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Unformatted text preview: STUDY DIRECTIONS…. STUDY DIRECTIONS…. AP 1 test one DR Jones Topics Topics Anatomy and Physiology Levels of tissue body cell organization Homeostasis Negative feedback Body cavities Body directions Body areas Body Planes Body systems and their component organs Topics Chemistry Topics Chemistry Inorganic vs Organic Polar nonpolar covalent bonds Ionic bonds Hydrogen bonding Acids bases pH Buffer Salt Carbohydrates simple and complex saccharides Fcn of carbohydrates Lipids glycerol and fatty acids and their functions Define lipids, neutral fats, mono di and triglycerides phospholipids Saturated and unsaturated fats Topics Biochemistry Topics Biochemistry Amino acids and proteins and how they are made 1,2,3,4 structure Dipeptide ­­­ protein Structure and enzyme function Nucleotide dna vs. rna ATP Anabolism catabolism hydrolysis synthesis Cells Cells Describe and give primary function of every cellular organelle Cell membrane structure and function Cellular junctions Diffusion ,osmosis ,active passive transport endo exo and trans cytosis Concentration gradients Hyper, hypo, Iso tonic Red cell in each soln DNA RNA translation on ribosome polypeptide chain Protein Enzymes Golgi packaging RNA­DNA More cells More cells Mitosis Structure and Fcn of enzymes Tissues Tissues Epithelial tissues and characteristics of epithelial tissues All types and fcns Connective tissue types CT what matrix arrangement location and function Muscle tissue and types (3) and differences and similarities Nervous tissue general arrangement Exocrine and endocrine holocrine Skin structure Page one Page one Molecular formulas Characteristics of Categories of tissues, Epithelial cells in general Characteristics of types of tissues and distinguishing features Covalent, Ionic and Hydrogen bonds connective etc…. Be able to draw or identify each one of the types of tissues DNA structure Areas and Regions and names of parts of the body Page two Page two Types of glands and what distinguishes them Phagocytosis, endocytosis, exocytosis Which system of the body has which type of structures……… Diffusion; active passive facilitated membranes etc…. Cavities in the body and their names Major intracellular and extracellular ions…. Directions in the body: cephalad, caudal proximal distal etc……. Polar and nonpolar arrangements of the cell membrane Characteristics of the Page three Page three What happens in different types of muscle Concept of what a poly saccharide , a triglygeride ATP,and a functional protein look like What is the function of the various organelles Phases of Mitosis each phase Types of glands, merocrine, apocrine etc… What makes things react chemically faster/slower Catalysts/Enzymes: what do they do?? Page four Page four RNA and its types and what it does and how it works Types of connective tissue and their functions BRING A PENCIL…………… ANY QUESTIONS? ANY QUESTIONS? ...
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