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Chapter 35 Molecular MotorsMultiple-Choice Questions1)Which of the following is common to myosins, kinesins, and dyneins?A)P-loop NTPaseB)S1 fragmentC)EF-hand domainD)hexameric AAA ATPase E)None of the answers is correct.Answer: A
Section: 35.12)Which of the following was the first kinesin to be discovered?
Section: 35.13)What part of kinesin undergoes conformational change after nucleotide binding?
Section: 35.1
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4)What is the functional unit of a muscle cell?
Section: 35.25)What is the name given to actin monomers?A)B-actinB)D-actinC)G-actinD)M-actinE)S-actinAnswer: C
Section: 35.26)Which of the following is a proteolytic fragment of muscle myosin?
Section: 35.1
7)Which of the following is a bundle of nine microtubule pairs surrounding two singlet microtubules?
Section: 35.38)Which of the following is a prokaryotic protein similar to tubulin?
Section: 35.39)What are flagella used for in bacteria?A)chemostasisB)chemoselectionC)chemokinesis D)chemotaxisE)chemoprotectionAnswer: D
Section: 35.410)A molecule such as glucose that attracts bacteria is known as a _____.
Section: 35.4Fill-in-the-Blank Questions11.Myosin light chains are related to the _______________ family of proteins.
Section: 35.112.A helical section of myosin that moves dramatically when NTP is bound is called the ________.
Section: 35.113.Troponin reacts in response to the _______________ ion.
Section: 35.214.During a muscle contraction, the thin filaments (actin, tropomyosin, troponin) slide alongthe _________________.
Section: 35.2

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