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Do you have any of the answers to these questions?

Post by huntenchik201221 » Fri Nov 07, 2008 1:40 am

33. when a phosphate group is removed from an ATP molecule,
a. a substatial amount of energy is released
b. an enzyme is formed
c. energy is stored
d. activation energy is released

38. Because of photosynthesis,
a. the atmosphere is rich in oxygen gas
b. the animals get energy directly from the sun
c. plants produce carbon dioxide
d. all of the above

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Post by MichaelXY » Fri Nov 07, 2008 2:18 am

33. when a phosphate group is removed from an ATP molecule
You have one less phosphate.

38. Because of photosynthesis
You will have a place to put your unused CO2

Really... These questions are just plain simple. Here is an idea. Read your book!

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Post by dvwaites » Fri Nov 07, 2008 5:19 am

33. when a phosphate group is removed from an ATP molecule,
a. a substatial amount of energy is released
b. an enzyme is formed
c. energy is stored
d. activation energy is released

its actually A

38. Because of photosynthesis,
a. the atmosphere is rich in oxygen gas
b. the animals get energy directly from the sun
c. plants produce carbon dioxide
d. all of the above

A

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Post by biohazard » Fri Nov 07, 2008 7:03 am

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38.

It's both A and C: plants produce oxygen via photosynthesis, but their cellular respiration produces carbon dioxide just like in animal cells. The overall balance is more oxygen than CO2, though.

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