309D S08 Exam _1 PQ2 (JZ)

309D S08 Exam _1 PQ2 (JZ) - 1 Hunter syndrome Tay-Sachs...

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1) Hunter syndrome, Tay-Sachs disease, Fabry disease, and Pompe disease are all lysosome storage disorders. What do you think individuals with these disorders lack? A. Enough energy for cell respiration B. Space to hold cell waste C. Proper enzymes to break down particles in the cell D. Space to store newly synthesized proteins 2) Some scientists believe the endosymbiotic hypothesis. This hypothesis postulates that mitochondria were once independent bacteria that eventually formed a symbiotic (both benefiting) relationship with eukaryotic cells. Why would scientists believe this? A. Mitochondria eliminates the cell’s unnecessary waste B. Mitochondria has its own membrane, unlike other organelles C. Mitochondria has its own DNA but it is circular in shape D. Cells can survive without mitochondrion 3) Where is/are the site(s) of protein synthesis in the cytoplasm? A. Ribosome B. Lysosome C. Nucleus D. Both A and C E. None of the above 4) Which of the following types of transport requires
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