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What type of molecule is not abundant as a nutritional component in the food that we eat?


molecules that belong to a group that includes sterols

molecules that contain nitrogenous bases and sugar-phosphate backbones


molecules that are important in fast energy metabolism and energy storage


molecules that are characterized by peptide bonds


molecules that contain high energy, saturated hydrocarbons
Which is the
1. Smallest living cell
2. Smallest bacteria
3. Largest bacteria
4. Longest bacteria
5. First discovered bacteria ?
Genetic counseling is useful in predicting the probability of a child being born with a Mendelian inherited trait. Sickle cell anemia is caused by a recessive allele. A couple would like to know the chances of their child having sickle cell anemia. Parent #2 has the disease; parent #1 does not. Based on phenotype, parent #2 would have the genotype, ss. Parent #1 could be genotype, SS or Ss. Punnett Squares have been set up for crosses using both possible genotypes of parent #1. Should the couple be concerned that their child may have sickle cell disease? Why or why not?
What is the difference between spirillum and spirochaete bacteria ?
Most phases of the lifecycles of slime molds are ........ (Haploid/Diploid)
How do diatoms, dinoflagellates, and euglenoids store food ?
In Euglena, pellicle is ....

A. Thin and proteinaceous
B. Thin and lipoproteinaceous
C. Thick and proteinaceous
D. Thick and lipoproteinaceous
Approximately how many cells of staphylococci will be able to fit in the volume of a human red blood cell?
A. 10.
B. 1000.
C. 10000.
D. 50000
How many E.coli bacteria needed to stop one listeria bacteria? Or What is the ratio of E.coli to Listeria needed to feel better?
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