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Question 1

The binding of acetylcholine to an acinar cell surface receptor protein causes an immediate

Question 2

A eukaryotic cell structure (organelle) that results when a vesicle formed from the Golgi complex simply remains in the cytoplasm of the cell:

Question 3

Some bacterium always lives in surroundings with the same concentration of dissolved substances as in their own cytoplasm. These bacteria will not need

Question 4

It is difficult for human macrophages to detect and destroy Strep cells because Strep cells

Question 5

Lipids are a class of molecules defined by

Question 6

A eukaryotic cell structure (organelle) in which the final stages of protein maturation are completed:

Question 7

What stimulates the release of the enzyme amylase into the pancreatic duct so that it can break down starches?

Question 8

Polymers of amino acids that are linked in linear chains and that contain atoms of nitrogen are called:

Question 9

Which of these is an organelle that would be useful in a cell that takes in and destroys viruses?

Question 10

It is impossible to write a brief dictionary definition of life because

Question 11

A phospholipid is made up of:

Question 12

Which of the following statements is an element of cell theory?

Question 13

Ribosomes in an acinar cell generate the amino acid sequence of the digestive enzyme

Question 14

Animal fats tend to be _______________ hydrogen atoms.

Question 15

In order for the nasty bacterium Streptococcus pyogenes to adhere to your throat cells, attachment to your cells must be made. This is done using new proteins called _____ and new cell structures called ________.

Question 16

The nucleoid of a prokaryotic organism contains

Question 17

Bacteria are typically very small, yet even the largest bacterium is still a prokaryote because it

Question 18

________ and ________ are structures that walk along microtubules in the eukaryotic cell carrying vesicles from place to place.

Question 19

The function of glycogen is to

Question 20

The saturated fats of animals differ from the unsaturated ones of plants. Unsaturated fats have

Question 21

Which of these cell organelles has ribosomes in its membranes? (Ribosomes do protein synthesis.)

Question 22

An important function of the eukaryotic cell membrane is to

Question 23

The structure of a phospholipid molecules admirably suits it to the function of

Question 24

Respiratory proteins, ion channels, transport proteins and attachment point proteins are all examples of protein found

Question 25

In a eukaryotic cell the reactions of _______ process energy into the form of ATP within a structure called the __________.

 

Question 1

The structure of a phospholipid molecules admirably suits it to the function of

Question 2

A carbohydrate contains ________ atoms.

Question 3

Discrete, visible lengths of DNA sequence found in human cell nuclei are known as

Question 4

The Streptococcal cell structure that does the most direct damage to the human body is

Question 5

Which of the following statements is an element of cell theory?

Question 6

The saturated fats of animals differ from the unsaturated ones of plants. Unsaturated fats have

Question 7

Animal fats tend to be _______________ hydrogen atoms.

Question 8

Lipids are a class of molecules defined by

Question 9

Which of the following cells are prokaryotic?

Question 10

A large polymeric molecule that is nonpolar over most of its structure but very polar at one end:

Question 11

Five of the six carbon atoms in a glucose molecule are typically found

Question 12

Generally speaking, prokaryotic cells___________ eukaryotic cells.

Question 13

It is difficult for human macrophages to detect and destroy Strep cells because Strep cells

Question 14

Some bacterium always lives in surroundings with the same concentration of dissolved substances as in their own cytoplasm. These bacteria will not need

Question 15

Which is not a function of a lipid?

Question 16

A phospholipid is made up of:

Question 17

The polymer _______ enables the cell’s information to flow from DNA out into the cell cytoplasm in a more expressible form.

Question 18

A singlestranded polymer whose monomers contain the sugar ribose and the nitrogenous base uracil:

Question 19

Testosterone signals all of the following in the human male except:

Question 20

Cells are small because

Question 21

Glycoproteins

Question 22

An important function of the eukaryotic cell membrane is to

Question 23

________ and ________ are structures that walk along microtubules in the eukaryotic cell carrying vesicles from place to place.

