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Q: Which is a characteristic of members of the plant kingdom that distinguishes them from members of the animal kingdom? Storage of energy in chemical bonds Exchange of H2O with the
environment Use of mRNA during protein production Use of chlorophyll for solar-energy transformation Which equipment is most useful when measuring the two environmental changes mentioned above? Barometer and voltmeter Light meter and barometer Voltmeter and ...
A: Plant cells are surrounded by a cellulose cell wall and have chloroplasts where animal cells don't. [ Also they have autotrophic nutrition, which is where they make their own food, whereas animals have heterotrophic nutrition, which is where they have to take in solid food which is broken down into small, simpler solouble molecules which can be absorbed. Plants also undergo photosynthesis. ]
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