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Cell bio
The driving force of ATP synthesis at the location of the ATP synthesis complex is the _________________? I believe it is the matrix but am not sure and it is just a guess. please help. You are right, but I think they want mitochondria for an answer. If I was the teacher, I'd ...
July 20, 2006 by Josh

BIOLOGY
From your knowledge of the size and density of cell components and the process of centrifugation, predict the order (from first to last) that the nucleus and organelles will be extracted? a.ribosomes-mitochondria and chloroplasts-nucleus-soluble cytoplasm b.nucleus-...
September 30, 2009 by CHARLOTTE

Science
Muscle Cells Have Large Numbers Of __________________: A. Chromosomes B. Mitochondria C. Chloroplasts D. Cellulose Fibers I think it is B. Mitochondria. Is that right? Please Help!!!! Thank you.....
December 7, 2008 by Happy Face

7th grade science help
why is the process that takes place in mitochondria often describe as being the opposite of the process that takes place in a chloroplast? Chloroplasts produce ATP. Mitochondria consune ATP in the production of protines. The mitochondria are NOT the site of protein synthesis. ...
November 28, 2006 by sandy

math
A student observes two different types of cells under a microscope. She noticed that one cell had many more mitochondria than the other. What can the student predict about the cell with more mitochondria?
February 27, 2012 by Anonymous

Biology
A mutant protist is found in which some mitochondria lack an inner mitochondrial membrane. Whcih of the following pathways would be completely disruped in these mitochondria? a) the citric acid cycle. b) oxidative phosphorylation. c) the citric acid cycle and glycolysis. d) ...
November 13, 2009 by Terrye

science
A student observed two different types of cells under a microscope. She noticed that one cell had many more mitochondria than the other. What can the student predict about the cell with more mitochondria? A. The cell produces more waste. B. The cell makes more proteins. C. The...
February 27, 2012 by Anonymous

science
A student observed two different types of cells under a microscope. She noticed that one cell had many more mitochondria than the other. What can the student predict about the cell with more mitochondria? A. The cell produces more waste. B. The cell makes more proteins. C. The...
February 27, 2012 by Anonymous

Science
A student observed two different types of cells under a microscope. She noticed that one cell had many more mitochondria than the other. What can the student predict about the cell with more mitochondria? A. The cell produces more waste. B. The cell makes more proteins. C. The...
February 27, 2012 by Mrs. Sue can you please answer this question

Science
A student observed two different types of cells under a microscope. She noticed that one cell had many more mitochondria than the other. What can the student predict about the cell with more mitochondria? A. The cell produces more waste. B. The cell makes more proteins. C. The...
February 27, 2012 by Kate

science
I have two questions I need help with please. Thank you! 1)Mitochondria, the energy-processing organelles in eukaryotic cells, have their own DNA, separate from that of the cellís nucleus. Which of the following choices best explains the presence of mitochondria in eukaryotic ...
September 18, 2011 by Jon

Mitochondria
Assume Cell 1 produces 1.0 x 105 ATP molecules while Cell 2 produces 1.0 x 108 ATP molecules. Which mitochondria, A or B, has the hardware to produce 1.0 x 108 ATP molecules? What told you this?
December 4, 2007 by May

Science
Itís OK to say that your brain is solar powered, because A) mitochondria in plant cells convert solar power to the chemical power that is used to run your brain. B) cellular respiration is powered by sunlight. C) the antenna complex in chloroplasts acts like a tiny solar panel...
October 26, 2011 by Frank

Science
Itís OK to say that your brain is solar powered, because A) mitochondria in plant cells convert solar power to the chemical power that is used to run your brain. B) cellular respiration is powered by sunlight. C) the antenna complex in chloroplasts acts like a tiny solar panel...
October 26, 2011 by Frank

bilology
what is a mitochondria?
May 15, 2008 by yourmum

biology
in what way are chloroplast and mitochondria
July 15, 2011 by flash

biology
why are there a lot of mitochondria? please help! thnanks!
September 12, 2009 by lamiya

biology
in what way are chloroplast and mitochondria similar ?
July 15, 2011 by flash

biology
in what way are chloroplast and mitochondria similar ?
July 15, 2011 by flash

biology
describe the role of mitochondria in the metabolism of eukaryotic cells.
October 24, 2009 by Anonymous

