Final+Form+C+Key - BIS104 Instructions: Final Exam, Form C...

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BIS104 Final Exam, Form C 1 Instructions: There are 15 pages and 60 questions of equal value in this exam DO NOT OPEN UNTIL INSTRUCTED. The exam will end at 8:00 pm. Mark down your test form (A, B, C or D) on the scantron. This is FORM C. If you think there is an error in the exam, notify the proctors. The proctors can’t help you define terms or clarify wording. If you think there are two correct answers, only pick the best one. For each question there is one best answer. Fill out your name and student identification number on the blue Scantron Form with a #2 pencil. Fill in your answers on the scantron form with a #2 pencil. For each question only choose one answer (the best answer) and fill in your selection clearly and completely. If you change an answer, make you sure you erase it completely.
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Final Exam, Form C 2 1. The complexity of genomes in multi-cellular organisms increases due to an expanded number of genes involved in _____________. A. DNA replication B. cell-cell communication C. cell wall biosynthesis D. DNA repair E. protein translocation 2. Epithilial cells lining the intestine take glucose out of the gut and into the cell using ___________, which can only work because of the _____________. A. A glucose pump; presence of ATP B. A Na+ antiporter; Na+ gradient C. receptor mediated endocytosis; clathrin-mediated vesicle formation D. a facilitated transporter; gradient of glucose between the gut and the cell E. Na+ symporter; an Na+/K+ ATPase 3. A variety of important model organisms have elucidated different aspects of the cell cycle. The molecular identity of cyclin-dependent kinases and the fact that they are required at certain steps of the cell cycle was discovered using ______________. A. Biochemistry in Xenopus oocytes B. Biochemistry in mammalian tissue culture cells C. Genetics in Xenopus oocytes D. Genetics in the fission yeast S. pombe E. Biochemistry in Sea Urchin embryos 4. Cholesterol in animal cells functions to _______________. A. Stabilize the membrane and decrease ion flow B. Stiffen the membrane and increase the melting point C. Stiffen the membrane and decrease the melting point D. Fluidize the membrane and increase ion flow E. Solubilize the membrane and decrease the melting point 5. cAMP is an important second messenger we learned about. What does cAMP do? A. cAMP induces a G-alpha protein B. cAMP inhibits the regulatory subunit of protein kinase A C. cAMP induces the intracellular levels of Ca++ D. cAMP activates phospholipase C E. cAMP activates protein kinase C 6. In class we talked about the estrogen receptor. Which answer best describes the estrogen receptor? A. Estrogen induces internalization of the estrogen receptor B. Estrogen leads to a high level of intracellular Ca++ C. The estrogen receptor bind to estrogen in loops 2-3 of its extracellular domain D. Estrogen induces dimerization of the estrogen receptor E. The estrogen receptor is a transcription factor.
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Final+Form+C+Key - BIS104 Instructions: Final Exam, Form C...

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