Test # 1 Microbiology

Description You can not use notes or books to take this test.Read your questions carefully. This assessment is worth 100 points. Note: Correct answers appear in Blue. Incorrect answers and skipped questions appear in Red after 'Your response'. 1. In the Gram-staining procedure, the counterstain is (1 point) Your response: b. safranin. (You answered correctly!)
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The correct answer is:

a. b. c. d.

iodine. safranin. crystal violet. alcohol.

2. Proteins are synthesized on structures called (1 point) Your response: c. ribosomes.
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The correct answer is:

a. b. c. d.

mesosomes. lysosomes. ribosomes. chromosomes.

3. Proteins that are embedded within the cytoplasmic membrane and not easily extracted are called __________ proteins. (1 point) Your response: b. integral (You answered correctly!)
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a. b. c. d.

peripheral integral external internal

4. Square planar configurations that are formed when round bacteria remain attached to each other during reproduction are called (1 point) Your response: c. tetrads. (You answered correctly!)
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The correct answer is:

a. b. c. d.

streptococci. staphylococci. tetrads. sarcinae.

5. The first studies delineating the relationship between genes and enzymes were done using which of the following types of microorganisms? (1 point) Your response: b. fungi (You answered correctly!)

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a. b. c. d.

bacteria fungi viruses algae

6. After the primary stain has been added but before the decolorizer has been used, gram-positive organisms are stained __________ and gram-negative organisms are stained __________. (1 point) Your response: a. purple; purple
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a. b. c. d.

purple; purple purple; colorless purple; pink pink; pink

7. Mesosomes are (1 point) Your response: c. invaginations of the plasma membrane often found near septa or crosswalls. (You answered correctly!)
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a. photosynthethic organelles of bacteria.

b. found only in gram-negative bacteria. c. invaginations of the plasma membrane often found near septa or cross-walls. d. found only in gram-positive bacteria.

8. The term used to describe bacteria that are rod shaped is (1 point) Your response: b. bacillus. (You answered correctly!)
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The correct answer is:

a. b. c. d.

coccus. bacillus. vibrio. coccobacillus.

9. Regarding the periplasmic space: (1 point) Your response: d. both b and are true.
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a. it is found only in gram-positive bacteria. b. it is located between the plasma membrane and outer membrane of gram-negative bacteria. c. it contains hydrolytic enzymes and binding proteins involved in nutrient acquisition. d. both b and are true.

vibrio. An organism with two copies of each chromosome is said to be (1 point) Your response: b. haploid. aneuploid. The correct answer is: a. d. b. bacillus. d. diploid. The correct answer is: a. (You answered correctly!) 1 point awarded. b. 11. diploid. (You answered correctly!) 1 point awarded. 12. coccus. humoral immunity. monoploid. c. vibrio. (You answered correctly!) . The term used to describe bacteria that are shaped like curved rods is (1 point) Your response: c.10. Emil von Behring and Shibasaburo Kitasato demonstrated the body's defense mechanism against disease known as (1 point) Your response: a. coccobacillus. c.

d. The correct answer is: . 13. blocking out stray light with an aperture located above the objective lens. The correct answer is: a. proteins carbohydrates lipids peptidoglycan 14. The correct answer is: a. c. c. both humoral immunity and cell-mediated immunity. (You answered correctly!) 1 point awarded. cell-mediated immunity. neither humoral immunity nor cell-mediated immunity. b. b. humoral immunity. (1 point) Your response: c. lipids (You answered correctly!) 1 point awarded. Acid-fast organisms such as Mycobacterium tuberculosis resist decolorization by an acid-alcohol wash because of the high concentration of __________ in their cell walls.1 point awarded. d. Confocal microscopes exhibit improved contrast and resolution by (1 point) Your response: b.

