anonymous
  • anonymous
ATP is converted into ADP when energy is needed by an organism. If water were not available in the mitochondria, what would most likely happen? Photosynthesis would increase. The organism would lose oxygen. Alcohol fermentation would begin. Cleavage would be prevented.
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
none of the above seem likely: alcohol fermentation occurs with cellular respiration, photosynthesis won't occur without water, and cleavage is mitosis.
anonymous
  • anonymous
cleavage? you mean bond cleavage? no water means no hydrolysis, so no bond is broken

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