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Started:Submitted:Score:Points:Points: 10 out of 10Question 1How does growth work?Points: 10 out of 10Points: 0 out of 10From:null <Saved by Internet Explorer 11>Date:Wed, 16 Sep 2015 09 55 27 -0500To:CC:Subject:Energy QuizEnergy QuizAttempt 1 of 209/06/2015 11:49 AM EDT09/06/2015 12:10 PM EDT90%90 out of 100A. To grow, a cell must do both catabolic and anabolic reactions. Foodmolecules must be partly broken down and then rebuilt in new forms toenable growth; you aren’t exactly what you eat.B. To grow, a cell must only do anabolic reactions. Simpler foodmolecules are taken in and strung together to make more complexmolecules of the cell.C. To grow, a cell must do both catabolic and anabolic reactions.Organic food molecules are not complex enough to be used for growth.Therefore anabolic and catabolic reactions must be done to make themolecular structure more complex.D. To grow, a cell must simply take in complex organic molecules andstore them. You are exactly what you eat.FeedbackCorrect. Although all living things are made of the same basic set of molecule