1. What are protists? (1 point) prokaryotes that are part of domain Archaea eukaryotes that are not part of the plant, animal, or fungi kingdoms single-celled organisms that belong to the plant, animal, and fungi kingdoms single-celled eukaryotes that are

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  1. chemistry

    1. Which of the following statements about the cell theory is correct? a) All living organisms are made up of one or more cells. b) All cells arise from other, pre-existing cells c) All eukaryotic cells contain symbiotic prokaryotes. d) All prokaryotic

  2. physics

    You shoot an arrow into the air. Two seconds later (2.00 s) the arrow has gone straight upward to a height of 30.0 m above its launch point part A:What was the arrow's initial speed?part B:How long did it take for the arrow to first reach a height of 15.0

  3. ELA

    Nice plants filled the hotel lobby. Which word choice is best to add more precision to the sentence? (1 point) leafy plants many plants green plants spider plants Raccoons eat all sorts of things. How could this sentence be rewritten to use domain-specific

  4. math

    Use a graph to determine whether the given function is continuous on its domain. HINT [See Example 1.] f(x) = x + 7 if x < 0 2x − 5 if x ≥ 0 1 continuous discontinuous If it is not continuous on its domain, list the points of discontinuity. (If there

  5. calculus

    for the given functions f and g, find the following and state the domain of each. f(x)=square root x; g(x)=5x-1 a. (f*g)(x)= ? what is the domain of f*g? b. (f/g)(x)=? what is the domain of f/g? please show work

  6. Calculus

    Explain, using the theorems, why the function is continuous at every number in its domain. F(x)= 2x^2-x-3 / x^2 +9 A) F(x) is a polynomial, so it is continuous at every number in its domain. B) F(x) is a rational function, so it is continuous at every

  7. physics

    An egg is thrown nearly vertically upward from a point near the cornice of a tall building. It just misses the cornice on the way down and passes a point a distance 48.0 m below its starting point at a time 5.00s after it leaves the thrower's hand. Air

  8. MATH

    for the given functions f and g find the following and state the domain of each result f(x)=3x+1/8x-9; g(x)=5x/8x-9 A) (f+g)(x)=? B)domain of (f+g) c) (f/g)(x)=? d) domain of f/g? please show work

  9. Biology

    1. What are protists? (1 point) prokaryotes that are part of domain Archaea eukaryotes that are not part of the plant, animal, or fungi kingdoms single-celled organisms that belong to the plant, animal, and fungi kingdoms single-celled eukaryotes that are

  10. biology

    1) Gene regulation in eukaryotes a) usually involves in operons b) is simpler than in prokaryotes c) allows for cell specialization d) includes the action of an operator region i think its C can you please explain to me why it is c or why it isnt if i got

  11. la

    The mechanic said the car needed some brake things replaced. Which phrase uses domain-specific vocabulary to replace the imprecise language in the sentence? (1 point) an important part the wheel cylinders some part that wore out things that stop the car

  12. reading

    1.What is the main purpose of a dictionary?(1 point) A.to provide information about domain-specific words related to a text B.to provide definitions and pronunciation of words C.to provide a list of synonyms and antonyms for words D.to provide a list of

  13. Science

    Most bacteria are A: unicellular eukaryotes B: unicellular prokaryotes C: multicellular eukaryotes D: multicellular prokaryotes Is the answer B?

  14. Science

    Protists and Fungi:Connexus What is one way that both protists and fungi get energy? Creating their own energy. Absorbing energy from their surroundings. Eating particles through endocytosis.. By eating larger organisms. What is it for this?

  15. Algebra 2

    A function is created to represent the amount of money in your checking account. What restrictions would be made to the domain? -The domain would include all real numbers.* -The domain would only include positive integers. -The domain would only include

  16. Biology

    1. All fungi are ~photosynthetic ~heterotrophic ~autotropic ~parasitic 2. What structure is missing in the fungal hypae shown on the right side of Figure 21-5? ~cell walls ~cross walls ~nuclei ~cytoplasm 3. Which of the following is true of fungi? ~Like

  17. Calc

    Find the functions a) f o g, b) g o f, c) f o f, d) g o g, and their domains. f(x)= square root of x, g(x)= cube root of 1-x These are my answers, but I am not sure about them and I only figured out one domain... that is the part that really confuses me.

