CSU BMS 300 - Mitochondria, the Cytoskeleton, and Vesicle Transport (6 pages)

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Includes the notes on mitochondria, the cytoskeleton, and the beginning of the different ways of vesicle transport.


Lecture number:
6
Pages:
6
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
Colorado State University- Fort Collins
Course:
Bms 300 - Principles of Human Physiology
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1
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BMS 300 J Walrond Lecture 6 Outline of Last Lecture I The nucleus DNA chromosomes histones nuclear pores II Ribosomes protein synthesis composed mostly of RNA III Endoplasmic Reticulum rough endoplasmic reticulum short endoplasmic reticulum IV Vesicles transport containers V Golgi apparatus protein modification 1 proteins from RER VI Vesicle plasma membrane 1 exocytosis These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute lysosomes Outline of Current Lecture I Mitochondria and the cytoskeleton mitochondria 1 structure 2 function use O2 to generate ATP Oxidative phosphorylation 3 history of the mitochondria capture genetic lining the cytoskeleton 1 protein polymers with protection ability 2 microtubules polymers of tubulin 3 filament actin polymer of G actin 4 intermediate of filament proteins II Microtubules structure tubulin assembly polarity of molecules microtubules as substrate for movement 1 kinesin structure ATPase motor function dynein actin using myosin Current Lecture Mitochondria the function of the mitochondria is the use of an O2 receptor to generate adenosine triphosphate from adenosine diphosphate use this adenosine diphosphate as an energy storage device to do this we use oxygen in oxidative phosporation how we make ATP there are enzymes called glycolytic enzymes which generate ATP called glycolysis for the most part our cells cannot function without oxygen and they can t generate ATP without the mitochondria History of Mitochondria different structure it has two membranes around it bacteria have bi membrane structures as well the mitochondria are like bacteria when she tested the RNA and DNA in the mitochondria she found that they were similar to the RNA and DNA in bacteria all the mitochondria found in your body comes from the mitochondria in your mothers MAKES ATP Organization of the Cytoskeleton of Eukaryotic Cells cytoplasmic proteins that self



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