Biology
How is increased number of mitochondria important to kidney function?
December 13, 2009 by jake

science
what kind of animal cells may have alot of mitochondria present?
November 2, 2008 by lexie

science
do plant cells have chloroplasts or mitochondria? Please help...im so confused!
April 13, 2009 by baby girl

Biology
Please help me !!! Compare and contrast the physiological functions of chloroplasts and mitochondria. Thanks
February 11, 2010 by Amanda

Science
One example of a tissue is- A.heart B.nucleus C.muscle D.mitochondria C?
April 30, 2012 by Rezu

science
I need to make a acrostic poem on a mitochondria? & I'm in 9th grade
August 31, 2012 by Anonymous

science
I need to make a acrostic poem on a mitochondria? & I'm in 9th grade
August 31, 2012 by Anonymous

science
what kinds of animal cells might have alot of mitochondria present?
November 2, 2008 by lexie

Science
What kinds of animal cells might have a lot mitochondria present?
January 7, 2010 by Bailey

Science
What kind of animal cells might have alot of mitochondria present?
May 17, 2010 by Isaiah

Science
The list of words is: Nucleus, Mitochondria, Vacoule, Cell Wall. Which does not belong and why?
November 7, 2011 by Anonymous

Bio
why does pH of the matrix increase when electrons flow along the electron transport chains of mitochondria?
February 13, 2008 by Jin

Biochemistry
Is the substrate level phosphorylation (of succinate) spontaneous under conditions that exist in the mitochondria?
March 7, 2009 by Andrew

AP Biology
what evidence supports the hypothesis that mitochondria preceded plastids in the evolution of eukaryotic cells?
April 23, 2010 by sheer

Cynthia
Which of the statements below correctly compares features of plant and animal cells? Plant cells have a cell membrane, while animal cells have both a cell wall and a cell membrane. Plant cells have ribosomes only on the rough ER, while animal cells have ribosomes in the ...
November 29, 2013 by Biology

bio
name the chemical process that occurs within the mitochondria of all plant and animals cells?
September 5, 2007 by anna

Science please help
What form is the energy turned into by a mitochondria? I need help with this question. thanks god bless
March 21, 2009 by Karen

Biology
Name three characteristics of mitochondria and chloroplasts that support the endosymbiotic hypothesis of eukaryotic evolution?
February 3, 2010 by brooke

Biology
1) What is free gibs? 2)What is energy carriers? 3)If the inner membrate of the mitochondria leaks hydrogen what will happen?
December 12, 2013 by SHINee

science
write a short note on plastids,vacuoles,mitochondria,lysosomes,golgi apparatus,endoplasmic reticulum.
June 26, 2008 by sangam

Physiology
The muscle cells of a trained athlete tend to have more mitochondria than those of a couch potato. Why?
February 15, 2011 by Jerome

science
which structure is common to both prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells ? a. mitochondria b. cell membrane c. endoplasmic reticulum d. pladtids
March 12, 2013 by mary

Biology
How would u expect the number of mitochondria in a cell to be related to the amount of active transport it carries out? Please help!
November 8, 2013 by Momo

science
when you eat to much, like more than your need, the mitochondria in your liver makes triglycerides to store the excess. Why is that storagge important? :S
September 8, 2008 by Lena

Biology
Would someone be kind enough to check the following paragraph for me, I need to complete it by adding the appropriate words from the following list, Cell walls, mitochondria, nucleus, DNA, eukaryotes, protoctists, endosymbiosis, organelle, membranes, diversity, bacteria, ...
February 24, 2007 by Sam

Biology
17. Functions of the nucleus include a. directing the function of the cell b. the partial assembly of ribosomes c. storing most of the hereditary information of the cell d. all of the above D? 18. Internal membrances play important roles in protien production and processing ...
January 21, 2010 by mysterychicken

Biology
17. Functions of the nucleus include a. directing the function of the cell b. the partial assembly of ribosomes c. storing most of the hereditary information of the cell d. all of the above D? 18. Internal membrances play important roles in protien production and processing ...
January 21, 2010 by mysterychicken

