worksheet+2 - What are their functions? Where are they...

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If this is not your class, what day/time are you registered? Notetaker Group members What kind of transport is this (two names). What are these structures (2 names)? What is the difference between them? What proteins are they made of? What motor proteins work with them to create movement? What is the arrangement called? What are these structures? Are they found in plants or animals or both? What do they do? If a vesicle is being transported a long distance, on what type of cytoskeleton track does it move? What motor protein(s) move it? If it is going a short distance? What do they mean by polarity? In an intestinal cell, what goes out? Comes in? In a plant cell what goes out? Comes in ?
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What is the type of movement occurring in each of these figures? What type of cytoskeleton is common to both. How do they generate movement? Where are these structures found? What type of cytoskeleton is this? What is (are) the motor protein(s). What process occurs? Label these organelles, including the compartments of each.
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Unformatted text preview: What are their functions? Where are they found? How big are they? What is the third kind of cytoskeleton? Name one important place where it is found? What is its function? Label all of the organelles of the cells. How many membranes does each organelle have? What is the function of each organelle? What macromolecules get synthesized in the particular compartments? Note any differences in organelles between plant and animal cells. What is the term for this system below? Which organelles are not part of this system? Label each part of the figure and describe what happens there. How does transport occur? What do lysosomes and peroxisomes do? What are some differences between them? What do lysosomes contain? What is their pH? What do peroxisomes produce? Name the different types of receptors shown below Briefly describe the key points of how they work. What is the general name for each kind of signaling shown here?...
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