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A scientist finds an unusual living thing and decides to study it. Which observation indicates that the living thing is among the smallest types of living things? A. It is
multicellular. B. It does not have a nucleus. C. It possesses a hard outer shell. D. It possesses a membrane-bound nucleus.
The answer is B. It does not have a nucleus.
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User: A scientist finds an unusual living thing and decides to study it. Which observation indicates that the living thing is among the smallest types of living things? A. It is multicellular. B. It does not have a nucleus. C. It possesses a hard outer shell. D. It possesses a membrane-bound nucleus.

Weegy: The answer is B. It does not have a nucleus.
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User: Which feature is found in both prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells? A. nucleoid B. lysosome C. nucleus D. cytoplasm

Weegy: D. cytoplasm is found in both prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells.
jeifunk|Points 11712|

User: Which phrase describes the role of the mitochondria? A. where cells control water content B. the powerhouse of the cell C. where proteins are manufactured D. where genetic material is housed

Weegy: The phrase that describes the role of the mitochondria is: A. the powerhouse of the cell.
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User: Which phrase describes the structure of cilia? A. short, hairlike structures B. long, whiplike structures C. stringy extensions on a cell's surface D. thick, fibrous projection

Weegy: B) short, hairlike structures, is the phrase that describes the structure of cilia.
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User: Which phrase describes the structure of cilia? A. short, hairlike structures B. long, whiplike structures C. stringy extensions on a cell's surface D. thick, fibrous projection





Weegy: A. short, hairlike structures describes the structure of cilia.
Expert answered|cecillereign|Points 493|

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