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Rimi L.
Undergraduate at University of California, Riverside
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What are some best way to prepare for a multiple choice test?

Rimi L.
Answer:

Do not solely memorize answers, take them into account and properly understand the material. The best way I have studied is by asking questions constantly. Whether you can ask a professor, a tutor, or a reliable online source, the answer should be found. On the multiple choice test, it is best to get proper sleep, so you could be fully aware of the questions- especially ones that throw the "Which of these facts are NOT true?" Once you receive the test, go through the ones you know. For the ones you are not too sure about, eliminate answer choices by possible qualifiers showing that an answer is not correct. Once you are down to about two out of the four answer choices it is time to make an educated guess.

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What are the final products of cellular respiration?

Rimi L.
Answer:

Carbon dioxide from the Krebs Cycle, water from the electron transport chain, and a net gain of 38 ATP.

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What are two main groups in which cells are organized? What are some differences between these two groups?

Rimi L.
Answer:

Cells can be eukaryotic or prokaryotic. Prokaryotes are smaller than eukaryotes, and do not have any membrane-bound organelles. A prokaryotic bacterial cell wall is made of of a polymer called peptidoglycan. Prokaryotes divide by a process called binary fission. In comparison, eukaryotes has a nucleus with membrane-bound organelles such as the endoplasmic reticulum, mitochondria, chloroplasts, golgi complex, and lysosomes. The cell wall of eukaryotes is made of cellulose. These eukaryotic cells divide by a process called mitosis.

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