p104,105 10 questions and definitions

p104,105 10 questions and definitions - Joseph Leonard p104...

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Joseph Leonard – p104 10 questions, p105 definitions – 1/4/08 1. 104 – 1 What are phagocytes? 2. 104 – 1 What is the primary function of a phagocyte? 3. 104 – 1 What happens before bacteria and viruses can harm the cell? 4. 104 – 2 What is exocytosis? 5. 104 – 2 What is it essentially for? 6. 104 – 2 What do vesicles do duringexocytosis? 7. 104 – 2 What is one things cells can use exocytosis for? 8. 104 – 2 What are proteins composed of? 9. 104 – 2 What happens when the vesicles move to the cell membrane? 10. 104 – 2 What do cells in the endocrine and nervous system use exocytosis for? 5–1 1. Carrier protein – protein that transports specific substances across a biological membrane 2. Concentration gradient – difference in concentration of a substance across a space 3. Contractile Vacuole – organelle in protests that expels water 4. Cytolysis – bursting of a cell 5. Diffusion – 6. Equilibrium – substances move from an area of higher concentration to lower
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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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