Clicker Questions 10-17 - 2. Which of the following best...

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Clicker Questions M 10/13 1. An animal cell placed in a hypotonic environment will a. Plasmolyze b. Shrivel c. Become turgid d. Become flaccid e. Burst (lyse) 2. The membrane potential of a cell favors a. The movement of cations into the cell b. The movement of anions into the cell c. The action of an electrogenic pump d. The movement of sodium ions out of the cell 3. Which type of cell junctions directly connect the cytoplasms of neighboring animal cells? a. Plasmodesmata b. Gap junctions c. Tight junctions d. desmosomes 4. What is the storage polysaccharide in liver cells and skeletal muscle cells? a. Cellulose b. Starch c. Glycogen d. Insulin e. Glucagon Clicker Questions W 10/15 1. Which of the following best describes a G-protein? a. A glycine-containing protein b. A guanine nucleotide-containing protein c. A protein that interacts with glycine d. A protein that interacts with guanine nucleotides
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Unformatted text preview: 2. Which of the following best describes the function of a kinase? a. Transfers a phosphate group to a target molecule. b. Removes a phosphate group from a molecule. c. Transfers a carbonyl group to a target molecule. d. Transfers a tyrosine to a target molecule. e. Transfers a hydroxyl group to a target molecule. 3. Where are calcium ions stored in the cell? a. Lysosome b. Peroxisome c. Golgi apparatus d. Smooth ER e. Rough ER Clicker Questions F 10/17 1. Which of the following would a cell use to terminate signaling transduced by cAMP? a. Kinase b. Phosphatase c. Phosphodiesterase d. Adenylyl cyclase 2. An exergonic reaction has the following properties a. + G and the reaction is spontaneous b. + G and the reaction is not spontaneous c. - G and the reaction is spontaneous d. - G and the reaction is not spontaneous...
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