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Exam 3 Study Guide

by: Bailey Dierenfeldt

Exam 3 Study Guide Biology 1010

Bailey Dierenfeldt
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General Biology
Dr. Tracie Gibson

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Date Created: 10/15/15
Exam 3 Studv Guide Ch 5 The Working Cell Membrane Structure and Function 1 Terms Amphipathic hydrophilic hydrophobic glycoproteins glycolipids selective permeability II The Plasma Membrane a Functions and structure b The uid mosaic model c Review animal cell 111 Diffusion a Terms concentration gradient diffusion osmosis ligand b Movement of substances i Selective permeability 1 Characteristics of substances that easily cross the plasma membrane 2 Characteristics of substances that DO NOT easily cross the plasma membrane c Review transport for small things i Passive Transport ii Active Transport iii Review Tonicity 1 Know hypotonic hypertonic and isotonic solutions 2 Determine if a solution is hypotonic hypertonic or isotonic 3 Osmosis and society a Vegetables at the grocery store b Plant turgor IV Exocytosis and Endocytosis d Membrane trafficking i Terms Exocytosis and Endocytosis Enzymes IV Terms Activation energy active site allosteric site substrate cofactor co enzyme enzymesubstrate complex denature a Function b Properties of an enzyme c What factors will disrupt the function of an enzyme V Function how does an enzyme speed up the rate of reactions in the cell VI Factors that in uence enzyme activity a Enzyme inhibitors i Competitive ii NonCompetitive 1 Binding site for the inhibitor 2 Overall shape 3 Can the effects of the enzyme inhibitor be reversed or overcome VII Enzymes and Society medical examples a Important of enzymes in the body i Heart attack patients ii HIV infection inhibition iii NSAIDS medication inhibition of COX1 and COX2 Ch 6 Cellular Respiration Obtaining Energy from Food Terms Aerobic anaerobic Cellular Respiration or Aerobic Respiration a ATP Know 3 cellular processes that require ATP b What structure in the cell produces energy ATP 1 11 III IV V C i Label the structure ii Know cell types where the structure is located Know the 3 stages of cellular respiration i Overall equation ii Know the relative amount of energy produced at each stage a little energy or a lot of energy First stage of Cellular Respiration Glycolysis wages Overview of glycolysis Know where glycolysis occurs in the cell Know purpose Know the products Know where the products of glycolysis are utilized Review the connection between glycolysis and Krebs cycle Second Stage of Aerobic Respiration Krebs cycle a 9906 Overview of Krebs cycle Know where Krebs39 cycle occurs in the cell Purpose of Krebs cycle Know the products Know where the products of the Krebs Cycle are utilized Third Stage of Cellular Respiration electron transport chain a b c Overview of oxidative phosphorylation Know SPECIFICALLY where the electron transport chain is located Know the products of the electron transport chain i Review electron move through the complexes of the electron transport chain ii Know where electrons donated from NADH and FADHZ enter into the electron transport chain iii Proton motive force 1 What is it 2 How is it generated 3 What are two components of the proton motive force a What happens if you disrupt either or the two components 4 Why is the proton motive force important for the ATP synthase VI Fermentation a Define b Review the three pathways fates of pyruvate 1 Under aerobic conditions 2 Under anaerobic conditions muscle tissue and microorganisms Ch 7 Photosynthesis Using Light to Make Food VII Overview of photosynthesis a What structure performs photosynthesis i Label the structure b Review electromagnetic spectrum i Know what colors can drive photosynthesis ii Data interpretation c Know general equation of photosynthesis d Know what are primary and secondary photosynthetic pigments involved in photosynthesis e Know the 2 stages of Photosynthesis i Light dependent reactions ii Dark dependent reactions Calvin Cycle VIII Overview of Lightdependent reactions a Know where the process occurs b What is the main purpose of the lightdependent reactions c Know how electrons ow through PS I and PS 11 i Splitting of water photolysis ii What is the final electron acceptor iii What are the products of the light dependent reactions d Know where the products are utilized IX LightIndependent Reactions Calvin Cycle a Know SPECIFICALLY Where the Calvin Cycle occurs b What are the three phases of the CalVin cycle c What is the purpose of the CalVin cycle 1 Products


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