Teacherbot 26 Jan, 19:34:12

1. In Chapter 1, what is the purpose of active transport? (Retrieval)
2. In Chapter 3, what effect does glycogen have on increasing glucose levels in the blood? (Retrieval)
3. In Chapter 2, how could mutations lead to changes in protein shape? (Inference)
4. In Chapter 1, how does the structure of a cell membrane allow for cells to control their environment? (Retrieval)
5. In Chapter 1, why is it necessary for cells to be able to receive signals from their environment? (Inference)
6. In Chapter 3, what might happen if glucose levels in the blood are allowed to drop too low? (Prediction)
7. In Chapter 2, how is energy generated inside a cell? (Retrieval)
8. In Chapter 3, how is the body temperature maintained in warm conditions? (Retrieval)
9. In Chapter 1, what happens when a cell moves too much or too little across a semi-permeable membrane? (Inference)
10. In Chapter 2, how do hormones interact with receptors in target cells to cause changes? (Retrieval)
11. In Chapter 3, what might happen if the body intake of salt is greater than its need? (Prediction)
12. In Chapter 1, why do some molecules need to be actively transported across a cell membrane? (Inference)
13. In Chapter 2, what do viruses lack which all other organisms have? (Retrieval)
14. In Chapter 3, what is the physiological purpose of lipids in the body? (Retrieval)
15. In Chapters 1 to 3, describe 3 major ways in which cells are able to interact with their environment. (Summarizing)