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34. With a dialysis bag that is impermeableto sucrose, a mass change of a beaker (with 0.1M sucrose) containing a dialysis tubing with 0.8M sucrose is due to:a.Sucrose moving into the bag from the beaker c. Water moving out of the bag in the beakerb.Sucrose moving out of the bag to the beaker d. Water moving into the bag fromthe beaker
35. The following image shows elodea leaf placed in 10% NaCl solution. List the term used to describe the changes observed after 5 min.1. Mitochondria2. Chloroplast3. Golgi complex4. Centrioles5. Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum6. Cell Wall7. Plasma Membranea.Shape and Protectionb.Gatekeeper of the Cell - Regulates movement in and out of the cell.c.Photosynthesisd.Generation of energy - "Powerhouse of the Cell"e.Synthesis of secretory proteinf.Cell divisiong.Modification, Shipping and Packaging CenterBased on the observation, explain what caused the dialysis bag to change color?
36. In the following experimental set up, 10% NaCl is hypotonic to the Elodea cells.37. When red blood cells are placed in a Hypertonic solution, they undergo
41. Enzymes are composed of what organic molecule?enzyme?39. On the image, which letter represents the substrate?40. On the image, which letter represents the product of the reaction?
42.A change in pH can change the shape of a protein. How might a change in pH affect the function of an enzyme? a.A new enzyme may be required to speed up the reaction.b.The enzyme may no longer be able to function for the substrate as a catalyst.
38. On the image, which letter represents the enzyme?39. On the image, which letter represents the substrate?40. On the image, which letter represents the product of the reaction?
43.The graph shows how enzymes affect reactions in cells. Which statement best summarizes the information shown in the graph?44.Which of the following conclusions can be drawn from this graph?45.Enzymes need certain environmental conditions in order to function properly. What happens when enzymes are heated to a high temperature?a.they dieb. they denaturec. they change their amino acid sequenced. they work better

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