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Nucleic acids are composed of monomers called A. ribose. B. base pairs. C. amino acids. D. nucleotides.
The answer is, Nucleotides. Nucleic acids are made of smaller molecules known as "nucleotides".
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User: Which one of the following reactions occurs in the cristae of the mitochondria? A. The electron transport chain B. Glycolysis C. The prep reaction D. The citric acid cycle

User: The two major sets of reactions involved in photosynthesis are A. light reactions and Calvin cycle reactions. B. light reactions and the electron transport chain. C. Calvin cycle reactions and citric acid cycles. D. glycolysis and the citric acid cycle.

User: Nucleic acids are composed of monomers called A. ribose. B. base pairs. C. amino acids. D. nucleotides.

Weegy: The answer is, Nucleotides. Nucleic acids are made of smaller molecules known as "nucleotides".
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User: An insect is able to walk across the surface of a pond without sinking because of the A. polarity of the water molecules. B. adhesion of the insect's feet to the surface of the water. C. surface tension of the water. D. process of evaporation.

Weegy: The answer is: c.surface tension
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Which of the following is an important property of water? A. Water is a good solvent. B. Water lacks cohesive properties. C. Water temperature rises and falls quickly. D. Water easily changes from liquid to gas.
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A. Water is a good solvent.
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A. Always remember how log it takes to boil water, and that will remind you that temperature and property changes do NOT occur quickly or easily for water, so that easily eliminates B and C. And D is wrong because water does have cohesive properties. To know that A is true, think about the oceans and how salt is dissolved in the water.
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