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BIOD 171 Quizzes M1: Module 1 Exam- Requires Respondus LockDown Browser ! M1: Module 1 Exam- Requires Respondus LockDown Browser Due No due date Points 100 Ques ! ons 21 Time Limit 60 Minutes Requires Respondus LockDown Browser This quiz is currently locked. A ! empt History A " empt Time Score LATEST A ! empt 1 38 minutes 95 out of 100 Score for this quiz: 95 out of 100 Submi ! ed Nov 16, 2020 at 8:13pm This a ! empt took 38 minutes. 3 / 3 pts Ques ! on 1 True/False. A virus is considered a microorganism. True False Correct! Viruses are not living and as such are not considered microorganisms. Viruses can, however, be classified as microbes, a more general term that includes microorganisms and viruses. 3 / 3 pts Ques ! on 2 True or False: The smallest biological unit of life is the molecule. True False Correct! Correct! The smallest biological unit of life is the cell. Your Answer: 4 / 4 pts Ques ! on 3 At a generalized level, all cells are comprised of what? All cells are comprised of macromolecules at a generalized level. Correct Answer Correct Answer Macromolecules A student may also answer: Proteins, Lipids, Nucleic acids and Polysaccharides but they must answer with all four to be fully correct. Your Answer: 3 / 3 pts Ques ! on 4 Proteins are formed from various combina " ons of [answer1] of which there are [answer2] known forms. Proteins are formed from various combina " ons of amino acids of which there are 20 known forms. 1. Amino acids 2. 20 Your Answer: 4 / 4 pts Ques ! on 5 How many amino acids are classified as being essen " al amino acids?

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