Biology
17. Functions of the nucleus include a. directing the function of the cell b. the partial assembly of ribosomes c. storing most of the hereditary information of the cell d. all of the above D? 18. Internal membrances play important roles in protien production and processing ...
January 22, 2010 by mysterychicken

biology
I need help with what is happening inside the mitochondria. may help me what's happening 0-50 secondes. h t t p: // w w w.y o u t u b e.c o m / watch ?v=RrS2uROUjK4
March 21, 2014 by jess

Science
Why would a more active cell need more mitochondria?
March 21, 2009 by Karen

Biology
Can genetic mutations also occur within mitochondria and cause diseases? if yes, how common are these diseases?
October 31, 2011 by Jen

physics
both chloroplasts and mitochondria are like in that they both have_______ membranes and their own _____.
April 19, 2012 by chita

Biology
Need help with these two: 26. Why do plant cells contain both choroplasts and mitochondria? a. in the light, plants are photosynthetic autotrophs. In the dark, they are heterotrophs. b. if plants can't produce enough ATP to make sugars during photosynthesis, they can produce ...
January 22, 2010 by mysterychicken

Biology
Need help with these two: 26. Why do plant cells contain both choroplasts and mitochondria? a. in the light, plants are photosynthetic autotrophs. In the dark, they are heterotrophs. b. if plants can't produce enough ATP to make sugars during photosynthesis, they can produce ...
January 23, 2010 by mysterychicken

Biology
Need help with these two: 26. Why do plant cells contain both choroplasts and mitochondria? a. in the light, plants are photosynthetic autotrophs. In the dark, they are heterotrophs. b. if plants can't produce enough ATP to make sugars during photosynthesis, they can produce ...
January 24, 2010 by mysterychicken

life science
how do I create a concept map using the following: animal call, glucose, oxygen, carbon dioxide, atp, mitochondria, and cellular respiration?
November 9, 2008 by duke

Science
What body system is most like the mitochondria in cells? It has to be one of these: Respiratory Muscular Immune Nervous Since I already used the other systems.
October 7, 2011 by Ann

biology
embedded protein in the electron transport chain where h+ ions flow back into the matrix of the mitochondria 11 spaces sixth letter is n cant figure it out?
February 14, 2013 by bob

Biology
Can someone please check if my answers are correct? 17. Functions of the nucleus include a. directing the function of the cell b. the partial assembly of ribosomes c. storing most of the hereditary information of the cell d. all of the above D? 18. Internal membrances play ...
January 22, 2010 by mysterychicken

Biology
When you consume more food than you require the mitochondria in the liver are involved in forming triglycerides from the excess. Why is storage of triglycerides important?
February 18, 2009 by Lindsay

biology
Why does a plant cell transports water against the force of gravity contain many more mitochondria than other plant cells?
January 23, 2010 by haleigh

Biology
Need help with these two: PLEASE help me; this is like the 4th time I'm posting this. 26. Why do plant cells contain both choroplasts and mitochondria? a. in the light, plants are photosynthetic autotrophs. In the dark, they are heterotrophs. b. if plants can't produce enough ...
January 25, 2010 by mysterychicken

BIOLOGY PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
embedded protein in the electron transport chain where h+ ions flow back into the matrix of the mitochondria Crossword puzzle 11 spaces sixth letter is n cant figure it out?
February 14, 2013 by bob

Biology
In plants, cells that transport water against the force of gravity are found to contain many more mitochondria than some other plant cells. What is the reason for this?
January 13, 2009 by Krisss

science
A student observes a cell with many mitochondria. This cell is most likely what type of cell?
February 27, 2012 by Anonymous

Biology
Hi, I've just recently gotten a project that requires you to make a 3D model of the mitochondria. I'm thinking of making it out of clay, but can someone help me think of other ways to make it? thanks.
February 18, 2009 by Jenny

Biology
What type of cell would you expect to have more mitochondria, a skin cell, or a cardiac muscle cell? Explain why. Thank you all!
March 6, 2008 by Biolover!

