Chapter 4 Study Guide

Chapter 4 Study Guide - Chapter 4 Lecture 5 1 Define a"cell...

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Chapter 4 Lecture 5 1. Define a " cell ". 2. What do all eukaryotic cells contain ? 3. Explain why cell structure is important to function . What happens to an egg after it is fertilized to create the different types of cells? 4. How many cells does the human body have? 5. What is a gene ? Why are genes important for cells? How many specialized cell types are there? 6. What macromolecules are found in cells? 7. List the three broad varieties of cells and give examples of each. 8. Explain how cell size is important to cell function. 9. What is the outer boundry of a cell called? What does it control? 10. Internally , what components or parts is the cell divided into? What is found in each compartment? 11. Be sure to read full text for this chapter as some of the paragraphs will be on the exam and you will have to fill in blanks along the way. Lecture 6 1. List the different organelles of a cell and describe their function. 2. Describe in detail the endomembrane system ( paragraph question on the test) (Topic 8 Figure 2-Movie 01) What type of signal sequence directs the ribosome to the ER? 3. Describe the function of
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This note was uploaded on 05/20/2008 for the course BIOLOGY 111 taught by Professor Dr.moon during the Spring '08 term at Harding.

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Chapter 4 Study Guide - Chapter 4 Lecture 5 1 Define a"cell...

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