Review_Session-_Exam_2-2

Review_Session-_Exam_2-2 - What is the net movement of...

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October 11, 2008 Saturday’s Review Session for Exam 2 You have a “U” tube where the left side is A and the right side is B with a permeable membrane separating the two sides of the tube. 1. “U” tube’s membrane is permeable to water and urea A. 2 M Glucose B. 1M Glucose 3M Sucrose 5M Sucrose 1M Urea 3M Urea What is side A tonicity relative to side B? What is the net movement of water? 2. “U” tube’s membrane is permeable to only water and NaCl dissociates A. 1M Glucose B. 3M Glucose 2M NaCl 1M NaCl What is the net movement of water? 3. “U” tube’s membrane is permeable to water and NaCl dissociates A. 1M Glucose B. 3M Glucose 2M NaCl 1M NaCl What is the net movement of water?
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Unformatted text preview: What is the net movement of water if NaCl does not dissociate? 4. U tubes membrane is permeable to glucose and sucrose A. 3M Glucose B. 1M Glucose 2M Sucrose 8M Sucrose 3M Urea 1M Urea What is the net movement of water? 5. If you have dialysis bag A in a 0.3M solution in a container and dialysis bag B in a 0.3M solution in another container and A increases by 10% and B decreases by 10%. What is the net movement of water in dialysis bag A and B? 6. How many ATPs do you have if you have 1 molecule of pyruvic acid mitochondria with 4 hydrogen pumps (additional pump is at the end)?...
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