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Plastocyanin (PC) : (Multiple Choice)
Plastocyanin (PC) : (Multiple Choice)
Plastocyanin (PC)
 
  A) is a mobile electron carrier.
  B) is functionally similar to plastoquinol.
  C) carries only one electron at a time.
  D) carries electrons to PSI.
  E) All of the above are true of PC.
Cell Biology   Fat   42   Asked A year ago
The movement of proteins and lipids from the ER to their appropriate locations within a cell is ...
The movement of proteins and lipids from the ER to their appropriate locations within a cell is ...
The movement of proteins and lipids from the ER to their appropriate locations within a cell is known as ________.
 
  Fill in the blank with correct word.
Cell Biology   bu2fusul   30   Asked A year ago
________ is the process that moves tubulin subunits to the flagellar tip where they assemble onto ...
________ is the process that moves tubulin subunits to the flagellar tip where they assemble onto ...
________ is the process that moves tubulin subunits to the flagellar tip where they assemble onto axonemal microtubules.
 
  Fill in the blank with correct word.
Cell Biology   daniellelady   27   Asked A year ago
The inherited disorder xeroderma pigmentosum causes extreme sensitivity to the sun because of ...
The inherited disorder xeroderma pigmentosum causes extreme sensitivity to the sun because of ...
The inherited disorder xeroderma pigmentosum causes extreme sensitivity to the sun because of defects in the ________ pathway.
 
  Fill in the blank with correct word.
Cell Biology   daniellelady   33   Asked A year ago
DNA replication of linear chromosomes is initiated at multiple sites known as ________. (Fill in the blank)
DNA replication of linear chromosomes is initiated at multiple sites known as ________. (Fill in the blank)
DNA replication of linear chromosomes is initiated at multiple sites known as ________.
 
  Fill in the blank with correct word.
Cell Biology   katiebug55   30   Asked A year ago
Rapidly dividing embryonic cells shorten S-phase duration by increasing the number of ________. ...
Rapidly dividing embryonic cells shorten S-phase duration by increasing the number of ________. ...
Rapidly dividing embryonic cells shorten S-phase duration by increasing the number of ________.
 
  Fill in the blank with correct word.
Cell Biology   keekee01   32   Asked A year ago
The first monoclonal antibody drug (Orthoclone OKT3) was developed in ________.
The first monoclonal antibody drug (Orthoclone OKT3) was developed in ________.
The first monoclonal antibody drug (Orthoclone OKT3) was developed in ________.
 
  A) 1896
  B) 1936
  C) 1986
  D) 2010
Cell Biology   beaches411   34   Asked A year ago
Cell-based manufacturing in animal cell tissue culture
Cell-based manufacturing in animal cell tissue culture
I am interested to gain more knowledge  on this topic. I be really grateful if you guys can provide any information regarding this topic (books, journals...etc). Your feedback is highly appreciated. Smiling Face with Open Mouth
Cell Biology   Yutadono   416   Asked 2 years ago
You have been asked to examine organic material taken from a meteorite thought to be ...
You have been asked to examine organic material taken from a meteorite thought to be ...
You have been asked to examine organic material taken from a meteorite thought to be extraterrestrial bacteria.  The nuclei acids that you examine have a nitrogenous base composition different from that of all known earth-based forms.  Specifically, RNA consisted of four different bases called W, X, Y and Z.  The DNA contained one additional base called Q.  The p
Cell Biology   mkzb   388   Asked 2 years ago
Am american longitudinal study tag followed adults through their fifties and sixties found that wome
Am american longitudinal study tag followed adults through their fifties and sixties found that wome
am american longitudinal study tag followed adults through their fifties and sixties found that women were initially involved with their grandchildren what about men
Cell Biology   kkelly0075   733   Asked 2 years ago
The following figure shows the solute composition of a cell and its extracellular fluid.
The following figure shows the solute composition of a cell and its extracellular fluid.
The following figure shows the solute composition of a cell and its extracellular fluid. Question mark (Neutral Face) represents unknown concentrations.
 Question mark (Neutral Face) represents unknown concentrations.

a. What is the concentration of K+ inside the cell?
b. if the cell is in the steady state, what concentration of non-electrolyte must be present o
Cell Biology   ramiawali75@gm   397   Asked 2 years ago
In the UV radiation experiment, what was the purpose of exposing one plate to visible light?
In the UV radiation experiment, what was the purpose of exposing one plate to visible light?
I need help with this micro lab question , we did an experiment with some bacteria ,

E. Effect of UV radiation

Per table: 12 TSA plates (6/pair of students), liquid cultures of Serratia marcescens and Bacillus subtilis,
sterile cotton swabs, UV lamp, visible light source
Note: Serratia marcescens produces a red pigment known as prodigiosin especially
Cell Biology   nevada   494   Asked 2 years ago
Summarize the ATP yield during aerobic oxidation of glucose for aerobic bacterium.
Summarize the ATP yield during aerobic oxidation of glucose for aerobic bacterium.
I'm not sure how many of each structure are in each process, try to figure out what goes in each box, hopefully I will be able to look at the table and figure out the steps in each cycle. I tried filling out a few boxes although I'm not sure they are completely correct.

