B bacteria called obligate anaerobes cannot live in the presence of oxygen c bacteria called facultative anaerobes can use oxygen when it is available, but they do not depend upon it single cell c) ribosome d) cell wall ____28) what are all of the known species of bacteria a) eukaryotes. Which gas would most likely be found in the greatest amount in the bubbles a oxygen b nitrogen c ozone d carbon dioxide c decreased atp in root cells d decreased concentration of oxygen in leaf cells 43 the leaves of a plant are dotted with openings known as stomata. All the following are functions of the blood except: a) it transports oxygen from the lungs to the cells b) it protects the body from disease c) it transports nutrients from the digestive system to the body cells d) it coordinates all the activities of the body cells. Interacting systems of molecules enclosed in compartments called _____ evolved 38 billion years ago in c) cell wall d) glycoproteins e) it occurs in the cytoplasm of the cell b) it requires oxygen c) it results in the oxidation of glucose d. 1 which of the following are the reactants in cellular respiration (a) carbon dioxide, ethanol and energy (b) glucose and oxygen (c) lactic acid and energy (d) glucose, carbon dioxide and energy 2 lactic acid and energy is produced in muscle cells during (a) aerobic respiration. 14in the cells of the human body, oxygen molecules are used directly in a process that a) the overall changes in the population of mice can be explained best by a)more pathogens may be resistant to the soap b)microbes prevent viral diseases. Chapter 46circulatory and respiratory systems multiple choice 1 b oxygen binds with hemoglobin in the red blood cells c the red blood cells give up oxygen to the cells of the body tissues d all of the above ans: d dif: 1 obj: 46-33.
A the cell's volume increases b it becomes more difficult for the cell to get rid of wastes c each daughter cell receives its own copy of the parent cell's dna d it becomes more difficult for the cell to get enough oxygen and nutrients i know for sure that the answer is not b or d, so im stuck between a and d. C) to deliver oxygen and nutrients to cells in the body d) to bring oxygen into the body 2 what gas do our cells need a) carbon dioxide b) nitrogen c) oxygen 3 what gas do our cells give off as waste a) nitrogen b) carbon dioxide c) oxygen circulatory system. Respiratory system questions 1 which of the following bones does not contain a c dust cells - increase d hepatic cells - decrease e carbonic anhydrase hemoglobin has a greater affinity for carbon monoxide than for oxygen c the majority of co 2 in the blood is in the form. Mitochondria are tubular-shaped organelles that are found in the cytoplasm of every eukaryotic cell in the animal cell, they are the main power generators, converting oxygen and nutrients into energy. Oxygen and cancer: how low oxygen levels breed cancer by damaging cellular respiration when a cell is ill from lack of oxygen or its inability to metabolize oxygen, the cell danger response is activated for that cell.
Cell energetics practice which chemical shown in figure 8-3 is an electron carrier molecule a h 2o b carbon dioxide c nadp+ d oxygen ____ 18 a student is collecting the gas given off from a plant in bright sunlight at a temperature of 27°c. 1the cell theory states that a)mitochondrion-movement b) c)a cell membrane d)centrioles c)oxygen and chlorophyll d)glucose and water 13which substances must a green plant obtain from its environment to carry on photosynthesis.
____ 1 as a cell grows, it a places more demands on its dna b uses up food and oxygen more quickly c has more trouble moving enough materials across its cell membrane. Cells oxygen levels mainly depend on basal breathing patterns hyperventilation reduces cell and brain oxygenation.
It is also known as oxygen toxicity syndrome, oxygen intoxication, and oxygen poisoning oxygen is necessary for cell metabolism, and the blood supplies it to all parts of the body when oxygen is breathed at high partial pressures. Photosynthesis and cellular respiration practice problems most animals make energy available for cell activity by transferring the potential energy of glucose to atp carbon dioxide (b) nitrogen (c) oxygen (d) hydrogen (e) water vapor 47 the. D) c and o 12) carrier molecules the cell c) the end products of generating carbon dioxide and oxygen in the electron transport chain c) substrate-level phosphorylation d) transferring electrons from organic molecules to pyruvate e) converting oxygen to atp.
The hydrogen-oxygen (air) fuel cell with carbon electrodes by karl kordesch re search lab0 rat0 rie s national carbon company division of union carbide corporation cleveland, ohio it rqduc tion the reversal of water electrolysis on platinum electrodes in the, first. A water and oxygen b oxygen and red blood cells c carbon dioxide and water d carbon dioxide and red blood cells ____ 2 where in the respiratory system does gas exchange occur how many loops does the human circulatory system contain. Bcor 011 exam 2, 2004 name:_____ section: _____ multiple choice choose c the cell will shrivel and then return to normal d c a fermentation process that takes place in the absence of oxygen d cellular respiration e none of the above. Because cellular respiration requires oxygen it is said to be _____ a aerobic b anaerobic how many = p y r u v i c a c i d 14 cell organelle which acts as the cell's power plant to burn glucose and store energy as atp. Biology 105 - human biology cells c) tissues d) organs e) organ systems answer: b diff: 1 the process by which molecules such as oxygen are moved into cells along their concentration gradient directly through the cell membrane is called a. C) releases oxygen d) releases glucose 11) carbon dioxide is returned to the atmosphere primarily by the a) to control what enters and leaves the cell d) to produce macromolecules within the cell 18) animal cells contain all of the following structures except a a) nucleus. Respiratory system review: practice test matching: choose the correct answer for each question b oxygen binds with hemoglobin in the red blood cells c the red blood cells give up oxygen to the cells of the body tissues d all of the above.