311C F09 Exam 2 Review Checklist

311C F09 Exam 2 Review Checklist - Bio311C Exam 2 Review...

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Bio311C Exam 2: Review Checklist Wednesday, October 21 Chapter 6: pages 94, 98-122 (7 th edition: pages 92-121) Cell theory Common features of all cells Plasma membrane Cytosol and cytoplasm DNA Ribosomes Energy and nutrient acquisition (see below: chapter 27) Cell size: upper and lower limits Prokaryotic cell (see below: chapter 27) Eukaryotic cell Membrane-bound organelles Information-processing organelles/structures Nucleus: nuclear envelope, nuclear pores, nuclear lamina, nucleolus, chromatin, chromosomes Ribosomes: structure, function, free, bound Endomembrane system: structures, functions Smooth endoplasmic reticulum: structure & functions Rough endoplasmic reticulum: structure & functions Golgi apparatus: structure & functions Lysosomes: structure & functions Vacuoles: contractile vacuole, central vacuole: structure & functions Energy-transforming organelles Mitochondria: structure & functions, membranes, compartments, DNA, ribosomes Chloroplast: structure & functions, membranes, compartments, DNA, ribosomes Peroxisomes Cytoskeleton Microtubules: structure & function, dynein, kinesin, cilia & flagella, MTOC (centrosome) Microfilaments: structure & function, myosin Intermediate filaments: structure & functions Plant cell wall: structure & functions, 1 o cell wall, 2 o
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