Ribosenucleic acid (RNA)
A carbohydrate, glucose contained in them are essential to energy extraction for the organism.
A protein, it speeds up the rate of a chemical reaction by lowering the activation energy needed.
Fragment of DNA, replicates the genetic info of cells contained within an organism.
An organelle, breaks down food taken in by phagocytosis.
DNA polymerase, it added nucleoside triphosphate to the substrate solution.
Acid phosphatase, removed a phosphate group from substrate.
Glucose, it was absorbed during phosphorylation and gave off p-nitrophenol.
EcoR1, isolated the p-nitrophenol that was already present in the substrate.
A carbohydrate-substrate complex / cellular division to replicate itself.
A protein / an addition of peptide bonds to create an even larger macromolecule.
A sporophyte / meiosis II
A enzyme-substrate complex / a conformational structure change
Cellular respiration where inorganic and organic molecules are converted to energy.
A process where food is digested and then undergoes catabolic reactions for energy.
Process by which autotrophs convert light energy to an organic form of chemical energy.
Photosynthetic active radiated wavelengths.
The stroma of the chloroplast.
Within the thylakoid of the chloroplast.
WIthin RUBISCO enzyme in the leaf.
The cytoplasm of the cells present in the leaf.
Interphase and prophase
Interphase and cell division
Anaphase and telophase
Prophase and cell division