  18. MC science history

    Which of the following is not considered part of the "golden age" of microbiology? A.First artificial vaccine is developed B.Gram stain is devised C, Viruses are defined D.all of the above Who determined Archaea are the third domain of life? A.Carl Woese

  19. Algebra

    1. Graph the function and identify the domain and range. y=-5x^2 oo=infinite A) Domain: (-oo, oo) Range: [0, oo) B) Domain: (-oo, oo) Range: (-oo, 0] C) Domain: (-oo, oo) Range: (-oo, 0] D) Domain: (-oo, oo) Range: [0, oo) 2. How is the graph of y=-6x^2-4

  20. biology

    Which is true about eukaryotes? Their cells are generally smaller than those of prokaryotes. Their cells have plasmids. Their cells have membrane-bound organelles. Their cells do not have any DNA.

  21. Science

    Do prokaryotes or eukaryotes have cell Wall?

  22. Biology

    There are many differences between the two major cell types: prokaryotes and eukaryotes. However, the different structures and modes of organization perform basically the same functions. Briefly compare and contrast the different features or functions of

  23. Science

    Which of the following distinguishes this bacterial cell from eukaryotes? a DNA in the bacterial cell is always in contact with the cytoplasm, and all eukaryotes have DNA located inside a nucleus. b The bacterial cell has both a cell membrane and a cell

  24. biology

    why can prokaryotes make more ATP than eukaryotes

  25. science

    All plants are _____. unicellular prokaryotes multicellular prokaryotes multicellular eukaryotes** unicellular eukaryotes i think multicellular eukaryotes

  26. college alg

    for the given functions f and g find the following and state the domain of each result f(x)=3x+1/8x-9; g(x)=5x/8x-9 (they look like fractions) A) (f+g)(x)=? B)domain of (f+g) c) (f/g)(x)=? d) domain of f/g? please show work

  27. Pre-Calc

    Suppose that f has a domain of A and g has a domain of B. (a). What is the domain of f + g? (b). What is the domain of fg? (c). What is the domain of f/g? Is there a mathematical rule or theorem for this type of question?

  28. Biology

    single celled prokaryotes like the bacteria and archaea are the dominant and most diversified groups of living forms today. does this support their ancient origins? Explain

  29. bio

    Which is true about eukaryotes? Their cells do not have any DNA. Their cells have plasmids. Their cells are generally smaller than those of prokaryotes. Their cells have membrane-bound organelles.

  30. science helpppppp again!!

    the cell theory was developed by Robert hooke*** developed before microscopes were invented developed only after electron microscopes became widely used developed by many scientists over the years Most Bacteria are unicellular eukaryotes unicellular

  31. Biology

    Just need this checked: 'The cytoskeleton of eukaryotes serves many functions. One of these functions is served in prokaryotes by a different major structure. Which structural feature is it? How do these different structures serve the same function in the

  32. Biology

    Can someone please tell me if I have the right answers? Pasteur's experiments led to which theory? A. biogenesis theory B. endosymbiont theory C. evolution theory D. spontaneous generation theory I think its A or D Scientists have fossil evidence for which

  33. Science

    Difference between prokaryotes and eukaryotes

  34. biology

    select the structure below that is not found in both prokaryotes and eukaryotes

  35. Biology

    Prokaryotes produce 38 ATP per glucose molecule and eukaryotes produce 36 ATP why? I know that the two are lost, but I am not sure if it is in the processing of the sugars or the transport? Does anyone know where these two are lost or why?

  36. AP Biology

    Why are Eukaryotes more difficult to Transform than Prokaryotes? What methods can be used to transform Eukaryotes?

  37. science

    Bacteria are examples of what kind of organism? A.Simple,single-celled organisms called eukaryotes B.Complex,multi-celled organisms called prokaryotes C.Simple,single-celled organisms called prokaryotes D.Complex,multi-celled organisms called eukaryotes

  38. Earth Science to Ms.Sue

    9. Another name for unicellular organisms that dominated Earth up to the Precambrian time is A. eukaryotes. B. cyanobacteria. C. stromatolites. D. prokaryotes. D?

