← THE CELL -TEST 3 Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- RBCs EXPOSED TO AN ISOTONIC SOLUTION
- GLOBULAR PROTEIN
- a the 2-stage process that occurs in the ovaries or testes and results in the formation of gametes that have 1 of each chromosome
- b the solution with the LOWER solute concentration than the other.
- c will not gain or lose h2o
- d alterations in the distributionof ions at the membrane surfaces will cause a change in the voltage, the cell is said to be:
- e proteins that have unique 3-D shapes and are chemically very active.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- cell eating
- does require energy from ATP
- simple diffusion- the diffusing substance is said to:
- the tendency of atoms, molecules, or ions in a liquid or air solution to move spontaneously from where there are more of them to where there are fewer of them.
- there is a difference in the number and type of ions that are found along the inner and outer membrane surface, this creates what is known as an:
5 True/False Questions
TMAX → in the nucleus of each somatic cell there are 46 separate strands of...
ACTION POTENTIAL → does require energy from ATP
CAMs = CELLULAR ADHESION MOLECULES → proteins on cell surfaces that allow them to stick to other cells, responsible for allowing white blood cells to attach to a damaged tissue and initiate inflammation.
FIBROUS PROTEIN → proteins that are not chemially active but serve to support cell structure.
PHOSPHOLIPID BILAYER → a double layer of phospholipids whose orientation is due to their amphiphilic nature.