Prokaryotes&Protista

Prokaryotes&Protista - Biology 1102 1. 2. Problem Set...

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Biology 1102 Problem Set on Bacteria and Virus 1. Which kingdom includes all the normal bacteria? A. Myxobacteria B. Eubacteria C. Schizophyta D. Archaebacteria E. Mycoplasmae 2. In Margulis' symbiosis hypothesis for the origin of eukaryotic cells, what group was the progenitor of all modern chloroplasts? A. Cyanophyta B. Eubacteria C. Mycoplasmae D. Spirochaetae E. Myxobacteria 3. Which group is thought to have given rise to the eukaryotic mitochondrion? A. Cyanophyta B. aerobic Eubacteria C. Mycoplasmae D. Archaebacteria E. Myxobacteria 4. Which was probably NOT present when life first came into being? A. oxygen gas B. nitrogen gas C. carbon dioxide gas D. ammonia gas E. water vapor gas 5. What is the term for the spiral shape seen in some bacteria? A. coccus B. bacillus C. rod D. spirillum E. helix 6. What do we call pathogens that include nothing but protein? A. virus B. viroid C. spores D. proteinoid E. prion 7. What do we call pathogens that include nothing but RNA? A. virus B. viroid C. spores D. proteinoid E. prion 8. Which disease is caused by a prion? A. scrapies B. warts C. leukemia D. flu E. smallpox 9. Which disease is caused by RNA virus? A. scrapies B. warts C. leukemia D. flu E. smallpox 10. Which disease is NOT caused by DNA virus? A. AIDS
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/06/2008 for the course BIO 1102 taught by Professor Kendramaxwell during the Spring '08 term at Appalachian State.

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Prokaryotes&Protista - Biology 1102 1. 2. Problem Set...

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