A look into how various populations interact with one another and how these interactions can change.
Review of Unit 2
Overview of all of Unit 2- Cellular Structure and Function
Cell Compartmentalization and Its Origin
Description of the origin of the various specialized compartments inside of a cell.
Tonicity and Osmoregulation
Discussing hypotonic, isotonic, and hypertonic environments and the flow of water between environments.
Mechanisms of Transport
Review of various types of transport such as active and passive transport, facilitated diffusion, exocytosis, and endocytosis.
Dive into various examples of facilitated diffusion, one method of plasma membrane transport.
A detailed look at the various methods of membrane transport such as active transport, diffusion, osmosis, facilitated diffusion, exocytosis and endocytosis
Further emphasize the importance of the structure of the plasma membrane on the selective permeability of the membrane.
Analyze the structure of the plasma membrane and how it contributes to membrane transport and permeability.
Back to Basics: Cells
A basic review of cell structure and function with a Q&A hosted by a former student
Cell Structure and Function
A deeper dive into the various organelles in cells as well as their specific function
Cell Structure: Subcellular Components
An overview of the most important organelles in the cells
Cellular Structure & Transport
In this session, we are talking about cell structure and cell transport. We'll cover critical cell structures, compare prokaryotes and eukaryotes, and discuss types of movement across membranes.
2.3 Cell Size
2.5 Membrane Permeability
2.8 Tonicity and Osmoregulation
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