1. Describe the fliud mosaic model of the plasma membrane including the role of phospholipids, proteins, and carbohydrates.
2. Describe how the membrane can increase or decrease fluidity.
3. Compare and contrast the various forms of passive and active transport.
4. State the types and the area of occurance for the three structures forming the cytoskeleton.
5. Match the following organelles to the structure, function, and location in the cell: centrosome, cilia, flagella, ribosome, endoplasmic reticulum, golgi complex, lysosomes, peroxisomes, proteasomes, mitochondria, and nucleus.
6. Outline the steps of protein synthesis.
7.Outline the steps of mitosis.
8. List and describe the causes of cancer.
9. List and describe the treatments of cancer.
10. Analyze the cell cycle with respect to Cancer treatments.
11. Match the various types of chemotherapeutic agents to their mode of action.
amphipathic peripheral proteins integral proteins glycocalyx cancer
oncogene ligand osmosis diffusion isotonic hypertonic hypertonic
facilitated transport primary active transport secondary active transport
chromatin chromosomes histones gene
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