Cellular Transport The lipid bilayer acts as a barrier to what kind of molecule

Cellular transport the lipid bilayer acts as a

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      Cellular Transport-  The lipid bilayer acts as a barrier to what kind of molecule? -  So how does that particular molecule enter a cell? -  How do nonpolar molecules move into the cell? -  What moves glucose and amino acids across the membrane? -  How do ions and water move across the membrane?   How do macromolecules move across the membrane?       Intercellular Communication-  Why is cellular communication so important? -  What are target cells and receptors and how does the chemical messenger interact with them? -   What is the role of ADH and how does it function?
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 -  Protein Synthesis, 2.5Gene- part of dnaGenome- collection of genes in a species- What are the general steps in protein synthesis?   page 42       The Role of the Genetic Code-  Which strand of the double stranded DNA codes for a particular protein? -  What is a codon?
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