55x. kill the organism and attach the organism firmly to the slide.a. 450x. d. c. 450x. c. The correct answer is: a. 16. (You The correct answer is: a. c. illumination of a large area of the specimen. b. d. Prior to staining. 4. (You answered correctly!) 1 point awarded. b. smears of microorganisms are heat-fixed in order to (1 point) Your response: c. 35x. neither kill the organism nor attach the organism firmly to the slide. 15.5x. A 45x objective and a 10x ocular produce a total magnification of (1 point) Your response: c. kill the organism and attach the organism firmly to the slide. b. . blocking out stray light with an aperture located above the objective lens. kill the organism. answered correctly!) 1 point awarded. use of light at longer wavelengths. use of ultraviolet light to illuminate the specimen. attach the organism firmly to the slide. d.

gram-positive organisms are stained __________ and gram-negative organisms are stained __________. pink pink. (1 point) Your response: c. b. purple. pink 0 points awarded. c. colorless purple. b. After the decolorizer has been added. d. A cell with a diploid number of 12 chromosomes undergoes meiosis. Which of the following is considered to be a differential staining procedure? (1 point) Your response: c. purple purple. The number of chromosomes in each of the daughter cells is (1 point) . (You answered correctly!) The correct answer is: a. The correct answer is: a. purple. Gram stain Acid-fast stain Both Gram stain and Acid-fast stain. d. 18.17. 1 point awarded. c. Both Gram stain and Acid-fast stain. pink 19. Leifson's flagella stain.

20. c. (You answered correctly!) 1 point awarded. 24. If the decolorizer is not left on long enough in the Gram-staining procedure. pink pink. b. purple. The correct answer is: . b. (You answered correctly!) 1 point awarded. coccus. The correct answer is: a. 12.Your response: b. (1 point) Your response: a. c. purple 1 point awarded. purple. purple purple. pink 21. 16. colorless purple. d. 6. gram-positive organisms will be stained __________ and gram-negative organisms will be stained __________. (You answered correctly!) The correct answer is: a. The term used to describe bacteria that have a round shape is (1 point) Your response: a. d. 6.

d. bacillus. b. vibrio. . Which of these microscopes can be used to create high-resolution 3dimensional images of cell structures? (1 point) Your response: d. c. d. b. (You answered correctly!) The correct answer is: a. b. 22. c. c. The correct answer is: a. d. coccobacillus. Scanning electron microscopy Dark field microscopy Phase-contrast microscopy Confocal microscopy 23.a. Confocal microscopy 1 point awarded. coccus. cis face (You answered correctly!) 1 point awarded. cis face trans face cisternal edges None of these are correct. Which of the following parts of the Golgi complex receives materials from the ER? (1 point) Your response: a.

therefore.24. the trapped stain from gram-negative bacteria. 1 point awarded. 1 point awarded. Which of the following is/are true of capsules? (1 point) . c. Both a and b are correct. Gram-positive cells retain the primary stain whereas gram-negative cells do not because (1 point) Your response: c. b. None of the above is correct. organelles. (You answered correctly!) The correct answer is: a. the alcohol removes the outer membrane and. c. b. the alcohol shrinks the pores of the thick peptidoglycan layer of gram-positive cells. organelles. Both a and b are correct. d. 26. trapping the stain. therefore. organs. Intracellular structures that perform specific functions in cells are called (1 point) Your response: a. (You answered correctly!) The correct answer is: a. tissues. 25. systems. d.

(1 point) Your response: a. c. c. Shrinkage of the plasma membrane away from the cell wall when the bacterium is placed in a hypertonic environment is called (1 point) Your response: c. d. b. The correct answer is: a. They retain water and help prevent desiccation of the bacteria.Your response: d. 27. d. Proteins that are loosely attached to the cytoplasmic membrane are called __________ proteins. All of the above. All of the above. They help bacteria escape phagocytosis by host cells. 1 point awarded. peripheral (You answered correctly!) 1 point awarded. (You answered correctly!) The correct answer is: a. They prevent entry of many bacterial viruses. peripheral integral external internal 28. hydrolysis. b. The correct answer is: . 0 points awarded.

