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Study Guide – Test 2 The 2 nd test will be on Th, March, 20 th . Here are a few hints that will help your studying: At least four (total) of the multiple choice will be from the questions in the book or the on-line self-quizzes. Know the structure and functions of pyruvate, citrate, and glyceradehyde-3-phosphate. The short answer questions will be from the worksheets. Some of the fill-in-the-blank will be from the subheading in the chapter. Here is an example from chapter 5: Macromolecules and particles enter the cell by ______________. Answers and questions from the help session: Chapter 5: Cellular Membranes 10. Isolation, regulation, communication, and identification. 20. This are tucked inside the bilayer. 30. These trigger cellular responses when specific molecules are attached. 40. A cell placed in this type of solution may burst. 50. These allow for cell to cell communications. 60. This process facilitates movement against a concentration gradient. What are the functions of the Cell membrane? What are hydrophobic tails? What are receptors? What is hypotonic? What are gap junctions? What is active transport? 20. These molecules function predominately in cell identification. 40.
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This note was uploaded on 04/04/2008 for the course BIO 111 taught by Professor Reiss during the Spring '08 term at NMT.

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