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PSY 205 INTRO TO PSYCHOLOGY

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  • Q 1. Protons are generated during photosynthesis. Describe the fate of these protons and explain how they contribute to the conversion of light energy into chemical energy.
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    • #1) Which of the following bacteria does NOT belong with the others? (I chose B)
      • A) Staphylococcus
      • B) Halobacterium
      • C) Sulfolobus
      • D) Halococcus
      • E) Methanobacterium
    • #2) All of the following bacteria are motile; which does (do) NOT have flagella? (I chose C)
      • A) Spirochetes
      • B) Helical Bacteria
      • C) Salmonella
      • D) Escherichia
      • E) Pseudomonas
    • #3) Which one of the following does NOT belong wih the others? (I chose D)
      • A) Rickettsia
      • B) Wolbachia
      • C) Ehrlichia
      • D) Coxiella
      • E) Staphylococcus

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  • Q 1. Protons are generated during photosynthesis. Describe the fate of these protons and explain how they contribute to the conversion of light energy into chemical energy.
  • Q 2. Hi. I took our first biology test and messed up big time. I need the correct answers so I can review for the final. Can you help?
    • #1) Which of the following bacteria does NOT belong with the others? (I chose B)
      • A) Staphylococcus
      • B) Halobacterium
      • C) Sulfolobus
      • D) Halococcus
      • E) Methanobacterium
    • #2) All of the following bacteria are motile; which does (do) NOT have flagella? (I chose C)
      • A) Spirochetes
      • B) Helical Bacteria
      • C) Salmonella
      • D) Escherichia
      • E) Pseudomonas
    • #3) Which one of the following does NOT belong wih the others? (I chose D)
      • A) Rickettsia
      • B) Wolbachia
      • C) Ehrlichia
      • D) Coxiella
      • E) Staphylococcus