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Cell Questions and Answers (Q&A)

R. Barnes, Professional Gamer
Answered: Sep 08, 2020
Cells are regarded as the building blocks of life because every organism is made up of many cells. They form the basic structural and functional unit of a living organism. This is explained in...Read More

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Jennaross
Answered: Sep 29, 2020
Damage to DNA

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John Smith
Answered: Sep 29, 2020
Both b and c are correct.

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John Smith
Answered: Sep 29, 2020
Ca2+-irreversible cellular injury is likely to occur when calcium increases within cells. this calcium can influx into cellsand be released from mitochondria and endoplasmic reticulum. the calcium...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Sep 29, 2020
Is the entry site for TRNA at the ribosome
Is where the TRNA carrying the growth polypeptide is located
Is the TRNA exit site from the ribosome

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John Smith
Answered: Sep 29, 2020
Hydroxyl radical-excessive iron ingestion, particularly in a child, can overwhelm the bodys ability to bind the absorbed free iron withthe transport protein transferrin. the free iron contributes to...Read More

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G. GRAY, Writer
Answered: Jan 08, 2020
Active transport is a cellular process of moving molecules across a cellular membrane (into or outside a cell) with the use of cellular energy. Active transport is further divided into primary...Read More

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Anika Nicole, Wordsmith
Answered: Jun 23, 2020
The correct answer is option A - cell membrane. A prokaryotic cell is a simple unicellular cell that lacks a nucleus; examples of a prokaryotic cell are bacteria and archaea. The eukary...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Sep 29, 2020
Dystrophic calcification-the valve is stenotic because of nodular deposits of calcium. the process is dystrophic because calcium deposition occurs in damaged tissues. the damage in this patient is a...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Sep 29, 2020
Caseous necrosis-the cheese-like appearance gives this form of necrosis its namecaseous necrosis. in the lung, tuberculosis andfungal infections are most likely to produce this pattern of tissue...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Sep 29, 2020
Hyperplasia-nodular prostatic hyperplasia (also known as benign prostatic hyperplasia [bph]) is a common condition in oldermen that results from proliferation of prostatic glands and stroma. the...Read More

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Robert Hazlewood, Senior Executive
Answered: Jun 07, 2019
Alpha Thalassemia is the condition wherein there is a reduction or the absence of alpha globin chains. Beta Thalassemia refers to the lack or the absence of the beta globin chains. It should be...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Sep 29, 2020
Autophagy-autophagy is a form of cellular downsizing in response to stress, as the cell consumes itself, by upregulating atgsgenes. lipofuscin granules are residual bodies left over from this...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Sep 29, 2020
Glutathione-glutathione in the cytosol helps to reduce cellular injury from many toxic metabolites and free radicals. adp isconverted to atp by oxidative and glycolytic cellular pathways to provide...Read More

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H.Harper
Answered: Feb 19, 2020
The correct answer is option D – with a nucleus A eukaryotic cell is a cell with a nucleus. It is a complex cell that has genetic material organized in the nuclei. Eukaryotic cells contain...Read More

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