Question 24

__________, the cell’s DNA plus its scaffolding contains the cell’s archive of ______.

Question 25 Biologists have discovered living things that defy (do not agree with) “Cell Theory”. Which aspect of the cell theory is most directly violated by slime molds?

 

Question 1

In a eukaryotic cell the reactions of _______ process energy into the form of ATP within a structure called the __________.

Question 2

Bacteria are typically very small, yet even the largest bacterium is still a prokaryote because it

Question 3

A eukaryotic cell structure (organelle) in which the final stages of protein maturation are completed:

Question 4

Prokaryotic organisms have a definite lack of which of the following?

Question 5

Within an acinar cell, the enzyme amylase reaches its final form within

Question 6

Some slime molds violate the first element of cell theory because

Question 7

Which of the following occurs in the nucleolus?

Question 8

It is difficult for human macrophages to detect and destroy Strep cells because Strep cells

Question 9

Which of the following is a class of monomers used as building blocks in the polymers of living organisms?

Question 10

An important function of the eukaryotic cell membrane is to

Question 11

A fivecarbon sugar that is bonded to a nitrogencontaining base and to either one, two or three phosphate groups is known as a(n) _________ monomer.

Question 12

Which of the following is NOT a kind of protein found in a prokaryotic membrane?

Question 13

The small intestine signals the _________ cell that food is present; the signal is a ______ that binds to _____________ on the cell.

Question 14

The structure of a phospholipid molecules admirably suits it to the function of

Question 15

The function of glycogen is to

Question 16

A carbohydrate contains ________ atoms.

Question 17

The nucleoid of a prokaryotic organism contains

Question 18

A fat molecule consists of:

Question 19

__________, the cell’s DNA plus its scaffolding contains the cell’s archive of ______.

Question 20

Testosterone signals all of the following in the human male except:

Question 21

Which of these is an organelle that would be useful in a cell that takes in and destroys viruses?

Question 22

Lipids are a class of molecules defined by

Question 23

Which of the following is the name for a class of sugar molecules?

Question 24

The binding of acetylcholine to an acinar cell surface receptor protein causes an immediate

Question 25

When the enzyme amylase from the pancreas is finally ready for use, it is stored within cell cytoplasmic vesicles called___.

 

Question 1

The structure of a phospholipid molecules admirably suits it to the function of

Question 2

An important function of the eukaryotic cell membrane is to

Question 3

Animal fats tend to be _______________ hydrogen atoms.

Question 4

A eukaryotic cell that needs to have a lot of ATP energy would have lots of

Question 5

Some slime molds violate the first element of cell theory because

Question 6

Biologists have discovered living things that defy (do not agree with) “Cell Theory”. Which aspect of the cell theory is most directly violated by slime molds?

Question 7

The function of glycogen is to

Question 8

Which of the following is the name for a class of sugar molecules?

Question 9

Which of the following is NOT a kind of protein found in a prokaryotic membrane?

Question 10

DNA contains four kinds of nitrogenous bases whose principle function is

Question 11

Testosterone signals all of the following in the human male except :

Question 12

The nucleoid of a prokaryotic organism contains

Question 13

Five of the six carbon atoms in a glucose molecule are typically found

Question 14

The four major classes of biomolecules are:

Question 15

A carbohydrate contains ________ atoms.

Question 16

A sugar is a carbohydrate because a sugar molecule

Question 17

Glycoproteins

Question 18

Polymers of amino acids that are linked in linear chains and that contain atoms of nitrogen are called:

Question 19

Some bacterium always lives in surroundings with the same concentration of dissolved substances as in their own cytoplasm. These bacteria will not need

Question 20

Consider the following definition: “A cell is the smallest unit of an organism capable of independent functioning, composed of a membrane, enclosing a nucleus, cytoplasm and inanimate matter.” Which of the following phrases best criticized this definition?

Question 21

Bacteria are typically very small, yet even the largest bacterium is still a prokaryote because it

Question 22

It is impossible to write a brief dictionary definition of life because

Question 23

It is difficult for human macrophages to detect and destroy Strep cells because Strep cells

Question 24

________ and ________ are structures that walk along microtubules in the eukaryotic cell carrying vesicles from place to place.

