MARIETTA BIOL 131 - Biol 131 Question bank Cell Structure (7 pages)

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Biol 131 - Introduction to Cellular and Molecular Biology

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Biol 131 Question bank Cell Structure You are expected to bring completed study questions to the evening study session Answer these study questions by referencing the relevant sections of the textbook The written explanations are the most important part of your answers and key to learning of concepts 1 Assume that the cube to the right has edges 4 inches long A The surface area of each side of the cube is in2 and the total surface area of this cube is in2 The volume of this cube is in3 The surface volume ratio of this cube is B If this cube was cut up into 64 one inch square cubes what would be the Surface volume ratio of each cube Show calculations C Which would have the larger surface volume ratio small bacterial cell or larger eukaryotic cell circle 2 For your biology capstone research project you have decided to study the properties of epithelial cells that line the trachea of mice You find that these cells can be grown in cell culture and retain many of their in vivo properties Since learning how to use different types of microscopy is an important part of your project you must decide which technique would be most appropriate to make different types of observations Which type of microscopy would you recommend in order to A create time lapse video of the cells moving and dividing B count the number of cilia on the cell surface C show where the protein myosin occurs in the cell D monitor general appearance of the cells in the culture plate Choices Bright field Fluorescence DIC Scanning electron microscopy Transmission electron microscopy E examine the arrangement of ER in the cell Biol 131 Question Bank Cell Structure Page 1 3 Answer the following questions to best understand the relative sizes of different objects A Review the basic structures of the following six items and pair them together as follows a Human body cell d Ribosome b Mitochondrion e Protozoan c Virus f Bacteria 1 and are similar in size and smallest 2 and are similar in size and next largest 3



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