Properties%20of%20Biological%20Membranes

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Properties of Biological Membranes
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Agenda 1. Quiz (15-20 minutes) 2. Review Exercise 3 Part I – Diffusion Part II A – Osmosis Part II B – Application 3. Recitation
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By the end of this lab, you should know: the relationship between molecular weight and rate of diffusion. different types of membrane transport: passive transport (diffusion, facilitated diffusion, osmosis), and active transport.
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What you have to do today Table 3.4 (p. 60) Questions 1, 2, 3 (p. 62) B. Application: How do kidneys work? For your “Model Cell” Experimental design (on a separate sheet of paper) Table 3.5 (p. 62)
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Experimental Design Describe your question (what are you going to test?) State your hypothesis Describe methods used Explain results State your conclusions
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Review Material 1. Where is the genetic information of the cell stored? 2. What carries instructions for making proteins from the nucleus into the cytoplasm? 3.
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