GR - Cell Structure and Genetic Control III - Copy

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Guided Reading - Cell Structure and Genetic Control III
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1. The movement of chromosomes during mitosis is due to A. spindle fibers. B. telomeres. C. chromatids. D. actin and myosin. 2. Small RNA and protein regions are joined together to make functional mRNA by A. spliceosomes. B. introns. C. snRNPs. D. Both spliceosomes and snRNPs are correct. 3. One possible reason that the proteome is so much larger than the genome is that mRNAs can be spliced in alternative ways thereby increasing the number of products produced from a particular gene. True False 4. Germinal cells can most likely divide indefinitely due to the activity of an enzyme called A. caspases. B. telomerase. C. DNA polymerase. D. RNA transferase. 5. Which of the following is NOT a function of membrane proteins? A. transport B. energy production C. structural support D. receptors 6. What process involves the destruction of worn-out organelles by lysosomes? A. exocytosis
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