Fall07 mid1 - I studied all night and I worked all day,...

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I studied all night and I worked all day, here’s the lesson I was taught – If it don’t come easy it may not come at all… Sylvie Lewis, 2007 BIOS 100 Exam 1 September 19, 2007 Name __________________ Match the function with the proper organelle or cellular compartment. USE EACH LETTER ONLY ONCE !! Function Organelle 1. ________________ microfilament 2. ________________ Golgi apparatus 3. ________________ microtubule 4. ________________ lysosome 5. ________________ ribosome Functions: A. translates mRNA into chain of amino acids B. houses enzymes that work best in an acid environment, to digest (hydrolyze) macromolecules C. processes products of rough ER, modifies glycoproteins D. made of many subunits of actin protein E. made of protein dimers, that interact with kinesin to move transport vesicles around Matching: Match the function with the proper organelle or cellular compartment. USE EACH LETTER ONLY ONCE !! Function 6. ________________ mitochondria 7. ________________ rough Endoplasmic Reticulum 8. ________________ peroxisomes 9. ________________ nucleus 10. _______________ nucleolus Functions: A. place where ribosome subunits are assembled B. contains chromatin, and is where mRNA molecules are made C. processes fuels and produces ATP molecules to package chemical energy D. process fatty acids E. a part of the endomembrane system that where proteins are synthesized, folded and glycosylated 11. Which is the most accurate ordering of elements, from most electronegative to least electronegative? A. H = C> S = O B. C > O = S > P C. N > C > H > O D. S, O, N > C = H 12. Which of the following, either a functional group, or a molecule, could participate in hydrogen bonding? A. –O–H B. H–O–H C. –C=O D. A and C above E. A, B and C above.
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13. Which type of bond/ attractive force is used to form secondary structures in proteins? A. covalent bonds
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