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Question number: 840

» Digestive & Excretory Systems

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Which of the following function is not performed by the liver?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Production of albumin and blood clotting proteins

b.

Storage of water-soluble vitamins

c.

Storage of vitamin B12

d.

Carbohydrate metabolism

e.

Lipid metabolism

Question number: 841

» Microbiology

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Which of the following gas would be toxic for a facultative anaerobe?

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a.

Oxygen

b.

Water vapor

c.

Carbon dioxide

d.

Nitrogen

e.

Chlorine

Question number: 842

» Eukaryotic Cell

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Cytoskeletal structures and their proteins are associated with all of the following EXCEPT

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Cilia structure

b.

Importation of LDL through a membrane

c.

Attachment to anchor proteins

d.

Cytokinesis

e.

Movement of vesicles through the cell

Question number: 843

» Evolution

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Which of the following statement defines genetic drift?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Involves the movement of a species

b.

Involves sudden change in population frequency

c.

Involves the movement of genes from one species to another

d.

Involves sudden changes gene frequency of a population

e.

Involves the movement of genes towards different geographical regions

Question number: 844

» Microbiology

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Bacterial cultures progress through four phases of growth when retained within a closed system. At which phase would you expect the greatest ratio of dead to living cells?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

During the stationary phase

b.

During the log phase

c.

During the logarithmic decline phase

d.

During the lag phase

e.

Between the lag phase and the log phase

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