26 Answered Questions for the topic Cells


Correct the underlined word to make the statement true (study sheet)

Correct the underlined phrase to make the statement true.21. Vacuoles absorb light energy surrounding the cell and convert this to energy for the plant. 22. Mitonchondrion is the smallest organelle... more



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Name the main body compartments of the human body and list organs in the different compartments

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How are beta cells related to proteins and DNA?

What is related between them? pls answer asap


What are the types of white blood cells found in the blood?

There are 5 types of white blood cells (abbreviated as WBC) also known as leukocytes. They are: Neutrophils, lymphocytes, monocytes, eosinophils & basophils. They are classified or grouped into... more

How to delete MS Word table cell contents but not cells?

I am running MS Word 2007. Is it possible to delete the contents of a table without deleting the actual cells? I've tried highlighting a bunch of cells and hitting the... more
Cells Biology


Explain what happens to cells in the following environment.

What would happen to animal cells in Isotonic, Hypertonic, and Hypotonic environment? What would happen to a plant cell in Isotonic, Hypertonic, and Hypotonic environment?   Animal cells prefer... more


several small cells have more surface area than a larger cell true are false?

is this statement true or false 

Do every plant cells photosynthesis?

My science teacher shows images of general plant cells, and they all include at least one chloroplasts. Wouldn't they use them if they all had them? I thought the leaves of a plant were the only... more


Fungi have prokaryotic cells



Cell Respiration doubt

Complete oxidation of one molar concentration of glucose (180 g) by aerobic respiration consumes 192 g of oxygen as it produces 264 g of CO2 , 108 g of water and releases 686000 calories.how these... more


What are the structual differences between a white blood cell and a regular animal cell?

I have to make a cell model and to get a god grade we have to make a specific type of cell. I need to know what different (if any) organelles a white blood cell has compared to the typical textbook... more
Cells Biology


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Through the process of respiration Chemical Energy in the form of ATP is transferred to cells for use as fuel for its various activities. A. by the addition of a phosphate group, ADP is converted... more
Cells Biology


I need help matching these:( Even if its only half

1. Exchange of DNA between maternal and paternal chromosomes.2.Specialized nuclear division that produces haploid cells.3.Tetrads (paired homologous chromosomes) line up down the middle of the... more
Cells Biology Biolog



Describe the process by which the cell might export a protein to the rest of your body like insuline Be sure to include the terms:ribosome,endoplasmic reticulum,nucleus,dna and rna?Thank you


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Describe how the position of cell layers in a developing human embryo progresses to general cell differentiation.


describe a major structural or functional barrier a cell must must over -come in order to divide.

describe a major structural or functional barrier a cell must must over -come in order to divide.



What study strategies would make effective use of the levels-of-processing approach to memory?


What structures in the plant cell are not seen in the animal cell?

in class we are talking about cells

Biology - Asexual reproduction

Starting with one bacterium, how many bacterial cells would be expected from 6 cycles of Binary Fission?   Is 62 correct?   Thanks in advance for your help :)  


Osmosis - cell transport

Osmosis is the movement of water from an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration across a semi permeable membrane, but how does it link to the surrounding water being Hypertonic,... more

Active transport in cells?

Is active transport used only to remove substances from a cell, or can it also take in substances? Thank you in advance :)

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