Quiz4_3pm - genes are only found in chromosomes In plants,...

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The endosymbiotic theory, which was first suggested in the 1800’s but later revised by _____________, states that _______________________. A. Linnaeus; tubeworms and their symbiotic bacteria are examples of the early origin of eukaryotes. B. Margulis; some of the cellular compartmentalization in eukaryotes was due to an ancestral eukaryote engulfing a prokaryote C. Miller and Urey; nuclear membranes are the based on protobiont formation within cells D. Margulis; nuclear membranes are the result of the invagination of the cell membrane E. Margulis; small ribosomes in the nucleus of eukaryotes are the result of ribosome transfer
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If an immature sporophyte undergoes mitosis and grows to be a mature sporophyte, what happens to the number of copies of each gene that it has in each of its cells? A. Goes from haploid to diploid B. Remains haploid C. Remains diploid D. Goes from diploid to haploid E. The sporophyte doesn't have any genes,
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Unformatted text preview: genes are only found in chromosomes In plants, why was the cuticle an adaptation for living on land? A. It enabled sporophytic dominance B. It eventually evolved into the seed C. It provided protection against water loss (dessication) D. The cuticle enables the roots to search for water sources E. It is essential to the heterosporous lifecycles used on land The bacterium Treponema pallidum causes ___________ and has a ____________ shape. A. Gonorrhea; rod-like. B. Legionaire’s disease; spherical. C. syphilis; helical. D. pneumonia; rectangular. E. syphilis; spherical. In plants with alternation of generations: A. gametes fuse to form the gametophyte B. the zygote is always retained within the sporophyte C. there is a multicellular haploid phase and a multicellular diploid phase D. there is a megaspore and a microspore E. none of the above....
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This note was uploaded on 07/27/2008 for the course BIO SCI 05125 taught by Professor Burley during the Summer '08 term at UC Irvine.

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