science

Cellular respiration produces

glucose.

oxygen.

cellulose.

ATP.***

To produce starch, glucose molecules bond together through

photosynthesis.

dehydration synthesis.***

nucleotides.

cellular respiration.

By which process does yeast produce the carbon dioxide responsible for bread rising?

glycolysis

photosynthesis

dehydration synthesis

cellular respiration***

What is a component of amino acid not contained in starch?

Amino acids contain nitrogen.***

Amino acids contain hydrogen.

Amino acids contain oxygen.

Amino acids contain carbon.

Which two processes provide the glucose and nitrogen used to form amino acids in plants?

photosynthesis and dehydration synthesis

cellular respiration and the citric acid cycle

photosynthesis and nitrate absorption***

glycolysis and nitrate absorption

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  1. All correct, 100% :)

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  2. Is ATP energy starch produced by cellular respiration

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  3. can verify 100%

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  4. yes correct!

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  5. Cellular Respiration Produces
    Glucose
    oxygen
    ATP*****
    cellulose

    To produce starch, glucose molecules bond together and release a water molecule through which process?
    Photosynthesis
    Nucleotides
    Dehydration synthesis*****
    Cellular respiration

    By which process does yeast produce the carbon dioxide responsible for bread rising
    Glycolysis?
    Cellular respiration****
    Photosynthesis
    Dehydration synthesis

    What is a component of amino acid not contained in starch?
    Amino acids contain oxygen
    Amino acids contain nitrogen******
    Amino acids contain hydration
    Amino acids contain carbon

    Which process can provide the glucose and nitrogen used to form amino acids in plants
    Citric acid cycle
    Glycolsis
    Photosynthesis****
    Dehydration synthesis

    Hope this helped

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  6. 1. ATP
    2.dehydration synthesis
    3.cellular respiration
    4.Amino acids contain nitrogen
    5.photosynthesis

    Hope this help!

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  7. Answers are correct

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  8. Thanks

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  9. Still 100% in 2021

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  10. still correct thanks 🀞

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  11. Yep works, 2021. Although the last one is just photosynthesis

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  12. ty anonymous is 100%

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  13. Still works :D Thanks!

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