Study Guide for Test Name Cell Structure and Function The test on Cell Structure and Function is closed note, open brain . To prepare for this test, review the labs and activities, readings, notes, and returned work. Terms to understand, identify in an image, and be able to apply to a variety of problems. Quantitative Observations Concentration Ribosome Passive Transport Solubility Qualitative Observations Gradient Endoplasmic Facilitated DIffusion Concentration Solute Cell Membrane Reticulum Active Transport Lugol’s Iodine Solvent Selectively Permeable Golgi Bodies Protein Glucose Test Strips Solution Compartment Vacuoles Transport Dialysis Tubing Hypertonic Internal Lysosome Phospholipid Bilayer Lipid Hypotonic External Cytoplasm Non-polar Molecule Isotonic Cell wall Chromosomes/DNA Polar Molecule Diffusion Cell membrane Chloroplast Hydrophilic Osmosis Nucleus Organelle Hydrophobic Review Tasks: COMPLETE each task in your journal (or simply do the task) and check each box when you have completed the task. Review/re-read journal entries pertinent to the cell unit. These include all handouts and readings. Explain the difference between qualitative and quantitative observations. Given a cell in a type of solution, explain how water moves and why it moves in that direction (hyper/hypo/isotonic). Draw, label, and describe the functions of components of essential structures within cells. Create an analogy to describe how the cell parts function together as a system. Describe the structure of the cell membrane and how the membrane regulates the flow of material into or out of the cell. Describe various methods of transport across cell membranes. Show how they are similar and how they are different (Venn Diagram) Compare and contrast facilitated diffusion and diffusion. Compare and contrast active transport and diffusion. List molecules that may have difficulty crossing the cell membrane and explain why they would. Be able to infer what could happen to the cell if various organelles malfunctioned. Be able to analyze a data table for information relating to cell behavior in different solutions. Connect at least 3 words (above) together into one sentence that explains something having to do with cell structure, function, or interaction with its environment. Examples: active, molecule, gradient; diffusion, osmosis, concentration gradient; Golgi Bodies, ribosomes, cytoplasm; non-polar, phospholipid, transport. Try it! Visit the calendar/website and go through the review Jeopardy! when it is posted (usually the night before the test). Re-read a chapter in your summer reading book so you can connect ideas discussed in the story to our cell unit.
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