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_____6. A type of lipid found in plasma membranes is :(A) peripheral(B) glycocalyx(C) glycoprotein(D) pores(E) cholesterol._____7.Clathrin-coated vesicles are formed in:
_____8.
_____11. Leukocytes engulf bacteria by the process of:
_____11. If a poison such as cyanide suddenly halted a cell’s ATP synthesis, ___ would cease.(A) osmosis(B) metabolism(C) simple diffusion(D) facilitated diffusion(E) active transport
_____12. Which of these isnot
_____13.______________ is the means by which oxygen enters red blood cells.
_____14. Factors that affect the rate of solute diffusion include allexcept:
_____ 15.There are typically about 200 of these per cell (in cells that have any of them at all),and each one has an axoneme of microtubules.(A) lysosomes(B) Golgi complex(C) ribosomes(D) flagella(E) cilia
_____16.Ribosomes can be found either on the rough endoplasmic reticulum or:
_____17. A cuboidal cell with a diameter of 30 µ on a side has a volume of_______ µm3.
_____18. Most knowledge of organelles resulted from the invention of:

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Term
Spring
Professor
ELANA SCOPA
Tags
Human Anatomy, Active Transport, Endoplasmic Reticulum, Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum

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