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Protists include
A. Yeasts and molds
B. Algae and protozoa
C. Helminths
D. All of the choices are correct
E. None of the choices are correct

B. Algae and protozoa

The eukaryotic cell organelle that most resembles a bacterial cell is the
A. Nucleus
B. Golgi apparatus
C. Mitochondria
D. Lysosome
E. Ribosome

C. Mitochondria

The endosymbiotic theory says that precursor eukaryotic cells acquired flagella by endosymbiosis with a _____ ancestor and others gained photosynthetic ability from endosymbiosis with a _____ ancestor.
A. Protozoan, algae
B. Archaea, cyanobacteria
C. Spirochete, cyanobacteria
D. Helminth, algae
E. None of the choices are correct

C. Spirochete, cyanobacteria

The endosymbiotic theory has been developed to explain the emergence of
A. Archea
B. Bacteria
C. Prokaryotes
D. Eukaryotes
E. None of the choices are correct

D. Eukaryotes

Biologists have found evidence that eukaryotic cells evolved from prokaryotic organisms by a process of intracellular
A. Symbiosis
B. Parasitisim
C. Communalism
D. None of the choices are correct

A. Symbiosis

Which of the following is found in eukaryotic cells but not in prokaryotic cells?
A. Nucleus
B. Mitochondria
C. Endoplasmic reticulum
D. Lysosomes
E. All of the choices are correct

E. All of the choices are correct

Eukaryotic flagella differ from prokaryotic flagella because only eukaryotic flagella
A. Are used for cell motility
B. Facilitate chemo taxis
C. Facilitate photo taxis
D. Are long whip-like structures
E. Contain microtubules

E. Contain microtubules

Cilia are found in certain
A. Protozoa
B. Algae
C. Fungi
D. Bacteria
E. All of the choices are correct

A. Protozoa

There are nine peripheral pairs and one central pair of _____ found inside eukaryotic flagella and cilia.
A. Filaments
B. Microtubules
C. Flagella
D. Cilia
E. None of the choices are correct

B. Microtubules

Cell walls are not found on typical cells of
A. Protozoa
B. Algae
C. Fungi
D. Bacteria
E. All of the choices are correct

A. Protozoa

The eukaryotic cell's glycocalyx is
A. Mostly polysaccharide
B. The site where many metabolic reactions occur
C. Also called the cell wall
D. Composed of many diverse proteins
E. Protection against osmotic lysis

A. Mostly polysaccharide

Which of the following is not a function of the eukaryote glycocalyx?
A. Protection
B. Adherence
C. Movement
D. Reception of chemical signals
E. All of the choices are functions

C. Movement

Chitin is a chemical component of the cell walls of
A. Protozoa
B. Algae
C. Fungi
D. Bacteria
E. All of the choices are correct

C. Fungi

The eukaryote cell membrane is composed of
A. Sterols
B. Proteins
C. Phospholipids
D. All of these
E. Only sterols and phospholipids

D. All of these

The site for ribosomal RNA synthesis is the
A. Ribosome
B. Nucleolus
C. Nucleus
D. Golgi apparatus
E. Lysosome

B. Nucleolus

When a eukaryotic cell is not undergoing mitosis, the DNA and its associated proteins appear as a visible thread-like mass called the
A. Nuclear envelope
B. Nucleosome
C. Nucleolus
D. Nucleoplasm
E. Chromatin

E. Chromatin

Histones are
A. Found in polyribosomes
B. Enzymes found in lysosomes
C. Proteins of the cytoskeleton
D. Proteins associated with DNA in the nucleus
E. On the surface of rough endoplasmic reticulum

D. Proteins associated with DNA in the nucleus

The passageways in the nuclear envelope for movement of substances to and from the nucleus and cytoplasm are called nuclear
A. His tones
B. Chromatin
C. Pores
D. Endoplasmic reticulum
E. Inclusions

C. Pores

The cell's series of tunnel-like membranes functioning in transport and storage are the
A. Mitochondria
B. Iysosomes
C. Golgi apparatus
D. Chloroplasts
E. Endoplasmic reticulum

E. Endoplasmic reticulum

An organelle that is a stack of flattened, membranous sacs and functions to receive, modify and package proteins for cell secretion is the
A. Mitochondria
B. Lysosomes
C. Golgi apparatus
D. Chloroplasts
E. Endoplasmic reticulum

C. Golgi apparatus

Protists with contractile vacuoles
A. Are algae
B. Use them to expel excess water from the cell
C. Typically live in salty seawater
D. Use them for motility
E. All of the choices are correct

B. Use them to expel excess water from the cell

A _____ originates from the golgi apparatus as one type of vesicle that contains a variety of enzymes for intracellular digestion.
A. Perixosome
B. Lysosome
C. Magneto some
D. Inclusion
E. Ribosome

