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Which kind of molecule gives a cell membrane its fluidity? carbohydrates phospholipids proteins nucleic acids
Weegy: phospholipids gives a cell membrane its fluidity. User: The ___ is the membrane-enclosed structure in eukaryotic cells that contains the DNA of the cell. chloroplast mitochondrion nucleolus nucleus Weegy: The 'nucleus' is the membrane-enclosed structure in eukaryotic cells that contains the DNA of the cell. User: Which of these is an area in the nucleus where ribosome parts are constructed? centriole Golgi complex mitochondrion nucleolus Weegy: The answer is nucleolus. User: Which of these features is not found in all cells? nucleus DNA cell membrane ribosomes Weegy: It is: nucleus User: What is the function of ribosomes? They convert energy locked in sugars. They store water, ions, nutrients, and wastes. They are sites of protein synthesis. They transport protein blueprints to other parts of the cell. Weegy: They are sites of protein synthesis. /'Ribosomes are particles composed of protein and ribonucleic acid (RNA) that serve as the site of protein synthesis.' (More)
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The powerhouse of the cell is a term referring to which of these structures? chloroplast endoplasmic reticulum mitochondrion Golgi complex
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The principle of biological succession was developed by: Charles Darwin James Hutton Charles Lyell William "Strata" Smith
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