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In the human body, Plasmodium first infects liver cells, then ____________________ cells. a. bone b. nerve c. red blood d. muscle
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User: In the human body, Plasmodium first infects liver cells, then ____________________ cells. a. bone b. nerve c. red blood d. muscle

Weegy: Red blood cells are infected after the liver cells.



User: Ciliates use cilia for ___________________ a. cleaning their living space. b. feeding only. c. feeding and movement. d. feeding only.

Weegy: Answer is c) feeding and movement.



User: According to endosymbiosis, eukaryotic cells may have evolved from a. host prokaryotic cells that engulfed smaller prokaryotic cells. b. mitochondria that grew very large. c. chloroplasts that grew very large. d. plants, animals, and fungi

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According to endosymbiosis, eukaryotic cells may have evolved from host prokaryotic cells that engulfed smaller prokaryotic cells.
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