anonymous
  • anonymous
whena root is placed on its side, what happens to the amyloplasts in the root cap cells? a) they movey away from the direction of gravity b) they settle in the direction of gravity c) they move into the root apical meristem d) they are digested by amylase e) they move into a root hair
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@misssunshinexxoxo can you help me with that question ?
Phebe
  • Phebe
First to answer this you have to know what a amyloplasts is......... Do you know?
anonymous
  • anonymous
amyloplast are used for starch storage in cells of roots and tubers .

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anonymous
  • anonymous
@Phebe
Phebe
  • Phebe
Yes, so if it is turned to the side what do you think will happen to the amyloplasts
anonymous
  • anonymous
it is C right
Phebe
  • Phebe
Yes that is what i think
Phebe
  • Phebe
WELCOME TO OPENSTUDY!!
anonymous
  • anonymous
im sorry, it is wrong. I choose C, my teacher marked it is wrong
Phebe
  • Phebe
what was the answer?
Phebe
  • Phebe
your in connexus?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I dont know, she told me have to find the answer by myself and explain for her why. That is the reason why i have no clue about this question
Phebe
  • Phebe
okay ill help you then
Phebe
  • Phebe
what school your in?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I m in white station high school
Phebe
  • Phebe
okay cool, well ill help u get the answer
anonymous
  • anonymous
yep plzzz i need help so bad.
Phebe
  • Phebe
I got you
Phebe
  • Phebe
okay so we can cancel C because thats wrong
Phebe
  • Phebe
We look at the other answer choices
anonymous
  • anonymous
sure lolllll
Phebe
  • Phebe
LOL MMMHMMM
Phebe
  • Phebe
Amylase is a digestive enzyme that acts on starch in food, SO IT MIGHT BE D
Phebe
  • Phebe
YOUR ANSWER WILL BE OUT OF D AND E okay
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok
Phebe
  • Phebe
which one you think it is
anonymous
  • anonymous
I think a but i dont know how to explain
Phebe
  • Phebe
um.... yea you think A that actually wasnt what i thought the answer was but hold on let me read the question again
Phebe
  • Phebe
WAITT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ik the answer now lol both of us was wrong
Phebe
  • Phebe
i should have read it better but your answer is B and i will explain it to you
Phebe
  • Phebe
Geotropism (also known as gravitropism) is a turning or growth movement by a plant or fungus in response to gravity. It is a general feature of all higher and many lower plants as well as other organisms. Charles Darwin was one of the first to scientifically document that roots show positive gravitropism and stems show negative gravitropism. That is, roots grow in the direction of gravitational pull (i.e., downward) and stems grow in the opposite direction (i.e., upwards). This behavior can be easily demonstrated with any potted plant. When laid onto its side, the growing parts of the stem begin to display negative gravitropism, growing (biologists say, turning; see tropism) upwards. Herbaceous (non-woody) stems are capable of a small degree of actual bending, but most of the redirected movement occurs as a consequence of root or stem growth in a new direction.
Phebe
  • Phebe
SO YOUR ANSWER IS B
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok thank you so much
anonymous
  • anonymous
can i ask you another question?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Why dont the algae a group of organisms fixes nitrogen?
Phebe
  • Phebe
WELCOME!!! :D
Phebe
  • Phebe
hopefully this helps you
Phebe
  • Phebe
http://academic.reed.edu/biology/Nitrogen/Nfix1.html
Phebe
  • Phebe
Wait re-put your question i think you typed it wrong ill help you
anonymous
  • anonymous
the question is what group of organism fixes nitrogen? i answer the question is bacteria. my teacher wants me to explain why the algae did not the grup of that organism
Phebe
  • Phebe
so you want to know what group of organisms fixes nitrogen?
Phebe
  • Phebe
If thats your question your answer is Microorganisms
anonymous
  • anonymous
I dont get it.
anonymous
  • anonymous
they have a choose a) bacteria, b) algae, c) fungi, d) earthworms. At first, i choose b, but it is wrong, i find the right anwers is a, but i dont know how to explain why b is wrong
Phebe
  • Phebe
Microorganisms is bacteria
Phebe
  • Phebe
so................. let me explain it
Phebe
  • Phebe
Hopefully this helps Nitrogen fixation, natural and synthetic, is essential for all forms of life because nitrogen is required to biosynthesize basic building blocks of plants, animals and other life forms, e.g., nucleotides for DNA and RNA and amino acids for proteins. Therefore, nitrogen fixation is essential for agriculture and the manufacture of fertilizer. It is also an important process in the manufacture of explosives (e.g. gunpowder, dynamite, TNT, etc.). Nitrogen fixation occurs naturally in the air by means of lightning.[2][3] Biological nitrogen fixation can include conversion to nitrogen dioxide. All biological nitrogen fixation is done by way of nitrogenase metalo-enzymes which contain iron, molybdenum, or vanadium. Microorganisms that can fix nitrogen are prokaryotes (both bacteria and archaea, distributed throughout their respective kingdoms) called diazotrophs. Some higher plants, and some animals (termites), have formed associations (symbiosis) with diazotrophs.
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok i got it thank you so much
Phebe
  • Phebe
WELCOME!! need anything else just pm me or tag me
anonymous
  • anonymous
sure thank you
Phebe
  • Phebe
Oh by the way since I;ve helped you with this question you should close it

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