What is a secondary cell wall?
What is the one big difference between plant cell walls and animal extracellular matrices?
What is the most abundant protein found in the ECM?
Integrins are proteins that serve to connect what two structures or proteins? (Hint: one is inside the cytoplasm of individual cells, and the other is found in the ECM) Why is this important?
Tight junctions form in animal cells as a result of interactions between ________ proteins of adjacent cells? What types of tissues discussed in class commonly have tight junctions?
What three components make up a desmosome?
What did the sponge experiment tell us?
What is a cadherin?
What is special about a gap junction that makes it different from plasmodesmata?
What is a hormone?
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