• Plant cell when plasmolysed?

    Best answer: It is salt and other substances like amino acids, mineral salts and glucose.
    Best answer: It is salt and other substances like amino acids, mineral salts and glucose.
    2 answers · Botany · 9 years ago
  • HELP HELP HELP! bio homework on the cell.?

    Best answer: DOORS = carrier protein WINDOW = pore protein FUEL TANK = vacuole ENGINE = mitochondria TIRES = pseudopodia STEERING = nuclues
    Best answer: DOORS = carrier protein WINDOW = pore protein FUEL TANK = vacuole ENGINE = mitochondria TIRES = pseudopodia STEERING = nuclues
    3 answers · Biology · 9 years ago
  • Ten scientists who have made major contributions to the understanding of DNA?

    Best answer: as u wish! 1 Friedrich Miescher 2 Phoebus Levene 3 William Astbury 4 Frederick Griffith 5 Colin MacLeod 6 Maclyn McCarty 7 Alfred Hershey 8 Martha Chase 9 James D. Watson last but not least... 10 Francis Crick
    Best answer: as u wish! 1 Friedrich Miescher 2 Phoebus Levene 3 William Astbury 4 Frederick Griffith 5 Colin MacLeod 6 Maclyn McCarty 7 Alfred Hershey 8 Martha Chase 9 James D. Watson last but not least... 10 Francis Crick
    3 answers · Biology · 8 years ago
  • Can't edit power point, help!?

    Best answer: 2 answer from me : FIRST : right click at your document, make sure it is not and check the attributes, make sure the check box button is clear. Click the Advance button besides it and make sure it is ready for archiving. SECOND : its may corrupted due to the worm or virus Win32.Sohanat (worm). it will corrupted all your Microsoft... show more
    Best answer: 2 answer from me : FIRST : right click at your document, make sure it is not and check the attributes, make sure the check box button is clear. Click the Advance button besides it and make sure it is ready for archiving. SECOND : its may corrupted due to the worm or virus Win32.Sohanat (worm). it will corrupted all your Microsoft office document. If you are using Anti Spyware/Malware/AVG, it will be deleted.
    2 answers · Software · 9 years ago
  • Why is hydrophilic and hydrophobic important to cell membranes?

    Best answer: The hydrophilic interfacial regions are saturated with water, while the lipophilic core region contains essentially no water. Because the oily core of the bilayer is only permeable to small hydrophobic solutes polar compounds the bilayer prevents charged molecules such as sugars and salts from exiting the cell. So in simple way we can... show more
    Best answer: The hydrophilic interfacial regions are saturated with water, while the lipophilic core region contains essentially no water. Because the oily core of the bilayer is only permeable to small hydrophobic solutes polar compounds the bilayer prevents charged molecules such as sugars and salts from exiting the cell. So in simple way we can say its seprate som molecules to enter the cell.... its complicated to explain here, go to my reference and see under <Structure and Function> and <Biological Roles>
    3 answers · Biology · 9 years ago
  • What are the dissolved substances in cell sap?

    Best answer: It contains water, amino acids, glucose, and salts. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cell_sap
    Best answer: It contains water, amino acids, glucose, and salts. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cell_sap
    2 answers · Biology · 9 years ago
  • Plzz help meeee!!!?!?!? eukaryotic gene regulation (bio question)?

    Best answer: that need a loooooong answer! please! free your time to click the following link : http://users.rcn.com/jkimball.ma.ultrane... (it explain everything!)
    Best answer: that need a loooooong answer! please! free your time to click the following link : http://users.rcn.com/jkimball.ma.ultrane... (it explain everything!)
    2 answers · Biology · 9 years ago
  • I need help in Biology?

    Best answer: answers: 01 prey-predator 02 mutualism 03 commensalism
    Best answer: answers: 01 prey-predator 02 mutualism 03 commensalism
    1 answer · Biology · 8 years ago
  • Please help ASAP! for TEST!!?

    Best answer: * a whorl of sepals (collectively called the calyx) * a whorl of petals (collectively called the corolla) * stamens in which the microsporangia form * carpels in which the megasporangia form. answer:sepals
    Best answer: * a whorl of sepals (collectively called the calyx) * a whorl of petals (collectively called the corolla) * stamens in which the microsporangia form * carpels in which the megasporangia form. answer:sepals
    3 answers · Biology · 9 years ago
  • Monosaccharides, disaccharides etc.?

