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Match the microorganisms to their discription and multiple choice.?

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Default Match the microorganisms to their discription and multiple choice.?



16. Bacteria (Eubacteria) a. prokaryotic
17. Algae b. eukaryotic
18. Viruses c. noncellular
19. Protozoa d. hererotrophic & cell walls of
20. Fungi chitin
e. multicellular animals

30. A bacteria cell that normally infects human urinary tract loses its pili. This mainly affects its ability to:
a. gather nutrients b. holds on to body cells c. store nutrients d. ransport materials by active transport e. swim by its own power

14. If E.coli were grown in a medium containing radioactive isotope 32^P, the 32^P would be found in all of the following molecules/structures except what?

a. plasma membrane
b. ATP
c. carbohydrates
d. DNA
e. none of the above (all contain P)
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