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True / False Questions

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Question 1
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In the phospholipid bilayer of a cell, the hydrophobic tails face the outside of the cell or the extracellular fluid.
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Question 2
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Cellular communication and signaling involves recognition of glycoproteins bound to the plasma phospholipid membrane.
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Question 3
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The movement of water molecules from areas of high concentration to low concentration is known as facilitated diffusion.
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Question 4
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The passive and random movement of molecules from areas of high to low concentration is known as simple diffusion.
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Question 5
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If red blood cells are placed into a solution that is hypertonic they will swell and burst.
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Glycolysis is the phase of the cellular metabolic pathway that occurs in the cytoplasm and requires oxygen as a final electron acceptor.
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Question 7
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During a strenuous workout you might feel a burning or painful sensation within your muscles because as the muscles become depleted of oxygen they produce ATP through lactic acid fermentation.
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Question 8
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In cellular respiration 34 molecules of glucose are produced for every molecule of glucose.
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Question 9
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Cellular respiration occurs within all organelles of the cell.
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Question 10
10 Endocytosis involves the entrance of large molecules engulfed by vesicles formed from pinching off of the plasma membrane.
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