AP Biology

Although terminally differentiated cells do not divide, the nuclei in these cells are still that site of what important function?

Carbohydrate synthesis
DNA synthesis
mRNA synthesis
protein synthesis

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  1. Ok, so I know mRNA synthesis happens in the cytoplasm and protein synthesis happens in the ribosomes. But I don't know where carbohydrate synthesis occurs. I'm assuming it's DNA synthesis.

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  3. DNA synthesis is correct.

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