GR - Cell Structure and Genetic Control II - Copy

GR - Cell Structure and Genetic Control II - Copy - Guided...

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Guided Reading - Cell Structure and Genetic Control II 1. Which of the following is NOT a molecular motor used to move substances along the cytoskeleton? A. melanin B. kinesin C. myosin D. dynein 2. Which of the following locations have ciliated cells? A. respiratory and digestive systems B. female reproductive and lymphatic systems C. respiratory and female reproductive systems D. digestive and lymphatic systems 3. The function of the _____________ is to produce ribosomal RNA. A. chromatin B. centromere C. lysosomes D. nucleoli 4. Pre-mRNA contains noncoding regions called A. exons. B. introns. C. small nuclear ribonucleoproteins (snRNPs). D. spliceosomes. 5. Which type of lysosome contains undigested wastes? A. secondary lysosome B. residual body C. primary lysosome D. tertiary body 6. Anticodons found in mRNA allow for base pairing with the codons in tRNA. True False 7. The cytoskeleton of a cell can serve as a railway that can transport organelles and molecules to different intracellular destinations. True False
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