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Lab+Exercises+10 - Know which parts of the cell are...

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Lab Exercises 10 Concepts and Exercises At completion of lab, students should Explain the function and structure of cellular membranes Predict the effect of common organic solvents and extreme temperature on membrane integrity Relate the results of experiments with beet membranes to the general structures and function of membrane Know the pigments inside beets and its location Know the characteristics of cell membrane Know structure and backbone of phospholipids Know that the “fluid mosaic” membrane contains proteins and know its characteristics
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Unformatted text preview: Know which parts of the cell are surrounded by cell membrane and cell wall. Be able to define these terms : Amphiphatic Betacyanin Hydrophilic Hydrophobic Phospholipid bilayer Tonoplast Fluid mosaic model Organic solvent Polar Non-polar Be able to answer the following questions: What are the effects of the membrane in hot and cold temperatures? What color does the water change when there is leakage across the membrane? What was the purpose of rinsing the beet prior to the experiment? Please read over Lab 9 for next week...
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