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Internal Organization of the Cell
Chapter 10 Membrane Structure
The Lipid Bilayer
Membrane Proteins
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Chapter 11 Membrane Transport of Small Molecules and the Electrical Properties of Membranes
Principles of Membrane Transport
# Proteinfree Lipid Bilayers Are Highly Impermeable to Ions
# There Are Two Main Classes of Membrane Transport Proteins: Carriers and Channels
# Active Transport Is Mediated by Carrier Proteins Coupled to an Energy Source
# Ionophores Can Be Used as Tools to Increase the Permeability of Membranes to Specific Ions
Carrier Proteins and Active Membrane Transport
Ion Channels and the Electrical Properties of Membranes
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Chapter 12 Intracellular Compartments and Protein Sorting
The Compartmentalization of Cells
The Transport of Molecules between the Nucleus and the Cytosol
The Transport of Proteins into Mitochondria and Chloroplasts
Peroxisomes
The Endoplasmic Reticulum
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Chapter 13 Intracellular Vesicular Traffic
The Molecular Mechanisms of Membrane Transport and the Maintenance of Compartmental Diversity
# There Are Various Types of Coated Vesicles
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# The Assembly of a Clathrin Coat Drives Vesicle Formation
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# Both The Pinchingoff and Uncoating of Coated Vesicles Are Regulated Processes
# Not All Transport Vesicles are Spherical
# Monomeric GTPases Control Coat Assembly
# SNARE Proteins and Targeting GTPases Guide Membrane Transport
# Interacting SNAREs Need To Be Pried Apart Before They Can Function Again
# Rab Proteins Help Ensure the Specificity of Vesicle Docking
# SNAREs May Mediate Membrane Fusion
# Viral Fusion Proteins and SNAREs May Use Similar Strategies
Transport from the ER through the Golgi Apparatus
Transport from the Trans Golgi Network to Lysosomes
Transport into the Cell from the Plasma Membrane: Endocytosis
Transport from the Trans Golgi Network to the Cell Exterior: Exocytosis
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Chapter 14 Energy Conversion: Mitochondria and Chloroplasts
The Mitochondrion
ElectronTransport Chains and Their Proton Pumps
Chloroplasts and Photosynthesis
The Genetic Systems of Mitochondria and Plastids
The Evolution of ElectronTransport Chains
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Chapter 15 Cell Communication
General Principles of Cell Communication
Signaling through GProteinLinked CellSurface Receptors
Signaling through EnzymeLinked CellSurface Receptors
Signaling Pathways That Depend on Regulated Proteolysis
Signaling in Plants
Chapter 17 The Cell Cycle and Programmed Cell Death
An Overview of the Cell Cycle
Components of the CellCycle Control System
Intracellular Control of CellCycle Events
Programmed Cell Death (Apoptosis)
Extracellular Control of Cell Division, Cell Growth, and Apoptosis
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Chapter 18 The Mechanics of Cell Division
An Overview of M Phase
Mitosis
Cytokinesis
References
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Chapter 16 The Cytoskeleton
The SelfAssembly and Dynamic Structure of Cytoskeletal Filaments
How Cells Regulate Their Cytoskeletal Filaments
Molecular Motors
The Cytoskeleton and Cell Behavior
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The Molecular Basis of CancerCell Behavior
Cells in Their Social Context
Chapter 19 Cell Junctions, Cell Adhesion, and the Extracellular Matrix
Cell Junctions
CellCell Adhesion
The Extracellular Matrix of Animals
Integrins
The Plant Cell Wall
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Chapter 20 Germ Cells and Fertilization
The Benefits of Sex
Meiosis
Primordial Germ Cells and Sex Determination in Mammals
Eggs
Sperm
Fertilization
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Chapter 21 Development of Multicellular Organisms
Universal Mechanisms of Animal Development
Caenorhabditis Elegans: Development from the Perspective of the Individual Cell
Drosophila and the Molecular Genetics of Pattern Formation: Genesis of the Body Plan
Homeotic Selector Genes and the Patterning of the Anteroposterior Axis
Organogenesis and the Patterning of Appendages
Cell Movements and the Shaping of the Vertebrate Body
The Mouse
Neural Development
Plant Development
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Chapter 22 Histology: The Lives and Deaths of Cells in Tissues
Epidermis and Its Renewal by Stem Cells
Sensory Epithelia
The Airways and the Gut
Blood Vessels and Endothelial Cells
Renewal by Multipotent Stem Cells: Blood Cell Formation
Genesis, Modulation, and Regeneration of Skeletal Muscle
Fibroblasts and Their Transformations: The ConnectiveTissue Cell Family
StemCell Engineering
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Chapter 23 Cancer
Cancer as a Microevolutionary Process
The Preventable Causes of Cancer
Finding the CancerCritical Genes
Cancer Treatment: Present and Future
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Chapter 24 The Adaptive Immune System
Lymphocytes and the Cellular Basis of Adaptive Immunity
B Cells and Antibodies
The Generation of Antibody Diversity
T Cells and MHC Proteins
Helper T Cells and Lymphocyte Activation
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Chapter 25 Pathogens, Infection, and Innate Immunity
Introduction to Pathogens
Cell Biology of Infection
Innate Immunity
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Introduction to the Cell
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Chapter 1 Cells and Genomes
The Universal Features of Cells on Earth
The Diversity of Genomes and the Tree of Life
Genetic Information in Eucaryotes
References
Chapter 2 Cell Chemistry and Biosynthesis
The Chemical Components of a Cell
Catalysis and the Use of Energy by Cells
How Cells Obtain Energy from Food
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Chapter 3 Proteins
The Shape and Structure of Proteins
Protein Function
References
The Initiation and Completion of DNA Replication in Chromosomes
Basic Genetic Mechanisms
Chapter 4 DNA and Chromosomes
The Structure and Function of DNA
Chromosomal DNA and Its Packaging in the Chromatin Fiber
The Global Structure of Chromosomes
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Chapter 5 DNA Replication, Repair, and Recombination
The Maintenance of DNA
Sequences
DNA Repair
General Recombination
SiteSpecific Recombination
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Chapter 6 How Cells Read the Genome: From DNA to Protein
From DNA to RNA
From RNA to Protein
The RNA World and the Origins of Life
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Chapter 7 Control of Gene Expression
An Overview of Gene Control
DNABinding Motifs in Gene Regulatory Proteins
How Genetic Switches Work
The Molecular Genetic Mechanisms That Create Specialized Cell Types
Posttranscriptional Controls
How Genomes Evolve
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DNA Replication Mechanisms
Methods
Chapter 8 Manipulating Proteins, DNA, and RNA
Isolating Cells and Growing Them in Culture
Fractionation of Cells
Isolating, Cloning, and Sequencing DNA
Analyzing Protein Structure and Function
Studying Gene Expression and Function
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Chapter 9 Visualizing Cells
Looking at the Structure of Cells in the Microscope
Visualizing Molecules in Living Cells
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