Assignment -3 - 1407-(Ch27)

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1 A. They are gram-negative. B. They are subject to lysis in hypotonic conditions. 100% C. They possess typical prokaryotic flagella. D. They lack a cell membrane as well. E. They undergo ready fossilization in sedimentary rock. 2 A. photosystems I and II B. enzymes that catalyze glycolysis C. genes composed of DNA D. cell walls E. nuclei 100% 3 A. Penicillins are the best antibiotics to use against them. B. On a cell-to-cell basis, they possess more DNA than do the cells of any taxonomically higher organism. C. Their cell walls are primarily composed of peptidoglycan. D. Their chromosomes are composed of DNA tightly wrapped around large amounts of histone proteins. E. They often possess an outer membrane containing toxic lipopolysaccharides. 100% 4 A. lipopolysaccharide 0% B. protein C. lignin D. cellulose 0% E. peptidoglycan 5 A. 1, 3, 2 B. 3, 1, 2 100% C. 1, 2, 3 Assignment -3 - 1407-(Ch27) 2. plasma membrane 3. capsule Which of the following is the most common compound in the cell walls of gram- positive bacteria? Which of the following is the correct order, from most external to most internal? 1. cell wall
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