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31.Bacterial motors differ from eukaryotic ones in that the bacterial motor A)moves along a polymeric track. B)moves when ATP is hydrolyzed. C)spins around a central axis. D)A and B. E)A, B, and C. Ans: C
Section: 35.432.What is the energy source used to rotate the flagella?
Section: 35.4.33.The structure in bacteria that rotates is referred to as
Section: 35.434.The biased random walk motion of bacteria is the result of
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Chapter 34 Molecular Motors
Section: 35.435.Molecules that cause bacteria to swim away from toxic substances are A)cheomoattractants. D)All of the above. B)chemotaxis. E)None of the above. C)chemorepellants. Ans: C
Section: 35.4Short-Answer Questions36.How do molecular motors work?
Section: Introduction37.To what families are myosin, kinesin, and dynein related (in humans)?
Section: 35.138.Briefly describe the structure of myosin.
Section: 35.1 and Figures 35.235.439.What serves as the track for myosin?
Section: 35.240.What is the banding pattern observed in muscle cells?
Section: 35.241.What is F-actin?
Section: 35.242.What was learned using the optical trap laser studies?

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