BIO152 Study Guide(2)

BIO152 Study Guide(2) - BIO152 FALL 2010 Dr. F. Rawle...

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BIO152 FALL 2010 Dr. F. Rawle BIO152 – Midterm – Study Guide This is just a sample of the study tables you should have in your notes. You will likely have more than these in your study notes. (Review from highschool below. Note, you do not need to have the functional groups memorized, but you should understand their role in biology…ie. The type of molecule they are found in) FUNCTIONAL GROUP FORMULA PROPERTIES OF FUNCTIONAL GROUP (eg. acts as a base) TYPE OF MOLECULE THIS GROUP IS FOUND IN Amino Carbonyl (Ketone / Aldehyde) Carboxyl Hydroxyl Methyl Phosphate Sulfate Sulfhydryl
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BIO152 FALL 2010 Dr. F. Rawle Nonpolar amino acids Polar (uncharged) amino acids Polar (charged) amino acids General structure: General structure: General structure: List of aa: List of aa: List of aa: Complete the blanks in the following table to review the structures and functions of organic molecules TYPE OF MOLECULE SPECIFIC EXAMPLE (GIVE A NAME) FUNCTION IN LIVING ORGANISMS Cholesterol Monosaccharide Starch Phospholipid Structural component of plant cell walls Amino acids Storing genetic information
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BIO152 FALL 2010 Dr. F. Rawle Organic Macromolecule Monomer Linkage Structure Functions
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BIO152 FALL 2010 Dr. F. Rawle Summary of Cell Components STRUCTURE FUNCTION MEMBRANE COMPONENTS Nucleus Double (“envelope”); nuclear pores Chromosomes Nucleolus Ribosomes None Rough ER Single; contains receptors for entry of selected proteins Smooth ER Golgi Peroxisomes Lysosomes Vacuoles Mitochondria Chloroplasts Cytoskeleton Plasma Membrane Cell Wall
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BIO152 FALL 2010 Dr. F. Rawle ACTIN FILAMENTS INTERMEDIATE FILAMENTS MICROTUBULES Protein subunits Structure Functions SYSTEM / COMPARTMENT KEY FEATURES (INCLUDING A SPECIFIC MOLECULE OR STRUCTURE) Nucleus Cytosol Endomembrane System Semiautonomous Organelles CONTRIBUTION TO MEMBRANE STRUCTURE Lipids Proteins Carbohydrates
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BIO152 FALL 2010 Dr. F. Rawle (review from highschool) PASSIVE TRANSPORT ACTIVE TRANSPORT DIFFUSION OSMOSIS EXOCYTOSIS ENDOCYTOSIS
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BIO152 FALL 2010 Dr. F. Rawle MITOSIS MEIOSIS SIMILARITIES DIFFERENCES -number of cell divisions -number of chr in daughter cells (compared with parent cell) -synapsis of homologs -number of crossing-over events -makeup of chromosomes in daughter cells -role in life cycle
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BIO152 FALL 2010 Dr. F. Rawle DNA synthesis in Bacteria DNA synthesis in Eukaryotes Similarities Differences
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BIO152 FALL 2010 Dr. F. Rawle Proteins involved in DNA synthesis When / where they are used Function Helicase Single-strand DNA-binding proteins Topoisomerase Primase DNA polymerase III DNA polymerase I Sliding clamp DNA ligase Transcription in Bacteria Transcription in Eukaryotes Similarities Differences
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BIO152 FALL 2010 Dr. F. Rawle Mutation Description Consequence for protein structure and function Disease example Silent Missense Nonsense Frameshift Translation in Bacteria Translation in Eukaryotes Similarities Differences
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BIO152 FALL 2010 Dr. F. Rawle Mutation Description Plant example Animal example Complete dominance Incomplete dominance Codominance Epistasis
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