Question 25

A phospholipid is made up of:

 

Question 1 Which of these cell organelles has ribosomes in its membranes? (Ribosomes do protein synthesis.)

Question 2 Which of the following is NOT a kind of protein found in a prokaryotic membrane?

Question 3 DNA contains four kinds of nitrogenous bases whose principle function is

Question 4 Prokaryotic organisms have a definite lack of which of the following?

Question 5 The nucleoid of a prokaryotic organism contains

Question 6 Polymers of amino acids that are linked in linear chains and that contain atoms of nitrogen are called:

Question 7 Respiratory proteins, ion channels, transport proteins and attachment point proteins are all examples of protein found

Question 8 When a prokaryotic bacterial cell has a second outer membrane, the membrane’s function is to

Question 9 The small intestine signals the _________ cell that food is present; the signal is a ______ that binds to _____________ on the cell.

Question 10 A eukaryotic cell structure (organelle) in which the final stages of protein maturation are completed:

Question 11 It is impossible to write a brief dictionary definition of life because

Question 12 Generally speaking, prokaryotic cells___________ eukaryotic cells.

Question 13 ____ are little molecular machines (eukaryotic cell structures) that move vesicles and organelles throughout the cytoplasm of the cell.

Question 14 A eukaryotic cell structure (organelle) that results when a vesicle formed from the Golgi complex simply remains in the cytoplasm of the cell:

Question 15 The structure of a phospholipid molecules admirably suits it to the function of

Question 16 What stimulates the release of the enzyme amylase into the pancreatic duct so that it can break down starches?

Question 17 Animal fats tend to be _______________ hydrogen atoms.

Question 18 The polymer _______ enables the cell’s information to flow from DNA out into the cell cytoplasm in a more expressible form.

Question 19 Which of the following cells are prokaryotic?

Question 20 A prokaryotic cell is protected against osmotic swelling and rupture by its

Question 21 Which of the following statements is an element of cell theory?

Question 22 The Streptococcal cell structure that does the most direct damage to the human body is

Question 23 Testosterone signals all of the following in the human male except:

Question 24 Eukaryotic cells heavily responsible for making proteins have their ribosomes arranged within a network of channels known as the

Question 25 The boundary around a prokaryotic cell can best be described as

 

Question 1 Eukaryotic cells heavily responsible for making proteins have their ribosomes arranged within a network of channels known as the

Question 2 ____________ house enzymes that trap carbon dioxide and bind it to larger substrate molecules.

Question 3 When a prokaryotic bacterial cell has a second outer membrane, the membrane’s function is to

Question 4 Generally speaking, prokaryotic cells___________ eukaryotic cells.

Question 5 Within an acinar cell, the enzyme amylase reaches its final form within

Question 6 A single­stranded polymer whose monomers contain the sugar ribose and the nitrogenous base uracil:

Question 7 Biologists have discovered living things that defy (do not agree with) “Cell Theory”. Which aspect of the cell theory is most directly violated by slime molds?

Question 8 The nucleoid of a prokaryotic organism contains

Question 9 The boundary around a prokaryotic cell can best be described as

Question 10 Which of the following cells are prokaryotic?

Question 11 Ribosomes in an acinar cell generate the amino acid sequence of the digestive enzyme

Question 12 What stimulates the release of the enzyme amylase into the pancreatic duct so that it can break down starches?

Question 13 Respiratory proteins, ion channels, transport proteins and attachment point proteins are all examples of protein found

Question 14 Consider the following definition: “A cell is the smallest unit of an organism capable of independent functioning, composed of a membrane, enclosing a nucleus, cytoplasm and inanimate matter.” Which of the following phrases best criticized this definition?

Question 15 The structure of a phospholipid molecules admirably suits it to the function of

Question 16 A five­carbon sugar that is bonded to a nitrogen­containing base and to either one, two or three phosphate groups is known as a(n) _________ monomer.

