GR - Cell Structure and Genetic Control IV - Copy

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

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Guided Reading - Cell Structure and Genetic Control IV 1. The main function of the peroxisome is to release energy from food molecules and transform the energy into usable ATP. True False 2. Microtubules and microfilaments are the primary components of the A. cytosol. B. nucleus. C. cytoskeleton. D. plasma membrane. 3. Regulatory proteins are degraded outside of lysosomes by binding to ___ and then broken down by the proteasome. A. ubiquitin B. chaperones C. lysosomes D. ribosomes 4. The plasma membrane is referred to as a mosaic because of the presence of A. proteins. B. carbohydrates. C. phospholipids. D. All of these choices are correct. 5. Phagocytosis is important for A. body defense against foreign organic matter. B. promoting inflammation. C. removal of old and dying cells. D. All of these choices are correct. 6. Cells which will undergo apoptosis would contain large numbers or quantities of A. centrioles. B. lysosomes.
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