Bio47S11_Reviewtest

Bio47S11_Reviewtest - West Valley College Biology 47 -...

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1 West Valley College Biology 47 - Human Anatomy Name : Spring 2011 Biology Review Test Lab Time : This will NOT be collected. This is to be completed to help you access your knowledge of general biology. Part I: True False : (T) True ; (F) false 1. ___ The term cytosol refers to all intracellular contents, including the intracellular fluid and sub-cellular organelles. 2. ___Organic molecules are produced by cells and must contain carbon and hydrogen. 3. ___The basic building blocks of life are cells. 4. ___Cells all have a basic structural design because they all have the same basic functional needs for life 5. ___The monomers for DNA and RNA are nucleotides 6. ___Proteins embedded in the cell (plasma) membrane can function as membrane channels to allow the movement (access) of otherwise impermeable molecules. 7. ___Ribosomes are the cellular organelle responsible for protein synthesis 8. ___DNA is in the form of chromatin when the cells are actively dividing 9. ___ All proteins are polypeptides but not all polypeptides are proteins 10. Water comprises approximately _________ % of all living cells : a. 1 - 2% b. 10 - 20% c. 25 - 40% d. 65 - 90% 11. The cellular genetic material of ALL cells is composed of : a. Carbohydrates c. Lipids e. All of the choices are correct b. Proteins d. Nucleic Acids 12. The monomers or “Basic Building Blocks” for the polymer of proteins are : a. Monosaccharides c. Fatty Acids & Glycerol b. Amino Acids d. Nucleic Acids 13. The primary function of Triglycerides or “fats” function is : a. The body’s main form of energy storage c. In the body as chemical messengers b. In cells as the main cell membrane component d. In cells as the main structure for protein synthesis 14. Gylcogen is a carbohydrate polymer which many humans use to store carbohydrate energy. Glycogen can be broken down into its monomers of : a. Monosaccharides c. Fatty Acids & Glycerol b. Amino Acids d. Nucleic Acids
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This note was uploaded on 09/02/2011 for the course BIO 47 taught by Professor Peters during the Spring '11 term at West Valley.

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