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Cells: Tired of the "A Cell is Like a House" Analogy True or False

1. Which organelles are physically connected to one another in a eukaryotic cell? -> The nucleus and rough endoplasmic reticulum
2. Proteins are made by ribosomes. Which of the following pathways is most likely to be traveled by a protein bound for secretion? -> Nucleus – Golgi – RER
3. As you look through a powerful microscope, you see the following cell structures: mitochondria, nuclei, centrioles, and Golgi bodies. You are most likely looking at a cell from what type of organism? -> Plant
4. Which type of cell would probably provide you the best opportunity to study vacuoles? -> Onion cells
5. Chemical X binds to RNA. After prolonged exposure of a cell to chemical X, where would you expect to find most of chemical X? -> Rough ER
6. If you wanted to make a membrane more rigid, you would add which of the following to the membrane? -> Phosphorous
7. The transport of water across a membrane from a solution of lower solute concentration to a solution of higher solute concentration is best described as -> active transport.
8. As protons flow from the intermembrane space to the matrix of the mitochondria, the pH of the intermembrane space (goes) ______ and the pH of the matrix (goes) ______. -> up; down
9. Products of photosynthesis include __________; products of cellular respiration include ___________. -> sunlight; sugar
10. Which of the following cellular structures does NOT provide evidence for the evolutionary unity of prokaryotes and eukaryotes? -> Ribosomes

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