There are several ways chemicals move within the cell. Sometimes cells use passive transport and at times they use active transport. Describe these forms of transport and give examples of their importance in human health.
From Unit 2’s attend section it compares the cell to a city and gives analogies of the organelles as parts of the city. Which organelle is referred to as the border patrol? In addition, identify which macromolecules are involved with this organelle and describe one role each has. Also, which organelle was referred to as a subway?
From Unit 2’s attend section, what is the major form of active transport discussed? How is secondary active transport involved.
Explain which eukaryotic organelle was discussed in Unit 2’s attend discussion about genetically modified people in the future. What is the function of this organelle?
Describe three similarities and three differences of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. Which of these categories (prokaryotic or eukaryotic) would COVID-19 fall under?
If a cell has 50,000,000 water molecules inside and it is placed in a tube with 100,000,000 water molecules, predict and explain what will happen to the cell.
The moving van analogy was used to explain what type of transport in the cell? Describe the different forms of transports related to the moving van analogy discussed in both the Attend and Read section.
What organelle was referred to as the city’s police officer? Explain how this organelle helps cells function. Describe the disease discussed in the text associated with defects in this organelle.