Cell Structure and Function
A. Prokaryotes vs. Eukaryotes.
Please fill in the table below.
Organelle or part of cell
Genome is contained where?
Where are glycolytic enzymes?
(convert sugar to pyruvate, make ATP, no
need for O2)
Where are the oxida
BIO 011 Spring 2015
Chapter 2 Workshop Problems
1. Use Figures 2.2 and 2.5 from your textbook to fill in the table below.
Typically participates in
which type of bond ionic or
A. Choose a letter or letters that represents the correct cell(s) for each statement.
_A_1. Nuclear membranes are just beginning to re-form here.
_C_2. This cell is either G1 or S or G2.
_E F_3. There is a kinetochore at each side of the cent
MAKING SENSE OF MACROMOLECULES
It is important to be familiar enough with the four categories of macromolecules that you can
recognize them when you see them and to understand how the structure of these molecules relates
to their function. You shoul
Bio 11 Lab 2
Post Lab Analysis
1. Methods: A tube was obtained of 2 ul of protein gel sample buffer. 5 ul of homogenate
was transferred into the sample buffer. The tube was labeled before being heated at a
specified temperature in a water bath for 10 mins