Chapter 4 -Post-Test - Organization of the Cell

Chapter 4 - 9 A 9 2 arrangement of microtubules best describes cilia 10 Information flow in eukaryotic cells is outlined as follows a DNA in

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Purav Patel Chapter 4 AP Biology Organization of the Cell Post-Test 1. The ability of a microscope to reveal fine detail is known as resolving power. 2. A plasma membrane is characteristic of all cells . 3. Detailed information about the shape and external features of a specimen can best be described by using a scanning electron microscope . 4. In eukaryotic cells, DNA is found in chromosomes, chromatin, and mitochondria . 5. A nucleus would not be found in a prokaryotic cell. 6. Ribosomes are most closely associated with protein synthesis. 7. Lysosomes are most closely associated with the breakdown of ingested materials. 8. Thylakoids are most closely associated with photosynthesis.
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Unformatted text preview: 9. A 9+2 arrangement of microtubules best describes cilia . 10. Information flow in eukaryotic cells is outlined as follows: a. DNA in nucleus b. Messenger RNA c. Ribosomes d. Protein Synthesis 11. Glycoprotein processing in cells is outlined as follows: a. Rough ER b. Transport Vesicle c. Cis region of the GB d. Trans region of the GB e. PM or other organelle 12. Microtubules are part of the cytoskeleton. 13. Microtubules are used in cell movement. 14. Thylakoids aren’t associated with mitochondria. 15. The extracellular matrix contains fibronectins that bind to integrins. 1...
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