It provides the location for a variety of metabolic processes performed by the cell. allowing some molecules to pass while preventing the movement of others. d. The cytoplasmic membrane performs which of the following functions? (1 point) Your response: d. plasmolysis. c.a. hypertonolysis. c. It retains the cytoplasm and its contents. d. . hydrolysis. osmolysis. It does all of these. (You answered correctly!) The correct answer is: a. It does all of these. The correct answer is: a. phase-contrast electron bright-field dark-field 30. 29. 1 point awarded. b. b. (1 point) Your response: d. The instrument that produces a bright image of the specimen against a dark background is called a(n) __________ microscope. c. It acts as a selectively permeable barrier. b. d. dark-field (You answered correctly!) 1 point awarded.

1 point awarded. 33. 12. ribosomal RNA (rRNA). b. c. 6. A cell with a diploid number of 12 chromosomes undergoes mitosis. 32. ribosomal RNA (rRNA). (You answered correctly!) The correct answer is: a. b. d. 24. The number of chromosomes in each daughter cell is (1 point) Your response: d. The correct answer is: a. Lipids with polar and nonpolar ends are said to be (1 point) . 8. heterogeneous nuclear RNA (hnRNA). d. transfer RNA (tRNA). The nucleolar organizer is a part of a specific chromosome that directs the synthesis of (1 point) Your response: b.31. (You answered correctly!) 1 point awarded. messenger RNA (mRNA). 12. c.

tubulin. Construction of flagella and/or cilia is directed by the (1 point) Your response: d. bilateral. (You answered correctly!) The correct answer is: a. 1 point awarded. which does not penetrate the specimen. c. 1 point awarded. axoneme. b. amphibolic. c. 35. centriole. (You answered correctly!) The correct answer is: a. spreading a specimen out in a thin film with uranyl acetate. 1 point awarded. 34. amphipathic. basal body. d. d. In transmission electron microscopy. (You answered correctly!) The correct answer is: . b.Your response: a. negative staining. basal body. is called (1 point) Your response: d. amphipathic. None of these.

b. takes place in the (1 point) Your response: a. the dark reaction of photosynthesis. (You answered correctly!) 1 point awarded.a. shadow staining. stroma. d. b. alcohol. safranin. The correct answer is: a. the decolorizer is (1 point) Your response: d. (You answered correctly!) 1 point awarded. alcohol. In the Gram-staining procedure. c. 36. 37. d. nucleus. freeze-etching. b. simple staining. c. stroma. crystal violet. d. negative staining. iodine. The formation of carbohydrate from carbon dioxide and water. c. cytoplasm. . thylakoid membrane. The correct answer is: a.

Both a and b are correct. 1 point awarded. b. Winogradsky. monoploid. 40. (You answered correctly!) 1 point awarded. aneuploid. An organism with one copy of each chromosome is said to be (1 point) Your response: a. (You answered correctly!) The correct answer is: a. c. The correct answer is: a. diploid. d. Both a and b are correct. Protein filaments with a diameter of 8-10 nm that are major components of the cytoskeleton are called (1 point) Your response: c. Beijerinck. 1 point awarded.38. d. 39. haploid. b. haploid. (You answered correctly!) . The use of enrichment cultures and selective media was pioneered by (1 point) Your response: c. c. intermediate filaments. Neither a nor b is correct.

Luria and Delbruck b.The correct answer is: a. and McCarty c. Luria and Delbruck Avery. MacLeod. mycelia. microfilaments. 41. MacLeod. d. Who of the following provided strong evidence that DNA was the genetic material and carried the genetic information during transformation? (1 point) Your response: b. intermediate filaments. Beadle and Tatum . (You answered correctly!) The correct answer is: a. MacLeod. and McCarty 1 point awarded. microtubules. b. Avery. c. b. Avery. c. Beadle and Tatum 1 point awarded. (You answered correctly!) The correct answer is: a. d. and McCarty Beadle and Tatum Hershey and Chase 42. Who of the following first defined the relationship between genes and enzymes? (1 point) Your response: c.

