BIOL 100 D Human Biology week 4
BIOL 100 D Human Biology week 4 Biol 1000
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Date Created: 02/21/16
BIOL 100 D 1 Cells Cell theory Modified to accept that cells and bacteria doesn’t arise spontaneously o “spontaneous generation” was not accepted easily o Francisco Redi Put meat in jars with different covers and the one with mesh had no maggots, but had mold Most people took a “moderate stance” that maggots didn’t spontaneously generate, but mold could o Louis Pasteur Figured out how to keep food sanitary Proved bacteria is in the air Vitalism Organic(living) Inorganic (non-living) o Fredrich Wohler Experiment deals with the fact that you can go back and forth between organic and inorganic Took soil and rocks by adding energy he created on an organic compound o Emil Fischer First organic chemist Major Cell types Prokaryotic o Small Eukaryotic o Have a nucleus o Usually larger Cell Membrane Takes care of metabolistic function Identification system o Self vs. not self Made of phospholipid layers o Is flexible o Outer layer: hydrophilic o Inner layer: hydrophobic BIOL 100 D 2 Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER) Highly folded system of membranes that surrounds a nucleus Rough ER: o Protein synthesis/ processes proteins o Looks like sand paper Bumps are ribosomes Process proteins Smooth ER o Processes fats o Small vesicles bud off SER and go to Golgi Ribosomes Protein production: sever specialized of RNA and proteins Can be floating or in ER Made in nucleus Golgi Apparatus Bunch of sacks similar to SER Helps ER process sacks from SER o Lipids, carbohydrates Lysosomes Breaks down things o chemicals
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