The Cell Lecture 4

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1. What do gap junctions do?

  • facilitate communication between cells, made up of connexons
  • facilitate replication of cells, made up of connexins
  • facilitate replication of cells, made up of connexons
  • facilitate communication between cells, made up of connexins
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2. What kind of molecule undergoes primary active transport?

  • cations
  • anions
  • carbohydrates
  • phospholipids

3. What do desmosomes do?

  • hold adjacent cells together, have thin plaques attached to cytoplasmic fibres and membrane cell adhesion proteins
  • hold adjacent cells together, have thin plaques attached to cytoskeleton and membrane cell adhesion proteins
  • hold adjacent cells together, have dense plaques attached to cytoplasmic fibres and membrane cell adhesion proteins
  • hold adjacent cells together, have dense plaques attacked to cytoskeleton and membrane cell adhesion proteins

4. What are thylakoid membranes involved in?

  • conversion of mechanical energy in photosynthesis
  • conversion of chemical energy in photosynthesis
  • conversion of light energy in photosynthesis
  • conversion of heat energy in photosynthesis

5. What do connexins do?

  • snap together to generate a membrane
  • snap together to generate a pore
  • snap together to generate a protein
  • snap together to generate a organelle

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