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1. Which of the following is not a function of proteins in the plasma membrane of eukaryotes?
a. detecting chemical signals
b. making ATP
c. adhering to other cells
d. ion homeostasis
e. selective uptake of small molecules
2. Which f the following statements about the nucleus in animal cells is false?
a. The nucleus is surrounded by two lipid bilayers
b. DNA replication takes place in the nucleus
c. The nucleus is the site of protein synthesis
d. DNA in the nucleus combines with proteins
e. The nucleolus is located in the nucleus.
3. Ribosomes are the structures in which
a. chemical energy is stored in the form of ATP
b. cell division is controlled
c. genetic information is used to synthesize proteins
d. sunlight energy is converted into chemical energy
e. new organelles are made
4. The function of the nuclear pores is to
a. synthesize and repair DNA
b. assemble ribosomes
c. communicate with the endoplasmic reticulum
d. regulate movement of materials across the nuclear envelope
e. support the nuclear envelope
5. The membranes of the endoplasmic reticulum are continuous with the membranes of the
a. nucleus
b. Golgi apparatus
c. nucleolus
d. plasma membrane
e. mitochondria
6. Proteins that are transported in vesicles are made by
a. the Golgi apparatus
b. ribosomes within the mitochondria
c. the smooth endoplasmic reticulum
d. ribosomes on the rough endoplasmic reticulum
e. the nucleolus
7. Microvilli are created by projections of
a. microtubules
b. actin
c. myosin
d. intermediate filaments
e. none of the above
8. Proteins that are destined to function in the nucleus are translated by ribosomes that are
a. free in the cytoplasm
b. on the surface of the nucleus
c. in the nucleolus
d. on the surface of the endoplasmic reticulum
e. in mitochondria
9. The motor protein responsible for the movement of cilia is
a. kinesin
b. dynein
c. myosin
d. actin
e. tubulin
10. If a plasma membrane protein is initially made by a ribosome bound to the rough ER, the part
of the protein found inside the ER will
a. likely have sugar groups attached and be found facing outside the cell
b. not have sugar groups attached and will be found facing outside the cell
c. likely have sugar groups attached and be found facing inside the cell
d. not have sugar groups attached and will be found facing inside the cell
e. none of the above