Question: All plants arewhereas all animals and fungi are a. heterotrophs; autotrophs b. autotrophs; hetero…


All plants arewhereas all animals and fungi are a. heterotrophs; autotrophs b. autotrophs; heterotrophs c. aerobes; anaerobes d. anaerobes; aerobes The study of plants and their impact on humans is important because plants a. provide food, shelter, and clothing b. influence world climate c. provide the ecological support system linking all living organisms in their environment d. contribute to the natural beauty of the world and play a role in many recreational pursuits e. all of the above Which of the following kingdoms contain organisms that are eukaryotic and unicellular? a. Animalia b. Plantae c. Monera d. Protista Most bacteria and all animals are heterotrophs, meaning that they a. depend on other organisms as sources of organic compounds b. carry out photosynthesis c. live only on dead organic matter d. make organic compounds from simple inorganicprecursors Which of the following is a characteristic of all living organisms? a. reproduction b. response to stimuli c. metabolism d. all of these In some photosynthetic bacteria, the light-absorbing pigments are located a. in the nucleoid b. in the chloroplasts c. on internal foldings of the plasma membrane d. on the peptidoglycan cell capsule layer Which macromolecule is the chief structural polymer in plant cells but is not readily digestible by most animals? a. starch b. glycerol c. cellulose d. fructosee. glycogen Which molecule stores twice as much energy as the same amount of carbohydrate? a. lipid b. starch c. cellulose d. proteine cutin Polymers of polysaccharides, nucleic acids, and proteins are all synthesized from monomers by a. connecting monosaccharides together b. the addition of water to each monomer c. the removal of water (dehydration reactions) d. ionic bonding of the monomers e. the formation of disulfide bridges between monomers Secondary growth is a. growth in height b. growth of the root into the soil. c. growth in thickness

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All plants arewhereas all animals and fungi are a. heterotrophs; autotrophs b. autotrophs; heterotrophs c. aerobes; anaerobes d. anaerobes; aerobes The study of plants and their impact on humans is important because plants a. provide food, shelter, and clothing b. influence world climate c. provide the ecological support system linking all living organisms in their environment d. contribute to the natural beauty of the world and play a role in many recreational pursuits e. all of the above Which of the following kingdoms contain organisms that are eukaryotic and unicellular? a. Animalia b. Plantae c. Monera d. Protista Most bacteria and all animals are heterotrophs, meaning that they a. depend on other organisms as sources of organic compounds b. carry out photosynthesis c. live only on dead organic matter d. make organic compounds from simple inorganicprecursors Which of the following is a characteristic of all living organisms? a. reproduction b. response to stimuli c. metabolism d. all of these In some photosynthetic bacteria, the light-absorbing pigments are located a. in the nucleoid b. in the chloroplasts c. on internal foldings of the plasma membrane d. on the peptidoglycan cell capsule layer Which macromolecule is the chief structural polymer in plant cells but is not readily digestible by most animals? a. starch b. glycerol c. cellulose d. fructosee. glycogen Which molecule stores twice as much energy as the same amount of carbohydrate? a. lipid b. starch c. cellulose d. proteine cutin Polymers of polysaccharides, nucleic acids, and proteins are all synthesized from monomers by a. connecting monosaccharides together b. the addition of water to each monomer c. the removal of water (dehydration reactions) d. ionic bonding of the monomers e. the formation of disulfide bridges between monomers Secondary growth is a. growth in height b. growth of the root into the soil. c. growth in thickness

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