CW Puzzle Terms Practice Quiz

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CW Puzzle Terms Practice Quiz Question 1 For each of the following questions, select the matching answer from the menu. to break up, to split pentose found in RNA nucleotides negatively-charged group of atoms attached to pentose of ATP molecule "same + tension"; concentrations of solvent and solute particles are equal in two solutions so that there would be no net movement of solvent (like water) dividing the two stage when centromeres release two sister chromatids in replicated chromosome, forming two identical daughter chromosomes "drinking + cell"; small membranous invagination surrounds extracellular fluid into vacuole; contents then incorporated into cytoplasm process using cellular energy ( ) to power proteins which pump ions/molecules across a membrane either with or against the concentration gradient internal cellular structure which has speciallized function in cellular metabolism or activities "before" tubulin structure which forms rigid intracellular skeleton and is involved in ciliar and flagellar movements; also moves organelles within cytoplasm Correct Marks for this submission: 10/10. Question 2 For each of the following questions, select the matching answer from the menu. lipid molecule containing four fused carbon rings; gives strength and stability to cytolemma (cell membrane) protein-RNA structure which provides enzymatic and structural support to protein synthesis process protein ring opening in nuclear envelope which permits movement of nucleic acids and small molecules into/out of nucleus movement through a porous membrane resulting from hydrostatic pressure; particles (solids or dissolved) larger than the pores will not pass through the membrane "above" 1. high-energy form of nucleotide; "energy currency" of cells used to transport chemical energy from oxidized nutrient to energy-consuming cellular activity 2. molecule containing three phosphates, a pentose, and a base that is used in the temporary storage of chemical energy shelf-like partitions formed by inner membrane of mitochondrion; site where electron transport system produces proton gradient to power ATP synthesis (chemiosmotic theory) "within + cell"; movement/engulfment of particles or large/polar molecules into cell by invagination of cell membrane, surrounding particles also known as cytosol or protoplasm; colloidal aqueous solution which contains many dissolved nutrients and proteins and surrounds individual organelles Cell membranes are selectively ___, controlling the entry and
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exit of different substances to/from the cytoplasm. Correct Marks for this submission: 10/10.
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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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