Question 17 Polymers of amino acids that are linked in linear chains and that contain atoms of nitrogen are called:

Question 18 Which is not a function of a lipid?

Question 19 Which of the following is NOT part of the Cell Theory?

Question 20 The Streptococcal cell structure that does the most direct damage to the human body is

Question 21 Cells are small because

Question 22 Which of these cell organelles has ribosomes in its membranes? (Ribosomes do protein synthesis.)

Question 23 Which of the following statements is an element of cell theory?

Question 24 Five of the six carbon atoms in a glucose molecule are typically found

Question 25 A prokaryotic cell is protected against osmotic swelling and rupture by its

 

Question 1 The saturated fats of animals differ from the unsaturated ones of plants. Unsaturated fats have

Question 2 The structure of testosterone could best be described as

Question 3 In order for the nasty bacterium Streptococcus pyogenes to adhere to your throat cells, attachment to your cells must be made. This is done using new proteins called _____ and new cell structures called ________.

Question 4 Which of these is an organelle that would be useful in a cell that takes in and destroys viruses?

Question 5 __________, the cell’s DNA plus its scaffolding contains the cell’s archive of ______.

Question 6 Consider the following definition: “A cell is the smallest unit of an organism capable of independent functioning, composed of a membrane, enclosing a nucleus, cytoplasm and inanimate matter.” Which of the following phrases best criticized this definition?

Question 7 A sugar is a carbohydrate because a sugar molecule

Question 8 Lipids are a class of molecules defined by

Question 9 The binding of acetylcholine to an acinar cell surface receptor protein causes an immediate

Question 10 The nucleoid of a prokaryotic organism contains

Question 11 Which of the following is NOT a kind of protein found in a prokaryotic membrane?

Question 12 Glycoproteins

Question 13 It is impossible to write a brief dictionary definition of life because

Question 14 Microcompartments

Question 15 An amino group, a carboxylic acid group, a hydrogen atom and one or more atoms composing a side chain (“R” group) all together make up a monomer called

Question 16 In a eukaryotic cell the reactions of _______ process energy into the form of ATP within a structure called the __________.

Question 17 Ribosomes in an acinar cell generate the amino acid sequence of the digestive enzyme

Question 18 A phospholipid is made up of:

Question 19 The Streptococcal cell structure that does the most direct damage to the human body is

Question 20 The structure of a phospholipid molecules admirably suits it to the function of

Question 21 Cells are small because

Question 22 Within an acinar cell, the enzyme amylase reaches its final form within

Question 23 A carbohydrate contains ________ atoms.

Question 24 It is difficult for human macrophages to detect and destroy Strep cells because Strep cells

Question 25 Which of these cell organelles has ribosomes in its membranes? (Ribosomes do protein synthesis.)

 

Question 1 Which of the following is NOT a kind of protein found in a prokaryotic membrane?

Question 2 Which of the following is a class of monomers used as building blocks in the polymers of living organisms?

Question 3 Testosterone signals all of the following in the human male except:

Question 4 When the enzyme amylase from the pancreas is finally ready for use, it is stored within cell cytoplasmic vesicles called___.

Question 5 Which of the following occurs in the nucleolus?

Question 6 Within an acinar cell, the enzyme amylase reaches its final form within

Question 7 Respiratory proteins, ion channels, transport proteins and attachment point proteins are all examples of protein found

Question 8 Bacteria are typically very small, yet even the largest bacterium is still a prokaryote because it

Question 9 Consider the following definition: “A cell is the smallest unit of an organism capable of independent functioning, composed of a membrane, enclosing a nucleus, cytoplasm and inanimate matter.” Which of the following phrases best criticized this definition?

Question 10 Polymers of amino acids that are linked in linear chains and that contain atoms of nitrogen are called:

Question 11 It is impossible to write a brief dictionary definition of life because

Question 12 Five of the six carbon atoms in a glucose molecule are typically found

Question 13 Which of the following statements is an element of cell theory?

