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Date Created: 09/09/15
Name TA Daryl Lindsey Mike Define Peroxisome function Glyoxosome function Kinetoplast ftsZ protein Editing molecular Chemoautotroph Stroma Absoption spectum vrs action spectrum in photosynthesis Photorespiration C4 pathway in carbon processing Proplastid Etioplast Monophyletic vrs polyphyletic chloroplast origin Phycobilisome DAPI dye Nucleoid vrs nucleomorph Name TA Daryl Lindsey Mike Discussion type questions Why did Dr C suggest that you look up the word fractal when she introduced the concept of etioplast morphology Explain the relationship between rhodophytes and stramenopiles with respect to chloroplast evolution Analysis of chloroplast biology has provided insight to the study of malaria Why In what ways is nonoxygenic photosynthesis that uses HZS as an electron source similar to oxygenic photosynthesis that uses water as an electron source In what ways are they different Put all these terms into a discussion peroxisome mitochondrian glycolate rubisco chloroplast glycine and photorespiration Name three electron carriers in the mitochondrian and explain their function What is an electron transport complex What is maternal inheritance How could you experimentally demonstrate this process Describe the structure of ATP syntase What experiments were done to a show that submitochondrial particles can form ATP b show that the gamma subunit of ATP syntase rotates Give an example of two different herbicides and provide their site of function Provide one classical experiment that showed chloroplasts to be semiautonomous organelles Comment on the statement Mitochondria are semiautonomous organelles Focus your discussion on protein composition of membrane complexes Put the following words into a discussion purple bacteria evolution respiration mitochondria Name TA Daryl Lindsey Mike You are making dinner give the name of the specialized chloroplast that help generate Starch in your potatoes mint avoring for the lamb oil for the salad pretty colored owers for the table How could you demonstrate the extraordinary plasticity of the mitochondrian using green uorescent protein If you had the sequence of the chloroplastencoded photosystem 11 protein psbA from 15 different plants how would you show the relatedness of those plants Draw a gure to explain the process of oxidative phosphorylation Be sure to include the following mitochondrial membrane NADH electrons electron carriers protons ATP synthase and ATP Draw a spinach chloroplast and label the outer membrane inner membrane grana thylakoids and stroma What are the primary products of light A J J and light 39 photosynthesis J r J reactions in How are proteins coded by the nucleus transported into the mitochondrian Discuss the cellular mechanisms that the body used to counteract the bacterial infection that occurred when the ice climber Rob Taylor had a terrible accident Student questions only one received What is the problem with the Photosystem having only one oxidizing equivalent at a time for 02 production How is this resolved Name TA Daryl Lindsey Mike


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