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BSCI223 Fall Stewart Exam #1 Your Name: page 1 BSCI223 General Microbiology Dr. Stewart Exam 1 IMPORTANT THINGS TO DO BEFORE YOU GET STARTED: 1. Please make sure that your copy of the exam has 11 pages (including this page). Did you check? _____ 2. Write your name and your TA’s first name here AND on the top of page 2 (worth 1 point!!). Your Name: ______________________________ Your TA's name or your Lab Section: __________________ 3. Please read and sign the UMCP Honor Pledge below, then tear this page off and hand it to your TA. I pledge on my honor that I have not given or received any unauthorized assistance on this examination. Your signature below indicates your agreement to abide by this pledge ______________________________________________
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BSCI223 Fall Stewart Exam #1 Your Name: page 2 General Instructions: Answer directly on your test pages. Use pen. Use pen! USE PEN!!! Answer multiple choice questions on the line provided next to the question number or by circling your answer. Q0. [1 pt] What is your TA's first name? Write it here: Q. 1-8. [1 pt. each] For each of the cell features listed below, indicate whether it can be found in Prokaryotic cells (P), Eukaryotic cells (E), or both (B). Please write your "P", "E", or "B" in the space provided. 1. 70S ribosomes 2. 80S ribosomes 3. Phospholipid membranes containing an Electron Transport Chain 4. Peptidoglycan 5. LPS 6. circular DNA 7. actin filaments 8. mitochondrion 9. [2 pts.] Which of the following groups of microorganisms are prokaryotes? (a) viruses, viroids, and prions (b) bacteria and archaea (c) fungi and protists (d) yeasts and algae (e) C and D 10. [2 pts.] Which of the following features would be most useful for determining the phylogenetic relationship of two microorganisms?
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