Question 14 The four major classes of biomolecules are:

Question 15 Eukaryotic cells heavily responsible for making proteins have their ribosomes arranged within a network of channels known as the

Question 16 A eukaryotic cell that needs to have a lot of ATP energy would have lots of

Question 17 Some slime molds violate the first element of cell theory because

Question 18 The Streptococcal cell structure that does the most direct damage to the human body is

Question 19 In order for the nasty bacterium Streptococcus pyogenes to adhere to your throat cells, attachment to your cells must be made. This is done using new proteins called _____ and new cell structures called ________.

Question 20 Which of the following cells are prokaryotic?

Question 21 A single­stranded polymer whose monomers contain the sugar ribose and the nitrogenous base uracil:

Question 22 The structure of testosterone could best be described as

Question 23 Which of these is an organelle that would be useful in a cell that takes in and destroys viruses?

Question 24 A fat molecule consists of:

Question 25 The binding of acetylcholine to an acinar cell surface receptor protein causes an immediate

 

What stimulates the release of the enzyme amylase into the pancreatic duct so that it can break down starches?

Which of the following terms describes or names a cell that swims like an animal using cilia, but is green in color like a plant?

Which of the following is NOT part of the Cell Theory?

A eukaryotic cell structure (organelle) that results when a vesicle formed from the Golgi complex simply remains in the cytoplasm of the cell:

Which of the following statements is an element of cell theory?

Biologists have discovered living things that defy (do not agree with) “Cell Theory”. Which aspect of the cell theory is most directly violated by slime molds?

When the enzyme amylase from the pancreas is finally ready for use, it is stored within cell cytoplasmic vesicles called___.

In order for the nasty bacterium Streptococcus pyogenes to adhere to your throat cells, attachment to your cells must be made. This is done using new proteins called _____ and new cell structures called ________.

Two unusual features of protozoan cells like Paramecium are

It is difficult for human macrophages to detect and destroy Strep cells because Strep cells

A prokaryotic cell is protected against osmotic swelling and rupture by its

A eukaryotic cell structure (organelle) in which the final stages of protein maturation are completed:

Energy processing in eukaryotic cells often involves linearly arranged reactions. That is why energy processing organelles have highly folded membranes within them—structures known as

Respiratory proteins, ion channels, transport proteins and attachment point proteins are all examples of protein found

____ are little molecular machines (eukaryotic cell structures) that move vesicles and organelles throughout the cytoplasm of the cell.

When a protein molecule has folded into its final form, it leaves the endoplasmic reticulum (RER) and travels to the Golgi complex by means of

Some species of Paramecium receive sugars from

Within an acinar cell, the enzyme amylase reaches its final form within

An important function of the eukaryotic cell membrane is to

Which of the following is NOT a kind of protein found in a prokaryotic membrane?

It is impossible to write a brief dictionary definition of life because

____________ house enzymes that trap carbon dioxide and bind it to larger substrate molecules.

What structures inside the eukaryotic cell provide a skeletal framework that supports and shapes the cell?

________ and ________ are structures that walk along microtubules in the eukaryotic cell carrying vesicles from place to place.

To say that “the cell is the unit of life” means that

 

Question 1 The nucleoid of a prokaryotic organism contains

Question 2 The bases in a DNA molecule include all of the following except

Question 3 Which of the following is NOT a kind of protein found in a prokaryotic membrane?

Question 4 ____ are little molecular machines (eukaryotic cell structures) that move vesicles and organelles throughout the cytoplasm of the cell.

Question 5 Which of these is an organelle that would be useful in a cell that takes in and destroys viruses?

Question 6 Within an acinar cell, the enzyme amylase reaches its final form within

Question 7 When a prokaryotic bacterial cell has a second outer membrane, the membrane’s function is to

Question 8 Biologists have discovered living things that defy (do not agree with) “Cell Theory”. Which aspect of the cell theory is most directly violated by slime molds?

