BIO 1510 exam 2 - BIO 1510 exam#2 VERSION#1 BIO 1510 Basic...

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BIO 1510 exam #2 – VERSION #1 3/5/07 BIO 1510 – Basic Life Mechanisms Winter 2007 Dr. Pandolfi Exam #2 VERSION 1 WRITE THIS NUMBER ON THE TOP OF YOUR SCANTRON !!!!!!!!! Name (print) ________ KEY _______________________________ This exam consists of pages (not including this one). Please be sure that all pages are included in your packet. You may write on the exam – it is yours to keep. This page must have your name legibly printed in the space provided above and your signature in the space provided below. Remove this sheet from the exam and submit it with your scantron at the end of the exam. If you fail to hand in this sheet, you will not receive a grade on the exam!!!! You must put your version number (NOT THE EXAM NUMBER!!!!! VERSION NUMBER ONLY!!!!!!) on the top of your scantron or it will not be graded . You must also put your TA’s name and lab date / time on the top of your scantron, and be sure to bubble in a number (so you can identify your score on the grade roster). Please read over the questions and all possible choices carefully. If you have a question, you may raise your hand. Once the exam begins, you must remain seated until you have finished your exam. No notes may be used during the exam. There are 60 multiple choice questions on this exam. I have neither given nor received help while taking this exam _________________________________________ (signature) Page 1 of 12 Pandolfi – Winter 2007
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BIO 1510 exam #2 – VERSION #1 3/5/07 Bio 1510 (day-time-room-gta) Section 02: Write “Engineering” on the top of your scantron Section 13: Wednesdays 12:50pm – 3:50pm 2003 Shalini Menon Section 14: Tuesdays 4:00pm – 7:00pm 2004 Debashish Menon Section 15: Thursdays 4:00pm – 7:00pm 2004 Minghui Zheng Section 16: Wednesdays 5:30pm – 8:30pm 2004 Jai Pandey Section 19: Wednesdays 5:30pm – 8:30pm 2003 Guiling Li Section 20: Tuesdays 4:00pm – 7:00pm 2003 Linan Chen Page 2 of 12 Pandolfi – Winter 2007
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BIO 1510 exam #2 – VERSION #1 3/5/07 Choose the one best answer for each of the following 60 multiple choice questions 1. Which of the following functional processes does NOT result from the presence of proteins in or on the plasma membrane? A. Cell-cell recognition B. Communication with other cells C. Enzymatic activity D. Intercellular joining A. Storage of genetic material 2. Which of the following statements is true about passive transport? A. Passive transport operates independently of diffusion. B. Passive transport operates independently of the concentrations of the substance being transported C. In passive transport, all movement of the transported molecule stops when its concentration is the same on both sides of the membrane D. Passive transport requires an input of ATP E. Passive transport occurs along the concentration gradient of the molecule 3. The salt concentration in the Dead Sea is upwards of 30%. What would happen to a human red blood cell placed in the water from the Dead Sea? A.
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This note was uploaded on 04/23/2008 for the course BIO 1510 taught by Professor Rodriguez during the Winter '08 term at Wayne State University.

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BIO 1510 exam 2 - BIO 1510 exam#2 VERSION#1 BIO 1510 Basic...

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