Koch Pasteur Jenner Lister .d. c. mitochondrion. 44. 1 point awarded. kinetoplast. chloroplast. d. The organelle responsible for processing light as an energy source is the (1 point) Your response: c. c. d. Who of the following is credited with developing and documenting the first vaccination procedure against smallpox? (1 point) Your response: c. centriole. (You answered correctly!) The correct answer is: a. b. Jenner (You answered correctly!) 1 point awarded. The correct answer is: a. b. Hershey and Chase 43. chloroplast.

In the Gram-staining procedure. the mordant is (1 point) Your response: a. ribosomes. 47. b. (You answered correctly!) The correct answer is: a. iodine. c. The Golgi apparatus is responsible for the synthesis of (1 point) Your response: b.45. . 1 point awarded. (You answered correctly!) The correct answer is: a. phase-contrast 1 point awarded. lysosomes. d. An instrument that magnifies slight differences in the refractive index of cell structures is called a(n) __________ microscope. phase-contrast electron fluorescence densitometric 46. d. b. (1 point) Your response: a. mesosomes. c. nucleosomes. lysosomes. (You answered correctly!) 1 point awarded.

(You answered correctly!) The correct answer is: a. purple. purple. (1 point) Your response: c. b. colorless c. d. iodine. c. After the secondary stain has been added. crystal violet. Who of the following is credited with developing a vaccine against chicken cholera? (1 point) Your response: c. The correct answer is: a. gram-positive organisms are stained __________ and gram-negative organisms are stained __________. Jenner 0 points awarded. c. purple. purple b. d. purple. alcohol. pink . 48. pink 1 point awarded.The correct answer is: a. Koch Pasteur Jenner Lister 49. b. safranin.

move toward an attractant and away from a repellent. Both of these answers are correct. (You answered correctly!) The correct answer is: a. 51. move toward an attractant and away from a repellent. 1 point awarded. b. d. spore forming organisms are often dangerous pathogens.d. Chemotaxis implies that bacteria (1 point) Your response: c. Endospores represent a challenge to the fields of industrial and medical microbiology because (1 point) Your response: c. c. pink. they are resistant to harsh environments. c. . neither move toward an attractant nor away from a repellent. (You answered The correct answer is: a. pink 50. move away from a repellent. move toward an attractant. correctly!) 1 point awarded. Both of these answers are correct. Neither of these answers is correct. d. thus allowing survival of sporing organisms under conditions in which nonsporing organisms would not survive. b.

54. equifocal. parfocal. microfilament. 53. intermediate filament. The correct answer is: a. totifocal. (You answered correctly!) 1 point awarded. (You answered correctly!) The correct answer is: a. Which of the following is (are) used to define the field of microbiology? (1 point) Your response: c. A filamentous organelle comprised of tubulins with a diameter of 25 nm is called (1 point) Your response: a. c. d. 1 point awarded. c. b. If the objective lenses of a microscope can be changed without losing focus on the specimen.52. microtubule. they are said to be (1 point) Your response: c. d. optifocal. microtubule. mycelia. b. parfocal. both the size of the organism studied and the techniques employed in the study of organisms regardless of their size (You answered correctly!) .

The correct answer is: a. endotoxin. 56. exotoxin. c. the techniques in the study of organisms regardless of their size c. both the size of the organism studied and the techniques employed in the study of organisms regardless of their size d. teichoic acid. d. The correct answer is: a. b. endotoxin. 1 point awarded. (You answered correctly!) 1 point awarded. the size of the organism studied b. A feature unique to some archaeal plasma membranes is that they may (1 point) Your response: d. (You answered correctly!) The correct answer is: . consist of a lipid monolayer. The lipopolysaccharide (LPS) that is found in the outer membrane of gramnegative bacteria is also known as (1 point) Your response: d. murein.1 point awarded. neither the size of the organism studied nor the techniques employed in the study of organisms regardless of their size 55.

