ANS CH385 2008-1 WPR 3

ANS CH385 2008-1 WPR 3 - CADET _SECTION _ TIME OF DEPARTURE...

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CADET ______________________SECTION ____________ TIME OF DEPARTURE ______ DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY AND LIFE SCIENCE CH385 Intro to Cell Biology, Fall 08-1 TEXT: Essential Cell Biology 2 nd ed. WRITTEN PARTIAL REVIEW III SCOPE: Lessons: 26-36 5 December 2007 References Permitted: None INSTRUCTIONS 1. Do not mark on this examination or open it until "BEGIN WORK" is given. You will have 55 minutes for the examination. 2. There are 10 pages in this writ (not including this cover sheet). Immediately report any illegible or missing pages to the professor. Write your name in the space provided on each page. (TOTAL WEIGHT 200 Points) PROBLEM VALUE CUT POINTS A 52 B 85 C 20 D 23 E 20 200 Points TOTAL
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Cadet ____________________ Problem Weight A 52 Multiple choice questions testing simple concepts or terms. Circle the absolute best answer. (4 points each) 1. The movement of a solute against its concentration gradient and requiring cellular energy is called __________________. a. simple diffusion b. facilitated diffusion c. active transport d. protein translocation 2. Proteins can be transported to several areas of the cell after or during synthesis. The exact location is determined by a. the site of synthesis. b. the specific signal sequence on the protein. c. the lipids bound to the protein. d. any combination of the above. 3. The process by which some cells take in large particles is called a. endocytosis. b. pinocytosis. c. phagocytosis. d. exocytosis. 4. Which of the following contains its own genome? a. mitochondria b. peroxisomes c. ribosomes d. Golgi complex 5. The protein that makes ATP in the electron transport chain is called a. NADH dehydrogenase. b. cytochrome c. c. ATP synthase. d. protokinase. 6. During noncyclic photophosphorylation in photosynthesis an excited electron leaves _______ and lands on ________ where it is excited a second time. a. photosystem I; photosystem II b. photosystem I; photosystem III c. photosystem II; photosystem I d. photosystem II; photosystem III CH385 Introduction to Cell Biology WPR III (Academic term 2008-1) 1
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Cadet ____________________ 7. The reaction of a cell to an environmental stimulus which is transmitted via receptors and/or secondary molecules inside the cell is called a. signal modulation. b. signal transduction. c. environmental response. d. transcriptional control. 8. The type of molecule(s) that disassociates into two active components (one bound to a di/triphosphate) in response to a signal receptor is called a. tyrosine kinases. b. G proteins.
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course CH 385 taught by Professor Labare during the Fall '08 term at West Point.

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ANS CH385 2008-1 WPR 3 - CADET _SECTION _ TIME OF DEPARTURE...

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