Which of the following is a function of cellulose in plants? A. Storage of fat
B. Formation of mitochondria
C. Storage of energy
D. Formation of cell walls


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Answer: The answer would be ( D. formation of cell walls)

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To learn about human interactions with and views on the environment over time, which discipline would you likely study? a. ecology b. archaeology c. history of environmental science d. environmental history. 2. In a forest, loggers want to cut down trees, environmentalists want to protect an owl species, politicians want to open the area up for logging, and indigenous people want to protect the trees. Which viewpoint are the loggers most likely to have? a. dominion view b. steward view c. Gaia hypothesis d. deep ecology


1 ) c. history of environmental science

Environmental science is a field that integrates physical, biological and information sciences.

What factors influence a regions photosynthetic activity


Two factors infuence the regions photosynthetic productivity which would be the amount of solar radiation and the availability of nutrients because solar radiation is needed as well as nutrients which keeps the plant healthy 
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On the hawaiian islands, evidence indicates that the 50 species of plants in the the "silversword alliance" all arose from a single immigrant plant. the plants in the "silversword alliance" are extremely diverse and include trees, shrubs, lianas and other herbaceous plants. this is an example of adaptive radiation.


It is true. The Mauna Kea Silversword is highly endangered flowering plant endemic which is Hawaii island. Mauna Kea silversword is a member of the silversword alliance. The group has fifty species in the three genera of endemic Hawaii islands.
It is an erect, monocarpic single-stemmed, basically wordy herb, spirally arranged. The leaves are being covered with a dense layer of long silvery hairs, the leaves have essential ability to store water as a gel in the intracellular spaces whereby the other plants leaves they contain air in them.

Which of these statements is correct regarding the location of glycolysis and cell respiration? A. Glycolysis occurs in the mitochondria; cell respiration occurs in the cytoplasm.

B. Both glycolysis and cell respiration occurs in the mitochondria.

C. Glycolysis occurs in the cytoplasm; cell respiration occurs in the mitochondria.


Answer: Option C


The process of glycolysis takes place in the cytoplasm of the cell. It converts glucose into pyruvate.

The free energy is released in this process to form high energy molecules know as ATP and NADH.

The process of cellular respiration takes place in the mitochondria where the energy is released in the form of ATP.

The energy from the food is converted into the form of ATP which is used by the body.

Glycolysis occurs in the cytoplasm; Cell respiration occurs in the mitochondria.
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