B. Lysosome

Which organelle contains cristae where enzymes and electron carriers for aerobic respiration are found?
A. Mitochondria
B. Lysosomes
C. Golgi apparatus
D. Chloroplasts
E. Endoplasmic reticulum

A. Mitochondria

Mitochondria possess all of the following except
A. Enzymes for metabolism
B. Cristae
C. Electron transport chain proteins
D. Enzymes for photosynthesis
E. 70S ribosomes (prokaryote)

D. Enzymes for photosyntesis

Which organelle is found in algae but not found in protozoa or fungi?
A. Mitochondria
B. Lysosomes
C. Golgi apparatus
D. Chloroplasts
E. Endoplasmic reticulum

D. Chloroplasts

In eukaryotic cells, which of the following contains DNA?
A. Nucleus, mitochondria, Golgi apparatus
B. Nucleus, endoplasmic reticulum, Golgi apparatus
C. Nucleus, nucleolus, Golgi apparatus
D. Nucleus, chloroplast, mitochondria
E. Nucleus, chloroplast, peroxisome

D. Nucleus, chloroplast, mitochondria

Chloroplasts are composed of membranous sacs called _____ that carry chlorophyll. Surrounding these sacs is a ground substance called _____.
A. Thylakoids, stroma
B. Granna, stroma
C. Cristae, stroma
D. Cristae, matrix
E. Thylakoid, matrix

A. Thylakoids, stroma

The size of a eukaryotic cell ribosome is
A. 30S
B. 40S
C. 50S
D. 70S
E. 80S

E. 80S

Which of the following is not true of the cytoskeleton?
A. Structural framework for the cell
B. Anchor points for organelles
C. Made up of microfilaments
D. Made up of microtubules
E. Made up of cilia

E. Made up of cilia

In eukaryotic cells, ribosomes have two locations: scattered in the _____ and on the surface of _____.
A. Cytoplasm, golgi apparatus
B. Nucleus, golgi apparatus
C. Cytoplasm, endoplasmic reticulum
D. Cytoplasm, golgi apparatus
E. Nucleus, endoplasmic reticulum

C. Cytoplasm, endoplasmic reticulum

The cytoskeleton
A. Anchors organelles
B. Provides support
C. Functions in movements of the cytoplasm
D. Helps maintain cell shape
E. All of the choices are correct

E. All of the choices are correct

Filamentous fungi are called
A. Pseudohyphae
B. Septa
C. Molds
D. Dimorphic
E. Mycelium

C. Molds

When buds remain attached, they form a chain of yeast cells called
A. Pseudohyphae
B. Septa
C. Molds
D. Dimorphic
E. Mycelium

A. Pseudohyphae

Fungi that grow as yeast at one temperature but will grow as mold at another temperature are called
A. Dimorphic
B. Saprobes
C. Pseudohyphae
D. Spores
E. Parasites

A. Dimorphic

Which is not a characteristic of fungi?
A. Cells have cell walls
B. Photosynthetic
C. Include single-celled and filamentous forms
D. Heterotrophic nutrition
E. Can use a wide variety of nutrients

B. Photosynthetic

The long, thread-like branching cells of molds are called
A. Conidiophores
B. Pseudohyphae
C. Hyphae
D. Septate
E. Ascus

C. Hyphae

Most fungi obtain nutrients from dead plants and animals. These fungi are called
A. Saprobes
B. Parasites
C. Substrates
D. Nonseptate
E. Dimorphic

A. Saprobes

The woven, intertwining mass of hyphae that makes up the body of a mold is a/an
A. Septum
B. Rhizoid
C. Spore
D. Bud
E. Mycelium

E. Mycellum

Fungal asexual spores
A. Are only produced under harmful environmental conditions
B. Are only asexually produced
C. Cannot be seen in a light microscope
D. Are produced by molds but not by yeasts
E. Are used to identify fungi

E. Are used to identify fungi

What two categories of fungi cause human diseases?
A. Primary and secondary
B. Primary and vegetative
C. Opportunistic and primary
D. Secondary and opportunistic
E. Vegetative and reproductive

C. Opportunistic and primary

Blooms of certain alga are associated with all of the following except
A. Paralytic shellfish poisoning
B. Red tides
C. Ciguatera
D. Pfiesteria piscicida
E. Amoebic dysentery

E. Amoebic dysentery

Pfiesteria is a/an
A. Toxic fungus
B. Toxic algae
C. Toxic heminth
D. Toxic protozoan
E. Bacterial endospore

B. Toxic algae

During unfavorable growth conditions, many protozoa can convert to a resistant, dormant stage called a/an
A. Endospore
B. Cyst
C. Seed
D. Trophozoite
E. Sporozoa

B. Cyst

All of the following are found in some or all protozoa except
A. Motility
B. Ectoplasm and endoplasm
C. Heterotrophic nutrition
D. Formation of a cyst stage
E. Cell wall

E. Cell wall

The motile, feeding stage of protozoa is called the
A. Trophozoite
B. Cyst
C. Sporozoite
D. Oocyst
E. Food vacuole

