Unformatted text preview: Match statements in column A to column B. Write the letter of the answer from column B against statements in column A. Not all answers in column B 1atill be used. Each answer in column B can be used once. Answer Column A Column B
- 33. These are known as the negatively charged A. Gap junctions
- 34. This dissectional cut divides the body into B. Glucose
suerior and inferior lﬂl'tS.
- 35. This type of chemical bond involves the C. Acids
comlete transfer of electrons.
- 36. These inorganic compounds act as proton D. Golgi apparatus
acc . tors.
- 37 . This is known as the storage carbohydrate form E. Amino acids
in animal cells.
38. These are described as amphoteric compounds. F. Polar covalent bond
- 39. These membrane junctions are also known as G. Coronal cut
- 40 Also known as the “membrane factory” of the H. Nucleus
- 41. These cytoplasmic organelles are in abundance I. Bases
in a cell involved in steroid hormone thesis.
- 42. The arrangement of this type of cytoskeleton is J. Neutrons
uni - e to each cell.
- 43. This is known as the nJicrotubule organizing K. Glycogen
- 44. These are known as the fundamental units of L. Ionic bond
- 45. These are the sites where ribosome subunits are M. Nucleosomes
_ N. Rou ER
- O. Centrosome
_ I. Polar covalent bonds
_ R. Salts
_ S. Atoms
_ T. Itiicroﬁlaments
_ U. Cilia
_ V. Nucleic acids
_ W. Electrons
- X. Hydrogen bond
_ Z. Lxsosomes
_ AA. Smooth ER
_ BB. Nucleotides
_ CC. Starch
- DD. Membrane
EE. Transverse cut
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