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Unformatted text preview: leate assembly of a microfilament at the minus end nucleate assembly of a microfilament at the plus end and caps it there are activated by WASP nucleate assembly of a microfilament at the plus end, which does not become capped Kinesin ­1 and myosin II are similar in that: A) B) C) D) E) troponin unblocks the myosin ­binding site on microfilaments troponin blocks the myosin ­binding site on microfilaments tropomyosin blocks the myosin ­binding site on microfilaments tropomyosin unblocks the myosin ­binding site on microfilaments the myosin ­binding site is accessible on microfilaments Formin dimers: A) B) C) D) E) 15. reducing the rate of assembly increasing the rate of disassembly increasing the likelihood of catastrophe decreasing the likelihood of rescue decreasing the total amount of microtubules that can be assembled At low Ca+2 levels in a skeletal muscle cell, A) B) C) D) E) 14. a polymer grows steadily the assembly of subunits is slower than the di...
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