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Unformatted text preview: Cellular Membrane From Higher To Lower Concentration Prion: Pathogenic Form Of A Protein That Is Abnormally Folded How Do Cells Use The Energy Of Diffusion And Osmosis? Biological Systems Use The Energy Of Diffusion To Transport Gas Molecules And Food Molecules Across Cell Membranes Osmosis Drives The Elongation Of Cells And Organs In Plants How Many Types Of Amino Acids Do Our Cells Use To Make Proteins? 20 How Do "R Groups" (Side Chains) Differ Among The 20 Amino Acid Types? They Can Be Hydrophobic And Hydrophilic - Hydrophilic And Electrically Charged Do R-groups Influence Protein Folding, Shape, And Function? Yes Why Must Our Diet Include The Essential Amino Acids? Reduces Protein Synthesis In The Liver Causes Lower Protein Levels In The Blood > Reduces Osmosis From The Body's Tissues To The Blood > Causes Tissue Fluid Accumulation (Edema) Why Must Casein (Breast Milk Protein) Contain All The Essential Amino Acids? So That The Child Grows Correctly And Does Not End Up Suffering From Edema * What Are Some Functions Of Proteins? Ability To Bind To, And Interact With Other Biological Molecules Movement Recognize Signals Like Hormones How Does The Structure Of Proteins Determine Its Function? > Determines Its Ability To Interact With Other Biological Molecules * List Two Reasons Why Proteins Must Fold Properly: If not folded correctly can cause mad cow disease and neurological disorders Which Proteins Are Required For Some Proteins To Fold Correctly? Chaperone * Which Infectious Diseases And Medical Disorders Are Associated With Abnormal Protein Structure? Sickle Cell Disease, Beta- thalassemia, And Some Neurological Disorders What Is Denaturation? What Factors Cause Protein Denaturation? > Unfolding Of Proteins > Caused By pH, Salt, Temperature, Toxins, And Disease Causing Factors Produced By Pathogens What Happens To The Protein In Eggs And Meat When These...
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