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Intro Bio I (BIO 311c), Fall 2009, Dr. Bushart For Midterm #3 (Lectures 18-24) Topic list Fructose and HFCS Prokaryotic cells o Main structures Eukaryotic cells o Comparison to prokaryotic o Main structures o Plant vs. animal cells Organelle topics o Lysosomes and endocytosis, phagocytosis, and autophagy o Structure-function Organelle appearance Cells and their organelles o Nucleus Pores and transport o Endomembrane system and transport Rough ER and ribosomes Golgi and vesicles o Cytoskeleton Filament types Motor proteins Cillia/flagella Microscopy types and centrifugation Cell interactions o Cell walls General structure Turgor pressure o Extracellular matric (ECM) General structure Specific components o Attachments Middle lamella
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Unformatted text preview: Tight junctions Desmosomes Cadherins o Communication Direct • Plasmodesmata • Gap junctions Receptors and perception Indirect • Internal receptors • External receptors o Signal transduction o G proteins o Enzyme-linked receptors • Pathways o Second messengers and amplification o Phosphorylation cascades o Kinases and phosphatases o Reversibility • Chemical energy and metabolism o ATP and hydrolysis o Energetic coupling With ATP o Redox reactions Oxidation Reduction o Respiration overview Redox Electron carriers General ATP production • Substrate-level phosphorylation • Oxidative phosphorylation...
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