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Question 1:Which of these is not a type of cell?virusQuestion 2:The Earth's early atmosphere apparently lackedDioxygenQuestion 3:The oldest fossil forms of life are most similar to _____.BacteriaQuestion 4:A prokaryotic cell would lack which of these structures?
Question 5:Heterotrophic organisms obtain their food ____.
Question 6:Ribosomes are cellular structures involved in ____.
Question 7:The earliest microscopes used _____ to image the specimens.
Question 8:There are ____ micrometers (µm) in one millimeter (mm).
Question 9:Human cells have a size range between ___ and ___ micrometers (µm).
Question 10:Chloroplasts and cyanobacteria are ___ in size.
Question 11:
Mitochondria and heterotrophic bacteria are ___ in size.SimilarQuestion 12:The cell membrane does all of these in a eukaryote except ______.contain the hereditary materialQuestion 13:Which of these materials is not a major component of the plasma membrane?DNAQuestion 14:Cell walls occur in members of these kingdoms, except for ___, which all lack cell walls.animalsQuestion 15:The polysaccharide ___ is a major component of plan cell walls.celluloseQuestion 16:Plant cells have ___ and ___, which are not present in animal cells.chloroplasts, cell wallsQuestion 17:The ___ is the membrane-enclosed structure in eukaryotic cells that contains the DNA of the cell.nucleusQuestion 18:Ribosomes are constructed in the ___.nucleolusQuestion 19:Rough endoplasmic reticulum is the area in a cell where ___ are synthesized.proteinsQuestion 20:The smooth endoplasmic reticulum is the area in a cell where ___ are synthesized.lipids

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Biology, Bacteria, 1 nanometer, 1 000 000 micrometers

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