Question 9 A single­stranded polymer whose monomers contain the sugar ribose and the nitrogenous base uracil:

Question 10 A fat molecule consists of:

Question 11 Respiratory proteins, ion channels, transport proteins and attachment point proteins are all examples of protein found

Question 12 The boundary around a prokaryotic cell can best be described as

Question 13 The structure of a phospholipid molecules admirably suits it to the function of

Question 14 Some slime molds violate the first element of cell theory because

Question 15 An important function of the eukaryotic cell membrane is to

Question 16 Bacteria are typically very small, yet even the largest bacterium is still a prokaryote because it

Question 17 A eukaryotic cell structure (organelle) in which the final stages of protein maturation are completed:

Question 18 Which of the following is the name for a class of sugar molecules?

Question 19 Which of the following cells are prokaryotic?

Question 20 A five­carbon sugar that is bonded to a nitrogen­containing base and to either one, two or three phosphate groups is known as a(n) _________ monomer.

Question 21 DNA contains four kinds of nitrogenous bases whose principle function is

Question 22 Glycoproteins

Question 23 ________ and ________ are structures that walk along microtubules in the eukaryotic cell carrying vesicles from place to place.

Question 24 When the enzyme amylase from the pancreas is finally ready for use, it is stored within cell cytoplasmic vesicles called___.

Question 25 In a eukaryotic cell the reactions of _______ process energy into the form of ATP within a structure called the __________.

 

Question 1

The nucleoid of a prokaryotic organism contains

Question 2

A sugar is a carbohydrate because a sugar molecule

Question 3

The Streptococcal cell structure that does the most direct damage to the human body is

Question 4

Some bacterium always lives in surroundings with the same concentration of dissolved substances as in their own cytoplasm. These bacteria will not need

Question 5

Within an acinar cell, the enzyme amylase reaches its final form within

Question 6

Five of the six carbon atoms in a glucose molecule are typically found

Question 7

The four major classes of biomolecules are:

Question 8

Discrete, visible lengths of DNA sequence found in human cell nuclei are known as

Question 9

When a prokaryotic bacterial cell has a second outer membrane, the membrane’s function is to

Question 10

The function of glycogen is to

Question 11

The small intestine signals the _________ cell that food is present; the signal is a ______ that binds to _____________ on the cell.

Question 12

Polymers of amino acids that are linked in linear chains and that contain atoms of nitrogen are called:

Question 13

Generally speaking, prokaryotic cells___________ eukaryotic cells.

Question 14

The polymer _______ enables the cell’s information to flow from DNA out into the cell cytoplasm in a more expressible form.

Question 15

Which of the following is the name for a class of sugar molecules?

Question 16

Testosterone signals all of the following in the human male except:

Question 17

__________, the cell’s DNA plus its scaffolding contains the cell’s archive of ______.

Question 18

The boundary around a prokaryotic cell can best be described as

Question 19

____________ house enzymes that trap carbon dioxide and bind it to larger substrate molecules.

Question 20

When the enzyme amylase from the pancreas is finally ready for use, it is stored within cell cytoplasmic vesicles called___.

Question 21

Some slime molds violate the first element of cell theory because

Question 22

A eukaryotic cell structure (organelle) that results when a vesicle formed from the Golgi complex simply remains in the cytoplasm of the cell:

Question 23

________ and ________ are structures that walk along microtubules in the eukaryotic cell carrying vesicles from place to place.

Question 24

Which of the following eukaryotic structures (organelles) uses photosynthesis to capture solar energy?

Question 25

Which base is used in RNA but not DNA?

 

Question 1

Some slime molds violate the first element of cell theory because

Question 2

The binding of acetylcholine to an acinar cell surface receptor protein causes an immediate

Question 3

A five-carbon sugar that is bonded to a nitrogen-containing base and to either one, two or three phosphate groups is known as a(n) _________ monomer.

Question 4

Glycoproteins

Question 5

A carbohydrate contains ________ atoms.

Question 6

Some bacterium always lives in surroundings with the same concentration of dissolved substances as in their own cytoplasm. These bacteria will not need

Question 7

Which of the following is NOT part of the Cell Theory?

Question 8

Ribosomes in an acinar cell generate the amino acid sequence of the digestive enzyme

Question 9

Which of the following eukaryotic structures (organelles) uses photosynthesis to capture solar energy?

