5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- How are proteins sorted?
- Why is rough ER rough?
- Do endocytic pathways and secretory pathways intercect?
- Are actin filaments and microtubules static?
- What is the cytoskeleton made out of?
- a As they are taken through secretory pathway.
- b Ribosomes are attached to it
- c No
- d protein
- e Yes
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- NOT myosin. YES polymerization of actin at lamellipodium
- The inside of a compartment
- Skin, muscle, hair/nails
- Intermediate filaments and microtubules
- Phosphorilation (NOT nucleotide hydrolisis)
5 True/False Questions
What are motors that work on actin? → Dynamic instability
What can happen with defects in intermediate filaments? → Terrible diseases
In which direction does membrane move? → The little pink thing on the ER drawing (socket).
How does ribosome know what part of ER to bind to? → There is signal recognition particle (SRP) that briefly attaches to it, takes it to wherever it needs to be, and then detaches to allow the signal sequence to be inserted into the ER transcolon and be clipped once protein synthesis is complete.
How are microtubules not static? → Dynamic instability