Chapter Five Study Sheet
Who first described the structure of DNA?
What are the four bases compose DNA? Which bases are purines? Which bases are
What type of chemical bonds link the sugar phosphate backbone of a s
Chapter Four Study Sheet
-Know that proteins are linked together by covalent bonds called peptide bonds
-Understand how the hydrophobic and hydrophilic nature of amino acids influences the
ultimate 3-dimensional structure of t
1. Light microscope is the direct descendant of Hooks microscope.
2. Transmission Electron Microscope shoots a bean of electrons and it visualizes down
to 2 nm.
3. Scanning Electron Microscope is 3D and is similar to Transmission Microscope.
4. Confocal M
DNA Replication, Repair and Recombination
Understand the semiconservative nature of DNA replication
Understand how the DNA double helix unwinds at the replication origin
Understand the nature of the DNA sequence at the replica
Cell Theory- in the 18th century, two scientists came up with the cell theory. Schleiden
3 corollaries of the cell theory:
-all cells are alike in chemical composition
-all cells store and process information in the same way
Panel 131 Details of the 10 steps of glycolysis
For each step, the part of the molecule that undergoes a change is shadowed in blue,
and the name of the enzyme that catalyzes the reaction is in a yellow box.
phosphorylated by ATP t
Intro to Cell Biology
Enzyme Action Lab
Your assignment for this lab is a full lab report. This will include an abstract,
introduction, materials and methods, results, discussion, and literature cited. Lab reports
are due on April 28th at the be
Chapter Eleven Review Sheet
The plasma membrane is composed of a lipid _
What happens to a cell if the plasma membrane fails to stay intact?
What do we mean when we say that the plasma membrane is selectively permeable?