Question: Date Class, /me: Class Date 10 155 LECTURE TEST2A CHAPTERS 5678 e.Cellular respiration d. Anaerob…


Date Class, /me: Class Date 10 155 LECTURE TEST2A CHAPTERS 5678 e.Cellular respiration d. Anaerobic respiration e. Glycolysis 51. When glocose is used as the energy source, the largest amount of ATP is produced in a. glycolysis b. acetyl-CoA formation e. the citric acid cycle d. substrate-level phosphorylation e. electron transfer phosphorylation 52. What type of energy is the energy in chemical bonds? a. Solar energy b. Activation energy e. Kinetic energy d. Potential energy e. Thermal energy 53. Plasma membranes and some internal membranes have which of the following proteins, which trigger a change in the cells activities in response to a stimulus? a. Receptor proteins b. Transport proteins c. Adhesion proteins d. Transmembrane proteins e. Peripheral proteins Figure 8.17 54. The accompanying figure represents a. cloning with a stem cel b. somatic cell nuclear transfer c. genetic manipulation of a single gene d. microsurgical manipulation of a chromosome e. embryonic cloning 55. Integral proteins that span the entire bilayer are called a. receptor proteins b. integral proteins c. adhesion proteins yright Cengage Learning Powered by Copero. Page 13

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Date Class, /me: Class Date 10 155 LECTURE TEST2A CHAPTERS 5678 e.Cellular respiration d. Anaerobic respiration e. Glycolysis 51. When glocose is used as the energy source, the largest amount of ATP is produced in a. glycolysis b. acetyl-CoA formation e. the citric acid cycle d. substrate-level phosphorylation e. electron transfer phosphorylation 52. What type of energy is the energy in chemical bonds? a. Solar energy b. Activation energy e. Kinetic energy d. Potential energy e. Thermal energy 53. Plasma membranes and some internal membranes have which of the following proteins, which trigger a change in the cell's activities in response to a stimulus? a. Receptor proteins b. Transport proteins c. Adhesion proteins d. Transmembrane proteins e. Peripheral proteins Figure 8.17 54. The accompanying figure represents a. cloning with a stem cel b. somatic cell nuclear transfer c. genetic manipulation of a single gene d. microsurgical manipulation of a chromosome e. embryonic cloning 55. Integral proteins that span the entire bilayer are called a. receptor proteins b. integral proteins c. adhesion proteins yright Cengage Learning Powered by Copero. Page 13

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