Question 22 the signal sequence is used by bacteria

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Question 22The signal sequence is used by bacteria for chemotaxis
Question 23For the next five questions select the term from the list which best matches each of the descriptions.QuestionSelected MatchThe action of heat or chemicals on proteins whose function depends upon anunaltered tertiary stateD.denaturationExtraction of energy through an incomplete, anaerobic degradation of glucoseinto ethanolA.alcoholicfermentationThe energy-yielding breakdown of glucose to pyruvic acid; no molecular oxygenis consumed in the degradationC.glycolysisSynthesis of ATP using energy given off during the electron transport phase ofrespirationE.oxidativephosphorylationChemical breakdown of complex compounds into simpler units to be used in cellmetabolismB.catabolismQuestion 24Which is not true concerning the cell wall of bacteria?
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Question 26All of the following contribute to the rise of emerging/reemerging diseases except
Question 27The membranes of eukaryotes and mycoplasma
Question 28Prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells generally have which of the following features in common?
Question 29In the phototrophic production of energy, the oxygen originates from
Question 30The resolving power of a microscope is described as the ability of the microscope to
Question 31A urine sample with more than 100,000 organisms is considered indicative of infection. A urine samplecontaining 5,000 bacteria, with a generation time of 30 minutes, sits for 3 hours before finally beingassayed. How many bacteria will then be present within the sample?
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Term
Fall
Professor
MargaretaFarrell
Tags
Microbiology, Bacteria, next ve questions

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