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53) 53) What is the major goal of cellular respiration? A) Generate Oz B) Produce ATP. Q) Supply cell with fixed carbon. D) Reduce an electron acceptor molecule. E) All of the above answers apply. but not with Eukarya? 54)_ A) transcription mechanism begins with formylmethionine B) peptidoglycan cell walls C) absence of nucleus D) unicellular structure E) all of the above 55) Bacteria that use light to promote electrons to the top ot electo transport chains and produce ATP 55) using cellular respiration are called B) heterotrophs C) autotrophs D) organotrophs 56) The protist that causes trypanosomiasis (African sleeping sickness) is-transmitted to humans 56)- through the bite of a tsetse fly. Currently, insecticides are the most effective way to control tsetse fly populations and thus control the spread of trypanosomiasis. However, there is widespread fear that long-term use of insecticides may become less and less effective. Why? A) Natural selection could occur in the tsetse fly population, so that they could carry a different B) Natural selection could occur in the protist populations, so that they become able to infect C) Natural selection could occur in the tsetse fly population, so that they become resistant to the D) Natural selection could occur in the protist populations, so that they become able to inhabit a pathogenic protist. humans without an insect host insecticides. different insect host. 57) The key characteristic of the Plasmodium slime molds is 57) A) their ability to parasitize C) their carbon fixing in aquatic habitats B) their single nuclei per cell D) their huge supercell with many nuclei 58) The structure that encloses and protects the developing plant embryo is 58 A) the ovule C) the seed B) the pollen grain D) the dicot 59) What is characteristic of xylem cells that are mature? 59) A) They have only primary walls made of cellulose. B) They have only secondary walls made of lignin. C) They have both primary and secondary walls. D) They contain cytoplasm at maturity
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