Final Exam Multiple Choice Questions answers

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Kaiser Imam Current as of December 7, 2007 Biology 215 Final Exam Review Practice Multiple Choice Questions 1. Which of the following statements about motor proteins is false? A) The rate of movement of kinesin and dynein along the microtubule is determined primarily by the ATPase domain of the proteins. B) Kinesin moves along the microtubule in the plus direction, whereas dynein moves in the minus direction. C) Motor proteins are the driving force behind movements generated by cilia and flagella. D) There is very little diversity in motor proteins within the animal kingdom. E) All of the above are true 2. Kinesin is a motor protein that moves A) Flagella back and forth B) Vesicles toward the minus end of microtubules C) Organelles toward the plus end of microtubules D) Vesicles toward the plus end of actin E) Muscle cells 3. What mechanism is responsible for movements of cilia and flagella? A) Kinesin moving on microfilaments B) Dynein moving on microfilaments C) Dynein moving on microtubules D) Myosin moving on microfilaments E) Kinesin moving on microtubules 4. Actin filaments use ____________ as a motor protein. A) Dynein B) Myosin C) ATP D) Capping proteins E) Troponin 5. Which of the statements explains the relationship between dynein and kinesin? A) Dynein functions as a motor protein on actin filaments whereas kinesin functions as a motor protein on micrototubules. B) Dynein functions as a motor protein on microtubules whereas kinesin functions as a motor protein on actin filaments C) Both function as motor proteins on microtobules, but one goes from the plus to the minus end, whereas the other goes from the minus to the plus end D) Both function as motor proteins on actin filaments, but one goes from the plus end to the minus end whereas the other goes from the minus end to the plus end 6. Kinesin is associated with A) The early formation of lysosomes in the Golgi stack B) Transport of debris from the synapse toward the cell body of a neuron 1
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C) Vesicle transport on the surface of the microtubule D) Contraction of actin molecules in the microfilaments E) Amoeboid movement of the white blood cell 7. The arrangement of microtubules in eukaryotic flagella is referred to as A) Undulating B) Basal C) 9+2 D) Ciliary E) Don’t pick this one 8. Bacterial flagella propel the cell by using A) a strictly 2-dimensional whipping-like motion B) two flagella that move in opposite directions, like a flutter kick
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