  39. biology

    prokaryotes and eukaryotes differ in many regards. Discuss these differences with respect to: genetic organization, regulatory control and post-transcriptional control

  40. Biology--Urgent

    Need help with these: a) What is a major structural advantage that eukaryotic cells have over prokaryotic cells? Why is this so important? b) Identify one similar and one different way each type of cell uses flagella c)The cytoskeleton of eukaryotes serves

  41. Biology

    b) Identify one similar and one different way each type of cell [prokaryote and eukaryote] uses flagella. My answer: In both prokaryotes and eukaryotes, flagella protrude from the cell's surface and enable movement. Prokaryotic flagella rotate, propelling

  42. math

    An increasing linear function with independent variable x and dependent variable y approaches the point (−1, 1). If this function is defined only when x is greater than −1 and y is greater than 1, what are the domain and range of this function?(1

  43. Science

    Most bacteria are a. unicellular eukaryotes b. unicellular prokaryotes c. multicellular eukaryotes d. multicellular prokaryotes is the answer d or c?

  44. science

    most bacteria are A) unicellular eukaryotes B) unicellular prokaryotes C) multicellular eukaryotes D) multicellular prokaryotes

  45. grammar help

    Hi, Please help me fix grammatical and any other mistakes in my writing. #1- So the story begin when a small aerobic prokaryote came in a large prokaryote the large prokaryote ingests it and it turns to a mitochondrion , then a small photosynthetic

  46. Bio

    What denotes the main relationship between protists and prokaryotes? do they both undergo transcription and translation? do they have different genetic codes?

  47. Biology

    5. which of the following is true of fungi? A. Like plants, they carry out photosynthesis B. Like some prokaryotes, they are autotrophs C. Like animals, they lack cell walls D. Like protists, they are eukaryotic

  48. Biology

    Need help with this one: c)The cytoskeleton of eukaryotes serves many functions. One of these functions is served in prokaryotes by a different major structure. Which structural feature is it? How do these different structures serve the same function in

  49. biology

    Question: What are the distinguishing characteristics of prokaryotes? My Answer: Prokaryotes range in size from 1 to 5 micrometers, making them much smaller than most eukaryoteic cells. Prokaryotes can be divided into two very different groups Eubacteria

  50. biology

    why are yeast classified as eukaryotes? i know they are in kingdom fungi and all the members are eukaryotes but why?

  51. Biology

    1. All fungi are ~photosynthetic ~heterotrophic ~autotropic ~parasitic 2. What structure is missing in the fungal hypae shown on the right side of Figure 21-5? ~cell walls ~cross walls ~nuclei ~cytoplasm 3. Which of the following is true of fungi? ~Like

  52. Calculus

    Find the functions a) f o g, b) g o f, c) f o f, d) g o g, and their domains. f(x)= square root of x, g(x)= cube root of 1-x These are my answers, but I am not sure about them and I only figured out one domain... that is the part that really confuses me.

  53. Biology

    Viruses to plants review practice answers!!! 1.by shape,how they move,and how they get energy 2.is destroyed when it bursts 3.the makeup of their cell walls 4.todays protists and plants,fungi,and animals have an ancient common ancestor 5.like protists,they

  54. calculus

    for the given functions f&g, find the following and state the domain of each result. f(x)=5x+4/7x-8; g(x)=2x/7x-8 a.(f+g)(x)= ? what is the domain? b. (f/g)(x)= ? what is the domain? Please show work

  55. math

    i suck at domain and range.... this doesn't make any sense... a. Given the relation {(-3,-2)(-1,0)(2,-1)(3,5)}, explain why the domain would NOT be -3

  56. Biology

    Protists are a heterogeneous group of ________. Plants Animals Fungi Eukaryotes Prokaryotes

  57. Biology

    There are many differences between the two major cell types: prokaryotes and eukaryotes. However, the different structures and modes of organization perform basically the same functions. Briefly compare and contrast the different features or functions of

  58. bioalagy cells

    in what types of cells(prokaryotes or eukaryotes) is cytoplasm and cytoskeleton Your antiquated instructor probably wants cytoskeleton for an answer because until recently it was assumed prokaryotes had no cytoskeleton. That is not likey the case. please

  59. Biology

    I'm having some trouble on these questions and I was wondering if I could have some help/be pointed in the right direction. 1. Which of the following about Protists is FALSE? a) They are prokaryotes b) The animal-like protists are the protozoans c) The

  60. Microbiology

    What kingdoms and groups of microbes are found in these two domains, Domain Bacteria and Domain Archaea?

