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which of the following statements concerning cells of bacteria and archaea is correct?
DNA is present in both archaea and bacteria
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Robert Koch is best known for which of the following contributions? 1. discovery of Archaea 2. discovery of Bacteria 3. identifying distinctions between Bacteria and Archaea 4. establishing a link between bacteria and disease
4. establishing a link between bacteria and disease
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Which of the following is a true statement concerning bacteria and archaea? A) Bacteria are often found in sufficiently dry environments. B) Bacteria and archaea have identical types of cell walls. C) No archaea are known to cause disease in humans. D) Bacteria reproduce asexually, while archaea reproduce sexually.
C) No archaea are known to cause disease in humans.
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6. Compare briefly the two groups of prokaryotic cells—bacteria and archaea. a. Describe three specific extreme environments in which members of archaea are found.
BACTERIA -cell wall contains peptidoglycan ARCHEA – can live in more extreme environments -similar to eukaryotes 1. Halophiles extremist live in unusually salty habitats 2.Thermophiles extremist live in very hot environments 3.Acidophiles extremist live in acidic enviorments
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Prokaryotes are classified as belonging to two different domains. What are the domains? A) Bacteria and Eukarya B) Archaea and Protista C) Bacteria and Fungi D) Bacteria and Archaea E) Bacteria and Protista
Bacteria and Archaea
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If Bacteria and Archaea in a 1-square-meter plot of soil were killed, what would happen? 1. Oxygen levels in the atmosphere would drop. 2. Most of the animals on the plot would die. 3. Carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere would increase. 4. Most of the plants on the plot would die.
4. Most of the plants on the plot would die. Nearly all plants depend on the nitrogen fixation of Bacteria and Archaea in the soil.
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Which of the following is a true statement concerning bacteria and archaea? A.Bacteria and archaea have identical types of cell walls. B.Bacteria reproduce asexually, while archaea reproduce sexually. C.Bacteria are often found in sufficiently dry environments. D.No archaea are known to cause disease in humans.
1.Prokaryotes are made up of which two groups?A. Bacteria and fungiB. Bacteria and archaeaC. Protozoa and animalsD. Archaea and fungi 2.Ribosomal RNA-based studies reveal thatA. All eukaryotic organisms are related but that all prokaryotic organisms are not necessarily related. B. The arachaea are most closely related to the viruses. C. All prokaryotic organims are related but that all eukaryotic organisms are not necessarily related. D. All organisms are thought to have diverged from a common ancestral organism.
1. B2. D
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True or FalseBoth bacteria and archaea are prokaryotes
In the diagram below, “A” is _____ ; “B” is _____. -the common ancestor of life; the common ancestor of Archaea and Eukarya -the common ancestor of all life; the common ancestor of Bacteria and Archaea -the most recent species identified on Earth; the common ancestor of Archaea and Eukarya -the most recent species identified on Earth; an ancestor of group “A”