CHM 1045 - GENERAL CHEMISTRY I
Instructor: Dr. Anthony Dribben
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Office: SM 230
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COMMON ELEMENTS AND THEIR SYMBOLS
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Special Topics Part
Cell Communication: A closer look at Extracellular
Read Sections 17.4 pgs 580-590.
There are Two Types of Receptors by Location:
1. Membrane Bound (Extracellular) Receptors
2. Nuclear (Intracellular) Receptors
BSC 2093L Assignment #1: Marcus Hayes
1. What is the peritoneum and what is its function?
2. Why are fontanelles essential to our development?
3. Which sections of the vertebral column are fused? What purpose does this serve?
4. Describe the
1. CRISPR stands for Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats
2. From my understanding viruses are the big enemy of bacteria because the bacteria are not
able to win the fight which leads to the virus taking over. Sending out enz
In Ch. 3 we discussed the Plasma Membrane/ Cell Membrane and its components (parts). I have listed
them below. Answer the bold questions under each part.
1. Phospholipids and Cholesterol
a. What is the structure of the phospholipid bilayer?
BSC2085 Exam 1 Review.
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Exam 2 Review
Ch 25 Material:
Define: Essential Nutrients and Essential vitamins and Antioxidants
Essential Nutrients- must be ingested, cannot be synthesized
Essential vitamins- must be obtained in diet
Know that an example of a lipid soluble vitamin is
Ex 1. Body temperature rises above 37.2C (99F). Thermoreceptors in the skin and the brain sense this
rise in Temperature. Thermoreceptors in the brain and skin will signal the Hypothalamus and will tell the
Hypothalamus about the increase in Temp
Special Topics Part 2
1. List the types of Passive Transport we discuss in the lecture.
Facilitated diffusion by Carrier Mediated Transport
2. List the types of Active Transport we discuss in the lecture.
Ch. 25 Canvas Assignment
With O2 and Glucose = 4 phases
Phase 1. Glycolysis
Where in the cell? Eukaryotes cytoplasm.
O2 or No O2? No O2.
Aerobic or anaerobic? Anaerobic.
Uses glucose splits into? Two molecule of
Special Topics Part 3
MC Practice- Covers material from the first part of lecture.
1. Lipid insoluble hormones or protein chemical signals will bind to
a. Extracellular Membrane Bound Receptors
2. Cells that respond to a chemical signal l