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1

all of the following are functions of the cell membrane EXCEPT:

being freely permeable to all substances

2

which of the following statements concerning phospholipids is FALSE:

they contain three fatty acids chains

3

in a lipid bilayer, ______ fatty acids tails face each other within the bilayer and form a region that excludes water.

hydrophobic

4

if phosopholipids from a spherical structure when placed in water, then which of the following is the most logical conclusion about those phosopholipid molecules?

they are cone shaped

5

a key discovery that weakened the Davson-Danielli sandwich model of cell membranes was that:

membrane proteins were not uniform and did not form flattened sheets

6

who proposed the fluid mosaic model of cell membrane structure in 1972?

Singer and Nicholson

7

What is meant by the term " fluid mosaic model"?

it is the movement of proteins within the phospholipid bilayer

8

in the experiment in which frye and Edidin fused the plasma membranes of a mouse and a human cell , what happened to the proteins?

they moved laterally across the surface of the cell

9

vegetable oil is different from animal fat in that the phospholipids in vegetable oil have fatty acid tails that:

lack double bonds

10

Cholesterol within membranes functions as a(N) ____ through its interactions with both hydrophobic and hydrophilic parts of phospholipids

fluidity buffer

11

which of the following statements about lipid bilayers is FALSE?

they are inflexible

12

integral proteins

are amphipathic

13

a transmembrane protein differs from other membrane proteins because it

completely extends through the membrane

14

peripheral proteins are linked to either surface of the plasma membrane by:

bonding to integral proteins through noncovalent interactions

15

integral proteins are

made by ribosomes located on the rough endoplasmic reticulum

16

Biological membranes are normally permeable to

small, hydrophobic molecules

17

which of the following molecules is least likely to cross a cellular membrane by simple diffusion

potassium ion

18

An ABC transporter:

uses the energy of ATP to transport solutes

19

Which of the following is not a characteristic of aquaporins?

they cause dehydration

20

a bottle of perfume is opened on the opposite side of the room and within minutes you begin to smell the perfume. the phenomenon is a classic example of :

simple diffusion

21

the passive movement of a substance along its concentration gradient is termed:

diffusion

22

simple diffusion may involve the movement of _____ through the plasma membrane down a concentration gradient

small nonpolar molecules

23

which of the following membrane activities does NOT require the expenditure of energy by the cell?

osmosis

24

if the concentration of solutes in a cell is less than the concentration of solutes in the surrounding fluid, then the extracellular fluid is said to be:

hypertonic

25

the higher the concentration of solute in a solution, the ____ the effective water concentration and the ______ the osmotic pressure

lower, higher

26

Consider a U-tube that initially contains pure water on one side of a selectively permeable membrane and water plus solute on the other side. which of the following best describes what will happen next?

some water molecules become "bound up" with solute molecules and do not diffuse freely

27

solutions that are isotonic

have equal concentrations of solute and water

28

refer to figure 5-1. which of the following statements about the red blood cells in figure B is true?

These red blood cells have shrunken in response to a hypertonic external solution

29

refer to figure 5-1. which of the following statements about the red blood cells in figure A is true?

there has been no net water movement

30

A patient who has had a severe hemorrhage accidently receives a large transfusion of distilled water directly into a major blood vessel. you would expect this mistake to:

have serious , perhaps fatal consequences because the red blood cells could swell and burst

31

a plant cell placed in a hypertonic solution will:

undergo plasmolsis

32

Penicillin is toxic to certain dividing bacterial cells because it prevents cell wall formation, causing the cells to burst. This indicates that the bacteria live in:

a hypotonic medium

33

A wilted flower placed in a vase of water for several hours became stiff and stood erect. When a fresh flower was placed in a salt solution, it wilted. From this information we can say that:

the fresh water is hypotonic and the salt solution is hypertonic to the cells of the flower

34

facilitated diffusion :

requires a specific transport protein

35

carrier proteins are involved in:

both facilitated diffusion and active transport

36

Although glucose molecules constantly diffuse into a cell along their concentration gradient, equilibrium is never reached and glucose continues to enter the cell. This is a direct result of:

the rapid and continuous formation of glucose phosphates within the cell

37

studies of glucose transport in liposomes have revealed that:

glucose binds to the carrier protein causing the carrier protein to change its shape suring the transport process

38

Even though a bacterium contains a higher concentration of sodium ions than in the surrounding pond water, the sodium ions continue to enter the bacterium. Evidently, sodium ions are entering the cell by:

active transport

39

Which of the following describes how facilitated diffusion is powered?

Energy is required to do the work of establishing and maintaining a concentration gradient

40

which of the following statements about the sodium-potassium pump is true

it transports 3 sodium ions out of the cell in exchange for 2 potassium ions into the cell

41

In the cotransport of glucose and sodium ions:

sodium ions are transported down their concentration gradient

42

a human white blood cell engulfs a bacterial cell by:

phagocytosis

43

pinocytosis

is the nonspecific uptake of fluids by pinching inward of the plasma membrane

44

receptor-mediated endocytosis:

occurs when specific molecules combine with receptor proteins in the plasma membrane

45

the process illustrated in figure 5-2 is called:

exocytosis

46

the process illustrated in figure 5-2 would most likely be used to transport

hormones

47

select the receptor mediated endocytosis events that are in the correct (before,after) order:

ligand binds to receptors; coated vesicles forms by ensocytosis

48

In cells that are constantly involved in secretion, an equivalent amount of membrane must be returned to the interior of the cell for each vesicle that fuses with the plasma membrane; if this does not occur, then what would happen?

the cell surface will keep expanding

49

the structures in this figure:

allow the transport of small molecules and ions between adjacent cells

50

plasmodesmata of plant cells are functionally equivalent to ___ of animal cells

gap junction