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1. A cell recognizes bacterium that doesn't belong to the

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1. A cell recognizes bacterium that doesn't belong to the body. The cell membrane surronds the bacterium, and , then, the cell begins to digest the bacterium. What process is described here? a. Osmosis, b. Inactive Transport, C. Phagocytosis, D. Facilitated transport
2. ___ describe the movement of water into or out of the cell a. Phagocytosis and pinocytosis b. Active transport and inactive transport c. Facilitated transport and osmosis d. Pinocytosis and Osmosis.
3. RNA and DNA contain___ a. ribosomes b. genetic material c. organelles, d. nuclear membranes
4. A patient's medical record indiacates that he has heart disease Heart disease is a ___ of abnormality a. procedure b. response c. cause d. diagnosis
5. A patient's medical record that following surgery she developed an infection. The area around the incision is red and hot to the touch. The heat and redness are a ___ a. procedure b. response c. cause d. diagnosis
Submitted: 7 years ago.
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Expert:  Susan Ivy replied 7 years ago.
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1. C. phagocytosis,

2. D. Pinocytosis and Osmosis

3. B. genetic material

4. d. diagnosis (this answer may depend on your class content. Heart disease could be considered a result (response) of/to poor health habits.

5. b. response
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