  61. Micro

    The ____ is a major group of Archaea that do not have cell walls, has an S-layer, can be square shaped and have intricate networks between the cells A) Crenarchaeota B) Euryarchaeota C) Nanoarchaeota D) Korarchaeota The ______ is a group of Archaea that

  62. prokaryotic/cells

    We just got through with a lab and we looked at ecoli, anabaena. There first section is prokaryotic cells and the question is did all living cells you saw in the lab contain mitochondrion. I know mitochondrion is the energy powerhouse of the cell but see

  63. Microbiology

    Both prokaryotes and eukaryotes have ribosomes, but some antibiotics specifically target prokaryotic ribosomes. How is it possible to use these antibiotics to treat human diseases and how do they affect eukaryotic cells?

  64. Biology

    How are the following terms related to the process of transcription and one another? Eukaryotes, Prokaryotes, membrane-bound nucleus, introns, exons, precursor RNA (pre-mRNA), mature RNA, heterochromatin, euchromatin, and structural gene.

  65. science

    Question 1 of 20 5.0 Points Which statement is correct? A. Both protists and fungi are eukaryotic. B. Both animals and fungi lack cell walls. C. Both plants and fungi undergo photosynthesis. D. Like some prokaryotes, fungi are autotrophic. any help??

  66. Biology

    Which of the following statements are accurate? A. All animals are prokaryotes B. All animals are autotrophic eukaryotes C. All animals have tissues D. All animals have organs E. All animals are multicellular.

  67. science

    first word in an organisms name: bacteria, classification, domain, genus, protists, or species? which would you say?

  68. Small Group Communication

    Regulating participation, climate making, and maintaining mutual respect are all part of the ___________. task domain, interpersonal domain, procedural domain, work domain, or life skills domain. I believe this is the life skills domain.

  69. Biology

    Some protists were once classified as simple plants, others as fungi. Why are protists difficult to classify?

  70. Science

    1. The combination of sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxide, and atmospheric moisture creates A. drinking water. B. smog. C. pesticides. D. acid rain. D? 2. Another name for unicellular organisms that dominated Earth up to the Precambrian time is A. eukaryotes.

  71. Biology

    The metabolic pathways of organism living today evolved over a long period of time- undoubtedly in a step wise fashion because of their complexity. Considering everything you have learned to date about the evolution of life on Earth, put the following in

  72. Science urgent help please:)

    Compare the forms of locomotion used by the 4 phyla of animal like protists? Describe the process of conjunction . Is conjunction a form of reproduction? Explain In what ways are animal like protists helpful to other living things?

  73. Algebra 2

    Hi, I need help finding the domain and range of the Quadratic Model on part b. I've included part a. just in case you may need it. a.The parabolic path of a thrown ball can be modeled by the table. the top of the wall is at (5,6). Will the ball go over the

  74. Biology

    c. The cytoskeleton of eukaryotes serves many functions. One of these functions is served in eukaryotes by a different major structure. Which structural feature is it? How do these different structures serve the same function in the two cell types? Is it

  75. For MUFFY

    You stated on Saturday that you understood my solution as far as part a) and b) were, so let me just recap what we did. (I will not repeat the actual question) My Solution: Suppose we label the point of contact P(x,y). I bet P is in the first quadrant. but

  76. science

    learning about protists i have a blank to fill in: Producers use _____ as energy , during what process?? i wrote sunlight , photosyntheses process is this right? Quest2 Protists producers are algae that have green pigment, chlorphyll that is used for

  77. Science urgent help

    A scientist observes that termites are fed a certain antibiotic die a starvation after a few days. The scientist also notices that certain protists that live inside the termites guy are affected by the antibiotic in a peculiar way: although the protists

  78. Please help science

    A scientist observes that termites are fed a certain antibiotic die a starvation after a few days. The scientist also notices that certain protists that live inside the termites guy are affected by the antibiotic in a peculiar way: although the protists

  79. Biology

    Can someone please tell me if I have the right answers? Pasteur's experiments led to which theory? A. biogenesis theory B. endosymbiont theory C. evolution theory D. spontaneous generation theory I think its A or D Scientists have fossil evidence for which

  80. Math

    An observer atop a cliff sees a speedboat approaching a dock located at the base of the cliff directly below the observer. Express the distance, d, from the observer tot he boat as a function of the distance, x, from the boat to the dock, if the cliff is

  81. Trigonometry

    In this problem, you will describe in detail how we arrive at the accepted definition of the function y= Arccsc(x) a) Sketch the cosecant function over the interval (-2pi, 2pi) i can do that b) This function is not one to one - please explain in detail the

  82. biology

    What is the difference between Bacteria and Archaea?

