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Web Quiz #3 1) If you start at the outside of a plant cell you will have to cross at least ____ membranes to reach the mitochondrial matrix, and if you start from the outside of this cell you will have to cross at least ____ membranes to reach the stroma of the chloroplast. a. 2,2 b. 1,2 c. 3,4 d. 3,3 e. 6,6 2) The figure to the right shows a portion of the nuclear envelope. Which of the following statements about the nuclear envelope is FALSE. a. The space between the inner and outer nuclear membranes is continuous with the cisternal space (space enclosed by) of the endoplasmic reticulum (ER). b. The inner and outer membranes are continuous. c. The nuclear pores connect the nucleoplasm and the cytoplasm. d. The inner and outer membranes are normal phospholipids bilayers. e. The nuclear pores are too small to allow the passage of macromolecules, but their monomers can pass. 3) Some cells are much less complex than other cells. Consider the following lists of organelles and cellular structures. Which one list is most consistent with what might be found in the simplest possible cell? a.
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