SOLVED: Diagram below? Select all statements that are true. What are the proteins illustrated? Protein molecules. Protein channel (C). Cell membrane. Protein temporarily associated with the plasma mem

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Diagram below? Select all statements that are true.
What are the proteins illustrated?
Protein molecules.
Protein channel (C).
Cell membrane.
Protein temporarily associated with the plasma membrane.
Protein uses secondary active transport.
Protein has two hydrophilic parts and one hydrophobic part.
Proteins are Integral membrane proteins.
Proteins are not steroids.

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Which of the following statements is false? Proteins in the plasma membrane can:a. transport proteins.b. synthesize polypeptides.c. recognize self versus foreign molecules.d. allow adhesion between the same tissue cells or cells of different tissues.e. combine with lipids or sugars to form complex macromolecules

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Which statement about membrane proteins is not true?a. They all extend from one side of the membrane to the other.b. Some serve as channels for ions to cross the membrane.c. Many are free to migrate laterally within the membrane.d. Their position in the membrane is determined by their structure.e. Some have both hydrophobic and hydrophilic regions.

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Which of the following statements regarding membrane protein function is false?Membrane proteins serve a5 enzymes Membrane proteins act as receptors to molecules Iike hormones; Membrane proteins form junctions between cells. Membrane proteins produce phospholipids.

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Which of the following is TRUE for a carrier protein in a plasma membrane?A. It only has hydrophilic amino acids.B. The three-dimensional structure of the protein is static and never changes.C. It can be used for both active and passive transport.D. It will bind to any molecule in the cell smaller than a certain size.

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I go not to answer this question as talk about the cell membrane. It says what is true of the proteins illustrated on in the diagram below select all these statements. That are true. So in this case you have a picture. That is something like this here. You have your livin, and here you have a structure, a that is likely to be a poor thing. That is, that is integral, because in this case this protein is or or involved. It is involving all the thickness of the set of the cell membrane, okay and then you have more phospholipid like this, and you have the parting here. That is likely to be to be a very fair partin because it is not involving all of the thickness of us of the cell membrane. And finally, you have here a potent channel here. So this is your picture that you have, and it says, option a first parting, a similarly associated with plato, membrane and option. A is forced because the integral protein is permanently is permanently associate associated. With the blucomembrane option b says, protein b uses secondary active transport and in this case this protein initiating sours of false, and then you have a statement c that says: protin b has 2 hydrophilic parts and 1 hydrophobic part, and this is false because you remember that Your cell membrane surrounds the extra cellar in the inter cellary spaces, and both compartments have water. So in this case the faces of the that are facing outside and inside are hydrophilic. In this case, this protein b has only 1 hydrophilic part that is facing to water and 1…

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