Biology
State if the organelle is present in a plant cell or an animal cell? Nucleus Nucleolus Ribosome Endoplasmic reticulum Golgi appartus Vacuoles Lysosomes Chloroplast Mitochondria
September 6, 2008 by Jennifer

biology
The synthesis (S) phase is characterized by DNA replication. cell division. replication of mitochondria and other organelles. the division of cytoplasm.
April 15, 2010 by ballamoney1

Zoology
Can you rank these from the smallest to the largest? Heart carbon atom sodium atom electron nucleotide tundra mitochondria glucose molecule fungal cell hydrogen atom
August 29, 2010 by Marcus

I NEED HELP ASAP WITH SCIENCE PLEASE IT'S IMPORTAN
Since fermentation occus in the cytoplasm of yeast cells explain the role of mitochondria in yeast cells?
December 13, 2012 by Eric

I really need help in science please anyone thanks
Since fermentation occurs in the cytoplasm of yeast cells explain the role of mitochondria in yeast cells ? If anyone can help me this I will truly be graceful
December 13, 2012 by Mike

Science
Ribosome: protein synthesis: mitochondria: What comes next? a. cell support b. energy release (don't think so) c. nutrient storage (don't think so) d. protein transport
October 27, 2013 by David

biology
After being formed by the ribosomes located on the endoplasmic reticulum, what is the next organelle to which a protein could be transported? a.mitochondria b.smooth endoplasmic reticulum c.golgi apparatus d.nucleus
September 30, 2009 by CHARLOTTE

Biology
What are the inter-relationships with these organelles and why? 1) Nucleus 2) Golgi apparatus 3) Lysosome 4) Cytoskeleton 5) Centriole By inter-relationships, I mean this: EXAMPLE: Chloroplast and mitochondria both involve energy transformations
October 22, 2010 by Anthony

science
Working on animal cells. Have to label what make up an animal cell in order 1-8 of the following; nucleus, cell membrane, vacuole, cytoplasm, mitochondria, goligi body, endoplasmic reticulum, ribosome??? Not sure where to start
October 27, 2008 by anthony

Biology
Plants have cells that contain chloroplasts. Why must their cells contain mitochondria as well? Chloroplasts are the sites of photosynthesis. Mitochrodria is the site of energy synthesis.
November 18, 2006 by marco

biology
List 2 ways in which prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells are alike and 2 ways in which they are different. Is this correct? Alike= cell membrane and DNA Different=ribosomes and mitochondria
October 19, 2011 by Ty

biology
List 2 ways in which prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells are alike and 2 ways in which they are different. Is this correct? Alike= cell membrane and DNA Different=ribosomes and mitochondria
October 19, 2011 by Ty

Physiology
Name a disease caused by a defect in the mitochondria and describe the symptoms. In both cases, the disease may refer to a structural defect in the organelle, or some type of abnormal activity that takes place inside the organelle.
February 15, 2011 by Jerome

science
Working on animal cells. Have to label what make up an animal cell in order 1-8 of the following; nucleus, cell membrane, vacuole, cytoplasm, mitochondria, goligi body, endoplasmic reticulum, ribosome??? Not sure where to start. Can not open the last website. Please help!!!
October 27, 2008 by anthony

Science
Plant Cell Analogy Cell Membrane: Security Nucleus: Boss Mitochondria: Food court Cytoplasm: Chromosomes: Vacuole: Water Ribosomes: Food Cell wall: Endoplasmic Reticulum: Chloroplasts: Golgi Appartuas: Packer What could the others be?
April 21, 2014 by Anonymous

BIOO
why is there no production of ATP when detergent is treated in a test tube with mitochondria? in Aerobic and anaerobic respiration what is the final metabolic breakdown of molecule? 1 pyruvic acid 2 acetyl coenzyme A 3 citric acid 4 reduced coenzyme FADH2 5) ATP PLEASSEEEEEEEE...
March 17, 2011 by sabrina

Biology
why is there no production of ATP when detergent is treated in a test tube with mitochondria? in Aerobic and anaerobic respiration what is the final metabolic breakdown of molecule? 1 pyruvic acid 2 acetyl coenzyme A 3 citric acid 4 reduced coenzyme FADH2 5) ATP PLEASSEEEEEEEE...
March 17, 2011 by sabrina

Biology
Which one of the following organelles would be especially abundant in the pancreatic cells that produce digestive enzymes? A. rough endoplasmic reticulum B. smooth endoplasmic reticulum C. lysosomes D. microfilaments E. mitochondria Apparently the answer is not lysosomes, so ...
December 11, 2011 by Anonymous

