Fall 2011 Exam I Learning Objectives

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Stanford and Kabnick Fall 2011 Exam I Learning Objectives Discover the best ways for you to engage and learn course materials Know: Unique features of prokaryotic cells What Archaea are that both plants and animals are made up of eukaryotic cells, though these cells differ in various ways (what are these differences?) the different organelles and their basic functions what the different cytoskeletal polymers are the different types of cell junctions Understand: the principles of microscopy (magnification, resolution), and basic microscopy techniques the difference between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells the endomembrane system: what are the components, what is the purpose of this system, how are materials transported through it? the basic differences between the different cytoskeletal fibers, and their general roles in the cell what a motor protein is The basic functions of cell junctions what ECM is, and why it is important
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This note was uploaded on 02/05/2012 for the course BIO 102 taught by Professor Avery during the Spring '11 term at FGCU.

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