Monday, September 18, 2017
Bio 103: Chapter 2
2.1 Basic Features of Cell
- Cell: basic structure and functional unit of all living organisms and carry
out essential processes of life.
- Cells contain organelles (system of organelles), including DNA and RN
BIOL 311 - Tutorial #7: Intracellular Traffic 2 KEY
1) Which of the following processes does not occur in the endoplasmic reticulum?
A) translation of secreted proteins
B) lipid synthesis
C) N-linked glycosylation
D) O-linked glycosylation
E) vesicle form
BIOL 311 - Tutorial #6: Intracellular Traffic 1 KEY
1) Which of the following statements are true of sorting signals in proteins.
A. Sorting signals form hairpin loops to temporarily halt translation.
B. They are 15-60 amino acids long, generally at the C
BIOL 311 - Tutorial #5: Membrane Electrical Properties KEY
1. Order the following molecules according to their ability to diffuse through a synthetic
lipid bilayer without proteins (most easily to least easily):
2. With reference to aquaporins or the bact
BIOL 311 - Tutorial #4: Cell Membranes KEY
1. What functions do biological membranes serve in the cell (2pts)? What are two
(general) types of mutations you think might affect the integrity of cell membranes, why
The cell or plasma membrane sepa
BIOL 311 - Tutorial #3: Gene Regulation KEY
1. Define the following terms:
Inducer substrate molecule which serves to induce an operon, usually by inactivating the
Promoter DNA sequence upstream of a gene where RNA polymerase binds to initiate
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BIOL 311 - Tutorial #1 Key (DNA/ Chromatin Structure)
1. Describe the Watson-Crick model of DNA.
Linear chains of nucleotides linked by sugar phosphate backbone
nt perpendicular to axis, phosphates on the outside
Antiparallel double helix,
Running head: FAT-TO-BRAIN SIGNALING
Fat-to-Brain Signaling Influencing Stress and Metabolism Response
Cell and Molecular Biology 311
December 3rd, 2015
University of Northern British Columbia
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