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Exam 2-Chapters 7-11 Return to Assessment List Comment: You made it through your 2nd exam! If there are any questions about it don't hesitate to message me. Part 1 of 1 - 100.0 Points Question 1 of 402.5 PointsThe reduction of NADP+ → NADPH occurs because there are A. electrons from water and energy from ATP B. electrons from carbon dioxide and energy from ATP C. electrons from carbon dioxide and energy from sunlight D. electrons from water and energy from sunlight Feedback: Learning Objective: Describe how and where photosynthesis takes place within a plant Question 2 of 40 664306 Exam 2-Chapters
2.5 Points A cell’s entire amount of hereditary information is the A. nucleoid B. nucleus C. genome D. DNA Feedback: Learning Objective: Describe the structure of prokaryotic and eukaryotic genomes Question 3 of 402.5 PointsIf rubisco does not function properly, what process would be affected?
Feedback: Correct Question 4 of 402.5 PointsA newly-discovered butterfly species has a chromosome number of n=7. Match the total numberof chromosomes in each type of cell. A. 14 B. 7 1. Zygote 2. Daughter cell after telophase II Feedback: The gamete is haploid (7), the zygote is the diploid embryo (14), somatic cells are diploid (14) and after telophase II the daughter cells are haploid (7). Question 5 of 402.5 Points____________ membranes can be found in a chloroplasts. A B
Feedback: Correct Question 6 of 402.5 PointsIn the Calvin Cycle, carbon from carbon dioxide is fixed to what molecule first?
Feedback: Learning Objective: Define carbon fixation Question 7 of 402.5 PointsSome cell processes are influenced by multiple signaling pathways that converge on the same molecular targets. Does this provide a selective advantage to the organism? A. No. The possibility of getting “mixed signals” creates confusion for the cell. B. Somewhat. The organism saves energy by not having to synthesize the components for independent pathways, but it runs the risk of having the cell make a mistake in its response to input. C. It is neutral. There are just a few ways a cell can respond to input anyway, so pathways often have to overlap. D. Yes. This can enhance the “intelligence” of the cell, by allowing it to integrate information, and respond to certain inputs based on context.
Feedback: Learning Objective: Analyze intercellular and intracellular communication

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