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  1. The water molecules in ice are closer together than those in liquid water, so the ice forms a barrier that protects the organisms in the water from the freezing air temperatures. The water molecules in ice are farther apart than those in liquid water, so the ice floats, maintaining the .
  2. 5. Large molecules (polymers) are converted to monomers in what type of reaction? 6. The root words of hydrolysis will be used many times to form other words you will learn this year. What does each root word mean? hydro– lysis. 7. Consider the following reaction: C6H12O6 + C6H12O6Æ C12H22O a.
  3. Concept Eukaryotic cells have internal membranes that compartmentalize their functions. 5. Which two domains consist of prokaryotic cells? 6. A major difference between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells is the location of their DNA. Describe this difference.
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  5. 1: The molecules from glycolysis enter a series of reactions called the Krebs Cycle. 2: Energy is moved though a chain of proteins and a large number of ATP molecules are made. The oxygen is used to make water molecules, which are waste products.
  6. Study 25 Anatomy Chapter 3 flashcards from Rivanna Y. on StudyBlue. Centromeres break, and chromosomes begin migration toward opposite poles of the cell.
  7. The smallest and the most arboreal apes are the species of gibbons. Because of their diminutive size, these members of the family Hylobatidae are also referred to as the "lesser apes." Most a dult gibbons are only about 3 feet (90 cm.) tall standing upright and 1 pounds ( kg.) in weight. Males in the biggest gibbon species, known as s iamangs, are up to 30 pounds ( kg.).
  8. AP® BIOLOGY SCORING GUIDELINES Question 1 Membranes are essential components of all cells. (a) Identify THREE macromolecules that are components of the plasma membrane in a eukaryotic cell and discuss the structure and function of each.(6 points maximum; 1 point for each macromolecule + structure, 1 point for each macromolecule + function).
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