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Sheet1 Page 1 Biology 1020 Exam 3 Study Guide (Bowling) Textbook Chapters 6, 7, 9, and 10 The test is worth 100 points As always, being able to understand and use the bold terms is a good starting point Chapter 6: A Tour of the Cell (14-24 questions total) Group 1: (3-5 questions) Cell Theory “ know the statements of cell theory (A, B, C on outline) Surface-to-Volume Limitation 4 know why surface area is needed and how the ratio limits cell size Studying Cells ° know importance of resolution in microscopy, the reason for resolution limits (wavelength of light or electrons Eukaryotic vs. Prokaryotic ¶ differences between these cell types (internal membranes or not (3-5 questions from each of groups 2, 3, and 4) Group 2: Nucleus, Ribosomes Group 3: Endomembrane System (ER, Golgi, vesicles, lysosomes, vacuoles, microbodies) Group 4: Energy Organelles and Endosymbiont Theory Be able to recognize these organelles from diagrams or descriptions (structure) Group 5: (2-4 questions) Cytoskeleton 4 know roles of cytoskeleton Outside the Cell ¢ know what types of materials are associated with the outsides of cells from different organisms (plants I ce Chapter 7: Membranes (8-11 questions total) Group 1: (2-3 questions) Roles of Biological Membranes ° know them (separation, selective passage, surface for chemical events) Lipid Bilayer and Fluid Mosaic Model ° reasons for spontaneous bilayer (amphipathic, roughly cylindrical phospholipids) Group 2: (3-4 questions) Transport Across Membranes ± what is diffusion (and that it is net movement), what diffuses easily and what doesn° t Group 3: (3-4 questions) Endocytosis and Exocytosis ¶ functions of both for getting large particles into or out of the cell Signal Transduction “ process of information transfer across plasma membrane Cell Contacts ° types and roles of cell contacts Chapter 9: How Do Cells Harvest Energy? (10-15 questions total) Group 1: (8-12 questions) ß NOTE LARGER NUMBER OF QUESTIONS in this group Aerobic Respiration “ know the overall reaction NOTE: make yourself a chart like the one below and be able to fill in the blanks from memory ° this was filled out in class.
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