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Unit 1 Test (2005) - BIO 2870 - LECTURE EXAM (I) - FALL...

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BIO 2870-LECTURE EXAM (I)-FALL 2007Multiple Choice & T/FIdentify the letter of the choice that bestcompletes the statement or answers the question.1.In the cell membrane, the hydrophobic part of the phospholipid molecule:a. faces the extracellular environment c. faces the intracellular environmentb. is in the center of the phospholipidbilayerd. is in contact with the cytosol andinterstitial fluid
2. The anatomical section that separates the body into cranial and caudal halves is a:
3.The tertiary structure of proteins is held together by all of the following EXCEPT:
4.Which of the following is NOT true of simple squamous epithelium:
5. Removing a glucose molecule from glycogen is an example of:a. positive entropyc. La Chatelier’s principleb. anabolismd. hydrolysis
6. ABO blood group antigens are sugars attached to P-face membrane lipids:
7. Ionic bonds are electrostatic interactions resulting from the:
8. All of the following are true regarding the epithelium lining the inside of the stomachEXCEPT:
9. Glucose monomers enter the cells lining your small intestine via:a. simple diffusionc. primary active transportb. phagocytosisd. secondary active transport
10.All of the following are true regarding the bicarbonate buffer system EXCEPT:CO2+ H2OH2CO3H++ HCO3-

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