108 年 - 108 台灣聯合大學學士班轉學考：普通生物#99849-阿摩線上測驗
108 年 - 108 台灣聯合大學學士班轉學考：普通生物#99849
7. In the equation, , ATP and heat would be on which side of the
(A) The products because this is an exergonic reaction.
(B) The reactants because this is an endergonic reaction.
(C) It could appear on either side because this reaction is in equilibrium.
(D) The reactants because this is an exergonic reaction.
(E) The products because this is an endergonic reaction.
20. Type 1 fucosidosis is a rare buman disease. Patients cannot hydrolyze the disaccharide fucose, and as a result have severe neurological decline and die by age 6. The disease is due to a defect in the gene that encodes the lysosomal enzyme that breaks down fucose (α-1-fucosidase), and is inherited in an autosomal recessive manner. Jane and John have a child who has Type 1 fucosidosis. What is the probability that their next two children will all NOT have the disease?
(A) None (all of their children will have the disease)
27. The action potential does not move backward from the terminal to hillock because
(A) close of the inactivation gate of channels
(B) delayed open of the channels
(C) close of the inactivation gate of channels
(D) increase of the threshold to induce action potential
(E) open of the voltage-gated channels
28. It is correct to say that neural transmission across mammalian synaptic clefts is the result of
(A) neural impulses involving the flow of and across the cleft.
(B) neural impulses traveling across the gap as electrical currents.
(C) neural impulses causing the release of chemicals that diffuse across the cleft.
(D) neural impulses traveling across the cleft in both directions.
(E) the calcium within the axons and dendrites of nerves adjacent to a synapse acting as the neurotransmitter.