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D A dome-shaped DNA secondary structure E None of the above 23 Fill in the blanks: Two-chain phospholipids tend to form _______
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whereas single-chain phospholipids form _________
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A micelles, liposomes B lysozomes, micelles C liposomes, cholesterol D liposomes, micelles E membranes, vesicles 24 Which of the following statements is most true A A voltage clamp is a technique used in electrophysiology to measure
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and characterize voltage differences in cells, particularly in excitable tissue cells such as neurons (nerve cells)
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B A voltage clamp is a technique used in electrophysiology to measure
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and characterize electrical currents in cells, particularly in excitable tissue cells such as neurons (nerve cells)
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C A voltage clamp is a technique used in conjunction with electrophoresis, to measure and characterize voltage differences among molecules
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D The current clamp technique is similar to the voltage clamp, except
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that the electrode feedback mechanism allows the current across the membrane to vary while keeping a constant voltage
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E None of the above 25 DNA owes its helical shape to A Watson and Crick B Rosalind Franklin C hydrogen bonds between base pairs D aromatic base stacking E the helical phosphate backbone 26 The Boltzmann distribution A is the most probable distribution for any significant number of molecules B is not the only distribution that occurs C has units of joules per molecule
B i o p h y s i c s D e mys tifie D
D A and B E B and C 27 Which property of cdDNA is a topological invariant A Lk B Tw C Wr D A and B E B and C 28 Secondary active transport is called secondary because its source of
energy is
A an ionic current that was generated by a gated ion channel B a temperature gradient that was generated by a primary active
transport
C a phospholipid gradient that was generated by secondary
photosynthesis
D a concentration gradient that was generated by a primary active transport E the second of three pyrophosphate bonds in ATP 29 The cell cycle describes A how certain cells with flagella swim in circles to surround their food
B the cycle of food entering the cell and being digested, and energy from that food used to create ATP, which is used to actively transport more food into the cell (and then the cycle repeats) C how cells grow and then divide in daughter cells, which grow and then divide, and so on D any of a variety of cyclical reactions in the cell, for example, the sodium-potassium pump, which has a cycle of repeatedly pumping sodium out of the cell and potassium into the cell
E There s no such thing as the cell cycle You just made that up 30 Which amino acids tend to be on the outside of a folded protein that is
floating around in a cell
A Nonpolar B Uncharged polar
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C Charged D A and B E B and C 31 What are the three major divisions of biophysics when categorizing
the branches of biophysics according to size of what is being studied
A Small, medium and large biophysics B Microscopic, tissue, and organism biophysics C Subcellular, physiological, and environmental biophysics D Subcellular, structural, and macromolecular biophysics 32 Fill in the blanks: The ultracentrifuge operates on the principle of
__________ and can be used to determine the relative __________ of molecules
A electrophoresis, size B sedimentation, strengths C centrifugation, elasticity D gravity, compactness E sedimentation, compactness 33 If we double the number of segments in a freely jointed chain, what is
the effect on the root-mean-square end-to-end distance
A Increase by a factor of 2 B Increase by a factor of 2 C Decrease by a factor of 2 D Decrease by a factor of 2 E Remain constant because the average length of each segment will
balance out the change
34 What do disulfide bonds do A Provide a favorable Gibbs energy change for bringing together otherwise distant cysteine residues in a folded protein
B Add rigidity to the folded protein structure C Form ionic bonds between two charged, sulfur-containing amino
acids
B i o p h y s i c s D emys tifie D
D A and B E B and C 35 How many arrangements are possible given a Boltzmann distribution
for a specific number of molecules and a specific amount of energy
A It depends on how much energy is available B The average of all possible distributions C The maximum of all possible distributions D One E The answer cannot be determined on the basis of the information given 36 An amino acid is a molecule with what functional groups A An amine and hydrochloric acid B A hydroxyl and an amine C A protein and a polypeptide D A carboxyl and an amine E A hydrogen bond and a dipole 37 Which of the following is not a membrane-bound organelle A Mitochondrion B Chloroplast C Vacuole D Ribosome E Nucleus 38 In an alpha helix A the backbone is on the inside of the helix B the side chains have dipoles C the dipoles are every fourth residue D the hydrogen bonds occur on the alpha residues E the base pairs are tilted slightly 39 Absorption of light is commonly used to measure
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