anonymous
  • anonymous
Which cell structure serves the stated function in both eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells A)nucleus:stores genetic information B)cytoplasm:protects cell structures C)ribosomes:regulate cell processes D)DNA:surrounds cell contents
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schrodinger
  • schrodinger
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greatlife44
  • greatlife44
Well clearly, it's not a nucleus because that is a part of the cell that is more developed in eukaryotic cells. not prokaryotic cells. what do you think the answer is?
anonymous
  • anonymous
B
anonymous
  • anonymous
most likley

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greatlife44
  • greatlife44
@GuitarNerd2015 why do you think it's b? just asking
anonymous
  • anonymous
Cytoplasm is not really a "structure", and I think that is key here.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Reread the question, and it is HORRIBLE. Ribosomes do not "regulate cell processes" they build proteins.
greatlife44
  • greatlife44
@mrdoldum I completely missed that, although they share ribosomes, the process they stated for it is incorrect. so it's not B.

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