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Unformatted text preview: 1 Self-Quiz 1. What eukaryotic structures do prokaryotes lack? 2. Where are proteins produced? Modified? 3. What is the endosymbiotic theory? 4. What is the function of mitochondria? 5. How do amoeboid cells move? 6. What kind of solution causes a red blood cell to swell & burst? Overview: Cells • Ch. 5: Membrane Structure & Function – Plasma membrane structure – Passive transport – Active transport – Cell surface modifications Plasma Membrane • Structure – Phospholipid bilayer – Proteins – Cholesterol • Fluid-mosaic model • Carbohydrate chains – Glycoproteins – Glycolipids – Glycocalyx in animal cells •Adhesion •Reception of signals •Recognition Assignment 1 • Topic: Identify each structures a - j. Plasma Membrane Proteins • Channel proteins • Carrier proteins • Cell recognition proteins • Receptor proteins • Enzymatic proteins • Junction proteins Assignment 2 • Think, Pair, Share • Topic: What kind of surface proteins are necessary for the following?...
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