What would happen if a group of misfolded enzymes in the chloroplast degraded NADPH in large amounts?

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What would happen if a group of misfolded enzymes in the chloroplast degraded NADPH in large amounts?

What would happen if a group of misfolded enzymes in the chloroplast degraded NADPH in large amounts?

a. The light reactions would not occur

b. The Calvin cycle would not take place

c. Organic sugars would not be available for cellular respiration

d. a. and b.

e. b. and c

What would happen in a eukaryotic cell if activator proteins were not present?

a. The mediator proteins would be unable to bind to the promoter

b. The general transcription factors would be unable to bind to the transcription initiation complex

c. RNA polymerase II would be unable to bind to the transcription initiation complex

d. The enhancer would be unable to bind to the transcription initiation complex

e. The DNA-bending protein would be unable to bind to the DNA

What would happen to a cell that is able to form the mitotic spindle but not the contractile ring of microfilaments?

a. The nucleus and cell would divide

b. Neither the nucleus nor the cell would divide

c. The nucleus would divide but the cell would not

d. The cell would divide by the nucleus would not

e. The cell would be unable to pass the M checkpoint

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