Biology exam 2 study guide and answers

Biology exam 2 study guide and answers - STD: the organelle...

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STD: the organelle responsible for ATP production is labeled a)A STD: DNA is housed in the organelle indicated by a)D STD: The function of the structure labeled B is: a)Protein production STD: The overall structure of animal cells is determined by which organelle a)C STD cell membrane: the function of the structure indicated in this figure of the cell membrane is a)Providing a passage for tansport of ions STD cell membrane: lipid-soluble materials enter and exit the cell via a)Diffusion across the cell membrane STD cell membrane: glucose is moved into cells down its concentration gradient, using transport proteins. This type of movement is referred to as a)Facilitated diffusion The cell membrane is composed of two layer of a)Phospholipids and sugars interspersed This figure demonstrates the result of placing a cell in a ______ solution a)Hypotonic Identify the structure in the photograph a)Cilia The obvious structural difference between the two structures indicated is a)The lack of ribosomes on A When vesicles are created in the endoplasmic reticulum, they usually then a)Fuse with the golgi complex for further processing of the contents DNA can be found in this organelle a)Mitochondria and nucleus One way that cells communicate is via paracrines. These chemical messengers a)Are released into tissues, to effect nearby cells only The name of the process shown here is a)Active transport What is the purpose of cellular respiration a)Production of ATP Which type of tissue lines the body’s cavities? a)Epithelial The organelle shown in the illustration function in the process of a)Digestion The structure pictured here can be found in which organelle a)Nucleus Concentration gradient: a)Active transportation When a cell is placed in an isotonic solution, water will a)Move into and out of the cell at an equal rate and not affect the cell Cell-to-cell junctions which allow for instantaneous communication can
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