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1.Cancer is caused by unregulated cell growth. One way to attack cancer cells is to harness the power of signaling pathways. For each type of drug, match it to the component of the pathway it would bind to.A. ribosomeB. transcription factorC. kinaseD. cell surface receptorE. G protein1. A drug that mimics an extracellular growth signal ________2. A drug that blocks GTPase activity ________3. A specific kinase inhibitor ________4. A drug that interferes with transcription of certain genes ________5. A drug that blocks translation completely ________ Feedback:Correct2.___________ carbon dioxide molecules are given off during three turns of the Krebs cycle?E. 63. In which type of human cell(s) would 46 chromosomes be located? Select all that apply. Diploid and somatic4.____________ membranes can be found in a chloroplasts. 35.Which event is similar between prophase I and prophase? Select all that apply.Nucluear membrane begins to disintegrate.Spindle fibers appear.Each chromosome is composed of two chromatid.
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