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The sample must be dead in order to perform electron microscopy. (TRUE/FALSE)
Eukaryotes do not have membrane bound organelles. (TRUE/FALSE)
There are __ pairs of chromosomes in humans.
This type of electron microscopy involves having the specimen get covered in gold while electrons bounce off the coating.
The cell membrane consists of a ____________ ________ (abbreviated PB) that is selectively permeable.
Smaller organelles require a (higher/lower) amount of RPM than larger organelles to pellet during cell fractionation.
Eukaryotes tend to be much (smaller/larger) than Prokaryotes
Which of these does a Prokaryote not contain?: Ribosomes, Nucleus, DNA, Plasma Membrane
The double membrane around the nucleus is referred to as this.
The discovery of the ____ is credited to Anton van Leeuwekhoel, as he discovered it in 1676.
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In RNA, adenine binds with (thymine/uracil).
Nucleic acid bonds formed by dehydration reactions are called ______________ bonds.
______________ is the process by which out of focus light is removed.
The _______ ____ _______ regulates what should enter the nuclear pore.
The nucleomatrix and the nuclear ______ help maintain the shape of the nucleus.
Robert Hooke is notable for first observing this cell structure in 1665.
RNA has two strands forming a double helix. (TRUE/FALSE)
Ribosomes generate (carbohydrates/lipids/proteins/nucleic acids).
This type of electron microscopy has electrons shoot through a slice of the sample being examined.

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