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Quiz 1 - Cells and Sizes   (click Expand to open)   
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1

The multicellular human body consists of many different tissues and organs composed of individual cells. In addition, located on the body surfaces are the microflora. Which cell type is generally more abundant?

  human cells
  microflora

2

Which of the following is the best common unit to measure our cell sizes?

  metres
  centimetres
  millimetres
  micrometres
  nanometres
  picometres
  inches

3

All prokaryotic bacteria are "bad" and best treated immediately with antibiotics.

  True
  False

4

All bacteria lack nuclei and are prokaryotes, therefore all prokaryotes are bacteria?

  True
  False

5

Which if the following statements about red blood cells (RBCs) is incorrect?

  Circulating human red blood cells are typically 6-7 microns in diameter.
  Circulating human red blood cells contain no nucleus and by definition are prokaryotic cells.
  Circulating human red blood cells use haemoglobin to carry oxygen and carbon dioxide.
  Circulating human red blood cells are "donut" shaped cells.