This figure shows the structure of a representative cell What does C represent

This figure shows the structure of a representative

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64.This figure shows the structure of a representative cell. What does "C" represent? A. Golgi complex B. rough ER C. smooth ER D. mitochondrion E. nucleolus 65.This figure shows the structure of a representative cell. What does "B" represent?
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chapter 03 KeyTrue / False Questions1.The most important advantage of transmission electron microscope (TEM) over light microscope (LM) is its higher resolution. Bloom's Level: 2. UnderstandLearning Outcome: 03.01.d Discuss the way that developments in microscopy have changed our view of cell structure.Section: 03.01Topic: Cells2.If a cell doubled in diameter, it would have twice as much cytoplasm to maintain. Bloom's Level: 3. ApplyLearning Outcome: 03.01.c State the size range of human cells and discuss factors that limit cell size.Section: 03.01Topic: Cells3.In the plasma membrane, glycolipids and glycoproteins face toward the cytoplasm, while peripheral proteins always face toward the ECF. Bloom's Level: 1. RememberLearning Outcome: 03.02.a Describe the structure of the plasma membrane.Section: 03.02Topic: Cells4.A cell's second messengers serve to transport material through the plasma membrane. Bloom's Level: 1. RememberLearning Outcome: 03.02.c Describe the second-messenger system and discuss its importance in human physiology.Section: 03.02Topic: Cells5.Microvilli and cilia differ in their function but have the same internal structure. Bloom's Level: 1. RememberLearning Outcome: 03.02.e Describe the structure and functions of microvilli, cilia, and flagella.Section: 03.02Topic: Cells
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6.Ligand-gated channels are membrane proteins that open or close in response to the binding of a chemical. Bloom's Level: 1. RememberLearning Outcome: 03.02.b Explain the functions of the lipid, protein, and carbohydrate components of the plasma membrane.Section: 03.02Topic: Cells7.The greater the concentration gradient the faster the diffusion rate. Bloom's Level: 2. UnderstandLearning Outcome: 03.03.b Describe the various mechanisms for transporting material through the plasma membrane.Section: 03.03Topic: Cells8.The Na+-K+ATPase is a countertransport antiport carrier, which always requires energy. Bloom's Level: 1. RememberLearning Outcome: 03.03.b Describe the various mechanisms for transporting material through the plasma membrane.Section: 03.03Topic: Cells9.The sodium-glucose transport protein (SGLT) is one example of an active transport process involving a uniport carrier. Bloom's Level: 2. UnderstandLearning Outcome: 03.03.b Describe the various mechanisms for transporting material through the plasma membrane.Section: 03.03Topic: Cells10.One example of pinocytosis is the uptake of low-density lipoproteins (LDLs) by endothelial cells. Bloom's Level: 1. RememberLearning Outcome: 03.03.b Describe the various mechanisms for transporting material through the plasma membrane.
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