mitochondria. b. d. Pasteur Koch Semmelweiss Lister . The correct answer is: a. Who of the following provided the evidence needed to discredit the concept of spontaneous generation? (1 point) Your response: a. d. centrioles. 58. contain sterols such as cholesterol. consist of a lipid monolayer. consist of a lipid bilayer that lacks integral membrane proteins. lysosomes. c. c.a. lysosomes. 1 point awarded. c. Enzymes needed to digest all types of macromolecules are found in (1 point) Your response: a. consist of a lipid bilayer with embedded proteins. d. b. 57. Pasteur (You answered correctly!) 1 point awarded. b. (You answered correctly!) The correct answer is: a. Golgi apparatus.

b. As the magnification of a series of objective lenses increases. spirilla. coccobacilli. All of these are functions of the mitochondrion. 60. tricarboxylic acid cycle enzyme reactions electron transport ATP synthesis All of these are functions of the mitochondrion. c. spirilla.59. decreases. spirochetes. 61. Which of the following is a function of the mitochondrion? (1 point) Your response: d. d. vibrios. (You answered The correct answer is: a. b. (You answered correctly!) 1 point awarded. Bacteria that are shaped like rigid helices are (1 point) Your response: b. d. correctly!) 1 point awarded. The correct answer is: a. the working distance (1 point) Your response: b. c. (You answered correctly!) .

Golgi apparatus 1 point awarded. lighter . packaging. 62. b. Which of the following organelles is involved in the modification. and secretion of materials? (1 point) Your response: b. The correct answer is: a. Regions of the specimen with higher electron density scatter ___________ electrons and. d. lysosomes Golgi apparatus mitochondria centrioles 63. c. d. appear __________ in the image projected onto the screen of a transmission electron microscope. b. increases. (1 point) Your response: a. (You answered correctly!) The correct answer is: a. c. more. therefore. more. cannot be predicted. (You answered correctly!) The correct answer is: a. decreases. lighter 1 point awarded.1 point awarded. stays the same.

cell wall (You answered correctly!) 1 point awarded. (You answered correctly!) The correct answer is: a. germ theory. lighter 64. 1 point awarded. darker d. The correct answer is: a. cell theory. c. chromosome cytoplasmic membrane cell wall slime layer 65. (1 point) Your response: c. d.b. disease theory. fewer. b. darker c. causative theory. b. The composition of the __________ is the basis of the differential reaction of bacteria to the Gram-staining procedure. more. d. fewer. germ theory. The concept that human and animal diseases are caused by microorganisms is called the (1 point) Your response: b. c. .

Cells with a relatively complex morphology that have a true membranedelimited nucleus are called (1 point) Your response: b. dark-field microscope. (You answered correctly!) The correct answer is: a. eucaryotes. b. Small internal cell structures are best visualized with a (1 point) Your response: c. (You answered correctly!) The correct answer is: a. procaryotes. 68. d.66. nocaryotes. 67. 1 point awarded. transmission electron microscope. 1 point awarded. c. eucaryotes. scanning electron microscope. c. urcaryotes. Cells with a relatively simple cell morphology that do not have a true membrane-delimited nucleus are called (1 point) Your response: a. procaryotes. transmission electron microscope. light microscope. 1 point awarded. d. (You answered correctly!) . b.

Pasteur b. b. or blue light and forms an image with the light emitted at a different wavelength is called a __________ microscope. The correct answer is: a. Tyndall c. phase-contrast dark-field scanning electron fluorescence 70. violet. c. Who of the following first proposed that yeast cells could convert sugar to alcohol? (1 point) Your response: c. 69. A microscope that exposes specimens to ultraviolet. fluorescence 1 point awarded. c. (1 point) Your response: d. (You answered correctly!) The correct answer is: a. eucaryotes. Schwann (You answered correctly!) 1 point awarded. urcaryotes. nocaryotes. d.The correct answer is: a. b. d. Schwann . procaryotes.

coccobacillus. vibrio. b. refractive index 1 point awarded. . optical density refractive index optical density and refractive index neither optical density nor refractive index 72. c. coccus. Busch 71. c. (You answered correctly!) The correct answer is: a. b. Immersion oil can be used to increase the resolution achieved with some microscope lenses because it increases the __________ between the specimen and the objective lens. (1 point) Your response: b. (You answered correctly!) The correct answer is: a. bacillus. coccobacillus. 1 point awarded.d. The term used to describe bacteria that are oval shaped is (1 point) Your response: d. d. d.

