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exam_1fall_06 - Review questions for 2160 exam 1 NOTE...

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Review questions for 2160 exam 1 NOTE CHANGES IN NUMBERING: I Using the following answer code, indicate which membrane component is responsible for the function in question: A. lipid bilayer B. proteins C. carbohydrates 1. channel formation 2. barrier to passage of water-soluble substances 3. receptor sites 4. membrane fluidity 5. recognition of “self” 6. membrane-bound enzymes 7. structural boundary 8. carriers II Using the following answer code, indicate the direction of net movement in each case: A movement from high to low concentration B movement from low to high concentration 1. simple passive diffusion 2. facilitated diffusion 3. primary active transport 4. Na + during secondary active transport 5. cotransported molecule during secondary active transport 6. water with regard to the water concentration gradient during osmosis 7. water with regard to the solute concentration gradient during osmosis III Using the following answer code, indicate which form of energy production is being described: A. glycolysis B. citric acid cycle C electron transport chain 1. takes place in the mitochondria matrix 2. produces H 2 O as a by-product 3. rich yield of ATP 4. takes place in the cytosol 5. processes acetyl CoA 6. located in the mitochondria inner-membrane cristae 7. converts glucose into two pyruvic acid molecules 8. uses molecular oxygen
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1. Which of the following activities is not carried out by every cell in the body? A. obtaining O
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