  83. Biology

    23. A medical condition that can be treated by using proteins produced through genetic engineering is a. depression b. multiple sclerosis c. hemophilia d. all of the above 26. Endosymbiosis best explains the possible evolutionary beginnings of a.

  84. Calculus.

    Given the function f with the restricted domain, find the points at which the tangent line is horizontal. f(x)=2sec(x)-tan(x) Domain: [-pi/2,pi/2] * I got (pi/6, square root of 3), but I am not sure if that is right, or if there is another point.

  85. Math

    The domain of g(x) is -1< x < 9 What is the domain of g(x - 4) I know the Domain: ?< x

  86. Math

    Given f(x) = 1/x^2 -4 and g(x)= log, identify the steps you would take to determine the domain of (g ° f) (x). What is the domain of (g ° f) (x)? Would the domain of (f ° g) (x) be the same ? Explain the domain of (f°g) (x)

  87. Algebra 2

    Part 1 Describe the graphs of the functions f(x) = 2^x – 1 and g(x) = –2^x – 1 Part 2 Compare and contrast the domain and range of f(x) and g(x).

  88. AP Biology Help

    Does anyone know the definition of an OPPORTUNISTIC POPULATION? I have looked all over the internet and i cant find anything. Opportunistic species are those that colonise an unstable or periodically extreme environment.They can colonise quickly, although

  89. Math

    HELP PLEASE!!! I'm having some trouble with this question on my Maths hw. Any help is appreciated:) Identify the domain and range of the function. y=-0.25x^2 1. domain: (-oo, 0] range: (-oo, oo) 2. domain: (-oo, oo) range: (-oo, 0] 3. domain: (-oo, oo)

  90. calculus

    (A) Consider the wave equation with c=1, l=1, u(0,t)=0, and u(l,t)=0. The initial data are: f(x)=x(1-x)2, g(x)=sin2(pi x). Find the value of the solution at x=0, t=10, and at x=1/3, t=0. Find the value of the solution at x=1/2, t=2. (B) Suppose that l=2,

  91. Math

    The question asked whether or not f(x) = 0.5e^x when x is less than or equal to zero and f(x) = 0.5e^(-x) when x is greater than or equal to zero is a valid probability density. I know that it is the integral... but usually you have a domain that is not a

  92. advanced functions/precalculus

    1. Given f(x)=x^2 and g(x)=x+2, determine in standard form: a)g(f(x)) b)when f(g(x))=g(f(x)) for #1 would the answer for a be x^2+2? 2. Given the functions f(x)=5x+7 and g(x)=√x state the domain of g(x) and g(f(x)) 3. Why is point (a,a) a point on

  93. Science (PLEASE ANSWER SOON)

    Most bacteria are: A) Unicellular eukaryotes B) Unicellular proaryotes C) Multicellular eukaryotes D) Multicellular proaryotes

  94. algebra

    Renee belongs to a bowling club. She scores 50, 52, 55, and 59 on her first four games. She hopes to continue improving according to this pattern. Part A: What are the next four terms in Renee’s sequence? Part B: Write an recursive function rule for the

  95. algebra 2

    Renee belongs to a bowling club. She scores 50, 52, 55, and 59 on her first four games. She hopes to continue improving according to this pattern. Part A: What are the next four terms in Renee’s sequence? Part B: Write an recursive function rule for the

  96. Biology Help Please!

    1 ) A temperature-sensitive mutation in the lacI gene of E. coli creates a repressor protein that has wild-type function at 30°, but is a superrepressor protein at 42° (unable to bind allolactose). You test this strain with and without lactose, at two

  97. Algebra

    13. Find the domain of y=2x+1 Bobpursley said: The domain of x is not restricted by that equation. Does that mean the domain is all real numbers?

  98. Math

    for the given functions f and g find the following and state the domain of each result f(x)=3x+1/8x-9; g(x)=5x/8x-9 A) (f+g)(x)=? B)domain of (f+g) c) (f/g)(x)=? d) domain of f/g? please show work

  99. math

    For the given functions f & g find the following and state the domain of each result. f(x)square root x;g(x)=5x-1 a.(f*g)(x)= What is the domain of f*g? b. (f/g)(x)= What is the domain of f/g?

  100. college algebra

    For the given functions f and g find the following and state the domain of each. f(x)=sqrt x; g(x)=7x-3 A.what is the domain of f*g? B. What is the domain of f/g? Please show all work.

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