Test_02 - option A Protein content of the membrane differs from the soma B Occurrence of protein synthesis C Presence of ribosomes D Large numbers

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Name: ___________________________________ Date: ______________ 1. What does the Neuron doctrine state? Choose the correct option. A) Neurites of different cells fuse together to form a continuous reticulum. B) Individual cells communicate by contact and not continuity. C) Cell body of a neuron contains organelles. D) Elementary functional unit of all tissues is the individual cell. 2. What do you understand by the term “translation”? Choose the correct option. A) Assembling a piece of mRNA B) Assembling proteins from amino acids C) Removal of introns and specific exons D) The “reading” of DNA 3. What does the mitochondrion “inhale”? Choose the correct option. A) Pyruvic acid B) Cytosol C) Adenosine triphosphate D) Amino acids 4. Identify an important difference between the cytoplasm of the axon and that of the axon terminal. Choose the correct
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Unformatted text preview: option. A) Protein content of the membrane differs from the soma B) Occurrence of protein synthesis C) Presence of ribosomes D) Large numbers of mitochondria 5. Which of the following is the largest of the cytoskeletal elements? Choose the correct option. A) Microfilament B) Neurofilament C) Microtubule D) Tubulin 6. What is the site where the axon begins? Choose the correct option. A) Soma B) Axon hillock C) Axon collateral D) Axon terminal 7. Molecular neurobiologists study the information contained in genes to determine the structure and functions of the neuronal proteins. A) True B) False 8. Ribosomes take raw material in the form of amino acids and manufacture proteins using the blueprint provided by the mRNA. A) True B) False...
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