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Biology 2010 Exam #2 Take home

Spring 2012 Cell Anatomy Matching Match the term on the left with the definition, example or function on the right.

1. Mitochondria A. Produces ATP 2. Lysosome B. Neutralizes free radicals 3. Peroxisome C. Packages substances into 4. Golgi apparatus vesicles 5. Rough Endoplasmic reticulum D. Contains bound ribosomes E. Contains digestive enzymes 6. Which of the following produces membrane proteins? a. Free ribosomes b. Nucleolus c. Bound ribosomes d. Centrioles 7. Red blood cells produce all of their energy anaerobically. Which organelle would red blood cells NOT contain? a. Ribosomes b. Golgi apparatus c. Smooth endoplasmic reticulum d. Mitochondria 8. Which of the following would NOT be found in the nucleus? a. DNA b. RNA c. Ribosomes d. Nucleolus 9. Which of the following is true of the Golgi apparatus? a. It synthesizes proteins b. Secretory vesicles exit from the trans-­‐face c. It breaks apart larger molecules into smaller ones d. It stores fats 10. Which of the following is NOT part of the endomembrane system? a. Golgi apparatus b. Smooth ER c. Lysosomes d. Cytoskeleton

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