d. surface structures. coccobacilli. 75. pink. Bacteria that are variable in shape and lack a single characteristic morphology are called (1 point) Your response: b. but not simultaneously. 74. c. surface structures. d. 1 point awarded. both surface and internal structures simultaneously. pleomorphic. internal structures. pleomorphic. . b. 1 point awarded. vibrio. c. (You answered correctly!) The correct answer is: a. pink (You answered correctly!) 1 point awarded. either surface or internal structures. grampositive organisms will be stained __________ and gram-negative organisms will be stained __________. (You answered correctly!) The correct answer is: a.73. If the decolorizer is left on too long in the Gram-staining procedure. b. Scanning electron microscopy is most often used to reveal (1 point) Your response: a. (1 point) Your response: d. hyphal.

d. (1 point) Your response: c. They may carry genes that enhance the metabolic capabilities of the bacterium. Which of the following is not true of bacterial plasmids? (1 point) Your response: c. c. blue purple.The correct answer is: a. b. colorless purple. purple. which may be clustered in one region or scattered throughout the cell. cisternae (You answered correctly!) 1 point awarded. The correct answer is: a. 77. They may carry genes for drug resistance. (You The correct answer is: a. pink 76. b. d. They are required for host growth and/or reproduction. thylakoids c. cisternae . cristae b. They can exist and replicate independently of the chromosome. pink pink. answered correctly!) 1 point awarded. c. They are required for host growth and/or reproduction. The Golgi apparatus consists of vesicles called __________.

79. d. isotonic (You answered correctly!) 1 point awarded. c. attenuated. hypotonic isotonic hypertonic nonpolar . (You answered correctly!) The correct answer is: a. d. 1 point awarded. but cells will continue to grow normally in the presence of penicillin if they are maintained in a(n) __________ environment. The correct answer is: a.d. (1 point) Your response: b. virulent. pathogenic. b. vesiculae 78. attenuated. b. c. Older cultures of bacteria that have lost their ability to cause disease are said to be (1 point) Your response: d. Penicillin inhibits cell wall synthesis. impotent.

(You answered correctly!) The correct answer is: a. The concept that living organisms arise from nonliving material is called (1 point) Your response: c. germ theory. spontaneous generation. c. c. Koch (You answered correctly!) 1 point awarded. Luria and Delbruck (You answered correctly!) . cell theory. b. Who of the following showed that mutations in bacteria arise randomly and are not directed by the environment? (1 point) Your response: c. Who of the following developed a set of criteria that could be used to establish a causative link between a particular microorganism and a particular disease? (1 point) Your response: b. 81. d. b. biogenesis. d. spontaneous generation. 1 point awarded.80. Fracastoro Koch Pasteur Lister 82. The correct answer is: a.

(You answered correctly!) 1 point awarded. It is useful for specimens that (1 point) Your response: a. b. b. 84. Beadle and Tatum Avery. . An atomic force microscope uses a scanning probe that maintains a fixed distance from the surface of the specimen. do not conduct electricity well. 1 point awarded. d. c. The correct answer is: a. and McCarty Luria and Delbruck Hershey and Chase 83. 12. MacLeod. 16. 24. 12. The correct answer is: a. The number of chromosomes in each of the daughter cells is (1 point) Your response: c. 6. do not conduct electricity well.1 point awarded. (You answered correctly!) The correct answer is: a. d. A cell with a diploid number of 12 chromosomes undergoes mitosis. c.

Neither a nor b is correct. d. b. axial bundle axial filament axoneme axillary tubule . An arrangement of microtubules along the length of cilia and flagella is called the __________. have extremely uneven surfaces. c. (You answered correctly!) The correct answer is: a. (1 point) Your response: d. autophagic vacuole 1 point awarded. axoneme (You answered correctly!) 1 point awarded. (1 point) Your response: c. c. suicide vacuole turnover lysosome recycling vacuole autophagic vacuole 86. d. 85. Both a and b are correct.b. d. c. A(n) __________ is a special type of lysosome used by a cell to digest portions of its own cytoplasm. b. The correct answer is: a.

