DH 1350 Quiz 6 Chap 7 Cell

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DH 1350 Quiz 6 Chap 7 Cell
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Chapter 7 cell and components
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  1. Math the following 10 items with their appropriate definition:

    Neucleus
    mitochondria
    centrosome
    cytoskeleton
    lysosomes
    endoplasmic reticulum
    ribosomes
    Golgi complex
    tonofilament
    keratin

    1 forms the mitotic spindle apparatus during mitosis
    2 intracellualr and extracellular digestion
    3 roving protein factories
    4 an intermediate filament that has a major role in intercellular junctions
    5 subsequent segregation, packaging, and transportation of protein compounds (fedex)
    6 the brain of the cell where the DNA is stored
    7 an intermediate filament found in calloused type of epithelium
    8 the power plant that creates ATP
    9 specialized protein that keep the cell's shape
    10 modifies stores segregates and transports proteins
    6 Nucleus       the brain of the cell where the DNA is stored

    8 Mitochondria    the power plant that creates ATP

    1 Centrosome      forms the mitotic spindle apparatus during mitosis

    9 Cytoskeleton    specialized proteins that keep the cell’s shape

    2 Lysosomes   intracellular and extracellular digestion

    10 Endoplasmic Reticulum   modifies stores segregates and transports proteins

    3 Ribosomes     roving protein factories

    5 Golgi Complex        subsequent segregation, packaging, and transportation of protein compounds (FedEx)

    4 Tonofilament   an intermediate filament that has a major roll in intercellular junctions

    7 Keratin       an intermediate filament found in calloused-type of epithelium
  2. Division of a cell into two daughter cells occurs during which phase of mitosis? 

    a. Prophase
    b. Abaphase
    c.Metaphase
    d.Telophase
    • Telophase
    • The last phase of mitosis in which the the individual cell divides
  3. During which phase of mitotsis does the cell DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) in the form of chromatin condense into chromosomes? 

    a. Prophase
    b. Anaphase
    c.Metaphase
    d. Telophase
    prophase
  4. Movement and alignment of the chromosomes themselves in the middle of the cell occurs during which phase of mitosis?

    a. Prophase
    b. Anaphase
    c. Metaphase
    d. Telophase
    metaphase
  5. During which phase of mitosis do the chromosomes separate and migrate to opposite poles of the cell?

    a. Prophase
    b. Anaphase
    c.Metaphase
    d.Telophase
    anaphase
  6. Cellular metabolism occurs in the:

    A. mitochondria
    B.Ribosomes
    C. endoplasmic reticulum
    D. Golgi appartatus
    E.lysosomes
    A. mitochondria

    The "power plants of the cell are responsible for the rate of energy production
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  7. Sperm, erythrocyte,macrophage, osteocyte and neuron are all examples of this component of the body.
    Cells
  8. Muscle, cartilage, bone,and blood are all examples of this component of the body
    tissue
  9. A somewhat independent body part that  performs a specific function or functions
    organs
  10. The skin, brain, heart, liver, can function together as these components of the body
    system
  11. These are metabolically active specialized structures dispersed throughout the cytoplasm within the cell membrane
    organelles
  12. These organelles are produced by the Golgi complex
    lysosomes
  13. The endoplasmic reticulum (ER) may be classified as either _____ or  ______
    smooth or rough
  14. Secretory substances such as mucus for the salivary glands or insulin for the pancreas are proteins that have been modified, concentrated,and wrapped up in large  numbers into a single membranous vesicle by this organelle.
    golgi complex
  15. The cells in each tissue type are surrounded by extracellular materials which include both tissue fluid and intercellular substance. ___________________ is one of the most common ingredients of intercelluar substance.
    hyaluronic acid
  16. Various types of thicker, thread-like microscopic structures within the cell
    intermediate filaments
  17. Match fhe following explanations of intercellular junctions with their correct terms:

    1 An intercellular junction which involves an attachment between cells
    2 An intercellular junction which involves an attachment of a cell to an adjacent non-cellular surface
    3. The type of junction that occurs at the basement membrane between epithelial and connective tissue
    4. Tends to cause regularly plump cells to appear prickled or star-shaped


    desmosome
    hemidesmosome
    • desmosome
    • hemidesmosome
    • hemidesmosome
    • desmosome

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