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What is the primary function of integrins?
Select one: linking the primary and secondary cell walls in plants, connecting intermediate filaments to microtubules, involved in vesicular transport, transmitting chemical signals from the Golgi apparatus to the plasma membrane, transmitting signals from the extracellular matrix to the cytoskeleton.

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All of the following are true of integrins except (a) they are receptor proteins (b) they help organize the cytoskeleton (c) they are part of the $\mathrm{ECM}$ (d) they are important in cell signaling (e) they are located in the plasma membrane.

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All of the following are true of integrins except (a) they are receptor proteins (b) they help organize the cytoskeleton (c) they are part of the $\mathrm{ECM}$ (d) they are important in cell signaling (e) they are located in the plasma membrane

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What role do cadherins and integrins play in cell movement?

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What is the function of the Golgi?Select an answer and submit: For keyboard navigation, use the up/down arrow keys to select an answer:Utilize energy from food to generate ATPMake, fold, & modify proteinsMake lipids & carbohydratesPackage, label, & ship proteins, lipids, & carbs to their final destinationUtilize energy and sunlight to make food.Digest or breakdown unwanted materialsHold the instructions of lifeTransport cell structures/organelles, movement, support for the cellHold substances or objects that have been engulfed by the cellServe as a container or bowl for various items as they are moved around the cell

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‘What are the roles of actin filaments and microtubules during mitosis and cytokinesis in animal and plant cells?’

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