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Which of the following is NOT true? (1 point)ATP is formed during both photosynthesis and cellular respiration. Both plant cells and animal cells carry out cellular respiration. Carbon dioxide is released during photosynthesis and used during cellular respiration. Oxygen is used during cellular respiration and released during photosynthesis.
Weegy: Cellular respiration is the complete cycle and usage of a glucose molecule using oxygen. User: Which of the following is NOT true? (1 point) A. ATP is formed during both photosynthesis and cellular respiration. B. Both plant cells and animal cells carry out cellular respiration. C .Carbon dioxide is released during photosynthesis and used during cellular respiration. D.Oxygen is used during cellular respiration and released during photosynthesis. User: Glycolysis requires (1 point)ATP. oxygen. sunlight. NADP+. User: Glycolysis requires (1 point) A.ATP. B. oxygen. C. sunlight. D.NADP+. Weegy: A. ATP. There are two phases of Glycolysis. The first is known as the "priming phase" because it requires an input of energy in the form of 2 ATPs per Glucose molecule. [ The second phase is known as the "pay off phase" because energy is released in the form of 4 ATPs, 2 per glyceraldehyde molecule. ] User: Glycolysis requires (1 point)A.ATP. B.oxygen. C.sunlight. D.NADP+. (More)
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When during the cell cycle are chromosomes visible? (1 point)only during interphase only when they are being replicated only during mitosis only during the G1 phase
Weegy: When they are being replicated. User: In eukaryotic cells, the timing of the cell cycle is regulated by (1 point)centrioles. cyclins. spindle fibers. the nuclear envelope Weegy: spindle fibers User: Cells that need to make a lot of protein are expected to have a large number of ________________. User: A cell’s relatively constant internal physical and chemical conditions are called _________________________. User: The electrons that chlorophyll loses to the electron transport chain are replenished by ____________________ molecules Weegy: The electrons that chlorophyll loses to the electron transport chain are replenished by water molecules (More)
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