LS2 Review Sesh

LS2 Review Sesh - SKINS, MUSCLES Tight- strengthens,...

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LS2 Review Sesh 23:00 50 multiple choice 6 short answers Macromolecules Poly Carb Proteins Lipids Nucleic Acids Monosaccharaides Amino acids Fatty acids(glycerol sources of energy) Nucleotides Functions Bonds - all covalent. Each type is different Protein- peptide  Lipids- ester linkages DNA- phospodiester bond Carb- Glycosidic linkages. ESSENTIAL AMINO ACIDS- threonine, tryptophan, lysine, methionine, leucine,  isoleucine, valine, phenylaline Proteins- Membrane transport, communication, junctions, enzymes Where is it found, what is its function? Membrane transport Simple Channels, membrane, osmosis Mediated
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Facilitated, active (primary vs secondary) Communication G Proteins Receptor- activates G protein, which changes GDP to GTP, which activates alpha  subunit, which translocates and activates adenelyl cyclase, which converts ATP to  cAMP, which activates Protein Kinase A, which phosphorylates other proteins. Junctions- Desmosomes-strengthens 
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Unformatted text preview: SKINS, MUSCLES Tight- strengthens, prevent leaking of materials SMALL INTESTINE, KIDNEY- PREVENT PARACELLULAR PATHWAYS Gap- communication NEURONS Enzymes- lower activation energy Activation Inhibition Glucose to Pyruvate If there is O2 then Acetyl coA, C.A.C., E.T.C No O2 then Lactate fermentation- Reoxidize NAD+ Photosythesis Light dependent produces NADPH and ATP which sugar is formed in the CBC Calvin Benson Cycle Rubisco Cells Organelles Immune System Prevention Physical Chemical Nonspecific Barriers- Physical (skin and membranes) Chemical What are the steps? Vasodilation, chemotaxis, pathogen attack, tissue repair Specific Helper T Cells- release chemicals to get B Cells, Macrophages release chemicals to recruit Helper T Cells, B Cells- release antibodies Cell Division Mitosis- all except neurons. G1, S, G2, P, M, A, T Meiosis 23:00 23:00...
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