Quiz 5 - plasma membrane d. Golgi e. smooth ER 6. The large...

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10-03-08 Quiz 5 1. The endosymbiotic hypothesis explains the origin of: a. ribosomes b. cytoskeleton c. peroxisomes d. chloroplasts e. nuclear membrane 2. Which of the possible answers above belongs to the endomembrane system? 3. Proteins to be exported from the cell are produced by the ___ . a. nucleolus b. ECM c. RER d. cytosol e. SER 4. Transport vesicles carry secretory proteins… a. from SER to the plasma membrane. b. from RER to the Golgi cis side. c. from RER to the plasma membrane. d. from RER to the Golgi trans side. e. from the nucleus to the cytosol. 5. Which of these is not part of the endomembrane system? a. peroxisome b. lysosome c.
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Unformatted text preview: plasma membrane d. Golgi e. smooth ER 6. The large cytoskeletal fibers that function in organelle movements: a. microfilaments b. microtubules c. intermediate filaments 7. Junctions in animal cells that permit cytoplasmic channels from one cell to an adjacent cell are called ___ junctions. a. gap b. plasmodesmata c. tight For questions 8, 9 & 10, choose from these answers: a. mitochondria b. centrioles c. thylakoid membrane d. peptidoglycan e. glycoprotein 8. Animal vs. plants: Only in plant cells. 9. Animal vs. plants: Only in animal cells. 10. Not in either animal or plant cells. Key: 1d, 2e, 3c, 4b, 5a, 6b, 7a, 8c, 9b, 10d...
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