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This just doesn't make sense, please explain as well

The cells of seaweed which actively absorb
iodide ions from sea water would be expected
to have large numbers of:

A chloroplasts
B mitochondria
C ribosomes
D vacuoles.
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I think it is B.
it is 'actively absorbing' the iodide ions which means the process needs energy and mitochondria make ATP


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Actively absorb = active transport = needs energy = mitochondria where respiration takes place to release ATP

The answer is mitochondria
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Agree with the members before. I think that the iodide ions are absorbed by seaweeds just to create energy, so ATP. And mitochondria are responsible for ATP.

Ribosomes are creating proteins by amino acids, vacuoles are using to save - or store - proteins and chloroplasts are absorbing the light to manage photosynthesis. That is why it must be mitochondria.
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Agree with the members before. I think that the iodide ions are absorbed by seaweeds just to create energy, so ATP. And mitochondria are responsible for ATP.

Ribosomes are creating proteins by amino acids, vacuoles are using to save - or store - proteins and chloroplasts are absorbing the light to manage photosynthesis. That is why it must be mitochondria.

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(Original post by NineTailedFox)
I think it is B.
it is 'actively absorbing' the iodide ions which means the process needs energy and mitochondria make ATP


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Makes sooo much sense now, thank you
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(Original post by Nucleotide)
Actively absorb = active transport = needs energy = mitochondria where respiration takes place to release ATP

The answer is mitochondria
Ur explanation is great, thank u soo much!
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Thank u sooo much
Always at your service! :top2:

By the way you have forgotten to give NineTailedFox a reputation (I gave it to him instead). I just told it to you. If you give reputations to every single one who gave a helpful answer to you, no one should be forgotten by you... :yes:
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Always at your service! :top2:

By the way you have forgotten to give NineTailedFox a reputation (I gave it to him instead). I just told it to you. If you give reputations to every single one who gave a helpful answer to you, no one should be forgotten by you... :yes:
Haha ur right, i did try to give him a reputation but it said that i gave my limit for the day
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