HW_Ch 6 - Intro to Microbiology (326 R) HW: Ch. 6 MCQ: 1)...

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Intro to Microbiology (326 R) HW: Ch. 6 MCQ: 1) Organisms that use reduced, preformed organic molecules as carbon sources are A. auxotrophs. B. autotrophs C. prototrophs D. heterotrophs 2) Organisms that obtain electrons from the oxidation of inorganic compounds are A. chemotrophs. B. lithotrophs. C. organotrophs. D. phototrophs. 3) Organisms that obtain their energy from oxidation of organic or inorganic compounds are called A. chemotrophs B. lithotrophs C. organotrophs D. phototrophs 4) Organisms that obtain energy from light, carbon from CO2 and electron from reduced inorganic molecules are called A. photoorganoheterotroph B. photolithoautotroph C. Chemolithoautotrophs D. Chemolithoheterotrophs 5) Which of the following is not a major class of growth factors? A. Amino acids B. Purines and pyrimidines C. Vitamins D. Fatty acids
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6) Which of the following process can be used to bring nutrients inside the cell against a concentration gradient? A. Active transport
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HW_Ch 6 - Intro to Microbiology (326 R) HW: Ch. 6 MCQ: 1)...

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