CMQ3 - CMQ3 Question 1 Match each root word with its...

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CMQ3 Question 1 Match each root word with its meaning. Above Within Bladder To break up Body Between Equal Thread To eat Before Below To drink Cell Correct Marks for this submission: 13/13. Question 2 Match the structures and functions. Performance of various cellular activities such as: protein synthesis, metabolism, and cellular production Control of all cellular activities; contains the genetic material of the cell Controls movement of substances into and out of the cell; allows the cell to respond to certain stimuli The smallest living units Correct Marks for this submission: 4/4. Question 3 Which two of the statements about the hypothetical composite cell are true? Choose at least one answer. a. It is necessary to construct a composite cell because cells vary so much based upon their function. b. It is an actual cell type chosen because it occurs most commonly in the body. c. It contains only structures that occur in all cells although the characteristics of the structure may vary. d. It contains structures that occur in many kinds of cells. Correct Marks for this submission: 2/2. Question 4 The two major portions of the cell, each surrounded by a membrane, are the ___ and the ___ Choose one answer. a. rough endoplasmic reticulum, smooth endoplasmic reticulum b. cytoplasm, nucleus c. nucleus, ribosome d. vacuole, inclusion e. mitochondrion, ribosome Correct Marks for this submission: 1/1. Question 5 Match the descriptions to the correct organelles of a cell. . They provide structural support and enzymatic activity to link amino acids to form proteins. They appear as tiny spherical structures composed of protein and RNA and are found scattered in the cytoplasm and bound to the endoplasmic reticulum. Long slender tubes within the cytoplasm, composed of the globular protein tubulin, which are somewhat rigid, helping to maintain the shape of the cell, moving organelles and other cellular structures, and their interactions providing movement as cilia and flagella. Tiny rods of the protein actin that typically form mesh-works or bundles and
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provide certain cellular movements such as shortening or contracting muscles cells as myofibrils. Composed of membrane-bound flattened sacs, elongated canals, and fluid-filled vesicles , it provides tubular transport system for molecules throughout the cell and functions as a communication system for the cytoplasm. It may be "smooth" or "rough". Membranous sacs which contain enzymes called peroxidases which catalyze metabolic reactions that release hydrogen peroxide and an enzyme called catalase, which decomposes hydrogen peroxide, as well as containing some forty enzymes which catalyze a variety of biochemical reactions. A long motile extension of certain cell. A cell usually only has one, which moves in
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This note was uploaded on 06/11/2010 for the course BIOLOGY A&P1 taught by Professor Lankow during the Spring '10 term at Mayville.

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CMQ3 - CMQ3 Question 1 Match each root word with its...

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