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Optional: You can receive up to 1 point per question. You need to explain what the correct answer is for each question. This requires that you explain why it is the correct answer and why the other answers are incorrect. This needs to be typed and submitted via email (send to [email protected]) by the end Saturday (4/22) . 1. An organism that carries out cellular respiration in its mitochondria ______. a. may be a cell from a terrestrial plant b. may be a prokaryotic cell from the domain Archaea c. is a bacterium d. may be any kind of cell 2. Which of these experimental treatments would increase the rate of sucrose transport into the cell via the H + /sucrose symporter? 3. The following figure represents the movement of molecules through a plasma
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