HW_Ch 30 - Chapter 30: HW MCQ: 1) Any microorganism that...

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Chapter 30: HW MCQ: 1) Any microorganism that spends a portion of its life associated with another organism of a different species is engaged in A. symbiosis. B. synergy. C. parasitism. D. commensalism. 2) In commensalism A. the host and commensal can be separated and remain viable B. the commensal is metabolically dependent on the host. C. the host provides some factor that the commensal cannot get otherwise. D. the host and commensal cannot be separated and remain viable and the commensal is metabolically dependent on the host. E. all of these 3) In mutualism A. the mutualist is dependent on the host. B. a reciprocal benefit accrues to both partners. C. the partners will not survive separately in many cases. D. all of these 4) When Nitrobacter utilizes nitrite produced from ammonia by Nitrosomonas to obtain energy by converting the nitrite to nitrate, the relationship between the two organisms is A. commensal. B. amensal.
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HW_Ch 30 - Chapter 30: HW MCQ: 1) Any microorganism that...

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