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41. Which statement best describes the relationship that exist among proteins, DNA, and cells A. Proteins combined to produce cells,which ProducesProduce DNA B. Proteins are made up of DNA, which determines cells that are produced C.DNA is made up of prot

why do cells increase the amount of surface area in some of their o...

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41. Which statement best describes the relationship that exist among proteins, DNA, and cells A. Proteins combined to produce cells,which ProducesProduce DNA B. Proteins are made up of DNA, which determines cells that are produced C.DNA is made up of prot

why do cells increase the amount of surface area in some of their organelles A. So they can fit more organelles in the cell B. So they can produce more ATP or glucose C. So they can move materials from one area of the cell to another quickly D. So they can copy their DNA

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41. C.DNA is made up of proteins, which tells a cell how to function
42. C. So they can move materials from one area of the cell to another quickly A DNA is made of proteins which was synthesized by ribosomes of the cell to produce protein and these proteins are churned into mRNA and then these mRNA and used to catalyse the DNA production.
DNA of a cell in the nucleus is the programmed individuality that controls, manages and organises the entire cell to function and initiate cellular activities.
It is more efficient, thus, to move materials quickly.

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