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Lecture_3-07 early - L312/Spring 2007 . Lecture 3 Drummond...

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L312/Spring 2007 Lecture 3 Drummond 1. Drawing assignment 1 due today; assignment 2 will be posted on the website shortly. Analogy assignment 1 will be in class Thursday! 1. Next reading assignment: Chapter 11 (all) for the next two lectures Last reading assignment: Ch. 1 (Ch. 4 pp. 160-166) See also Ch. 13; answer: where does glycolysis and the citric acid cycle occur within cells? Ch. 14; what is the structure of the mitochondria; where is ATP made, and how does the enormous membrane surface area contribute to electron transport and ATP synthesis? 3. Today’s objectives: consider membrane structure, symmetry, flexibility and movement Thursday: transmembrane protein structure and function 1. Key points from last time: Eukaryotic cells are internally membrane rich a. function is separated (quarantined) in membrane enclosed spaces b. The shape and structure of the membranes is related to function c. Microtubules are powerful organizers of intracellular shape and function
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For these features, note: subject, scale and context where do shapes come from? How do materials move?
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(no physical transport)
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This note was uploaded on 07/02/2011 for the course BIO-L 312 taught by Professor Drummond during the Fall '07 term at Indiana.

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Lecture_3-07 early - L312/Spring 2007 . Lecture 3 Drummond...

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