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You doing a test ? O_o
Oh I see! Where is your bio book? :)
i have it
Hmm then why don't you read in your book :) Book describes a way better than we common people! You can rely on your book but not us! :3 I can tell you the answer but but but! It would be against this site's rule! First try read your book .. then ask here! :))
ok i have a few questions that i cant find in the book
Which is NOT a membrane-bound organelle?
Which is a chemical component of peptidoglycan
Vacuoles Lysosomes Endoplasmic Reticulum Golgi Apparatus Mitochondria Chloroplasts They're membrane bound organelles! Ribosomes Centrioles Miscrotubules They're non-membrane bound organelles! I don't know about peptidoglycan! :U_U Sorry! All I know is it's related with bacteria or something!
Search on google or ask someone smarter :3
chemical components of the peptiglycan in bacteria is dissacharides and cross-links of polypeptide bonds Prokaryotes dont have any complex cell-membrane organelles. No nucleus, no ER, no mitochondria, and gogli. Bacteria is a type of prokaryotes, like E.coli that lives in your colon.
is An endospore is used for bacterial reproduction
no.....and endospore is a type of form of bacteria in a dormant state, and inactive state.
does A capsule protects bacteria from antibiotics
what about this one What molecule is found in the outer membrane of Gram negative bacteria
is it lippolysaccaride
Awesome :3 You know it! why you asking? :3
just making sure
thanks for the help guys