Exam I Study Guide: Functional Anatomy and Pathophysiology I
Exam I Study Guide: Functional Anatomy and Pathophysiology I PHCL 2600
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Functional Anatomy and Pathophysiology I Dr. Frederick E. Williams Exam I Study Guide Week 1 ❖ What is a cell capable of? ❖ What are the different cell types? ■ How are there different cell types? ■ What different components make up muscle tissue? ■ What do nerve cells do and what are the two different nervous systems? ● What is each system comprised of? ■ What functionality do the different connective tissues have? ■ Give examples of epithelial tissues and what they do ❖ What are the different macromolecules that make up cells? ❖ List the three basic parts of the cell ➢ What is the nuclear envelope? ➢ Explain the difference between euchromatin and heterochromatin ➢ What types of organelles are in the cytoplasm? ■ List the differences between rough endoplasmic reticulum (RER) and smooth endoplasmic reticulum (SER) ■ What is the function of a ribosome? ■ Explain what the cis membrane and transmembrane of the golgi apparatus are ■ What is purpose of a vsnare protein compared to a tsnare protein? ■ How does a lysosome maintain its pH balance and how does the cell react in case of a leak? ■ Why does the lysosome break down old cells? ● How do peroxisomes help with the byproduct? ➢ What are the folds of the mitochondria called? ■ How is metabolic activity related to the number of cristae in the mitochondria? ➢ How do organelles move around in the cell? ■ What allows the up/down movement for organelles ■ What is the cytoskeleton made of ■ How does the microtubulesin lattice support the cell? Week 2 ❖ More on the membrane ➢ Why do phospholipids arrange the way that they do? ■ Are there other types of lipid that are important to the membrane? Functional Anatomy and Pathophysiology I Dr. Frederick E. Williams Exam I Study Guide ➢ Why does the membrane become more rigid as cholesterol is introduced to it? ■ What supports this? ➢ Explain the difference between intrinsic and extrinsic membrane proteins. ➢ List the different kinds of membrane proteins there are and brief over their functions. ➢ Is there a difference between a glycoprotein and a lipoprotein? ■ Is so, explain. ➢ Write down the two versions of Fick’s Law and identify the variables. ■ List any other contributing factors of diffusion . ■ What kinds of gradients are there and what factors govern them? ■ How do rates of diffusion relate to Overton’s Rules? ● How does Overton’s Rules relate to permeability? ■ Is there a difference between chemical and electrical gated channels? ● If so, explain. ■ What is osmosis? ● What will happen to a cell in the following solutions: ◆ Isotonic ◆ Hypotonic ◆ Hypertonic ● Write the equation for osmolality ◆ If 1 mol MgCl 2 dissolved into 1 L of water, what would the osmolality be equal to? ❖ Why are mediated transports important for a cell? ➢ Explain active transport in contrast to secondary active transport? ❖ Define metabolism ➢ Are there different types of metabolism? ❖ When an enzyme is involved in a reaction… ➢ What happens during the reaction? ➢ What happens to the enzyme during it? ➢ Are there any other factors that influence the speed of the reaction? ❖ Why are the promoter and terminator so important for the process of transcription? ➢ What are the basic components of a nucleotide and how do they tie in to transcription? ➢ Explain the process of transcription ➢ How is RNA synthesised and what happens during RNA editing? ➢ Is the tRNA important at all? Functional Anatomy and Pathophysiology I Dr. Frederick E. Williams Exam I Study Guide Week 3 ❖ What does vmax mean in relation to Enzyme Kinetics? ❖ What is end product inhibition for an enzyme? ➢ Does it relate to enzyme saturation? ❖ Where do the energy inputs for glycolysis come from and what are the outputs? ➢ What is the energy flow through the cycle? ❖ What is the difference between negative feedback and positive feedback? ➢ What is a reflex arc? ➢ Describe the pathway the body takes to restore itself to a balance by homeostasis
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