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What is the function of the ribosomes?
Ribosomes are the site of protein synthesis. Chloroplasts absorb light energy for photosynthesis.
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Which substance moves out of respiring cells?
Carbon dioxide moves out of respiring cells. Glucose moves into respiring cells.
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How are bacterial cells different from animal cells?
Bacterial cells have a cell wall and no nucleus; animal cells have a nucleus but no cell wall.
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How are yeast cells different from bacterial cells?
Yeast cells have a nucleus but bacterial cells do not. Yeast cells and bacterial cells do not have vacuoles.
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What is the correct order for cells?
Cell → tissue → organ → organ system.
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What does the epithelial tissue in the stomach do?
Epithelial tissue covers the inner and outer surfaces of the stomach. Glandular tissue produces digestive juices in the stomach.
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In plants, stems and roots are example of?
Stems and roots are plant organs.
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Mesophyll is a tissue in plants. What does it do?
Mesophyll carries out photosynthesis. Xylem tissue brings water and dissolved solutes to the leaf.
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