A. Trophozoite

The group of protozoa that have flagella are the
A. Sarcodina
B. Ciliophora
C. Mastigophora
D. Apicomplexa
E. None of the choices are correct

C. Mastigophora

The group of protozoa that are not mobile are the
A. Sarcodina
B. Ciliophora
C. Mastigophora
D. Apicomplexa
E. None of the choices are correct

D Apicomplexa

The group of protozoa that use pseudopodia to move are the
A. Sarcodina
B. Ciliophora
C. Mastigophora
D. Apicomplexa
E. None of the choices are correct

A. Sarcodina

Which is mismatched?
A. Giardia-transmitted by feces in drinking water
B. Histoplasma-causes Ohio Valley fever
C. Trichomonas-sexually transmitted
D. Plasmodium-causes Chagas disease
E. Trypanosomes -causes African sleeping sickness

D. Plasmodium-causes Chagas disease

Protozoan endoplasm contains
A. Ectoplasm
B. Mitochondria
C. Flagella
D. Oral groves
E. None of the choices are correct

B. Mitochondria

Protozoan cysts
A. Are part of all protozoan life cycles
B. Are necessary for transmission to a new host
C. Are analogous to bacterial endospores
D. Are the primary form of replication
E. All of the choices are correct

C. Are analogous to bacterial endospores

Amoebic dysentery is most commonly contracted through the
A. Fecal oral route from contaminated food or water
B. Direct transmission from one host to another
C. Puncture wounds
D. Insect bites
E. None of the choices are correct

A. Fecal oral route from contaminated food or water

The vector for the trypanosome of Chagas disease is the
A. Mosquito
B. Deer tick
C. Tse-tse fly
D. Reduviid bug
E. Nematode

D. Reduviid bug

All of the following are helminths except
A. Pinworms
B. Flukes
C. Trypanosomes
D. Roundworms
E. Tapeworms

C. Trypanosomes

Which of the following does not pertain to helminths?
A. In kingdom Protista
B. Parasitic worms
C. Eggs and sperm used for reproduction
D. Often alternate hosts in complex life cycles
E. Have various organ systems

A. In kingdom Protista

Larvae and eggs are developmental forms of
A. Protozoa
B. Algae
C. Helminthes
D. Fungi
E. None of the choices are correct

C. Helminthes

All of the following are helminths except
A. Tapeworms
B. Flukes
C. Flatworms
D. Round worms
E. All of the choices are helminthes

E. All of choices are helminthes

Adulthood and mating of helminths occur in which host?
A. Primary host
B. Secondary host
C. Definitive host
D. Transport host
E. Mating takes place in all hosts

D. Definitive host

Larval development of helminths occurs in which host?
A. Primary host
B. Secondary host
C. Definitive host
D. Transport host
E. Mating takes place in all hosts

B. Secondary host

Parasitic worms have a highly developed ______ system.
A. Digestive
B. Nervous
C. Respiratory
D. Muscular
E. Reproductive

E. Reproductive

In humans, helminthes generally infect the
A. Digestive tract
B. Urinary tract
C. Nervous system
D. Muscular system
E. Skin

A. Digestive tract

After returning from a trip to Africa, Tom begins to feel very tired and weak. He has severe anemia. A blood smear reveals a protozoan is present in his blood. The health care provider tells Tom he has malaria. Which of the following could be the causative agent of his disease?
A. HIV
B. T. solium
C. Plasmodium malariae
D. Trichophyton

C. Plasmodium malariae

Eating undercooked meat can lead to food poisoning and helminthic infection. What is the common host for Taenia solium?
A. Geese
B. Ducks
C. Pigs
D. Cows

C. Pigs

Under extreme conditions some bacilli go into a dormant, non-vegetative state called__ formation.
A. ciliated
B. cytoplasmic streaming
C. ameobiod
D. endospore

D. endospore

The eukaryotic cell membrane is a bilayer of sterols.
True or False.

False

The cell wall of fungi and algae are chemically identical to the prokaryotic cell wall.
True or False.

False

Chromosomes are generally not visible in the nucleus unless the cell is undergoing nuclear division.
True or False

True

The nuclear envelope is a single layer.
True or False.

False

Rough endoplasmic reticulum is studded with ribosomes.
True or False.

True

Eukaryotic mitochondria have their own 70S ribosomes and circular DNA.
True or False.

True

Algae are classified into Divisions based principally on their type of motility.
True or False.

False

Infections caused by fungi are called mycoses.
True or False.

True

All fungi have hyphae. True or False.

False

In humans, fungi can only infect the skin.
True or False

False

All fungi cause some kind of disease in plants and animals.
True or False.

False

Fungi can reproduce both sexually and asexually.
True or False.

True

All algae have chloroplasts.
True or False.

True

Plankton are floating communities of helminths.
True or False.

False

There are no algae that can cause human disease.
True or False.

False

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