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Biology 110 Exam 2 Study Guide: Ch.40,5,6,7,8 Chapter 40 Section 1: -types of muscle tissue -types of nervous tissue -types of connective tissue -types of epithelial tissue -organ systems Chapter 5: -membranes: ﬂuidity semipermeable -membrane proteins -membrane lipids -integral/peripheral -different structures -transport/osmosis -tranport types -exocytosis/endocytosis Chapter 6: -energy: exergonic/endergonic -Laws of thermodynamics -ATP Hydrolysis -Enzymes/Ribozymes/Catalyst -activation Energy -Substrate binding -prosthetic groups, cofactor, coenzyme -metabolism:catabolic/anabolic -proteasome Chapter 7: -4 metabolic pathways -3 phases of glycolysis and net products -Breakdown of pyruvate -Citric acid cycle, and products -Describe Electron Transport chain -connection between Carbohydrate, protein, and fat metabolism -respiration and fermentation chapter 8: -photosynthesis: equations General structure of chloroplasts Two phases of photosynthesis -Reaction and Light Energy pigments properties Cyclic photophosohorylation -Calvin Cycle three phases energy -photosynthesis variations
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