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Which of following best describes the free-energy requirements of an organism?

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During times of hibernation large amounts of free energy are required.

Free-energy demand is consistent for all heterotrophs.

The organism requires free energy in all situations, but the amount fluctuates.

The organism will not require free energy in times of oxygen deprivation.


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