Flashcards in Chapter 3 Deck (112)
The cristae are structures found within what organelle?
The centromeres divide during what stage of mitosis?
A ribosome is an example of a what?
What contains enzymes that are used to degrade foreign particles as well as cell structures?
Which of the following does not belong with the others? Diffusion, osmosis, active transport, passive transport.
Active transport (it requires energy)
What contains enzymes that are associated with protein sythesis?
Chromosomes are aligned along the equatorial line during which stage of division?
What processes of a cell move in wavelike patterns and are each attached to a basal body?
Nuclear pores are only used for what kind of transport?
Nuclear to cytosol transport (and vice versa)
The movement of a salt through a membrane, such as in a kidney, because of pressure differences is called what?
In active transport, energy is consumed by the cell membrane in the form of what?
The nucleolus functions mainly in the synthesis of what?
The following with increase the rate of diffusion except which factor? Increased temperature, increased concentration, increased molecular weight, shorter distances.
Increased molecular weight
A cell membrane allows only needed substances to pass and is therefore called what?
The rate of diffusion of a molecule is faster in areas of what?
The inside lining of the digestive tract is lined with cells that are held together by what kind of junctions?
What provides both structural support and the enzymes needed to make proteins from amino acid building blocks?
What contains enzymes that oxidize alcohol and attempt to convert it into forms that can be eliminated from the body?
The structures that cause fluids and mucus to move across their surface are the what?
Catalase is an enzyme, which degrades what?
What contains catabolic enzymes?
Which channel-bocker medication can be used to treat hypertensin or angina pectoris?
At which stages does the chromosome number double?
Movement of molecules from low to high concentrations is called what?
What type of cell is a bacterium?
As a result of mitosis, the number of chromosomes is what?
What term can be used to imply all of the chemical reactions within a cell?
Tight junctions are a type of intercellular junction that do what?
Hold together certain cells
By which process does a glucose molecule move through a cell membrane protein carrier from a region of greater concentration to one of lower concentration?