Question Solved1 Answer Label the following biological entities from smallest to largest, starting at 1. Muscle cells Virus Mitochondrion Carbon atom \( \mathrm{Na}+/ \mathrm{K}+ \) ATPase enzymeWhat kinds of bonds are present in this molecule? Mostly polar \( \mathrm{OH} \) bonds Mostly polar \( \mathrm{NH} \) bonds Mostly nonpolar \( \mathrm{OH} \) bonds Mostly polar \( Label the following biological entities from smallest to largest, starting at 1. Muscle cells Virus Mitochondrion Carbon atom \( \mathrm{Na}+/ \mathrm{K}+ \) ATPase enzymeWhat kinds of bonds are present in this molecule? Mostly polar \( \mathrm{OH} \) bonds Mostly polar \( \mathrm{NH} \) bonds Mostly nonpolar \( \mathrm{OH} \) bonds Mostly polar \( \mathrm{CO} \) bonds Mostly polar \( \mathrm{CC} \) and \( \mathrm{CH} \) bonds Mostly nonpolar CC and \( \mathrm{CH} \) bondsInorganic ions such as potassium \( (\mathrm{K}+) \) and chloride \( (\mathrm{Cl}-) \) are essential for cellular function. Which of the following illustrations does not represent how these atoms would interact with water within our cells? \( { }^{* *} \) select all that apply** A B \( \mathrm{D} \) These ions don't interact with water

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Transcribed Image Text: Label the following biological entities from smallest to largest, starting at 1. Muscle cells Virus Mitochondrion Carbon atom \( \mathrm{Na}+/ \mathrm{K}+ \) ATPase enzyme What kinds of bonds are present in this molecule? Mostly polar \( \mathrm{OH} \) bonds Mostly polar \( \mathrm{NH} \) bonds Mostly nonpolar \( \mathrm{OH} \) bonds Mostly polar \( \mathrm{CO} \) bonds Mostly polar \( \mathrm{CC} \) and \( \mathrm{CH} \) bonds Mostly nonpolar CC and \( \mathrm{CH} \) bonds Inorganic ions such as potassium \( (\mathrm{K}+) \) and chloride \( (\mathrm{Cl}-) \) are essential for cellular function. Which of the following illustrations does not represent how these atoms would interact with water within our cells? \( { }^{* *} \) select all that apply** A B \( \mathrm{D} \) These ions don't interact with water
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Transcribed Image Text: Label the following biological entities from smallest to largest, starting at 1. Muscle cells Virus Mitochondrion Carbon atom \( \mathrm{Na}+/ \mathrm{K}+ \) ATPase enzyme What kinds of bonds are present in this molecule? Mostly polar \( \mathrm{OH} \) bonds Mostly polar \( \mathrm{NH} \) bonds Mostly nonpolar \( \mathrm{OH} \) bonds Mostly polar \( \mathrm{CO} \) bonds Mostly polar \( \mathrm{CC} \) and \( \mathrm{CH} \) bonds Mostly nonpolar CC and \( \mathrm{CH} \) bonds Inorganic ions such as potassium \( (\mathrm{K}+) \) and chloride \( (\mathrm{Cl}-) \) are essential for cellular function. Which of the following illustrations does not represent how these atoms would interact with water within our cells? \( { }^{* *} \) select all that apply** A B \( \mathrm{D} \) These ions don't interact with water
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