Exam Review II - sample question and answer

Exam Review II - sample question and answer - archegonium...

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The function of peptidoglycan in a bacterium is to a. kill its host b. make the cell membrane c. cause cell division d. *form the cell wall e. sense light
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Green algae share which of the following features with land plants? a. chlorophyll c b. Phycobilins c. Peptidoglycans d. **chlorophyll b e. nitrogen fixation
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Most of the nuclei in a mushroom fruiting body are: a. *dikaryotic, n + n b. diploid, 2n c. haploid, n d. triploid, 3n e. tetraploid, 4n
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You are given an unknown organism to identify. Its cells are haploid and green, but the organism is a flat structure that lacks any leaf-like or stem-like organs. Rhizoids grow from the lower surface. Archegonia and antheridia are present. In one
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Unformatted text preview: archegonium an embryo has begun to form with roots and leaves. The organism is most likely a a. moss gametophyte b. *fern gametophyte c. moss sporophyte d. fern sporophyte e. pine gametophyte Which structure is found in the mature seed of a monocot, but not a dicot? a. seed coat b. embryo c. *endosperm d. cotyledon(s) e. all of the above would be absent from a mature dicot seed The ovule develops into the a. endosperm b. seed coat c. embryo d. Aleurone (a granular protein) e. *seed Name the living cell with unevenly thickened primary walls, whose only function is support. a. tracheid b. fiber c. sieve tube element d. parenchyma e. *collenchyma...
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2011 for the course BIO 101 taught by Professor Martin during the Fall '08 term at Rutgers.

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