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  Blooms Level: Analyze Section 17.04 Topic: Tools and Methods of Culturing, Classifying, and Identifying Microorganisms     True / False Questions   34.  Phylogenetic trees show inferred evolutionary relationships in the form of multiple  branching lineages connected by nodes.     TRUE   Blooms Level: Understand Section 17.04 Topic: Tools and Methods of Culturing, Classifying, and Identifying Microorganisms   17-14
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Chapter 17 - Test Bank: Microbial Taxonomy and the Evolution of Diversity 35.  Transformation is not useful in determining relatedness between two organisms because  it frequently crosses genera.   FALSE   Blooms Level: Evaluate Section 17.04 Topic: Tools and Methods of Culturing, Classifying, and Identifying Microorganisms   17-15
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Chapter 17 - Test Bank: Microbial Taxonomy and the Evolution of Diversity Fill in the Blank Questions   36.  The _____________ hypothesis proposes that mitochondria and chloroplasts developed  from free-living prokaryotes that invaded a precursor to the eukaryotes and established a  stable relationship.   endosymbiotic   Blooms Level: Understand Section 17.05 Topic: Microbial World     True / False Questions   37.  Chromosomal gene exchange is not useful in classification studies because prokaryotes  do not reproduce sexually.   FALSE   Blooms Level: Evaluate Section 17.05 Topic: Tools and Methods of Culturing, Classifying, and Identifying Microorganisms   38. Extensive horizontal gene transfer between domains greatly simplifies the construction of  phylogenetic trees.  FALSE   Blooms Level: Evaluate Section 17.05 Topic: Tools and Methods of Culturing, Classifying, and Identifying Microorganisms     Multiple Choice Questions   17-16
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