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Which of the following cellular structures can be found in both prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells?
Cocci arranged in random clusters of cells represent which of the following arrangements
The function normally performed by mitochondria in eukaryotes is performed by ________ in prokaryotes.
B) cell membrane
The outer (cell) membrane component of the cell wall of gram negative bacteria
C) contains lipopolysaccharide
Eukaryotic cells add rigidity to their plasma membrane by including what component in the membrane
Which of the following cell structures could be found in both prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells?
When the fluid within a cell has a higher concentration of dissolved substances than the fluid surrounding the cell, we say the fluid surrounding the cell is
A typical bacterial cell has a salt concentration of about 1%. If the cell is placed in a solution containing 10% salt, the net flow of water will be
A) out of the cell
T or F: Production of ATP occurs on the cell membrane of prokaryotic cells and in the lysosomes of eukaryotic cells.
The ________ lies just outside the cell membrane in most bacteria and prevents the cell from lysing when fluids flow into the cell.
A bacterial cell wall consists of several components, the most important of which is ________, a polymer of N-acetylglucosamine and N-acetylmuramic acid.
The depletion of certain nutrients from the environment can cause some bacteria to form a protective structure known as a/n ________ .
The net flow of water will be out of a cell when a cell is placed in a ________ solution.
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