GR - Cells and the Extracellular Environment III

GR - Cells and the Extracellular Environment III - Guided...

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1. The resting membrane potential is closest to the equilibrium potential for A. sodium ions. B. chloride ions. C. calcium ions. D. potassium ions. 2. The transport maximum is related to the property known as A. competition. B. saturation. C. specificity. D. inhibition. 3. Glucose transported via the GLUT carrier is characterized as A. active transport. B. passive transport. C. co-transport. D. receptor-mediated endocytosis. 4. A six molar sucrose (molecular weight = 342g) solution would contain A. 57g sucrose per liter. B. 342g sucrose per liter. C. 1026g sucrose per liter. D. 2052g sucrose per liter. 5. Plasma freezes at A. -1.86 ° C. B. -1.00 ° C. C. -0.56 ° C. D. 0.00 ° C. 6. Solutes that cannot freely pass through a membrane are said to be A. hypertonic. B. osmotically inactive. C. osmotically active. D. selectively permeable. 7. Osmosis and simple diffusion do NOT require the actions of carrier proteins.
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