The first step of the Na K pumps activity involves the binding of which of the

The first step of the na k pumps activity involves

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53) The first step of the Na+/K+pump's activity involves the binding of which of the following?A) 3 Na+to their binding site on the outside of the cellB) 3 Na+to their binding site on the inside of the cellC) 2 K+to their binding site on the inside of the cellD) 2 K+to their binding site on the outside of the cellE) 3 Na+and 2 K+to their respective binding sitesAnswer: BDiff: 6 Page Ref: 10954) The hydrolysis of ATP on the Na+/K+pump results in ________.CDiff: 6 Page Ref: 11055) Na+is released from its binding site on the Na+/K+pump as a result of ________.DDiff: 5 Page Ref: 11056) Which of the following statements about the Ca2+pump is FALSE?ADiff: 4 Page Ref: 11013
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57) In secondary active transport with sodium, which of the following is FALSE?A) ATP is necessary to produce an electrochemical gradient for sodium ions across the cell membrane.B) Sodium binds to a carrier molecule, changing its binding properties for another molecule to betransported across the cell membrane.C) Sodium always moves into the cell.D) The molecule being transported into the cell may move in or out, depending on the carrier molecule.E) The molecule being transported moves down its electrochemical gradient.Answer: EDiff: 4 Page Ref: 11058) Which of the following correctly describes cotransport of Y with sodium?ADiff: 4 Page Ref: 118
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