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36) The group of viruses to which HIV belongs is A) negative-sense single-stranded RNA (I-JRNA) vinuses B) double-stranded DNA (dsDNA) virases C) RNA reverse-transcribing viruses 37) 37) Emerging viruses are A)viruses that have recently switched from one host to a new ho B) viruses that cause a new or previously undescribed C) viruses that have recently been found to cause diseases disease 38) The basic viral replication cycle that usually results in death of the 39) Which of the following is a modifßed stem used for carbohydrate storage 40) Which of these statements is not true about plant scierenchyma cellst cell is called A) the lytic cycle C) lysogeny B) the translation cycle D) the lysogenic cycle B) rhizome C) tuber D) stolon A) thorn A) Like parenchyma and collenchyma, they all contatn cytoplasm at maturity B) Long fibers are used in products such as hemp rope, linen, ramie, and paper. C) Their cell walls contain lignin in addition to cellulose. D) They can be gritty stone cells in pears and hard cells in nut shells E) They are the main support and water-transport cells in woody plants 41) 41) Root hairs on a root develop A) on the entire root surface C) before the oells elongate B) after the cells elongate D) on the root cap 42) Which of the following is not a group of cells behind the root cap? A) the zone of cellular maturation C) the zone of cellular division B) the zone of cellular elongation D) the zone of cellular communication 43) Cell-to-cell water movement akways occurs from: A) higher to lower solute potential B) higher to lower pressure potential C) lower to higher water potential D) higher to lower water potential E) lower to higher solute potential 44) 44) Translocation is A) the movement of xylem though the plant C) the movement of ions through a plant B) the movement of water through a plant D) the movement of sugars through a plant 45) 45) Which of the following characteristics defines an element as essential for a particular species? A) If it is present in high concentration, plant growth increases B) If it is missing, a plant cannot grow or reproduce normally C) If it is absent, other nutrients may be substituted for it D) It has to be added as fertilizer to achieve maximum seed production. A-6
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