex monomers. complex carbohydrates. simple polymers.

Weegy: Living organisms break down polysaccharides into Simple sugars.
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User: The carbon cycle ensures that carbon is not lost. Which is another important benefit of the carbon cycle? The carbon cycle helps regulate Earth's temperature. The carbon cycle ensures that living things have a continual source of hydrogen. The carbon cycle helps transport nutrients in bodies of water. The carbon cycle ensures that there is a continual supply of water.

Weegy: Thecarbon cycleis the biogeochemical cycle by which carbonis exchanged among the biosphere, pedosphere, geosphere, hydrosphere, and atmosphereof the Earth. [ Along with the nitrogen cycleand the water cycle, the carbon cycle comprises a sequence of events that are key to making the Earth capable of sustaining life; it describes the movement of carbon as it is recycled and reused throughout the biosphere. Theglobal carbon budgetis the balance of the exchanges (incomes and losses) of carbon between the carbon reservoirs or between one specific loop (e.g., atmosphere biosphere) of the carbon cycle. An examination of the carbon budget of a pool or reservoir can provide information about whether the pool or reservoir is functioning as a source or sink for carbon dioxide. The carbon cycle was initially discovered by Joseph Priestleyand Antoine Lavoisier, and popularized by Humphry Davy. [ 1 ] Relevance for the global climate Carbon-based molecules are crucial for life on earth, because it is the main component of biological compounds. Carbon is also a major component of many minerals. Carbon also exists in various forms in the atmosphere. Carbon dioxide(CO2) is partly responsible for the greenhouse effectand is the most important human-contributed greenhouse gas. [ 2 ] In the past two centuries, human activities have seriously altered the global carbon cycle, most significantly in the atmosphere. Although carbon dioxide levels have changed naturally over the past several thousand years, human emissions of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere exceed natural fluctuations. [ 2 ]Changes in the amount of atmospheric CO2are considerably altering weather patterns and indirectly influencing oceanic chemistry. Records from ice cores have shown that, although global temperatures can change without changes in atmospheric CO2levels, CO2levels cannot change significantly without affecting global temperatures. ]
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If the activation energy required for a chemical reaction were reduced, what would happen to the rate of the reaction? The rate would increase. The rate would decrease. The rate would remain the same. The rate would go up and down
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Which is true of a chemical reaction? Reactants come out of a reaction. Energy is always released. Bonds between atoms break and new bonds form. Products go into a reaction.
Weegy: A. Bonds of the reactants are broken, and bonds of the products are formed. User: Which describes how enzymes and substrates are related? The enzyme influences the speed of change from substrate to product. Enzymes are released as substrates in a chemical reaction. An enzyme is a special kind of substrate in a chemical reaction. Substrates combine with enzymes to form reactants. User: Lactase and carbonic anhydrase are examples of what type of substance? substrate reactant product enzyme Weegy: Lactase and carbonic anhydrase are examples of D.enzyme. User: Which statement about enzymes is true? An enzyme functions to increase the rate of a chemical reaction. Enzymes are proteins that function as catalysts in nonliving things. Each enzyme can catalyze many different biochemical reactions.. Enzymes and reactants fit together like a lock and key. Weegy: An Enzyme functions to increase the rate of a chemical reaction is true . (More)
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Protein _____ structure is the three-dimensional arrangement of the backbone atoms in a small region of a polypeptide chain.
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Which reason best explains why carbon is crucial for life? Carbon bonds with hydrogen to form water. Carbon regulates precipitation on Earth. Carbon is the most abundant element in the atmosphere. Carbon bonds contain the energy needed by all living organisms
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A substance that influences the reaction but does not participate in the reaction is a?
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