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Joseph Leonard –12/3/07 – p72,73,74 questions and indexed 1. 72 – 1 What is the cell membrane? 2. 72 – 1 What are most organelles surrounded by? 3. 72 – 1 What is the nucleus? 4. 72 – 1 What functions does the nucleus perform? 5. 72 – 1 What are eukaryotes? 6. 72 – 2 Do the organelles in a bacterium have a membrane around them? 7. 72 – 2 Where is the genetic information of a bacterium kept? 8. 72 – 2 What are prokaryotes? 9. 72 – 2 What is the difference between prokaryotes and eukaryotes? 10. 72 – 2 Why are prokaryotes separated in two kingdoms separate from eukarotes? 11. 73 – 1 What determines the function of a eukaryotic cell? 12. 73 – 1 What three main components do eukaryotes generally have? 13. 73 – 2 What must all cells do? 14. 73 – 2 What two things must pass through the cell membrane? 15. 73 – 2 What does selectively permeable mean? 16. 73 – 3 What does the structure of the cells membrane depend on?
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Unformatted text preview: 17. 73 3 What are all cell membranes primarily composed off? 18. 73 4 What is one of the main types of lipids in the cell membrane? 19. 73 4 What does each phospholipid molecule have? 20. 73 4 Where will the head of a phospholipid tend to orient itself? 21. 73 4 Where will the tail of a phospholipid tend to orient itself? 22. 73 5 What type of environment are cells bathed in? 23. 73 5 What are both sides of a cell membrane surrounded by? 24. 73 5 What causes the formation of a lipid bilayer? 25. 74 1 What is the configuration of a lipid bilayer? 26. 74 2 What other type of lipid do eukaryotic cell membranes contain? 27. 74 3 What are peripheral bonds? 28. 74 3 What are integral proteins? 29. 74 4 What do external carbohydrates help the cell? 30. 74 5 How do membrane proteins transport molecules through the lipid bilayer?...
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This note was uploaded on 12/09/2009 for the course CHEM 204 taught by Professor Donnegan during the Spring '08 term at Alabama.

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