DNA constructs proteins whereas RNA translates genetic information.
DNA makes up ribosomes whereas RNA transfers genetic information.
DNA translates genetic information whereas RNA maintains genetic information.
DNA maintains genetic information whereas RNA helps construct proteins based on genetic information.
Both use the same method of absorbing water.
Both need to obtain energy.
Both need to produce glucose.
Both occupy the same position in a food chain.
46 … haploid … 1n
23 … haploid … 1n
23 … diploid … 2n
46 … diploid … 2n
It will be unable to carry out respiration.
It will lose water through osmosis.
It will break down the ribosomes in the cell.
It will be unable to photosynthesize.
It allows the zygote formed from fertilization to have triple the chromosome number of the organism.
It allows gametes to have twice the original number of chromosomes of the organism.
It allows gametes to have half the original number of chromosomes of the organism.
It allows the zygote formed from fertilization to have half the original number of chromosomes of the organism.
It would increase cell specialization in organs.
It would change the sequence of DNA nucleotides in affected cells.
It would produce new nucleotides for DNA molecules.
It would cause an increase in red blood cell production.
to create new species of organisms
To control microorganisms in the soil
To prevent habitats from being destroyed
To treat certain types of diseases
The photosystems produce ATP synthase for the Calvin cycle.
The photosystems build sugars with the carbon dioxide produced by the Calvin cycle.
The photosystems transfer energy to the Calvin cycle through ATP and NADPH.
The photosystems transfer hydrogen ions and carbon dioxide to the Calvin cycle.
Thee weathering of rocks
To ensure daughter cells have a complete copy of the DNA
To prevent mutations from occurring in cells
To provide genetic variation within specific organisms
To allow prokaryotic cells to undergo meiosis
Carried across by a protein
Going against the concentration gradient
Too small to move independently
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