Plasma Membrane and
What You Must Know:
Why membranes are selectively permeable.
The role of phospholipids, proteins, and carbohydrates in
How water will move if a cell is placed in an isotonic, hypertonic, or
You must know:
What water potential is.
How to calculate water
potential of a cell.
How water flows in
relation to water
How does water move?
We know that water moves across a cell membrane due
What you must know
The 3 stages of cell communication: reception, transduction, and
How G-protein-coupled receptors receive signals and start
How a cell signal is amplified by a phosphorylation cascade.
How a cel
AP Bio: Cell Membrane and Cycle Study Guide
The plasma membrane is selectively permeable
Fluid Mosaic Model: The model of the plasma membrane we accept
Small (polar or nonpolar) cross easily
Hydrophobic core prev
AP Bio: Biochemistry Study Guide
Evaporative cooling in humans and plants
Water is a polar molecule
Hydrogen atoms are slightly positive, oxygen atoms are slightly negative
Therefore, H2O has a positive end and a negative end
Hydrogen bonds: A
AP Bio: Intro Study Guide
Intro to Statistics:
Chi- Squared Test: The difference in two same populations due to chance or real
statistical difference influenced by the variable