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. In eucaryotes, where do amino acids polymerize and become long polypeptides? A golgi complex B. rough endoplasmic reticulum c. ribosomes in the cytoplasm and the mitochondria D. B and c but not A E. A, B and C are correct 44. Which of these five answers has nothing to do with centrioles A. active during eukaryotic cell division B. microtubules are made here c. often have antibiotic resistance genes D. may have arisen from endosymbiosis E. related to the basal bodies of the flagella and cilia 45. A species of round-shaped bacteria with thick cell walls containing teichoic acid but no lipopolysaccharide A. should be a mycoplasma-like organism B. should have mitochondria with small ribosomes c. should be a gram positive coccus of some kind D. should have a smooth endoplasmic reticulum E should be a yeast 46. The first person to observe microorganisms with a single-lens microscope. A. Galileo B. Lister c. Pasteur D. Koch E. None of the above

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