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Question 1: One is that they came from meteorites (see ________).
AstrobiologyPlanetary habitabilityPanspermiaMurchison meteorite

Question 2: mRNA molecules bind to protein-RNA complexes called ribosomes located in the ________, where they are translated into polypeptide sequences.
MitochondrionMetabolismCell (biology)Cytosol

Question 3: All chromosomal DNA is stored in the ________, separated from the cytoplasm by a membrane.
Endomembrane systemCell (biology)MitochondrionCell nucleus

Question 4:
When was the Cell (biology)?
January 2010
1992-10-19
1959-05-25
February 2009

Question 5: ________ cells are about 15 times the size of a typical prokaryote and can be as much as 1000 times greater in volume.
FungusPlantProtistEukaryote

Question 6: Cell contents are contained within a cell surface membrane that is made from a ________ with proteins embedded in it.
MetabolismLipid bilayerBacteriaLipid bilayer fusion

Question 7: The mRNA sequence directly relates to the polypeptide sequence by binding to ________ (tRNA) adapter molecules in binding pockets within the ribosome.
Mitochondrial DNACreatine kinaseTransfer RNAMitochondrion

Question 8: Complex sugars consumed by the organism can be broken down into a less chemically-complex sugar molecule called ________.
CarbohydrateGlucoseSucroseFructose

Question 9: What does the following picture show?

  Cells in culture, stained for keratin (red) and DNA (green)
  Bovine Pulmonary Artery Endothelial cell: nuclei stained blue, mitochondria stained red, and F-actin, an important component in microfilaments, stained green. Cell imaged on a fluorescent microscope.
  Bovine Pulmonary Artery Endothelial cell: nuclei stained blue, mitochondria stained red, and F-actin, an important component in microfilaments, stained green. Cell imaged on a fluorescent microscope.

Question 10: 1839: ________ and Matthias Jakob Schleiden elucidate the principle that plants and animals are made of cells, concluding that cells are a common unit of structure and development, and thus founding the cell theory.
YeastBiologyTheodor SchwannCell (biology)







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