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Question 1 1 points Save The group of biological molecules most diverse in function is:
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Question 2 1 points Save Specifically, a peptide bond forms between which groups? Question 3 1 points Save Two classes of organic compounds typically provide energy for living systems. Representatives of these two classes are Question 4 1 points Save Where do covalent bonds form between two deoxyribose nucleotides? Question 5 1 points Save Which of these is NOT a nucleic acid? Question 6 1 points Save The slowest rate of diffusion of dye particles in water will occur in which situation? Question 7 1 points Save For diffusion to occur, there must be Question 8 1 points Save ____________ are used in animal tissues to hold the tissues together.
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Question 9 1 points Save Active transport requires Question 10 1 points Save The blood plasma of a man who drinks saltwater will become ________ to his red blood cells, whereas the red blood cells will be ________ to the blood plasma. Question 1 1 of 1 points The group of biological molecules most diverse in function is: Selected Answer: Question 2 1 of 1 points Specifically, a peptide bond forms between which groups? Selected Answer: Question 3 1 of 1 points Two classes of organic compounds typically provide energy for living systems. Representatives of these two classes are Selected Answer: Question 4 0 of 1 points Where do covalent bonds form between two deoxyribose nucleotides?
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