GREEN LECTURE 19 review qs

GREEN LECTURE 19 review qs - Final: Section E: Tuesday,...

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Final: Section E: Tuesday, December 7th 4-6PM 100 points, 50 questions Randomized seating chart will be posted at doors Bring a pencil (or two) and your student ID Write your name and ID on each page of exam Try not to bring your backpack, but if you must, place it under your seat Keep exam face down until all students have their exams and we give you the signal to begin Cell phones must be off Scantron Form F-158
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Clicker Quiz: An influx of sodium ions into the axon of a neuron would: Hyperpolarise the membrane Help set the resting membrane potential Contribute to the falling stage of an action potential Cause the voltage gated potassium channels to shut Depolarise the membrane A B C D E
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Clicker Quiz: Cholesterol is a waxy steroid that travels in the bloodstream and plays an incredibly important role in the plasma membrane of animal cells because it acts as a “temperature buffer.” In which of the following ways does cholesterol affect the fluidity of the plasma membrane?? Cholesterol increases the fluidity of the membrane at higher temperatures Cholesterol decreases the fluidity of the membrane at lower temperatures Cholesterol increases the fluidity of the membrane at lower temperatures Cholesterol increases the abundance of unsaturated hydrocarbon tails A B C D
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Clicker Quiz: You are working in a lab trying to synthesize a drug that will interact with hydrophilic head of phospholipids in the membrane. From Bio93, you remember that in order for your drug to target the hydrophilic head of phospholipids, the drug must be: A disulfide Polar Non-Polar Ionic A B C D
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Clicker Quiz: A plant has a unique photosynthetic pigment. The leaves of this plant appear to be red. What wavelengths of visible light are NOT being absorbed by this pigment? Red Blue and Violet Green and Yellow Blue, Green and Red Green, Blue and Violet A B C D E
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Clicker Quiz: Proteins that make up the plasmodesmata are synthesized by______________, processed in the ______________, and then trafficked to the _____________.
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