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Unformatted text preview: s of disequilibrium? equilibrium 2. Define and describe resting membrane potential. How is it maintained, Define resting How and why is it important for cell function? and 3. Describe and diagram how sodium and potassium permeabilities are Describe permeabilities are altered to establish resting membrane potentials, and to cause depolarizations. depolarizations 4. Ch. 8: Outline or diagram the general organization of the nervous sys ttem em into its central and peripheral pathways and subpathways. IInclude central and subpathways nclude inputs, outputs, and target organs. inputs, 5. Diagram and compare the cell structures of sensory/ afferent neurons, Diagram CNS interneurons, and efferent neurons. interneurons 1 2/2/2010 C. Secondary Active Transport: Uses Kinetic Energy of [ion] Uses • Cotransports
–Symport • [Ion] restored
–using ATP using Figure 5-15: Sodium-glucose symporter glucose symporter Energy Transfer: Review
• Cell metabolism Cell (Ch. 4) (Ch. • Membrane Membrane transport (Ch. 5) (Ch. • ** COUPLING
– Exergonic processes release processes energy energy – Released energy Released absorbed by Endergonic Endergonic processes
• Proceed!! Figure 5-19: Energy transfer in living cells 2 2/2/2010 D. Vesicles in Membrane Transport D.
• Bulk Transport Bulk Moves: Moves:
– particles particles – Large Large molecules molecules • Phagosome:
– Fusion with Fusion lys...
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