In which of the following organelles are proteins assembled?
Which of the following structures serves as the cell's boundary from its environment?
How do eukaryotic organisms differ from prokaryotic organisms?
Which of these statements is a principle of the cell theory that supports the idea that new cells will replace damaged cells in a scraped knee?
Which term describes the movement of water through a cell membrane?
Which type of cellular transport requires a cell to use energy?
In which type of cellular transport are Na+ and K+ moved through a cell membrane?
What would happen to a plant cell placed in a solution of seawater?
What type of macromolecule is composed of chains of amino acids that are joined together by peptide bonds?
Which class of macromolecules is primarily used as a rapidly available energy source by living things?
Which best describes the main role of nucleic acids in living things?
What is the primary function of enzymes?
What is the name of the region where a reactant binds to an enzyme?
How do enzymes speed up biochemical reactions?
Which of the following are the reactants of photosynthesis?
What is the source of energy for photosynthesis?
Glycolysis occurs in which part of the cell?
What does A represent in the diagram?
Energy is gained in an ADP molecule when which of the following occurs?
DNA and RNA are macromolecules made up of
Which evidence indicates that the cell shown must be a plant cell?
Why are aerobic reactions more efficient for cellular metabolism than anaerobic reactions?
Which of the diagrams above shows a cell in a hypotonic solution?
Which organelle(s) in the diagram above releases energy from stored food molecules to power cellular functions?
Which process takes place in the presence of oxygen and produces nearly 20 times as much ATP as glycolysis alone?
Which of the following traps light energy during the light-dependent reactions