True of false eukaryotic cells do not have a nucleus

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1. True of False: Eukaryotic cells do not have a nucleus
False. Eukaryotic cells do have a nucleus (prokaryotic cells do not).2. True or False: Prokaryotic cells can be subdivided into Bacteria and Archaea.
3. Describe the 4 basic bacterial morphologies.
4. True or False: Archaea, a eukaryotic class of microorganisms, are capable of surviving harshenvironments.
Exam Page 7Answer Key1. Which of the following microorganisms are considered to be Eukarya? Select all that apply.A. AnimaliaB. PlantaeC. FungiD. ProtistaA,B,C,D
2. True of False: All multicellular microorganisms classified as Animalia are heterotropic.
3. Microorganisms classified as Plantae obtain most of their energy by converting _____ energy into_______ energy.
Exam Page 8Answer Key
1. A defining characteristic of fungi is the presence of chitin in the cell walls. Which of following alsocontain chitin? Select all that apply.
2. True or False: A defining characteristic of Protista is the inability of colonies to form tissue layers.True.
Exam Page 9Answer Key1. Cell walls are found in which of the following (select all that apply):
2. The function of the ribosome is (select all that apply):
Exam Page 10Answer Key
1. Identify the following cellular components by matching the number with the description.A. Cell wallB. LysosomeC. CentrioleD. Rough endoplasmic reticulumE. Plasma membraneF. NucleusG. Golgi apparatus1 F2 B
3 E4 G5 DEXAM MODULE 2True or False: As movement requires energy, metabolism can be defined as a controlled set ofbiochemical reactions that occur in only motile organisms in order to maintain life.
2. True or False: Enzymes slow down chemical reactions to conserve energy.

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Term
Spring
Professor
Renee Correll
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Bacteria, researcher

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