chapt04 - Chapter 4 Procaryotic Profiles The Bacteria and...

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Chapter 4 Procaryotic Profiles The Bacteria and Archaea Student: _________________________________________________________ 1 Spirochetes have a twisting and flexing locomotion due to appendages called: A. flagella B. cilia C. fimbriae D. periplasmic flagella (axial filaments) E. sex pili 2. The short, numerous appendages used by some bacterial cells for adhering to surfaces are called: A. flagella B. cilia C. fimbriae D. periplasmic flagella (axial filaments) E. sex pili 3 The transfer of genes during bacterial conjugation involves rigid, tubular appendages called: A. flagella B. cilia C. fimbriae D. periplasmic flagella (axial filaments) E. sex pili 4 All bacterial cells have: A. one or more chromosomes B. one or more fimbriae C. the ability to produce endospores D. capsules E. flagella 5. The term that refers to the presence of flagella all over the cell surface is:
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A. amphitrichous B. atrichous C. lophotrichous D. monotrichous E. peritrichous 6. The most immediate result of destruction of a cell's ribosomes would be: A. material would not be able to cross the cell membrane B. protein synthesis would stop C. destruction of the cell's DNA D. formation of glycogen inclusions E. loss of capsule 7. Chemotaxis refers to the ability to : A. move toward light B. move toward a nutrient C. move in any direction D. transport desired molecules into cell E. none of the choices are correct 8. A bacterial cell exhibiting chemotaxis probably has: A. fimbriae B. capsule C. mesosomes D. flagella
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