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Which of these molecules is NOT a product of the Electron Transport System? ATP Water Pyruvate NAD+
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The dark reactions require all of these chemicals to proceed except: ATP NADPH carbon dioxide oxygen User: what chemical does the darkk reaction require?
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The structural unit of photosynthesis, where the photosystems are located, are called: chlorophylls eukaryotes stroma thylakoids
Weegy: The structural unit of photosynthesis, where the photosystems are located, are called thylakoids. User: Which of the following does NOT occur during the light independent process? CO2 is used to form carbohydrates NADPH converts to NADP ADP converts to ATP ATP converts to ADP User: what does not occur during the light independent process? User: The production of ATP that occurs in the presence of oxygen is called what? User: what is the first stable chemical created by the calvin cycle? Weegy: PGA (Phospho glyceric acid) User: Which of these molecules is not produced by glycolysis? ATP NADH pyruvate FADH2 Weegy: C) pyruvate User: Where in a eukaryotic cell do the reactions of glycolysis occur? User: Where in a prokaryotic cell do the reactions of glycolysis occur? Weegy: Within the cytoplasm in a prokaryotic cell is where reactions of glycolysis occur. (More)
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what is the function of ribosomes?
Weegy: Ribosomes are the cellular organelles that carry out protein synthesis, through a process called translation. [ They are found in both prokaryotes and eukaryotes, these molecular machines are responsible for accurately translating the linear genetic code, via the messenger RNA, into a linear sequence of amino acids to produce a protein. All cells contain ribosomes because growth requires the continued synthesis of new proteins. Ribosomes can exist in great numbers, ranging from thousands in a bacterial cell to hundreds of thousands in some human cells and hundreds of millions in a frog ovum. Ribosomes are also found in mitochondria and chloroplasts. ] User: The powerhouse of the cell is a term referring to which of these structures? chloroplast endoplasmic reticulum mitochondrion Golgi complex Weegy: The answer is mitochondrion. User: Which of these is NOT a structure/chemical found in a chloroplast? DNA cristae thylakoid stroma Weegy: cristae is NOT a structure/chemical found in a chloroplast. (More)
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Which of the following terms describes a solution with a higher concentration of dissolved substances relative to another solution? hypertonic hypotonic isotonic polytonic
Weegy: hypertonic User: A cell that is ________ relative to its surroundings will swell with water. hypotonic hypertonic isotonic polytonic Weegy: hypertonic User: The structure that keeps a Paramecium living in fresh water from swelling and bursting is called a: mitochondrion contractile vacuole lysosome ribosome User: Diffusion is: movement of materials from low to high concentration movement of materials from high to low concentration equal movement in all directions no movement at all Weegy: Diffusion is movement of materials from high to low concentration. User: The energy to conduct active transport comes from: ATP lysosomes the sodium-potassium pump the free energy of the system Weegy: The energy to conduct active transport comes from ATP. User: Which of the following is an example of active transport? osmosis of water across the cell membrane transport of glucose into a cell the sodium-potassium pump found in nerve cells none of the above Weegy: the sodium-potassium pump found in nerve cells User: Proteins in cell membranes cannot facilitate the transport of materials through the cell membrane. True False Weegy: False. User: The process in which a cell membrane bulges inward and pinches off to form a vesicle is called: crenation endocytosis exocytosis lysis Weegy: Endocytosis User: Another term for secretion is: endocytosis exocytosis phagocytosis pinocytosis Weegy: exocytosis User: The structure that keeps a Paramecium living in fresh water from swelling and bursting is called a: mitochondrion contractile vacuole lysosome ribosome Weegy: It is: contractile vacuole, User: Mitosis does NOT occur in which of these types of cells? plants animals bacteria fungi User: Which of these cell division processes results in cells that are NOT exact genetic copies of ... (More)
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