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2. What are mitochondria?

  • have no independent genome, energy stores converted into ADP
  • have independent genome, energy stores converted into ATP
  • have no independent genome, energy stores converted into ATP
  • have independent genome, energy stores converted into ADP

3. What is the function of the golgi apparatus?

  • receives proteins and may not further modify them, concentrates, packages and breaks down proteins, synthesis of polysaccharides
  • receives proteins and may further modify them, concentrates, packages and sorts proteins, synthesis of polysaccharides
  • receives proteins and may further modify them, concentrates, packages and breaks down proteins, synthesis of polysaccharides
  • receives proteins and may not further modify them, concentrates, packages and sorts proteins, synthesis of polysaccharides

4. What are the functions/characteristics of ribosomes in prokaryotic cells?

  • float freely in cell vacuole, site of protein replication
  • attached to rough e.r., site of protein replication
  • float freely in cell cytoplasm, site of protein synthesis
  • attached to rough e.r., site of protein synthesis

5. Eukaryotes

  • have plasma membrane, cytoplasm and ribosomes, membrane-bound nucleus, organelles, a cytoskeleton + capsid
  • have plasma membrane, cytoplasm and ribosomes, nuclear envelope, organelles + a cytoskeleton
  • have plasma membrane, cytoplasm and ribosomes, membrane-bound nucleus, organelles + a cytoskeleton.
  • have no plasma membrane, cytoplasm or ribosomes, mebrane-bound nucleus, organelles + a cytoskeleton

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