Flashcards in Cell physiology Deck (46):
power house of the cell
cell physio: protein synthesis
RER, free floating ribosomes
cell physio: synthesis of lipids contains oxidases catalases for detoxification
cell physio: contains lysozymes, lysoferritin and acid hydrolase
cell physio: only substance modified in the RER not in the Golgi?
cell physio: motor protein causing transport from the cell body to the neural fibril
cell physio: whip like movement on the cell surface found in the respiratory airways and fallopian tubes
cell physio: what is the common component of the protoplasm?
cell physio: what is the common component of the cell membrane?
cell physio: what is the most important component of the cell membrane?
the cell membrane is permeable to non-polar molecules true or false?
Junctional complexes: disk-shaped for firm intercellular adhesion eg epithelium
macula adherens (desmosomes)
Junctional complexes: for communication eg cardiac and smooth muscle
Junctional complexes: ring shaped increases surface area contact
Junctional complexes: reticular either "tight" or "leaky"
zonula occludens (tight junctions)
functional unit of gap junctions?
movement of substance in both apical side and basolateral side?
movement of substance through tight junctions
T or F: the ff are correctly matched: clathrin:endocytosis & SNARE protein: exocytosis
lets discuss water transport. what's the most common compound in your body?
whats the most common protein in your body?
what's the most common amino acid?
which of the ff has a reflection coefficient closer to one? albumin or urea?
Transport: passive downhill non-carrier mediated
Transport: passive downhill carrier-mediated
Transport: active uphill carrier mediated uses ATP?
primary active trasport
Transport: active uphill carrier mediated uses Na Gradient
Secondary active transport
Transport: gases alcohol steroid hormones
Transport: Na-K-ATPase pump proton pump
primary active transport
Transport: SGLT-1 SGLT-2 Na-K-2Cl
Secondary active transport
Stereospecificity, saturation, and Competition are Hallmarks of carrier or non-carrier mediated transport?
Carrier mediated transport
T or F: ca-ATpase pump in the cell membrane: PMCA
Ca-ATPase in the SR & ER: SERCA
osmoles per liter of water: osmolaRITY or osmolaLITy?
normal osmolarity of both ECF and ICF?
a RBC has an osmlarity of 300 mosm/L what will happen to the RBC if its placed in a solution of:
: 1. 300 mOsm/L sucrose
2. 300 mOsm/L urea
activates G-proteins?: Guanine Necleotide Exchange (GEF's) GTPase-accelerating proteins GAPS, regulation of protein signaling (RGS protein?)
Normal values: blood pressure MAP
Normal values: arterial Blood pH
Normal values: glucose
Normal values: serum Na
Normal values: serum K
Normal values: serum Ca
Normal values: GFR
Normal values: blood volume