p101,102,103 questions and indexed

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Joseph Leonard – 12/19/07 - p101,102,103 questions and indexed 1. 101 – 1 What is active transport? 2. 101 – 1 What is required in active transport? 3. 101 – 2 Do carrier proteins assist in active transport as well? 4. 101 – 2 What are carrier proteins in active transport called? 5. 101 – 2 How are carrier proteins in active transport and facilitated diffusion similar? 6. 101 – 2 What happens to the protein once it is bound to the molecule? 7. 101 – 3 What is sodium-potassium pump? 8. 101 – 3 What must many animal cells have to function normally? 9. 101 – 4 What does the sodium-potassium pump do first? 10. 101 – 4 What bonds to the carrier protein? 11. 101 – 4 Where does the protein carry the three Na+ ions? 12. 101 – 5 What happens when H+ ions bind 13. 102 – 1 What happens in a complete cycle of the sodium-potassium pump. 14. 102 – 1 What is taken into the cell?
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Unformatted text preview: 15. 102 1 What is removed? 16. 102 1 How much can the sodium-potassium pump transport at top speed? 17. 102 2 What does the exchange of two K+ ions for three Na+ ions create? 18. 102 2 Which side of the membrane becomes positively charged? 19. 102 2 Which side of the membrane becomes negatively charged? 20. 102 2 Where is this difference in charge important? 21. 102 2 How do other pumps work? 22. 103 1 What other two transport mechanisms do cells employ? 23. 103 1 What are these two used to transport? 24. 103 1 What do both require cells to do? 25. 103 2 What is endocytosis? 26. 103 2 What happens to external materials? 27. 103 2 What is a vesicle? 28. 103 3 What are the two types of endocytosis? 29. 103 3 What is pinocytosis? 30. 103 3 What is phagocytosis?...
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