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1 Unit 2 Study Guide Bio 1010 Section 1 Professor Friedrichsen Fall 2007 1. Cystic Fibrosis: a. Cause? How is CF related to our discussion of cell membranes? *salt cant go through the proteins which makes the water layer small and the mucus layer thick and bacteria begins to grow in the mucus, it makes it hard for enzymes and oxygen to flow through mucus. b. Treatment? *tapping of the chest (physical therapy) and antibiotics and shots c. How does CF affect the individual on each of these levels: cell, tissue, organ, organism? *cell: salt cant diffuse through the phosolipid bilayer and causes problems *tissue: mucus grows on the cell and grows bacteria *organ: difficult to get nutrients and enzymes *organism: smaller people, less phycially active, need physical therapy TEXT Chapter 6.1, 6.2, 6.4 Energy 1. ATP: a. What’s its structure? Sugar, ribose, phosphate group b. What’s its function in the body? Create energy c. What’s the difference between AMP, ADP & ATP? 2. Why do lipids have more stored energy than glucose? fats 3. Be able to rank the following from the longest term energy storage to the shortest? ATP, disaccharides, fossil fuels, monosaccharides, lipids, polysaccharides Fossil fuels, lipids, poly, di, mono, atp TEXT Chapter 8.1 - 8.5 Photosynthesis 1. Explain why photosynthesis is a critical process on Earth. *energy and carbon for all living things is harvested through phtosynthesis 2. Identify the reactants and products of photosynthesis. *reacticant= co2 + h2o
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