Study Guide-Ch7 - BIO1140 Dr Anriany Lecture Outline/Study...

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BIO1140- Dr. Anriany Lecture Outline/Study Guide CHAPTER 7: Inside the Cells Chapter Vocabulary: There are a lot more vocabularies for this chapter. It is a good idea to compare terms that “sound and look” similar side by side (eg: Nucleus vs nucleolus vs nucleiod). Relate each term to their functions inside the cell! prokaryote, eukaryote chromosome, chromatin, DNA, gene, plasmids nucleoid nucleus, nucleosome, nucleolus ribosomes plasma membrane, cell wall cytoplasm, cytosol nuclear envelope, nuclear lamina, nuclear pores flagella, flagellin rough endoplasmic reticulum (RER), smooth endoplasmic reticulum, lumen Golgi apparatus, cisternae Perixosomes, glyoxysomes, lysosomes exocytosis, endocytosis autophagy, phagocytosis, pinocytosis, receptor-mediated endocytosis endomembrane system vacuoles mitochondria, cristae, mitochondrial matrix chloroplast, thylakoids, grana, stroma differential centrifugation pulse-chase experiment ER signal sequence, signal recognition particle, SRP receptor glycosylation, glycoprotein, glycolipid microfilaments, actin filaments
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