    Best answer: Monosaccharides (basic) = glucose = fructose = galactose Disaccharides = sucrose (common table sugar)-------------> glucose + fructose = lactose (major sugar in milk)----------------> glucose + galactose = maltose (product of starch digestion)----> glucose + glucose Polysaccharides = starches ( amylose and... show more
    Best answer: Monosaccharides (basic) = glucose = fructose = galactose Disaccharides = sucrose (common table sugar)-------------> glucose + fructose = lactose (major sugar in milk)----------------> glucose + galactose = maltose (product of starch digestion)----> glucose + glucose Polysaccharides = starches ( amylose and amylopectin ) = glycogen ( a polymer of glucose ) = cellulose ( found in the cell wall ) *The resulting linkage between the sugars is called a glycosidic bond.
    4 answers · Biology · 9 years ago
  • Cells produced are haploid...?

    Best answer: 4.True for Meiosis only Only meiosis produce haploid daughter cells. Easy to remember: If mitosis = 2 daughter cells, diploid (2n) If meiosis = 4 daughter cells, haploid (n)
    Best answer: 4.True for Meiosis only Only meiosis produce haploid daughter cells. Easy to remember: If mitosis = 2 daughter cells, diploid (2n) If meiosis = 4 daughter cells, haploid (n)
    3 answers · Biology · 9 years ago
  • Follicle secretes estrogen which causes what?

    Best answer: Follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) and luteinizing hormone (LH) stimulate the production of estrogen in the ovaries.
    Best answer: Follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) and luteinizing hormone (LH) stimulate the production of estrogen in the ovaries.
    2 answers · Biology · 9 years ago
  • Human cheek cell vs epidermal cell of an onion?

    Best answer: epidermal cell of onion, why? because it has fix and elongated shape compare to the human cheek cell..
    Best answer: epidermal cell of onion, why? because it has fix and elongated shape compare to the human cheek cell..
    1 answer · Biology · 9 years ago
  • Meiosis and mitosis questions?

    Best answer: easy to remember, just remember this : Meiosis = for gonad cell (gametes) = occur at reproductive organs only = produces 4 haploid daughter cell (n) Mitosis = all cells except gametes = occur at all parts of our body except reproductive organs = produces 2 diploid daughter cells (2n)
    Best answer: easy to remember, just remember this : Meiosis = for gonad cell (gametes) = occur at reproductive organs only = produces 4 haploid daughter cell (n) Mitosis = all cells except gametes = occur at all parts of our body except reproductive organs = produces 2 diploid daughter cells (2n)
    4 answers · Biology · 9 years ago
  • Which four listed below possess the same type of skeleton?

    Best answer: Chitin forms the exoskeleton in arthropods including insects, arachnids such as spiders, crustaceans such as crabs and lobsters and in some fungi and bacteria. For earthworms, they are a type of muscular hydrostat..
    Best answer: Chitin forms the exoskeleton in arthropods including insects, arachnids such as spiders, crustaceans such as crabs and lobsters and in some fungi and bacteria. For earthworms, they are a type of muscular hydrostat..
    3 answers · Biology · 9 years ago
  • Starting with one diploid cell, what are the end products of this cell undergoing Mitosis and Meiosis?

    Best answer: If mitosis = 2 daughter cells, diploid (2n) If meiosis = 4 daughter cells, haploid (n)
    Best answer: If mitosis = 2 daughter cells, diploid (2n) If meiosis = 4 daughter cells, haploid (n)
    4 answers · Biology · 9 years ago
  • What is with the 'Coeus blumei Benth' plant (mayana plant)?

    Best answer: The Fabaceae are herbs, vines , shrubs , trees , and lianas found in both temperate and tropical areas. They comprise one of the largest families of flowering plants , numbering 630 genera and 18,000 species
    Best answer: The Fabaceae are herbs, vines , shrubs , trees , and lianas found in both temperate and tropical areas. They comprise one of the largest families of flowering plants , numbering 630 genera and 18,000 species
    3 answers · Biology · 9 years ago
  • How Are Reproductive Cells Form?

    Best answer: It form through the below process: Ovum = oogenesis Sperm = Sprematogenesis Free your time to look at my reference, really help!
    Best answer: It form through the below process: Ovum = oogenesis Sperm = Sprematogenesis Free your time to look at my reference, really help!
    3 answers · Biology · 9 years ago
  • Is antimatter the opposite of matter?

    Best answer: yes
    Best answer: yes
    3 answers · Astronomy & Space · 9 years ago