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Which of the following accurately describes the structure of DNA? A. DNA consists of four bases: A, G, C, and U. B. DNA is made up of nucleotides, containing a phosphate group, a base, and another phosphate group. C. A always pairs with C, and G always pairs with T. D. DNA is in the form of antiparallel strands twisted as a double helix.
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DNA is in the form of antiparallel strands twisted as a double helix.-accurately describes the structure of DNA.
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DNA is in the form of antiparallel strands twisted as a double helix.-accurately describes the structure of DNA.
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Which of the following pairs accurately connects a macromolecule to its monomer? A. Proteins–nitrogenous bases B. Lipids–phosphate groups C. Carbohydrates–amino acids D. Nucleic acids–nucleotides
Weegy: Nucleic acids-nucleotides is a pair which accurately connects a macromolecule to its monomer. User: Which of the following could be said about ecological footprints? A. Ecological footprints can't be used to determine carrying capacity. B. The average ecological footprints for various countries are nearly identical. C. Ecological footprints don't take into account resources needed to absorb and manage wastes. D. Exact ecological footprints are often difficult to calculate, but estimates can be useful in comparing populations. (More)
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Exact ecological footprints are often difficult to calculate, but estimates can be useful in comparing populations. -could be said about ecological footprints.
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Which of the following can be accurately said about climax communities? A. Climax communities are always uniform. B. Climax communities are always stable. C. Restoration of the original climax community may not always happen. D. Restoration of the original climax community is always achieved at the same rate.
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Climax communities are always stable, can be accurately said about climax communities.
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If a cell is placed inside a solution that has a higher concentration of solute than on the inside of the cell, what can be said about the movement of water? A. Water will move out of the cell, causing it to swell. B. Water will move into the cell, causing it to swell. C. Water will move in and out of the cell at the same rate. D. Water will move out of the cell, causing it to shrivel.
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If a cell is placed inside a solution that has a higher concentration of solute than on the inside of the cell, Water will move out of the cell, causing it to shrivel.
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Which of the following was a reason that the North American colonies rebelled against British control? A. Low taxes B. High taxes C. Language differences D. Cultural differences
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According to Karl Marx, what group of people would eventually "rise up" in a socialist revolution? A. Nobles B. Slaves C. Bourgeoisie D. Proletariat
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Steam-powered ships are different from sail boats in that: Steam boats could travel against the current on a river.
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