BT_PO 1.82a Outline basic cellular physiology in particular The structure of the cell membrane and trans- membrane transport mechanisms The composition and regulation of intracellular fluid The generation of the trans-membrane potential Energy production by metabolic processes in cells

AKA read most of Ganong Chapters 1 and 2

The intracellular compartment contains about 5% of body water     T/F

Colligative properties are dependent upon the types of particles in a solution    T/F

The sodium/potassium pump prevents cellular oedema AND contributes to the membrane potential     T/F

Oxidative phosphorylation occurs in red blood cells     T/F

In some cells glucose crosses the cell membrane by secondary active transport     T/F

Bonus question (the answer can be worked out from material in chapter one) – the pH electrode has a semi-permeable membrane with the selective diffusion of hydrogen ions creating an electrical gradient which is measured. What equation is used to calculate the concentration of hydrogen ions from the electrical gradient?

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