Table below is intended as a means of summarizing the ATP yield during the aerobic oxidation
Cell Biology   jhook15   2590   Asked 2 years ago
Which molecule(s) is/are NOT normally induced by TLR signaling (TLR=Toll‐Like Receptor)? (1p)  ...
Which molecule(s) is/are NOT normally induced by TLR signaling (TLR=Toll‐Like Receptor)? (1p)  ...
Which molecule(s) is/are NOT normally induced by TLR signaling (TLR=Toll‐Like Receptor)? (1p) 
A. TNF‐alpha
B. IL‐1  
C. iNOS
D. IL‐6
E. IL‐4
Cell Biology   SkövdeUni   146   Asked 2 years ago
At the site of membrane fusion between an insulin secretory vesicle and the plasma membrane one ...
At the site of membrane fusion between an insulin secretory vesicle and the plasma membrane one ...
True or false:
At the site of membrane fusion between an insulin secretory vesicle and the plasma membrane one would expect to see the aggregation of phosphatidylethanolamine caused by the release of intracellular calcium and the formation of a no bilayer hemifusion intermediate.
Cell Biology   calebthecleb   236   Asked 2 years ago
Differentiate the alphaproteobacteria using a Venn diagram.
Differentiate the alphaproteobacteria using a Venn diagram.
Differentiate the alphaproteobacteria using a Venn diagram.
Cell Biology   jms76   268   Asked 2 years ago
Explain how the upper airways and bronchi condition the air, and why this condit
Explain how the upper airways and bronchi condition the air, and why this condit
Explain how the upper airways and bronchi condition the air, and why this conditioning is important.
Cell Biology   mel2017   362   Asked 2 years ago
Why are physiology and anatomy frequently studied together?
Why are physiology and anatomy frequently studied together?
Why are physiology and anatomy frequently studied together?
Cell Biology   mel2017   157   Asked 2 years ago
Which of the following best describes the mechanism(s) by which the RNA interfer
Which of the following best describes the mechanism(s) by which the RNA interfer
Which of the following best describes the mechanism(s) by which the RNA interference (RNAi) pathway regulates gene expression?

      
A) The RNAi pathway prevents RNA Pol II from escaping the promoter thus blocking transcription.

      
B) The RNAi pathway prevents pre-mRNA transcripts from being spliced correctly therefore the proteins that are produced are
Cell Biology   dheefko   317   Asked 3 years ago
Inhibiting the BINDING of Candida Albicans to Monocyte-derived DENDRITIC cells.
Inhibiting the BINDING of Candida Albicans to Monocyte-derived DENDRITIC cells.
This is a totally random question and I am a big noob.

My question is:

If a drug Inhibits the BINDING of Candida Albicans to Monocyte-derived DENDRITIC cells does it mean it protects you against Candida Albicans infections?

There is this medicine that is used to "improve" the immune system. I was reading an article about it, and it said w
Cell Biology   DenditicGirl188   697   Asked 3 years ago
Prokaryotes can conserve energy and resources by making proteins...
Prokaryotes can conserve energy and resources by making proteins...
Hello, I have answered these questions, this is my third attempt and have gotten several wrong. for each question there can be one or more than one correct answer.

1.
The transcription of the trp operon genes (genes for enzymes necessary to synthesize the amino acid tryptophan)
Question 1 options:

   includes a repressor that is activated when lactose
Cell Biology   earenas1   471   Asked 3 years ago
Cell Division: Stimulated Microscopic Activity-View of An Onion Root Tip
Cell Division: Stimulated Microscopic Activity-View of An Onion Root Tip
The actively dividing root cells are located near the tip of a root. A dye is applied to a sample of these cells. The chromosomes, of the cells, accept the dye and appear bright red compared to other cell structures.

For the following questions, identify the correct cells by referencing their location on the chart. Name the ROW letter first, followed by the COLUMN number.
Cell Biology   Farheen98   444   Asked 3 years ago
Key points in this Hematopoietic Stem Cell article?
Key points in this Hematopoietic Stem Cell article?
I was pointed to this article to answer some questions. Now I don't expect to have all these questions answered, I just need some guidance on some key points because I am very new to reading these research papers. This is the first paper I've read and I urgently need help. Anything would be great appreciated. Thanks!

1.What was the overall goal of the paper?
Cell Biology   aydehde   1792   Asked 3 years ago
Distinguishing lesions of upper and lower motor neurons with specific locations
Distinguishing lesions of upper and lower motor neurons with specific locations
In a given case where a patient has weakness in a certain area, how would you best guess where a specific location the lesion would be (of an upper motor neuron or lower motor neuron) that would be causing the weakness?

Cell Biology   kuroko   2245   Asked 3 years ago
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