AS Quiz01 2007-2 CH385

AS Quiz01 2007-2 - c Bacteria d Prokaryote 6 Which cell type(s is/are found in differing size and shape a Eukaryotic cells differ in size and shape

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Name _________________________ CH385 Introduction to Cell Biology Quiz #1 (30 points) MULTIPLE CHOICE: (3 points each) 1. A membrane enclosed organelle that receives and modifies biomolecules made in the endoplasmic reticulum is called the ______. a. Nucleus b. Cytosol c. Golgi apparatus d. Lysosome 2. The structure(s) that help maintain a cell’s shape and/or serve as “roads” to move vesicles from one area of the cell to another is/are called ________. a. mitochondria b. cytosol c. cytoskeleton d. tarmacublins 3. This structure is not found in prokaryotes but has a double membrane and pores. a. nucleus b. ribosomes c. vesicles d. nucleiod 4. A membrane enclosed organelle that is involved in intracellular digestion is called the _____. a. nucleus b. cytosol c. Endoplasmic reticulum d. lysosome 5. The type of cell that contains membrane-enclosed organelles. a. Archaea b. Eukaryote
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Unformatted text preview: c. Bacteria d. Prokaryote 6. Which cell type(s) is/are found in differing size and shape? a. Eukaryotic cells differ in size and shape but prokaryotic cells do not b. Prokaryotic cells differ in size and shape but eukaryotic cells do not c. Both eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells differ in size and shape 7. If a cell biologist wants to study the surface of a cell he/she would likely us a. Light microscopy b. Transmission electron microscopy c. Scanning electron microscopy 8. (4) What is one specific way in which prokaryotes differ from eukaryotes? Do not state the presence or absence of a nucleus. Multiple answers 9. (5) What is the current theory describing why prokaryotic cells are much smaller than eukaryotic cells? They are limited by the rate of diffusion. Extra credit (3 points) Describe one aspect of Darwinian natural selection....
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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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