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The bacterium Caulobacter crescentus is able to form long cell envelope extensions that increase the surface area-to-volume ratio when placed in adverse environments. What is the likely function of these envelope extensions?

To acquire nutrients

To aid in cell division

To increase its biomass

To propel itself away from the adverse environment>>>>>>>>>>>?

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    To acquire nutrients

    For you FLVS cheaters out there.

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    to acquire nutrients

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    Nutrients

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