Biology Forum Cell Biology HomeWork HELP!

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    • #10598

      Ok, well there were about 75 questions I had to do. I’ve done most, but have alot of blanks. I’ve checked the internet and my book. But still nothing.
      It would be great if you could help me 😉

      About the cell.

      Answer as many as you can, please.

      -Membrane enclosed region in a cell

      -A network of microtubules, microfilaments and intermediate filaments

      -A small membranous bag

      -A cluster of protein-synthesizing organelles

      -A water-soluble small basic protein often associated with nucleic acids

      -Nonliving, outside cell membrane

      -_______ membrane (starts with p, 6 letters)

      – Commonest protein in muscles

      – An intramembranous protein that binds to a substance being transported

      – Where raw materials of ribosomes are made

      -Structures on the cell membrane that are composed of simple sugars and amino acids

      -Structure from which a chromosomal microtubule arises

      – Composed of glycerol and fatty acids (Ends in D, 5 letters)

      – Structure composed of phospholipids

      -network of DNA and histones

      -Site of final precessing of membrane proteins, proteins and polysaccharides for export

      – A thin skin or membranous coating

    • #87764

      If your text book doesn’t answer those questions you’ve got the wrong text book..

      Basic Cellular structure
      Eukaryotic nucleus
      Intracellular transport
      Cellular membranous structures

      [PS:Most common protein(s) in muscles are actin, myosin, and desmosome junctions.]

    • #87976

      The structure composed of phospholipids is the phospholipid bilayer, which has integral proteins, periphery proteins, sphingolipids (which form the lipid rafts), among many other things.

      There’s one for you, but I agree with keenangp, your text book should definitely cover those topics, and Google is a good start to answer your questions, just make sure the source is reliable.

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