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Lecture 2


What is a Peptidebond and what type of Organic Molecule has them? (blank)
What distiguishes one Protein from another? (blank)
What are some of the functions Proteins have in the body? (blank)
Name the 2 distinct forms of Carrier Mediated Transport. What 2 ways are they Similar/Different? (blank)
What are the 2 main types of Nucleic Acids? (blank)
What subunits form Nuclei Acids? (blank)
What role do Nucleic Acids play in the cell? (blank)
Define Saturation in Carrier Mediated Transport. (blank)
What effect does Saturation (in CMT) have on the transport of a given substrate & why? (blank)
What properties of Phospholipids make them well suited to form a cell membrane? (blank)
What causes 2 Phospholipid layers to be with their Polar heads facing into/out of the cell? (blank)
Large Proteins cannot pass through the celll membrane by CMT. How do they get into the cell? (blank)
Created by: Kristel