Finallearningoutcomes

Finallearningoutcomes - Lecture 20 1. In the synthesis of...

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Lecture 20 1. In the synthesis of phospholipids by the ER, what is the value of “flippases”. What would membranes look like if they were not present? 2. List three posttranslational modifications seen within the ER. 3. Explain why proteins made by the ER are more likely to contain disulfides than those made on free ribosomes. 4. What is the unfolded protein response? Why might a cell need it? What does it accomplish? 5. List three types of systems involved in vesicle formation. What is the stimulus for formation of such vesicles? 6. What are the main functions of the Golgi apparatus? 7. List three targets for proteins made by the RER.
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8. What would be the effect on lysosome enzyme function of blocking the lysosomal proton pump? Lecture 21 1. Describe the structure of the Golgi apparatus. Indicate what activities take place in the different regions of the Golgi. 2. Lysosomes are a product of the endomembrane system. Be able to trace the process of synthesis of a lysosomal protein from the beginning of synthesis of its N terminal amino acids until it is packaged in the Golgi. This should include what signals get it to its major sit of synthesis and what signals get it to be packaged into the lysosome. 3.
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