1. In a bacterial cell, where are genes located?

  • Bacteria do not have genes at all
  • On their legs
  • There is a single loop of chromosomal DNA carrying most of them and maybe some plasmid DNA carrying genes not found in the chromosomal DNA
  • The bacterial cell has nuclei which contain the DNA of the bacteria, thus the genes
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2. A/n ____microscope magnifies x2000

  • light
  • electron
  • modern
  • atomic

3. What is the role of the cell wall of a plant cell?

  • it keeps out pathogen
  • it contains cell sap so keeps the plant turgid
  • it is tough so helps support the cell and helps it keep its place
  • it controls what enters and leaves the cell

4. A/n ______microscope magnifies x 10 million

  • modern
  • atomic
  • electron
  • light

5. If I magnified an item with a x5 eyepiece lens and it had 20x magnification, what would the magnification of the objective be?

  • x0.25
  • x4
  • x5
  • x100


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