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Cell Structure and Function by Mind Map: Cell Structure and Function
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Cell Structure and Function

Chapter 5: Aerobic Respiration and the Mitochondrion

5.3 The Role of Mitochondria in the Formation of ATP

Oxidation-Reduction Potentials

Electron Transport

Types of Electron Carriers, Electron-Transport Complexes

Chapter 8: Cytoplasmic Membrane Systems; Structure, Function, and Membrane Trafficking

8.3 The Endoplasmic Reticulum

Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum is divided into two sub-compartments. Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum Both types of ER comprise a system of membrane that enclose a space, or lumen, that is seperated from the surrounding cytosol. The luminal space inside the ER membranes are different from the surrounding cytosolic space. Differences Between Rough ER and Smooth ER Rough ER is defined by the presence of ribosomes bound to its cytosolic surface, where as Smooth ER lacks the ribosomes. The Rough ER is typically composed of a network of flattened sacs called cisternae (shown on figure 8.9, page 274) . The Rough Er is continuous with the outer membrane elements of the nuclear envelope, which also bears ribosomes on its cytosolic surface. Smooth ER are highly curved and tubular, forming an interconnecting system of pipelines that curve through the cytoplasm.

The Smooth ER (SER)

Functions of the Rough ER, Synthesis of Proteins on Membrane-Bound versus Free Ribosomes

Chapter7: Interactions Between Cells and Their Environment

7.3 Interactions with Other Cells

Adherens Junctions and Desmosomes: Anchoring Cells to Other Cells

The Role of Cell-Adhesion Receptors in Transmembrane Signaling

Learning Outcomes for Exam II

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