Both plants animals need mitochondria to A produce glucose B produce ATP C

Both plants animals need mitochondria to a produce

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13.Both plants & animals need mitochondria to A. produce glucose. B. produce ATP. C. produce lipids. D. breakdown protein. E. manufacture phospholipid. 14.Chloroplasts and mitochondria are similar in that they both
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15.The stack of thylakoids labeled "A" in this figure is called ________.16.Without a centrosome, cells would not be able to
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17.Which of the following is not a type of intracellular protein? A. actin filaments B. myosin C. cellulose D. microtubules E. keratin 18.Plant cells can communicate with each other via ________, as indicated by the arrow in the figure.19.Which of the following is NOT a possible function of the extracellular matrix in animal cells?
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20.Without tight junctions in certain tissues 21.Which of the following structures would NOT be seen in a prokaryotic cell? A. cell membrane B. nucleus C. ribosomes D. flagella E. chromosomes 22.Which of the following is a CORRECT matching of an organelle and its function?
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23.Which of the following organelles would form a membrane bound package also known as a vesicle?
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