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Cells in Health and Disease Sample Questions 1) Why are antibiotics effective? a) They randomly kill cells. b) They include drugs that can inhibit prokaryote cell wall formation. c) They inhibit the same processes in eukaryote and prokaryote cells. d) They include drugs that can inhibit eukaryote cell wall formation. e) All of the statements are correct 1) Answer: b 2) Plasma membrane proteins: a) protrude from the membrane on one side or the other side but not both sides b) are the major structural components of membranes but perform no work functions c) may have defective anchorage interactions with other proteins that lead to severe blistering diseases d) plasma membranes lack protein – the plasma membrane is composed only of phospholipids and cholesterol e) none of the statements is correct 2) Answer: c 3) In the process of phagocytosis: a) a cell can surround and trap a bacterium into a vesicle that pinches off the plasma membrane b) a cell secretes a toxin that kills a bacterium outside the cell
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course BIO BSC1005 taught by Professor Bates during the Fall '07 term at FSU.

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