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Bacteria differ from amoebas because:
a) bacteria can survive on their own b) bacteria contain cytoplasm c) bacteria are unicellular d) bacteria do not have nuclear membranes
Each of the following has DNA inside a nucleus except for:
a) fungus b) plants c) protists d) bacteria
Mold cells, which are a fungus, would contain:
a) cell walls, cytoplasm, and a nucleus b) chloroplasts, nucleus, and cell walls c) no nucleus, cytoplasm, and a cell wall d) none of the above
Plants and animals both:
a) are prokaryotes b) are unicellular c) contain mitochondria d) are surrounded by cell walls
Which of the following use flagella to move?
a) bacteria and euglena b) paramecium and volvox c) euglenas only d) amoebas and plant cells
A fungus cell contains all of the following EXCEPT for:
a) chloroplasts b) a cell wall c) a nucleus d) cytoplasm
Pseudopods are used by ____ to move.
a) paramecium b) volvox c) euglena d) amoebas
Plants are:
a) multicellular eukaryotes b) unicellular eukaryotes c) multicellular prokaryotes d) unicellular eukaryotes
All of the following are eukaryotes EXCEPT for:
a) plants b) protists c) bacteria d) animals
Where is the DNA found in a bacteria cell?
a) inside its nucleus b) bacteria do not contain DNA c) inside its mitochondria d) within its cytoplasm
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