The Cell Lecture 2

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1. What is the rough endoplasmic reticulum?

  • studded with ribosomes, segregates newly synthesized plasmids and transports them to other areas, chemically modifies proteins
  • studded with ribosomes, segregates newly synthesized proteins and transports them to other areas, cannot chemically modify proteins
  • studded with ribosomes, segregates newly synthesized proteins and transports them to other areas, chemically modifies proteins
  • studded with cytoplasm, segregates newly synthesized proteins and transports them to other areas, chemically modifies proteins
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2. What are mitochondria?

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

3. What does the smooth endoplasmic reticulum do?

  • chemical modification of large molecules, site of glycogen hydrolysis + synthesis of lipids and steroids
  • chemical modification of small molecules, site of glucagon hydrolysis + synthesis of lipids and steroids
  • chemical modification of small molecules, site of glycogen hydrolysis + synthesis of lipids and steroids
  • chemical modification of large molecules, site of glucagon hydrolysis + synthesis of lipids and steroids

4. What are lysosomes?

  • vesicles containing digestive enzymes
  • pockets within cell that carries DNA fragments
  • vesicles containing constructive enzymes
  • phagocytic white blood cells

5. Glycolysis occurs in every living cell and produces...

  • NADH
  • ATP
  • NAD
  • ADP

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