BIOL 215 Final Exam Review - Chapters 8-11

BIOL 215 Final Exam Review - Chapters 8-11 - Kaiser Imam...

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Kaiser Imam December 14, 2007 BIOL 215 Final Exam Review Chapters 8-11 Chapter 8: Membrane Transport 1. List some factors affecting the rate of diffusion of molecules across lipid bilayers: 1) 2) 3) 2. What is the difference between diffusion and osmosis? 3. What is the difference between a carrier protein and a channel protein? 4. Describe each of the following types of carrier proteins: a) Uniporter b) Symporter c) Antiporter 5. What is the difference between direct and indirect active transport? 1
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6. Describe the following types of ATPases involved in active transport: a) P-Type ATPases: b) F-Type ATPases: c) ABC-type ATPases: 7. Explain the mechanism of the Na + /K + pump. 8. Explain the mechanism of the Na + /Glucose symporter. 9. How is the activity of membrane transport proteins similar to the function of enzymes? Chapter 9: Glycolysis and Fermentation 10. In cells the energy derived from breaking down molecules in __________________ reactions can be used to drive ____________________ pathways. 11. A molecule of ATP is made up of three sections: _____________________________, ____________________________, and _________________________________. 2
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12. Hydrolysis of ATP to _________ and a molecule of ______________________ is exergonic because of ___________________ between adjacent ____________ charged ____________ groups and because of __________________________ of both products of the hydrolysis. 13. Oxidation involves the ______________ of electrons while reduction is the ____________ of electrons. Biological oxidations and reductions involve the transfer of electrons as well as _______________________, which combine to form __________________ atoms. 14. In aerobic respiration electrons are ultimately accepted by ___________________ in the
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This note was uploaded on 09/29/2009 for the course BIO 215 taught by Professor Diiulio during the Spring '09 term at Case Western.

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BIOL 215 Final Exam Review - Chapters 8-11 - Kaiser Imam...

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