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Fats and steroids belong to what biomolecule class?
Which example is part of the scientific method?
Which organ is responsible for producing oxygenated blood?
Which organelle is DNA found in?
Which organelles work together to protect a plant cell from the external environment?
Which contains the most chlorophyll?
What phase is the cell cycle part of?
What is the correct order of phases in mitosis?
How many potassium and nitrogen ions are needed to form an ionic compound?
A human kidney is known to measure 125 grams. What measurement tool is most likely used to determine this value?
A positive charge and a negative charge are in close proximity. Which statement best describes the field lines around the charges?
Which of the following could be a result of the effects of aging on hormones?
Children on a turning bus feel a centrifugal force to the west. What is the direction of the centripetal force?
How can an organism have two alleles for each trait but only one of those alleles is expressed?
Transcription manufactures _____.
A bell tower is 52m tall. The bell weighs 201 N. What type of energy does the bell have?
Which process could serve as a way to consistently measure time?
What is polar molecule?
An atom has 28 protons, 32 neutrons, and 28 electrons. What is the name of this isotope?
Compare the melting points of three metals: gold (1063°C), lead (328°C), and mercury (-38.9°C). Which of the following statements is true regarding the states of matter of these elements at room temperature (around 23°C)?
What is the Celsius value for 85K?
A reporter on the scene of an approaching hurricane notes that a pier has on one of its piles a large vertical ruler marked in feet. She uses it to measure ocean waves as they approach shore, finding that the waves are reaching as high as 12 feet and as low as 3 feet. What is the peak-to-peak amplitude of these waves?