Test1key - /30 points Name Student ID Test#1 1(1.5 point each Fill in the blanks and complete the following statements(some blanks may need more

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/30 points Name____________________________ Student ID #________________ Test #1 April 24, 2008 1. (1.5 point each) Fill in the blanks and complete the following statements (some blanks may need more than one word). Mind your handwriting and spelling to receive full credit. A. Yeast is a member of the Kingdom of ( Fungi ). B. The ( periplasmic ) space between the cell wall and plasma membrane is 3-4 nm in yeast. C. Yeast ρ - mutants do not have ( mitochondria ), but they can grow by fermentation. D. ( Spindle pole bodies or SPB ) are embedded in the nuclear envelope of yeast cells and are equivalent of ( centrosomes ) in animal cells. They function as MTOC. E. A cytoskeletal protein, actin, plays important roles in establishment of cell polarity in yeast. Two distinct types of structure, ( ( actin) cable(s) ) and ( (actin) patch(es) ), are observed when yeast cells are stained by a fluorescent dye that binds actin.
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This note was uploaded on 06/11/2009 for the course MIC 170 taught by Professor Shiozaki during the Spring '09 term at UC Davis.

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