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What is the function of mitochondria in cells

Producing energy.

Which is one function of a protein macromolecule

Making up the connective tissue in tendons

Which example involves a cell membrane receiving and sending messages

A tube worm retreating from a predator is an example of a cell membrane receiving and sending messages.

A cell tells other cells that danger is near. Cells of an organism tell each other when predators are near.

Which best describes a difference between prokaryotic cells and eukaryotic cells

Eukaryotic cells contain organelles that are enclosed in membranes

What part of the cell gives the ribosomes instructions on how to assemble a protein

Nulecus

What would happen if a membrane protein was unable to bind to a signaling molecule

messages would not be sent from inside the cell

What is an advantage of using pluripotent cells instead of multipotent cells for medical treatment

Pluripotent cells can differentiate into almost any type of cell

Which type of stem cell can differentiate into the least number of types of cells

. Which of the following stem cells can differentiate into the largest number of different cell types?

Which organelles folds proteins

Rough endoplasmic reticulum

What is an example that involves a cell membrane receiving and sending messages

A cell tells other cells that danger is near

What is an example of how the cell membrane of a tube worm maintains a stable environment

Some examples of how the cell membrane of a tube worm maintains a stable environments are that:

- It prevents minerals in the water from flowing into the cell.

- It prevents salt from flowing in.

The basic unit of the cell membrane is the

Phospholipids

What are the first phagocytic cells at the site of a bacterial infection

The first immune cells that arrive at the site of an infection are usually red blood cells. These phagocytic cells help to defend against the bacteria.

How do proteins play an important role in the mating Japanese beetles

by sending and detecting chemical messages APEX

The nucleus is surrounded by a semipermeable membrane what would happen if this layer were permeable to most substances

Large molecules would be able to enter and damage the nucleus.

Which type of transport requires energy to move sodium ions from a low concentration across the intestines wall into a higher concentration

This is a type of transport called active transport because it uses pumps (energy driven) to move sodium against the gradient.

Which observation proves that cell is eurkaryote

which observation proves that cells is eurkaryote

A cell membrane is very specific about what it allows across. How does this help the cell
A scientist investigates two types of cells located in different parts in the human body. Cell a contains many more mitochondria that Cell b. what is the best conclution to make from this observation

Cell A does more work than Cell B.

(APEX)

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What is meant by the following statement about the cell membrane The cell membrane is said to be semipermeable.

It is very selective about what it allows to pass through.

How are proteins used in mating by the Japanese beetles

Males use a protein to detect pheromones sent by females

How are protein's used in mating by Japanese beetles

they send proteins as chemical messages

Which structure is found in all cells

Ribosome

A green plant receives more sunlight than usual. Which part of the plant cell would be most likely to be affected by this change

Mitochondria

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