Cell Phys Final Study Guide - Unit 3 1 Distinguish between...

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Unit 3 1. Distinguish between rough and smooth endoplasmic reticulum. Describe their functions. 2. Describe the ultrastructure of Golgi complex and its role in cell secretion. Include the cis and trans faces of Golgi and their functions. Discuss the role of transition vesicles, and anterograde and retrograde transports. Which proteins are involved in the traffic between secretory vesicles and the target membrane? 3. Differentiate between primary and secondary lysosome. List and describe different functions of lysosome by contrasting autophagy and autolysis. Also discuss factors that contribute to autolysis. Discuss heterophagy and the involvement of lysosome in it. Discuss the relationship of arthritic gout with lysosomal function. Could it be due to deficiency of an enzyme due to mutation? 4. Describe the development of inborn lysosomal storage diseases. Citing the development of Tay Sach's disease, discuss the manifestations of this disease.
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  • Spring '08
  • FARUQ
  • acute myocardial infarction, Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum, Immotile Cilia Syndrome, lysosomal function, inborn lysosomal storage

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