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30. Which of the following statements best explains why bacteria are considered living organisms? a. They can cause disease. b. They are made up of biological macromolecules. c. They move around. d. They are made of cells. e. They contain organelles.
31. Which of the following is not associated with human cells?
32. Peptidoglycan cell walls are found in
C. plant cells. D. animal and plant cells. E. all cells. 33. Ribosomes are found in A. bacterial cells. B. animal cells. C. plant cells. D. animal and plant cells. E. all cells.
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34. Evidence in support of the endosymbiosis hypothesis includes all of the following EXCEPT low concentration using a specific membrane protein that has no energy requirement is termed E. mitochondria and chloroplasts have ribosomes that are similar to bacteria. 35. The terms hydrophilic and hydrophobic relate to a substance’s interaction with which molecule? b) the mitochondria c) the rough ER d) the nucleus e) the lysosome 36. A cell’s plasma membrane is composed of 37. If an animal cell is living in water that is much saltier than the cell’s cytoplasm, the water A. will enter the cell. B. will move out of the cell. C. will neither move in or out of the cell. D. will leave the cell, bind salt in the water, and then re-enter the cell. E. will enter the cell, bind salts in the cytoplasm, and then leave the cell. 38. The process of molecules going from a high to a low concentration using a specific membrane protein that has no energy requirement is termed 39. Proteins that move large or hydrophilic molecules across a cell membrane are called 40. Where are lipids produced in eukaryotic cells? a) the smooth ER b) the mitochondria c) the rough ER d) the nucleus e) the lysosome 41. What were Fleming’s initial observations about organisms on a Petri dish that led him to discover penicillin? 42. Penicillin is obtained from

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