Biology Chapter 10

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In autotrophic bacteria, where are the enzymes located that can carry on organic synthesis?

A) chloroplast membranes

B) nuclear membranes

C) free in the cytosol

D) along the outer edge of the nucleoid

E) along the inner surface of the plasma membrane

Answer:
E) along the inner surface of the plasma membrane

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