Review Test 1 - 1 MULTIPLE CHOICE Q1. The basic structural...

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MULTIPLE CHOICE Q1. The basic structural and functional unit of the human body is: A. The cell B. Tissue C. The organ system D. The organ E. Protein Q2. The plasma membrane: A. Is composed of only carbohydrate molecules B. Is composed of a bilayer of proteins C. Is a complex combination of carbohydrates and lipids D. Is composed of a bilayer of lipids E. Is a complex combination of carbohydrates and proteins Q3. Which of these is a membranous organelle? A. Mitochondria and Golgi apparatus B. Glycogen granule C. Golgi apparatus D. Mitochondria E. None of the listed items is an organelle Q4. Most of the ATP required to power cellular operations is produced in the A. Mitochondria B. Nucleus C. Ribosomes D. Endoplasmic reticulum E. Golgi apparatus Q5. The cytoskeleton is not responsible for which of the following movements in the body? A. Cilia action of sweeping fluids across the cell surface B. Movement of DNA in cell division C. Transport of material into and within the cell D. The ‘swimming’ action of male sperm cells E. The cytoskeleton is responsible for all the above movement in the body 1
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Q6. Which of the following part(s) of the cell is responsible for protein and lipid synthesis? A. Peroxisomes B. The endoplasmic reticulum C. Flagella D. Lysosomes E. The centrioles Q7. This organelle is considered to be the “power house” of the cell. A. Endoplasmic reticulum B. Mitochondria C. None of these D. Golgi apparatus Q8. Microscopic structures within the cell other than the nucleus.
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