bio unit 2 part 2

when viewing a specimen through a light microscope, scientist use _____ to distinguish the individual components of cells
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the process by which a cell engulfs a foreign particle is known asphagocytosiswhich of the following is most likely to have the greatest concentration of smooth endoplasmic reticuluma cell that makes steroid hormoneswhich of the following sequences correctly lists in order the steps involved in the incorporation of a proteinaceous molecule within a cellsynthesis of the protein on the ribosome; modification in the ER; tagging in the golgi; distribution via the vesicleCongenital disorders of glycosylation are a growing class of rare diseases. which organelle would be most commonly involved in the glycoprotein disorder portion of the groupgolgi apparatuswhich of the following have the ability to disassemble and reform quicklymicrofilaments and microtubuleswhich of the following do not a play a role in intracellular movementonly intermediate filamentswhich of the following are only in plant cellsplasmodesmatathe key components of desmosomes are cadherins and ______intermediate filamentsdiseased animal cells may produce molecules that activate death cascades to kill the cells in a controlled manner. why would neighboring healthy cells also diethe death molecule passes through gap junctionswhich of the following organelles is correctly matched with its functionchloroplasts- cellular respirationwhich of the following are not enclosed by one or more membranechloroplastswhich of the following is a correct sequence of cell components that a newly synthesized protein destined for exocytosis would encounter during its lifetimeribosomes, rough ER, Golgi, vesicles that fuse with plasma membranewhich of the following clues would tell you whether a cell is prokaryotic or eukaryoticthe presence or absence of a cell wallthe acid used to circle milk for the production of cheese was produced originally bybacteria from the airif the skin cells of a certain animal have 38 chromosomes each, how many chromosomes would each sperm cell have19imagine two perfectly spherical balls of modeling clay of equal mass. one of the two is then pressed into a flattened disc, or pancake shape. which of the following is truethe flattened ball of clay now has a lower surface area to volume ratio than the spherical onewhy are some ribosomes attached to the endoplasmic reticulumbecause ribosomes are responsible for phospholipid synthesis and chemical detoxificationwhich of the following best describes the function of a chloroplastit synthesizes organic molecules from inorganic ingredientsthe cells on an ant and a horse are on average the same size. a horse just has more of them. what is the main advantage of a small cell sizethere is more cell surface relative to cell interior if the cell is smallall of the following ancient biotechnology products require the action of microorganisms exceptpastawhich of the following is correct according to endosymbiont theoryif mitochondria are damaged and chloroplasts are derived from fragments that broke off from nuclear chromosomeswhich of the following statements about crossing over is falseit occurs during both prophase I and prophase IIGolgi complexflattened membranous discs found in euk cellsdistillationvaporizing due to heatcurdssolid clusters formed when milk separates into solids and liquids when mixing something acidic