Science 4th grade
1. The cell------------ surrounds the cell parts. 2. The process of cell division is called --------------. 3. -------------are structures that release energy food. 4. --------------- are structures that stores food, water or wastes. ANSWERS. 1.wall 2.mitosis 3.mitochondria 4....
September 8, 2008 by LaNoria

Science 4th grade
1. The cell --------surrounds the cell parts. 2. The cell --------- gives plants cells their shape. 3. --------- are structures that release energy from food. 4.----------are structures that store food, water, or wastes. ANSWERS 1. membrane 2. wall 3. mitochondria 4. vacoles
September 8, 2008 by LaNoria

Biology
Which of the following will happen if mRNA fails to be translated? A The cell's nucleus will produce more chromatin. B. Ribosomes will not be able to create protein. C. Mitochondria will release ATP. D. The cell will produce more mRNA I think it's B
July 27, 2014 by J

BIOO pleasee help u guys are angellss!!!
why is there no production of ATP when detergent is treated in a test tube with mitochondria? in Aerobic and anaerobic respiration what is the final metabolic breakdown of molecule? 1 pyruvic acid 2 acetyl coenzyme A 3 citric acid 4 reduced coenzyme FADH2 5) ATP PLEASSEEEEEEEE...
March 17, 2011 by sabrina

Biology
1. Some people get repeated fungal infections because they cannot destroy these dangerous microbes after their white blood cells phagocytize them. This most likely means that these people have __________ that do not work properly. A. ribosomes B. lysosomes C. mitochondria D. ...
July 13, 2013 by Amy

Bio
1. Some people get repeated fungal infections because they cannot destroy these dangerous microbes after their white blood cells phagocytize them. This most likely means that these people have __________ that do not work properly. A. ribosomes B. lysosomes C. mitochondria D. ...
July 13, 2013 by Sam

science
1. If an immature egg cell had 20 chromosomes, the mature egg would have (???) chromosomes A) 5 B) 10 C) 20 D) 40 I think it's D, but I'm honestly, not sure. 2. Assume a cell has 1500 mitochondria. How many will it have after telophase? A) 1500 B) 750 C) 3000 D) 0
December 30, 2007 by Tyne

Biology
Can someone please check my answers for the following 'choose the best answer'? Which of the following cellular functions would be most directly related to a malfunction of the Golgi apparatus? a)ATP production b)degradation of macromolecules c)secretion of proteins d)cell ...
September 14, 2011 by Claudia

Biology
Can someone please check my answers for the following 'choose the best answer'? Which of the following cellular functions would be most directly related to a malfunction of the Golgi apparatus? a)ATP production b)degradation of macromolecules c)secretion of proteins d)cell ...
September 15, 2011 by Claudia

Biology
Can someone please check my answers for the following 'choose the best answer'? Which of the following cellular functions would be most directly related to a malfunction of the Golgi apparatus? a)ATP production b)degradation of macromolecules c)secretion of proteins d)cell ...
September 15, 2011 by Claudia

AP Biology
1.Oparin and Haldane hypothesized that the Earth's early atmosphere was strongly (2 points) acidic. oxidizing. reducing. ~~ ionic. 2.The most significant outcome of the Miller and Urey experiments was that they (2 points) synthesized living cells from nonliving matter. ...
September 12, 2012 by henry

Biology
When elongated, tube-shaped cells from the lining of the intestine are treated with a certain chemical, the cells sag and become round blobs. The internal structures disrupted by this chemical are probably _____. A. cell junctions B. microtubules C. rough endoplasmic reticulum...
December 11, 2011 by Anonymous

9th grade
i need help finding what these words are from these clues: possible opening found in the cell membrane substance which makes up cell walls granular material in the nucleus that thickens to become chromosomes the endoplasmic reticulum is a network of.... structures responsible ...
September 15, 2009 by Jillian

Honor Biology
After a biochemical analysis of the victim's tissues, brilliant biologist/criminal investigator J. C. Mickleberry announced his findings: "Contrary to the conclusions of the police, the victim did not suffocate. The electron carriers in his mitochondria were all in the ...
December 6, 2010 by Pam

Science
Organisms that maintain a constant body temperature rely on the heat produced by cells. Where does this heat come from? A) Special metabolic pathways exist just for the production of heat. B) Mitochondria produce heat in the form of ATP. C) Plants store up heat as they perform...
October 26, 2011 by Jason

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