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Answer: D Diff: 1 Topic: 2. Answer: C Diff: 1 Topic: 2. In the presence of water, however, the atoms that compose the molecules separate from each other. What type of chemical bond holds the dry substance together?


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B phosphates. C glycerol. D hydrocarbons. B lipids. C nucleic acids.

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D proteins. Answer: metabolism Diff: 1 Topic: 2. Answer: Homeostasis Diff: 1 Topic: 2. Answer: Atoms Diff: 1 Topic: 2. Answer: amino acids Diff: 1 Topic: 2. B is nonpolar. C repels electrons away from its nucleus and into the outermost electron shell. D discharges electrons readily out of the atom. If two or more of these molecules are in proximity to one another, how will they bond together?

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A hydrogen bonding, with two hydrogen atoms bonded together B covalent bonding, with two oxygen atoms bonded together C hydrogen bonding, with a hydrogen atom bonded to an oxygen atom D ionic bonding, with a hydrogen ion bonded to an oxygen atom Answer: C Diff: 2 Topic: 2.

Where are these proteins found? B have DNA within their nucleus. C exhibit the same basic cell wall. D perform the same mode of reproduction. Answer: A Diff: 2 Topic: 2. Answer: organelles Diff: 1 Topic: 2. Answer: plasma membrane Diff: 1 Topic: 2.

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Answer: ribosomes Diff: 1 Topic: 2. Answer: cytosol Diff: 1 Topic: 2. Answer: nucleus Diff: 2 Topic: 2. B endoplasmic reticulum.

C Golgi apparatus. D a cell wall. B amoebas. C fungi. D nucleoids. B isolates the cell's contents from the external environment. C controls protein synthesis in the cell. D is composed of cellulose. B ribosomes of the rough endoplasmic reticulum. C matrix of the mitochondria. D hydrophobic core of the outermost cell plasma membrane. Answer: C Diff: 3 Topic: 2. B chromatin.

D stroma. This new molecule will most likely be classified as a A carbohydrate. B lipid. C nucleic acid. D protein.

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Answer: B Diff: 2 Topic: 2. B hydrocarbon. C polypeptide. D polysaccharide. Answer: B Diff: 1 Topic: 2. B fatty acids. C nucleotides. D sugars. Answer: D Diff: 1 Topic: 2. Answer: C Diff: 1 Topic: 2.

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In the presence of water, however, the atoms that compose the molecules separate from each other. What type of chemical bond holds the dry substance together? B phosphates. C glycerol. D hydrocarbons. B lipids. C nucleic acids.

D proteins. Answer: metabolism Diff: 1 Topic: 2. Answer: Homeostasis Diff: 1 Topic: 2. Answer: Atoms Diff: 1 Topic: 2. Answer: amino acids Diff: 1 Topic: 2. B is nonpolar. C repels electrons away from its nucleus and into the outermost electron shell. D discharges electrons readily out of the atom. If two or more of these molecules are in proximity to one another, how will they bond together?


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  4. A hydrogen bonding, with two hydrogen atoms bonded together B covalent bonding, with two oxygen atoms bonded together C hydrogen bonding, with a hydrogen atom bonded to an oxygen atom D ionic bonding, with a hydrogen ion bonded to an oxygen atom Answer: C Diff: 2 Topic: 2. Where are these proteins found? B have DNA within their nucleus. C exhibit the same basic cell wall. D perform the same mode of reproduction. Answer: A Diff: 2 Topic: 2. Answer: organelles Diff: 1 Topic: 2. Answer: plasma membrane Diff: 1 Topic: 2. Answer: ribosomes Diff: 1 Topic: 2. Answer: cytosol Diff: 1 Topic: 2.

    Answer: nucleus Diff: 2 Topic: 2. B endoplasmic reticulum. C Golgi apparatus. D a cell wall.