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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
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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
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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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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
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