• Study Guide 2 Microbiology
    (and lesions) 6. Be able to compare and contrast ranges and structural changes for moderate and extreme halophiles. Why are the specific structural changes necessary for growth in these environments? What are the osmolarity ranges for these groups? Be able to explain why cells die outside...
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  • Biology Review
    between organisms this continues till a single organism remains and is identified 6 Kingdoms and Domains Compare and contrast the 6 kingdoms Prokaryotes, eukaryotes What do the terms prokaryotes and eukaryotes mean? Compare and contrast prokaryote and eukaryote cells. How did prokaryotes...
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  • Biologu Final Study Guide
    consequences of hypotonic and hypertonic solutions. Hypotonic: cell expands/bursts; dies Hypertonic: cell shrivels or dies 11. Compare and contrasts passive and active transport. Active: energy-requiring movement of molecules across a membrane from a region of LOWER concentration to a region of...
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  • Bio Notes
    various types of tissues in vascular plants, and explain the mechanisms of transport involved in the processes by which materials are distributed throughout a plant (e.g., transpiration, translocation, osmosis) compare and contrast monocot and dicot plants in terms of their structures (e.g...
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  • Microbiology Notes
    transport- requires a transporter protein and ATP Uniport Antiport= Na+/K+ pump Symport (coupled)= called secondary active transport =Na+/I- symporter Group translocation: requires a transporter protein and PEP (PhosphoEnolPyruvate) Chapter 4B Functional Anatomy of Eukaryotic Cells Prokaryote...
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  • Ftsw Pg Transport
    cytoplasmic membrane are as yet unidentified. Recently, the translocation process was studied in Escherichia coli inner membrane vesicles using a fluorescent 7-nitro-2,1,3-benzoxadiazol-4-yl (NBD) analogue of Lipid II (van Dam et al, 2007; its structure is illustrated in Figure 1B). The transport...
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  • Compare and Contrast Xylem Tissue and Phloem Tissue, Including Their Respective Structures and Functions.
    Compare and contrast xylem tissue and phloem tissue, including their respective structures and functions. The stems and roots of plants contain two separate transport systems; xylem vessels and phloem tubes, of which neither transport oxygen as it is transported to cells by diffusion. The...
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  • Test 1 Review
    , they are lipids. Prosthetic group refers to a non-protein molecule bound or used by a protein, so quinones do not have prosthetic groups. Flavoproteins- e/H, catalyze oxidation reduction reactions in cytoplasm (not only e- transport in the membrane) , Flavin FAD and FMN are...
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  • As Level Revision Chemitsyry
    cytoskeleton in providing mechanical strength to cells, aiding transport within cells and | | | | | | |enabling cell movement; | | | | | | |(i) compare...
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  • Micro Exam Study Guide
    transport curve * Know what the following are: simple transport, group translocation, ABC transporter * Know that compare and contrast table thing we filled out together in class (the one with G-, G+, eukaryotes, and archaea the table that included info on the membrane and cell walls) * Know...
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  • Tham
    Learning Outcome: Compare and contrast animal cell and plant cell based on the structure and organelles Comparing and contrasting Thinking Skills: Explanation: To achieve the above learning outcome, knowledge on the structure and organelles in animal and plant cells are learned through comparing...
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  • Microbiology Study Guide Chapter 1&3
    energy c. Group translocation 4. Energy production    a.   Electron Transport chain b.   Proton Motive Force V. Internal Structures   A.     DNA as a Single chromosome in a Nucleoid region...
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  • assignment
    . Plastoquinone– It transports the protons to the lumen of thylakoid discs, while the electrons continue through the electron transport chain into thecytochrome b6f protein complex. Cytochrome – are, in general, membrane-bound (i.e. inner mitochondrial membrane) hemeproteins containing heme groups and...
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  • Physiology of Cell Volume Regulation in Vertebrates
    definition, the cell volume above/below which the transport system is activated. 197 In other words, the swelling- and shrinkage-activated transport systems are inactive or marginally active when the cell volume is below and above, respectively, the set point for their activation. The magnitude...
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  • Maintaining a balance
    ”. HSC Biology Topic 1 “Maintaining a Balance” copyright © 2005-2008 keep it simple science 2 www.keepitsimplescience.com.au Active & Passive Transport Note that the flow of water in the xylem costs the plant nothing in energy terms... it is “passive” transport. In contrast, the other...
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  • Biology, Chemistry, English, Maths
    . nucleotides polypeptides triglycerides polysaccharides 5 17. Three types of movement across a cell membrane are shown at X, Y and Z. Y X Z The three types of movement are correctly described as A. B. C. D. 18. diffusion passive transport active transport passive transport...
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  • Biology Notes
    . They contain a vacuole to take up water and so become turgid They contain mitochondria to generate ATP for active transport (j) explain the meaning of the terms tissue, A group of similar specialised cells that perform a particular function organ A...
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  • Ocr Biology F211
    cilium to bend. Cilia move out of time with each other to create a ‘wave’ ALM June 10 Cells, Exchange and Transport (h) compare and contrast, with the aid of diagrams and electron micrographs, the structure of prokaryotic cells and eukaryotic cells; Prokaryotic cells do not have a nucleus...
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  • JC Virus Agnoprotein Research Proposal
    larger than 45kDa require an active transport mechanism for translocation into the nucleus. Active nuclear import requires a nuclear localization signal (NLS) on the protein being transported or on at least one protein in a complex [48, 49, 72] (reviewed in reference [50]). NLSs are short peptide...
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  • Paper
    primarily dependent Medium/ Rhizoplane Apoplast on the metal speciation, which determines its uptake, translocation and accumulation (Fig. 1). The pathway of Cr(VI) transport is an active mechanism involving carriers of essential anions such as sulfate (Cervantes et al., 2001). Fe, S and P are known...
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