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Page 1 of 14 LOOK FOR 14 PAGES IN TWO STACKS: Section A pp. 1 to 4 and Sections B through F pp. 5 to 14 BIO 1110 - INTRODUCTION TO CELL BIOLOGY FINAL EXAMINATION - APRIL 14, 2003 NO BOOKS, NOTES OR CALCULATORS PERMITTED 3 HOURS Professor James C. Fenwick GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS There are SIX SECTIONS (A TO F) to this exam. SECTION A is to be answered using the multiple choice score sheets. Sections B, C, D, E, and F are to be answered within the space provided on the question sheets. Be absolutely certain that your name AND student number are PRINTED on every page of SECTION B - F. PRINT YOUR LAST NAME FIRST, then your first name! DO NOT OPEN THE EXAM UNTIL TOLD TO DO SO SECTION A (20 MARKS) 20 QUESTIONS: ANSWER THE MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS ON THE COMPUTER SHEET USING AN HB PENCIL AND FILL IN THE APPROPRIATE SPACES FULLY AND CAREFULLY. INDICATE THE MOST COMPLETE ANSWER. IF YOU ERASE, ERASE COMPLETELY! INDICATE ONLY ONE ANSWER FOR EACH QUESTION! MARKS WILL NOT BE DEDUCTED FOR INCORRECT ANSWERS UNLESS YOU GIVE MORE THAN ONE ANSWER FOR A QUESTION. DO NOT FOLD OR PUT ANY EXTRA MARKS ON THE COMPUTER SHEET. BE CERTAIN TO FILL IN YOUR NAME AND STUDENT NUMBER ON THE COMPUTER SHEET, BOTH IN PRINTING AND BY FILLING IN THE SPACES. IF YOU HAVE A SIX DIGIT STUDENT NUMBER YOU MUST PUT A 0 (ZERO) IN FRONT OF YOUR NUMBER ON YOUR ANSWER SHEET. YOU MAY TAKE THE QUESTION SHEETS FOR SECTION A HOME.
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Page 2 of 14 1. Which of the following is much smaller than the others? a. mitochondria d. archaebacteria b. ribosomes e. eubacteria c. chloroplasts 2. Which of the following does not follow the normal correct sequence of events. (Note that all events may not be shown.) Think!
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