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SCI 115 QUIZ 3 (2)

SCI 115 QUIZ 3 (2)

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In order to survive, heterotrophs must
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·       QUESTION 2

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A substrate is another term for a(an)
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·       QUESTION 3

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An enzyme’s specificity is based on
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When there is a “concentration gradient” this means that
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Oxygen, carbon dioxide, as well as other small molecules, cross the plasma membrane through the process of
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Osmosis involves
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The sodium-potassium pump is an example of
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Fossil fuels
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The products of light-dependent reactions of photosynthesis, ATP and NADPH, go on to be used
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·       QUESTION 10

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In photosynthesis, __________ absorb some wavelengths of light and reflect others?
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·       QUESTION 11

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Which of the following generates the most energy in the form of ATP?
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In aerobic respiration, the final electron acceptor at the end of an electron transport chain is ________________.


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