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Introduction to the Cytoskeleton

Q. Which cytoskeletal elements are not found in the cytoplasm ofcells in arthropods like crabs?A. Actin filamentsB. Intermediate filamentsC. Microtubu...

Solved • Aug 25, 2018

Introduction to the Cytoskeleton

Q. Which cytoskeletal component is particularly enriched in the shaft of a growing axon?A. microtubulesB. actinC. growth conesD. DNA

Solved • Aug 25, 2018

Introduction to the Cytoskeleton

Q. Which of the following statements about the cytoskeleton is true?A. Microfilaments are structurally rigid and resist compression, whereas microtubu...

Solved • Aug 24, 2018

Introduction to the Cytoskeleton

Q.  Compare and contrast actin and tubulin polymerization. 

Solved • Jul 10, 2018

Introduction to the Cytoskeleton

Q. What is the structure of cilia and flagella?

Solved • Jul 5, 2018

Introduction to the Cytoskeleton

Q. Which cytoskeleton provide strong support? What is the names of cytoskeleton in nail formation and staging sarcoma cancer?

Solved • Jul 5, 2018

Introduction to the Cytoskeleton

Q. What are three ways in which cilia play a role in cell function? You may consider examples in our own bodies, or in other organisms.

Solved • Jul 2, 2018

Introduction to the Cytoskeleton

Q. How do microtubules and actin microfilaments assemble from their subunits in a way that gives them polarity? 

Solved • Jun 29, 2018

Introduction to the Cytoskeleton

Q. Intermediate filaments are an essential class of cytoskeletal proteins. Give two examples of how they are different from the other cytoskeletal sys...

Solved • Jun 28, 2018

Introduction to the Cytoskeleton

Q. The anchoring body in a eukaryotic flagella is identified as a structure with ______. 

Solved • Jun 11, 2018

Introduction to the Cytoskeleton

Q. Scientific evidence is beginning to suggest that some elements of the cytoskeleton may have originated in bacteria.  a. True b. False

Solved • Aug 2, 2017

Introduction to the Cytoskeleton

Q. The cytoskeleton consists of microtubules, microfilaments, and intermediate filaments.  a. True b. False

Solved • Aug 2, 2017

Introduction to the Cytoskeleton

Q. What is the role of actin in eukaryotic cells?  a. It is part of the cytoskeleton b. It forms the spindle that pulls chromosomes apart c. It for...

Solved • Aug 2, 2017

Introduction to the Cytoskeleton

Q. How do sperm move to fertilize eggs? a. With flagella made of microtubules b. By diffusion c. With flagella made of actin d. With cilia made of...

Solved • Aug 2, 2017

Introduction to the Cytoskeleton

Q. Flagella are not:  a. Found on eukaryotic cells b. Found on prokaryotic cells c. Used for movement d. Composed of microtubules e. Short append...

Solved • Aug 2, 2017

Introduction to the Cytoskeleton

Q. Cilia are not:  a. Found on prokaryotic cells b. Found on eukaryotic cells c. Used for movement d. Short appendages e. Composed of microtubules

Solved • Aug 2, 2017

Introduction to the Cytoskeleton

Q. A cytoskeleton is:  a. A structure that aids in the process of cell division b. Found in the cytoplasm of eukaryotic cells c. A system of tracks...

Solved • Aug 2, 2017

Introduction to the Cytoskeleton

Q. All of the following about flagella of bacteria are true except a. they are used in locomotion b. they are used in feeding c. they have similar ...

Solved • Jul 18, 2017

Introduction to the Cytoskeleton

Q. Prokaryotic cell movement is attributed to the a. capsule b. ribosomes c. nucleoid area d. flagella 

Solved • Jul 18, 2017