Question 10

Polymers of amino acids that are linked in linear chains and that contain atoms of nitrogen are called:

Question 11

________ and ________ are structures that walk along microtubules in the eukaryotic cell carrying vesicles from place to place.

Question 12

What stimulates the release of the enzyme amylase into the pancreatic duct so that it can break down starches?

Question 13

The boundary around a prokaryotic cell can best be described as

Question 14

Biologists have discovered living things that defy (do not agree with) “Cell Theory”. Which aspect of the cell theory is most directly violated by slime molds?

Question 15

The Streptococcal cell structure that does the most direct damage to the human body is

Question 16

It is difficult for human macrophages to detect and destroy Strep cells because Strep cells

Question 17

The structure of testosterone could best be described as

Question 18

DNA contains four kinds of nitrogenous bases whose principle function is

Question 19

Respiratory proteins, ion channels, transport proteins and attachment point proteins are all examples of protein found

Question 20

Discrete, visible lengths of DNA sequence found in human cell nuclei are known as

Question 21

In order for the nasty bacterium Streptococcus pyogenes to adhere to your throat cells, attachment to your cells must be made. This is done using new proteins called _____ and new cell structures called ________.

Question 22

The polymer _______ enables the cell’s information to flow from DNA out into the cell cytoplasm in a more expressible form.

Question 23

The nucleoid of a prokaryotic organism contains

Question 24

The saturated fats of animals differ from the unsaturated ones of plants. Unsaturated fats have

Question 25

When the enzyme amylase from the pancreas is finally ready for use, it is stored within cell cytoplasmic vesicles called___.

 

