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Transcription begins at a site on the DNA called a promoter, located immediately before a gene or a set of genes Regarding micro

Transcription begins at a site on the DNA
called a promoter, located immediately
before a gene or a set of genes
Regarding microorganisms, which of the
following statements are FALSE
Gram-positive bacteria have a thick cell
wall composed primarily of phospholipids
and cell membrane
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Cell microbes can be divided into those are
prokaryotic (bacteria, archaea, plasmid,
prions) and those that are eukaryotic
(algae, protozoa, and fungi)
E. coli growth is better on lactose than on
glucose. Glucose will be used before
lactose given a choice
None of those

Transcription begins at a site on the DNA called a promoter, located immediately before a gene or a set of genes Regarding microorganisms, which of the following statements are FALSE Gram-positive bacteria have a thick cell wall composed primarily of phospholipids and cell membrane a Cell microbes can be divided into those are prokaryotic (bacteria, archaea, plasmid, prions) and those that are eukaryotic (algae, protozoa, and fungi) E. coli growth is better on lactose than on glucose. Glucose will be used before lactose given a choice None of those

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