anonymous
  • anonymous
During winter's freezing temperatures, some plants can remove water from their cells to reduce the amount of water that will freeze inside them. Why would plants need to do this?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
grapes do this for example, because if the water forms crystals it will tear its membranes there killing its cells.
anonymous
  • anonymous
wait i have the choices As the water contracts during freezing, the cells would pull away from each other causing damage. Less water in the cells means the cells are smaller and need to do less work. The expansion of excess water as it turns to ice inside the cells would break the cells apart. The frozen water constricts organelles and causes plant cells to shrink
anonymous
  • anonymous
the expansion of excess water as it turns into ice inside the cell would break the cells apart.

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do you know this one?
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the first one sounds the most likely to me, I dnt knw any proteins that produce hormones but I am sorry because am not too sure :(
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its okay thank you do you happen to know this one? In 1838, Matthias Schleiden published his observation that plant tissues are composed of cells. A year later, Theodor Schwann published evidence that animal tissues were composed of cells. If Schwann did not publish his findings, then which question regarding cell theory would have remained unanswered? Answer Are plants and animals created from inorganic matter? Are plants and animals fundamentally different? Do plants and animals differ in how they obtain energy for life processes? Do plants and animals pass on their DNA during reproduction?
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the cell theory states that: All living things or organisms are made of cells and their products. New cells are created by old cells dividing into two. Cells are the basic building units of life. So c would be the most likely because energy processes occur in the cells :) you are welcome, its helping study for exams lol
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water molecules are produced so they wont affect ATP production, and oxygen and ADP are needed to make ATP so none of those, so d is your answer
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