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Most organisms accumulate synthetic organic chemicals in their bodies because these chemicals... a. are easily converted into molecules that are used to build parts of cells. b. are a
concentrated source of minerals, needed for cellular metabolism. c. cannot be easily metabolized by the body. d. are a major source of calories when food is not available.
2.are a concentrated source of minerals, needed for cellular metabolism.
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c. cannot be easily metabolized by the body.
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The correct answer is actually C. cannot be easily metabolized by the body.
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Kisses, please dont repeat answers that has been posted already.
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