5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- protein synthesis
- cell division
- a Process by which a cell divides into two new daughter cells
- b the process whereby genetic information coded in messenger RNA and used to assemble proteins.
- c Diffusion of water through a selectively permeable membrane
- d a group of three bases on DNA that codes for one amino acid.
- e Forming proteins based on information in DNA and carried out by RNA
5 Multiple choice questions
- A solution in which the concentration of solutes is greater than that of the cell that resides in the solution.,causes a cell to shrink because of osmosis
- a gradient in concentration of a solute that molecules move down and the greater the difference in concentration between the two areas, the faster diffusion occurs. It is An increase or decrease in the density of a chemical substance in an area., A difference in concentration between two areas.
- Communicating Junctions; channels that allow small molecules to flow through protein-lined pores between cells. common in the heart and embryonic cells.
- A sequence of three bases of a tRNA molecule that pairs with the complementary three-nucleotide codon of an mRNA molecule during protein synthesis.
- Division of the cytoplasm during cell division after the cell nucleus has divided.
5 True/False questions
transcription → the process whereby genetic information coded in messenger RNA and used to assemble proteins.
endocytosis → Cell's division (PMAT) of the nucleus. Final product is 2 daughter cells that are exactly like the parent cell., asexual reproduction and contains same number of chromosomes.
desmosome → Anchoring junctions that prevents cells subjected to mechanical stress from being pulled apart; two adjacent cells are attached. formed from protein plaques in the the cell membranes linked by protein filaments
Cell Theory → (biology) the basic structural and functional unit of all organisms
ribonucleic acid(RNA) → nucleic acid found in all living cells: carries the organism's hereditary information.