______________________ is the non-selective uptake of material, like water, from the extracellular environment.

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Enzymes lower the _______________ _________________ of a reaction.
A fever is an example of an altered _____________________.
Oxygen and carbon dioxide cross cell membranes by ___________ _____________.
Cystic fibrosis is caused by a defect in the ___________________ transport of __________________ ions in the cells of the lungs. The lack transport of the ions

across the lung membranes results in _____________________________ and thickened mucus..

A competitive inhibitor binds to the _________________ __________________ of an enzyme. The Km of glucose permease is 1.5 mM for glucose, but is 50 mM for galactose. This

indicates that the permease’s ___________________ for glucose is higher/lower (circle one!) than that for galactose.

One definition of ___________________ Law is: “The net diffusion rate of a solute across a membrane is proportional to the difference in the concentrations, proportional to the area of the membrane and inversely proportional to the thickness of the membrane.”

Na+/K+ ATPase belongs to the ______- class of ATPases, which means that

 

V-class ATPases carry out the ________________ transport of _______________ across membranes.

LDL and growth factors typically enter cells using _____________________________ .

The rate of passive transport is dependent upon the ____________________ of the solute and

_________________________.

A(n) ____________________________ is a collection of organs that work together to perform a major body function.

The sodium-potassium pump carries out the _______________________ transport of

_______(#) sodium ions into/out of (circle 1) the cell and __________(#) potassium ions into/out of (circle 1) the cell.

1 glycerol + 3 fatty acids = ____________________________________

The three phases of protein translation are ________________________________________

_________________________________________.

A sensor (receptor), ______________ _________________, and _______________________ are the key components of any feedback system.

The ______________ _______________ of an enzyme is where the substrate binds.

Osmosis is the movement of _______________ across a/an _____________________

membrane from an area of _______________ ________________concentration to an area

of _________________ ________________ concentration.

CH2O is the general formula for a/an ________________________________.

Amino acids are linked together via covalent bonds called ______________________ bonds.

Low-density lipoprotein (LDL) particles are transported into cells by ___________________

________________________ ________________________.

In “Anatomical Position” the legs and feet are ____________________________, the arms are

_________________________ and the palms are_____________________________________

Intermediate filaments, __________________________ and __________________________ are the key structures that make up the cytoskeleton.

The opposite of “ipsilateral” is ____________________________________.
The ability to maintain a stable internal environment even though the external environment changes is called ______________________________.
Globular and fibrous are classes of ____________________________.
Enzymes are organic catalysts that _______________________ the _________________ ________________________ (or energy barrier) of a reaction.

Physiology is the study of _________________________.

An organic catalyst of a reaction usually is a(n) ______________________.

A(n) ____________________________ is a collection of organs that work together to perform a major body function.

The ___________________________ separates the thoracic cavity from the abdominal cavity.

“K” is the chemical symbol for _______________________________.

The sodium-potassium pump carries out the _______________________ transport of

_______(#) sodium ions into/out of (circle 1) the cell and __________(#) potassium ions into/out of (circle 1) the cell.

1 glycerol + 3 fatty acids = ____________________________________

The ______________ _______________ of an enzyme is where the substrate binds.

Osmosis is the movement of _______________ across a/an _____________________

membrane from an area of ____________ _____________concentration to an area

of _________________ ________________ concentration.

A chromosome is the condensed form of _________________________.

Carbon dioxide gets through the cell membrane by ____________ ______________.

The folds of the inner membrane of mitochondria are called _______________.

In prophase, the ___________________ and ______________________ disappear and

_________________ migrate to opposite poles of the cell. These structures reform

during _______________________

CH2O is the general formula for a/an ________________________________.

Amino acids are linked together via covalent bonds called ______________________ bonds.

______________________ is the non-selective uptake of material, like water, from the extracellular environment.
 
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