Answer Selected Answer the energy taken in as food is eventually converted into

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Selected Answer: the energy taken in as food is eventually converted into kinetic energy Response Feedback: All of the energy taken into a living organism is eventually converted into heat energy and given off as unusable energy. Question 10 0 out of 0.5 points Which of the following is an example of osmosis? Answer Selected Answer: Sodium is pumped across a cell to increase its concentration on one side of the cell membrane. Response Feedback: The movement of water across kidney cells is a direct example of osmosis in action. Sunday, February 17, 2013 9:41:09 PM CST OK Current Location 1. Principles of Biology (BIO102.SP13.ZB) 2. Assignments 3. ... 4. Module 3 Quizzes, Exam, and Study Materials 5. Review Test Submission: Ch 5 Quiz: The Dynamic Cell Skip to Course Content Skip to Top Frame Tabs Menu Management Options
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Principles of Biology (BIO102.SP13.ZB) Home Page Announcements Staff Info Syllabus & Resources Assignments Discussion Board My Grades Send Email Apps Review Test Submission: Ch 5 Quiz: The Dynamic Cell Skip to Course Menu Skip to Top Frame Tabs Content User Rebekah Breitkreutz Course Principles of Biology (BIO102.SP13.ZB) Test Ch 5 Quiz: The Dynamic Cell
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Started 2/17/13 9:43 PM Submitted 2/17/13 9:53 PM Status Completed Attempt Score 4.5 out of 5 points Time Elapsed 9 minutes. Instructions Question 1 0.5 out of 0.5 points Which of the types of cellular activities listed below would not use ATP? Answer Selected Answer: passive transport Response Feedback: Cells use ATP to carry out nearly all of their activities including active transport, muscle contraction, flagella movement, protein synthesis, and many others. Passive transport requires no cellular energy for it to occur as it moves materials across the cell membrane with the concentration gradient. Question 2 0.5 out of 0.5 points The changing of an enzyme’s shape as the substrate binds to the active site is called the Answer Selected Answer: induced fit model. Response Feedback: According to the induced fit model the binding of the substrate to the active site results in a change in the shape of the enzyme so that they fit together more exactly. Question 3 0.5 out of 0.5 points When neurons release their neurotransmitters, they release them by secretory vesicles fusing with the plasma membrane thereby emptying their contents into an area that can stimulate some response. What type of cellular transport is occurring as the vesicle forms and then surfaces on the cell's plasma membrane? Answer
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Selected Answer: exocytosis Response Feedback: Neurotransmitters are macromolecules that are too large to be moved through the plasma membrane by transport proteins. Instead, vesicle formation takes them out of the cell through the process of exocytosis. Question 4 0.5 out of 0.5 points When a cell is in a solution where the concentration of solute is the same in the cell as in the solution, the solution is called ________.
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