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Liberty University BIOL 101 quiz 2 complete solutions correct answers A+ work More than 11 different versions Question 1 The binding of acetylcholine to an acinar cell surface receptor protein causes an immediate Question 2 A eukaryotic cell structure (organelle) that results when a vesicle formed from the Golgi complex simply remains in the cytoplasm of the cell: Question 3 Some bacterium always lives in surroundings with the same concentration of dissolved substances as in their own cytoplasm. These bacteria will not need Question 4 It is difficult for human macrophages to detect and destroy Strep cells because Strep cells Question 5 Lipids are a class of molecules defined by Question 6 A eukaryotic cell structure (organelle) in which the final stages of protein maturation are completed: Question 7 What stimulates the release of the enzyme amylase into the pancreatic duct so that it can break down starches? Question 8 Polymers of amino acids that are linked in linear chains and that contain atoms of nitrogen are called: Question 9 Which of these is an organelle that would be useful in a cell that takes in and destroys viruses? Question 10 It is impossible to write a brief dictionary definition of life because Question 11 A phospholipid is made up of: Question 12 Which of the following statements is an element of cell theory? Question 13 Ribosomes in an acinar cell generate the amino acid sequence of the digestive enzyme Question 14 Animal fats tend to be _______________ hydrogen atoms. Question 15 In order for the nasty bacterium Streptococcus pyogenes to adhere to your throat cells, attachment to your cells must be made. This is done using new proteins called _____ and new cell structures called ________. Question 16 The nucleoid of a prokaryotic organism contains Question 17 Bacteria are typically very small, yet even the largest bacterium is still a prokaryote because it Question 18 ________ and ________ are structures that walk along microtubules in the eukaryotic cell carrying vesicles from place to place. Question 19 The function of glycogen is to Question 20 The saturated fats of animals differ from the unsaturated ones of plants. Unsaturated fats have Question 21 Which of these cell organelles has ribosomes in its membranes? (Ribosomes do protein synthesis.) Question 22 An important function of the eukaryotic cell membrane is to Question 23 The structure of a phospholipid molecules admirably suits it to the function of Question 24 Respiratory proteins, ion channels, transport proteins and attachment point proteins are all examples of protein found Question 25 In a eukaryotic cell the reactions of _______ process energy into the form of ATP within a structure called the __________. Question 1 The structure of a phospholipid molecules admirably suits it to the function of Question 2 A carbohydrate contains ________ atoms. Question 3 Discrete, visible lengths of DNA sequence found in human cell nuclei are known as Question 4 The Streptococcal cell structure that does the most direct damage to the human body is Question 5 Which of the following statements is an element of cell theory? Question 6 The saturated fats of animals differ from the unsaturated ones of plants. Unsaturated fats have Question 7 Animal fats tend to be _______________ hydrogen atoms. Question 8 Lipids are a class of molecules defined by Question 9 Which of the following cells are prokaryotic? Question 10 A large polymeric molecule that is nonpolar over most of its structure but very polar at one end: Question 11 Five of the six carbon atoms in a glucose molecule are typically found Question 12 Generally speaking, prokaryotic cells___________ eukaryotic cells. Question 13 It is difficult for human macrophages to detect and destroy Strep cells because Strep cells Question 14 Some bacterium always lives in surroundings with the same concentration of dissolved substances as in their own cytoplasm. These bacteria will not need Question 15 Which is not a function of a lipid? Question 16 A phospholipid is made up of: Question 17 The polymer _______ enables the cell’s information to flow from DNA out into the cell cytoplasm in a more expressible form. Question 18 A singlestranded polymer whose monomers contain the sugar ribose and the nitrogenous base uracil: Question 19 Testosterone signals all of the following in the human male except: Question 20 Cells are small because Question 21 Glycoproteins Question 22 An important function of the eukaryotic cell membrane is to Question 23 ________ and ________ are structures that walk along microtubules in the eukaryotic cell carrying vesicles from place to place. Question 24 __________, the cell’s DNA plus its scaffolding contains the cell’s archive of ______. Question 25 Biologists have discovered living things that defy (do not agree with) “Cell Theory”. Which aspect of the cell theory is most directly violated by slime molds? Question 1 In a eukaryotic cell the reactions of _______ process energy into the form of ATP within a structure called the __________. Question 2 Bacteria are typically very small, yet even the largest bacterium is still a prokaryote because it Question 3 A eukaryotic cell structure (organelle) in which the final stages of protein maturation are completed: Question 4 Prokaryotic organisms have a definite lack of which of the following? Question 5 Within an acinar cell, the enzyme amylase reaches its final form within Question 6 Some slime molds violate the first element of cell theory because Question 7 Which of the following occurs in the nucleolus? Question 8 It is difficult for human macrophages to detect and destroy Strep cells because Strep cells Question 9 Which of the following is a class of monomers used as building blocks in the polymers of living organisms? Question 10 An important function of the eukaryotic cell membrane is to Question 11 A fivecarbon sugar that is bonded to a nitrogencontaining base and to either one, two or three phosphate groups is known as a(n) _________ monomer. Question 12 Which of the following is NOT a kind of protein found in a prokaryotic membrane? Question 13 The small intestine signals the _________ cell that food is present; the signal is a ______ that binds to _____________ on the cell. Question 14 The structure of a phospholipid molecules admirably suits it to the function of Question 15 The function of glycogen is to Question 16 A carbohydrate contains ________ atoms. Question 17 The nucleoid of a prokaryotic organism contains Question 18 A fat molecule consists of: Question 19 __________, the cell’s DNA plus its scaffolding contains the cell’s archive of ______. Question 20 Testosterone signals all of the following in the human male except: Question 21 Which of these is an organelle that would be useful in a cell that takes in and destroys viruses? Question 22 Lipids are a class of molecules defined by Question 23 Which of the following is the name for a class of sugar molecules? Question 24 The binding of acetylcholine to an acinar cell surface receptor protein causes an immediate Question 25 When the enzyme amylase from the pancreas is finally ready for use, it is stored within cell cytoplasmic vesicles called___. Question 1 The structure of a phospholipid molecules admirably suits it to the function of Question 2 An important function of the eukaryotic cell membrane is to Question 3 Animal fats tend to be _______________ hydrogen atoms. Question 4 A eukaryotic cell that needs to have a lot of ATP energy wo...
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