Study_Guide_for_Chapter_5

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Study Guide for Chapter 5 1. Study Chapter Outline 2. Ready Chapter carefully as well as the “Summary of Key Concepts” in Chapter Review at the end of the chapter. Focus on the following: Understand the nature of membranes and the significance of a phospholipid bilayer. Understand how different proteins play a role in helping to facilitate the movement of material across these bilayers (or the cell membrane).
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Unformatted text preview: Be able to distinguish between isotonic, hypertonic, and hypotonic. Be familiar with how cells communicate with each other. 3. Understand the definition of the words on Page 99. . 4. Study the Summary Review section and be able to address all the questions. 5. How does the venom from rattlesnakes and brown recluse spiders work (Fig. 5-21)?...
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