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A hypertonic solution outside of a cell has how much solute compared to the solution inside of a cell? A)no solute A) less solute C)more solute D)the same amount of solute
Weegy: C. more solute User: In addition to water, what would most likely be found in a plant central vacuole? A)toxins B)clorophyll C)food molecules D)damaged organelles Weegy: A. toxins User: The lysosome is formed from A)the cell nucleus B)the cell membrane C)the golgi apparatus D)the endoplasmic reticulum Weegy: The lysosome is formed from the golgi apparatus User: A turgid plant cell would be found in which type of environment A)arid B)isotonic C)hypotonic D)hypertonic Weegy: A turgid plant cell would be found in a hypotonic environment. (More)
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Pinocytosis is an example of A. osmosis. B. simple diffusion. C. active transport. D. facilitated diffusion.
Weegy: No they all are passive transoport. [ Osmosis is the diffusion of water through a semi-permeable membrane, from a solution of low solute concentration (high water potential) to a solution with high solute concentration (low water potential), up a solute concentration gradient. ] (More)
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Pinocytosis is an example of an active transport.
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Which is a function of the plant cell wall? A. It keeps the cell dry. B. It gives the cell its color. C. It prevents the cell from bursting. D. It holds the cell in its proper position.
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One function of the plant cell wall is: It prevents the cell from bursting.
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In addition to water, what would most likely be found in a plant central vacuole? a)toxins b)chlophyll c)food molecules d)damaged organelles
Weegy: B. chlorophyll. In addition to water, chlorophyll most likely be found in a plant central vacuole. (More)
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When animals eat, the food is stored and digested in the stomach or a similar structure. But when a unicellular organism like this paramecium eats, the food is stored in which organelle? A. chloroplast B. mitochondrion C. nucleus D. vacuole
Weegy: D. vacuole User: Which cell structures can be found attached to the endoplasmic reticulum? A. vesicles B. Golgi apparatus C. ribosomes D. nucleus Weegy: C. ribosomes User: Ribosomes are made in the nucleolus. What happens once the ribosome passes into the cytoplasm? A. They pass through the nuclear envelope. B. They may attach to areas of endoplasmic reticulum. C. They copy DNA. D. They sort and distribute proteins to cell organelles. Weegy: the snwer is B. They may attach to areas of endoplasmic reticulum. User: In the cell, part of the Golgi apparatus will pinch off and move away. What is the function of this process? A. to release energy from ATP B. to deliver proteins to other locations in the cell C. to collect amino acids for use in protein synthesis D. to send messages about cell requirements to the nucleus Weegy: C. to collect amino acids for use in protein synthesi User: Which organelle is responsible for making lipids and aiding in detoxification of cells? A. Golgi apparatus B. smooth endoplasmic reticulum C. rough endoplasmic reticulum D. ribosomes User: The nucleus includes all of the following structures except A. cytoplasm. B. nucleolus. C. chromatin. D. DNA. User: Which organelle is responsible for breaking down old organelles? A. digestive vacuole B. lysosome C. endoplasmic reticulum D. Golgi apparatus Weegy: Basically, the lysosome uses its powerful digestive enzymes to break down old worn out organelles, and put tiny particles of them back in the cytoplasm. User: Pictured is a ribosome. How are ribosomes different from most other cell organelles? A. They are transported through the plasma membrane. B. They are generally located outside the cell. C. They are not enclosed by a membrane. D. They contain DNA. Weegy: C. They are not enclosed by a membrane. Ribosomes are not enclosed by a ... (More)
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