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17 Cards in this Set

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Which molecule stores information?
nucliec acids
Which word describes the process by which 2 or more atoms bond together.
Chemical reaction
What kind of energys do cells use?
chemical energy
Which term describes the process in which cells release energy without using oxygen?
Whiuch process occurs in chloroplast?
from what sugar molecule do many things release energy?
Which chemical that aids in photosynthesis do u find chloroplast?
carbon dioxide
Which word means,"diffusion of water across a cell membrane"?
Choose 2 pairs of opposite processes
active and transport, endocytosis and exocytosis
The fats oils and waxes found in living things are called...
What do cells use for a source of energy and energy storage?
A. protien
C. cytoplasm
D. carbohydrates
Leaf cells use chlorophyll to absorb...
A. oxygen
B.light energy
C. carbon dioxide
D. glucose
B. light energy
In fermanation cells release energy without
A. alchohol
B. water
C. glucose
D. oxygen
d. oxygen
Both a whale and seaweed use ... to change glucose into energy?
A. water
B. photosythesis
C. cellular respiation
D. bonding
C. cellular respiration
The movement of materials across a cell membrane, requiring energy is called...
A. diffusion
B. osmosis
C. Passive transport
D. active transport
d. active transport
The Modern Cell Theory states that all cells come from ...

a.non-living material
b.other existing cells
c.none of these
B. other exsisting cells
When 2 or more protiens combine they form...
amino acids