Past Exam for BSCI 230 - Cell Biology and Physiology with Compton at Maryland (UMD)

Exam Information

Material Type:Exam 2
Class:BSCI 230 - Cell Biology and Physiology
Subject:Biological Sciences Program
University:University of Maryland
Term: 2000
  • Node of Ranvier
  • Na+ Channels
  • Sufficient Energy
  • Concentration
  • Observation
  • Hydrophilic
  • Concentrated
  • Behind (of)
  • Cellular Level
  • Protein Conformation
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Compton, BSCI 230 Exam 2; 6/26/00 Print Your Name _______________ _ Y our Laboratory Section Time: _________ _ Directi ons: l. Print your name on every page of this exam NOW. 2. Use a PEN to complete this exam or you will not be eligible for a regrade. 3. Check to see that you have 7 pages. If you don't, raise your hancl. 4. You must confine your answers to the spaces provided. 5. Read the questions carefully! - Be as specific and as concise as you can with your answers. 6. You must hand in your exam by 12:50 PM. Good Luck. Scoring: ): our Pts. Possible Pts. Page 2 / 16 Page 3 / 19 Page 4 / 25 Page 5 / 18 Page 6 / 14 Page 7 / 8 TOTAL / 100 Place the letter that identifies the single best answer to the question blow in the blank. (2 pts/ question) ___ At rest, all of the following are closed EXCEPT: A) Voltage-gated Na+ ::hannels B) Voltage-gated K+ channels C) Delayed K+ channels D) Non-voltage-gated K+ channels ____ During an action potential, which of the...

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