GR - Cell Structure and Genetic Control I - Copy

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Guided Reading - Cell Structure and Genetic Control I
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1. Cells actively involved in secreting proteins would contain large numbers or quantities of A. lysosomes. B. peroxisomes. C. rough endoplasmic reticulum. D. smooth endoplasmic reticulum. 2. Release of neurotransmitters occurs via A. exocytosis. B. endocytosis. C. phagocytosis. D. pinocytosis. 3. The pH of the cytoplasm is more ___________ than the interior of a primary lysosome. A. basic B. acidic C. neutral 4. Tay-Sachs disease is caused by a genetic defect which affects the activity of _______ enzymes. A. mitochondrial B. lysosomal C. centrosomal D. ribosomal 5. All mitochondria that an individual has came solely from the mother's fertilized egg cell. True False 6. Cells which contain large numbers of mitochondria and large amounts of smooth endoplasmic reticulum most likely are A. bladder cells. B. bone cells. C. lung cells. D. skeletal muscle cells. 7. Chromatin is comprised of _____________ and ___________.
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