Membrane proteins are classified by their position or by their function Which

Membrane proteins are classified by their position or

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20. Membrane proteins are classified by their position or by their function. Which of the following is a functional classification of membrane proteins: a. peripheral protein c. transmembrane protein b. anchoring protein d. integral protein 21. All of the following are located in a Rete apparatus EXCEPT:
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22. Cartilage grows appositionally via chondrocytes in lacunae dividing by mitosis and forming isogenous groups: 23. All of the following are true regarding the homeostatic regulation of body temperature EXCEPT: 24. Anabolic and catabolic reactions are coupled together by: a. enzymes c. phosphocreatine b. cellular ATP d. functional groups 25. All carrier-mediated transport mechanisms require the input of ATP to move a molecule against its concentration gradient: 26. The tissue parietal to the dermis of the skin is composed of: 27. Histamine causes __________ and heparin causes ___________: 28. The apical surface modifications found in the epithelium of the cells lining the small intestine contain microfilaments for structural support: a. true b. false 29. The sodium / potassium pump utilizes _____ of all the ATP made by the body:
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30. All of the following are true regarding a cell that is hypertonic to its surrounding solution EXCEPT: 31. All of the following refer to the parietal lining of the lungs EXCEPT:
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