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Problem: In a human, the intestines need to form a barrier to prevent bacteria and other microbes from moving into the bloodstream from the gut. Which of the following would prevent bacteria from moving between intestinal cells?  a. Gap junction b. Plasmodesmata c. Anchoring junction d. Cell wall e. Tight junction

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In a human, the intestines need to form a barrier to prevent bacteria and other microbes from moving into the bloodstream from the gut. Which of the following would prevent bacteria from moving between intestinal cells? 

a. Gap junction

b. Plasmodesmata

c. Anchoring junction

d. Cell wall

e. Tight junction

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