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A prokaryote is most likely to use which of the following modes of mobilism to release energy if it is in an environment without oxygen dies which exposed to oxygen and uses fermentation
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User: A prokaryote is most likely to use which of the following modes of mobilism to release energy if it is in an environment without oxygen dies which exposed to oxygen and uses fermentation

Weegy: A prokaryote is most likely to use "obligate anaerobe" mode of metabolism to release energy if it is in an environment without oxygen, dies when exposed to oxygen, and uses fermentation.
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User: Question 13 of 20 : Select the best answer for the question. 13.   All of the following are important properties of prokaryotes except        A. prokaryotes are often decomposers and enable recycling of nutrients.   B. prokaryotes are used to make many products for humans.   C. prokaryotes form the base of many food chains, especially those found within the open ocean.   D. prokaryotes convert nitrogen-containing molecules into forms that can't be used by other organisms.

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All of the following are important properties of prokaryotes except: prokaryotes convert nitrogen-containing molecules into forms that can't be used by other organisms.
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  Which of the following best pairs Darwin's contributor to his ideas?        A. Malthus—proposed the idea of acquired characteristics during an organism's lifetime   B. Lyell—stated that geological processes would take millions of years   C. Hutton—believed overcrowding led to conditions that would slow population growth   D. Lamarck—used a concept of deep time to explain Earth's history
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The following best pairs Darwin's contributor to his ideas:
Lyell—stated that geological processes would take millions of years.
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