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Unformatted text preview: TA: Angela Wang Section: Friday@ 1pm [PCYNH 120] [email protected] OH: Monday@ 1pm [Muir 5105] Handout  Introduction -What are the 3 domains? Draw the phylogenetic tree. -How are the prokaryotes different from the eukaryotes? -How is the archaea similar to the bacteria? To the eukarya? Cell Structures CELL MEMBRANE Structure-generally made out of phospholipids [What is the general structure of phospholipids?]-archaea membranes have special adaptations -glycerol linked by ether rather than ester-unique lipids such as isoprene-monolayer with glycerols at both ends -contains ~70% membrane proteins [What are integral proteins? Peripheral proteins?] Function -anchors proteins-Energy-proton motif force -serves as a barrier [What can pass through the membrane and what can’t?] CELL WALL Structure-made out of peptidoglycan-consists of repeating units of NAM and NAG-bacterial peptidoglycan is call murein-How is the cell wall made? -How is the cell wall made?...
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This note was uploaded on 04/23/2008 for the course BIMM 120 taught by Professor Larsen during the Winter '08 term at UCSD.
- Winter '08