bio quiz 5 make up - Quiz 5: 1) extracellular matrix's...

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Quiz 5: 1) extracellular matrix's polysaccharides : collagen :: pectin : __________ a. cellulose ; b. chitin; c. glucose; d. NAM 2) What is a biofilm? A. means for bacteria to stick together and communicate in your mouth B. means for bacteria to fight each other C. means for bacteria to lob antibiotics at each other D. means for bacteria to attach to each other, but not communicate with each other 3) Which of these is involved with signal amplification? A. tyrosine kinase B. cAMP C. G protein D. p53 4) Put these steps of intracellular handling of signals in the right order, from the beginning to the end. 1) processing; 2) deactivation; 3) response; 4) reception Order: _ reception, processing, response, deactivation 5) Match the cell-cell junction on the left with its function on the right. (4 points) tight junctions – C. provide a waterproof barrier between cells Desmosomes - D.
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Involves interlocking proteins gap junctions - B. Allow animal cell communication Plasmodesmata - A . Allow plant cell
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This note was uploaded on 01/30/2012 for the course BSC 357422 taught by Professor Sphon during the Spring '11 term at Florida State College.

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