Pasteur. The correct answer is: a. None of these. spirochetes.87. Lister. ethanol. 89. iodine. Jenner. b. The correct answer is: a. Lister. phenol. Antiseptic surgery was pioneered by (1 point) Your response: b. (You answered correctly!) The correct answer is: . c. 88. Kitasato. c. d. 1 point awarded. phenol. b. (You answered correctly!) 1 point awarded. Bacteria that are shaped like flexible helices are (1 point) Your response: c. d. (You answered correctly!) 1 point awarded. The first surgical antiseptic to be used was (1 point) Your response: c.

vibrios. nutrient cytosis. c. 91. 90. d. d.a. c. the use of DNA for the storage of genetic information the presence of ribosomes for the synthesis of proteins the presence of membrane-delimited organelles within the cytoplasm All of these. Which of the following is useful in distinguishing between procaryotic and eucaryotic cells? (1 point) Your response: c. b. d. The process by which a cell imports large particles by enclosing them in vesicles pinched off from the plasma membrane is called (1 point) Your response: b. phagocytosis. 1 point awarded. spirochetes. spirilla. . coccobacilli. The correct answer is: a. c. b. b. (You answered correctly!) The correct answer is: a. phagocytosis. the presence of membrane-delimited organelles within the cytoplasm (You answered correctly!) 1 point awarded. pinocytosis. exocytosis.

(You answered correctly!) The correct answer is: a. All of the above are true. d. nutrient cytosis. A 30x objective and a 20x ocular produce a total magnification of (1 point) Your response: d. 94. hydrolyzes ubiquitin-marked eucaryotic proteins in an ATP dependent process. c. phagocytosis. d.92. b. 93. The process by which a cell imports solutes by enclosing them in vesicles pinched off from the plasma membrane is called (1 point) Your response: c. c. produces peptides for antigen presentation during immunological responses. 1 point awarded. pinocytosis. All of the above are true. The proteosome (1 point) Your response: d. exocytosis. functions to degrade most eucaryotic proteins. (You answered correctly!) The correct answer is: a. pinocytosis. 1 point awarded. (You answered correctly!) . b. 600x.

b. 600x. (You answered correctly!) The correct answer is: a. cisternae. Pasteur b. van Leeuwenhoek 1 point awarded. The endoplasmic reticulum is composed of flattened sacs called (1 point) Your response: c. b.1 point awarded. (You answered correctly!) 1 point awarded. d. c. thylakoids. 95. c. The correct answer is: a. 320x. Lister c. d. vacuomes. van Leeuwenhoek . cristae. 230x. 96. cisternae. The correct answer is: a. Who of the following was the first to observe and accurately describe microorganisms? (1 point) Your response: c. 50x.

(1 point) Your response: a. d. 1 point awarded. endoplasmic reticulum. c. d. plasma membrane. Tyndall 97. lysosome. nucleus. . b. The major site of cell membrane synthesis is the (1 point) Your response: d. inner outer inner and outer neither inner nor outer 98. inner (You answered correctly!) 1 point awarded. The correct answer is: a. The enzymes and electron carriers involved in electron transport and oxidative phosphorylation are located in the __________ membrane of the mitochondrion. (You answered correctly!) The correct answer is: a. endoplasmic reticulum.d. c. b.

d. In the Gram-staining procedure. c. safranin. (97%) Click here for assessment statistics. alcohol. You may now close this window to return to PageOut®. (You answered correctly!) The correct answer is: a. microfilaments. Protein filaments with a diameter of 4-7 nm that play a role in cell movement and shape change are called (1 point) Your response: b. 97 points out of 100 awarded. b. (You answered correctly!) The correct answer is: a. the primary stain is (1 point) Your response: c. crystal violet. 1 point awarded. crystal violet. b. intermediate filaments. mycelia. microfilaments. 100. iodine. d. c. .99. microtubules. 1 point awarded.

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