Biology

What do plants and algal cells need to produce proteins?

Where do plants and again cells get this supple from?

THANKS!!!

asked by Reece
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    posted by Writeacher
  2. Hello when is your biology expert available? Thanks

    posted by Reece
  3. We don't have a biology expert. Sorry.

    posted by Writeacher
  4. That's OK thanks anyway.

    posted by Reece

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