Jeopardy Review I (Answers)

Jeopardy Review I (Answers) - BIO 161 Jeopardy Questions...

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BIO 161 1/29/08 Jeopardy Questions: Cells 100 This is the fluid filled space between the thylakoid sacs and inner membrane of a chloroplast. Stroma 200 These are 3 components of a cellular membrane. Phospholipids, membrane proteins, and carbohydrates (on the external surface) 300 This is the function of the peroxisome. Break down lipids for energy and dangerous hydrogen peroxide 400 These are the 2 models for transport in the Golgi apparatus. Vesicle transport hypothesis and Cisternal maturation hypothesis. 500 These are two functions of microfilaments Maintain cell shape by resisting tension, motility via muscle concentration or cell crawling, cell division in animals, movement of organelles and cytoplasm 600 This motor protein hydrolyzes ATP in order to attach to a microtubule resulting in intracellular movement. Myosin Movement 100 Active transport moves solutes in one direction regardless of this. Concentration gradient 200 This is the part of the Golgi apparatus which receives vesicles from the rough ER Cis face 300 This is the difference between primary and secondary active transport. Primary is powered by ATP while secondary couples the energy from the
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course BIO 161 taught by Professor Black during the Spring '08 term at Cal Poly.

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Jeopardy Review I (Answers) - BIO 161 Jeopardy Questions...

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