Results for: Cell-metabolism

Why is the removal of metabolic wastes important to cells?

the removal of co2 is important for cell functioning because it lowers the pH of solution in which it is dissolved therefore affecting enzyme functioning and possible the shap (MORE)
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What is the byproduct of cell metabolism?

Cells mostly metabolize sugars, fats, and protiens into energy and  other useful compounds. Carbon dioxide, water, heat, and urea, are  formed as the principal byproducts of (MORE)

Which of the following statements about the role of ATP in cell metabolism is true?

The energy from the hydrolysis of ATP may be directly coupled to endergonic processes by the transfer of the phosphate group to another molecule. A key feature in the way cell (MORE)