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309D S08 Exam _1 PQ - When does chromosome replication(DNA...

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When does chromosome replication (DNA synthesis) occur in a eukaryotic cell? a. prophase b. metaphase c. anaphase d. interphase e. telophase Salivary glands are formed from a type of a. epithelial tissue. b. connective tissue. c. muscle tissue. d. nerve tissue. e. extracellular matrix. Which of the following is NOT true of muscle. a. All muscle is striated. b. Cardiac muscle is only found in the heart. c. Skeletal muscle is attached to bone. d. The sarcomere is the contractile unit of skeletal muscle. e. Cardiac and smooth muscle are under involuntary control. It feels like you broke your ankle, but the doctor says you tore a ligament instead. What did you tear? a. the connective tissue that attaches muscle to bone b. the connective tissue that joins two bones c. the bags of fluid that smooth the movement of a joint d. the cartilage which lines the end of a bone e. the loose connective tissue of the bone. Which of the following is true regarding the cytoskeleton. a. The cytoskeleton is built from carbohydrate fibers. b. The cytoskeleton is built from proteins. c. The cytoskeleton is built from four different elements. d. All cells contain cytoskeleton. e. The cytoskeleton is responsible for movement of prokaryotic cells. Organic compounds all contain ___________ atoms, which are capable of forming up to ______ bonds. a. Oxygen; 2 b. Oxygen; 4 c. Hydrogen; 4 d. Carbon; 2 e. Carbon; 4 Which of the following relationships between cell structures and their respective functions is NOT correct? a. Smooth endoplasmic reticulum – detoxify poisons b. Golgi apparatus – modify and ship proteins c. Lysosome – lyse cells when they are infected d. Rough endoplasmic reticulum – produce proteins and phospholipids e. Nucleus – store and protect genetic information ATP is a. a short-term, energy-storage compound. b. the cell's principle compound for energy transfers. c. adenosine triphosphate. d. the molecule all living cells rely on to do work. e. all of the above
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Which of the following is true of both aerobic and anaerobic energy releasing pathways? a. Glycolysis precedes fermentation b. Occur in the mitochondria. c. Oxygen is required for the electron transport chain. d. ATP is made during the breaddown of glucose.
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