Ch 03 - The Cellular Level of Organization - Name: _ Date:...

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Name: __________________________Date: _____________Link to: 3.31.A human cell placed in a 2% NaCl solution (a hypertonic solution) would:A)swell and lyse.B)have a low osmotic pressure compared to the solution.C)maintain its shape.D)maintain a very high hydrostatic pressure.E)exhibit no change.Ans: B
Link to: 3.32.A red blood cell placed in distilled (pure) water (which is hypotonic) would:
Link to: 3.33.A red blood cell placed in a hypotonic solution would:
Link to: 3.64.Which statement is the most correct regarding the processes of transcription andtranslation?
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Link to: 3.35.If cells are placed in a hypotonic solution containing a solute to which the membraneis impermeable, what could happen?A)The cells would swell and cell lysis could occur.B)The cells would lose water and crenate.C)The cells would crenate at first, but then reach equilibrium with thesurrounding solution.D)The cells would show no change.E)The cells would maintain a low hydrostatic pressure.Ans: A
Link to: 3.46.Which of the following cells types would you expect to have an unusually highabundance of free ribosomes?
Link to: 3.37.Which of the following is the major positive ion in the extracellular fluid?
Link to: 3.3

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