2. COMPREHENSION. Let us now check your comprehension by answering the questions
below. Limit your answers to one or two sentences only. 8 pts
1. What is the problem?
2. What does the character do about the problem?
3. What does the character learn?
4. What does the character want us to learn?
QUIZ. 15 pts
PERFORMANCE TASK. 30 pts
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a nerve is a whitish fiber or bundle of fibers that transmits impulses of sensation to the brain or spinal cord, and impulses from these to the muscles and organs.
The inside and outside of a cell is an aqueous environment that holds ions and molecules. This means that cells are suspended in water, which comprises 60% of our bodies. The contents of our cells are different from the molecules that are present in its surroundings, so a layer called the cell membrane separates the cell contents from the exterior environment.
This membrane is made of proteins and phospholipids that are not soluble in water. We call this property "hydrophobicity." "Hydro-" means water, while "-phobicity" comes from the rootword "phobia", which means fear. Lipids and proteins are hydrophobic because of the lengthy aliphatic hydrocarbon chains of the phospholipids and pi-orbital stacking of the aromatic components of the nucleotide bases.
In contrast, hydrophilic ("water-loving") molecules are soluble in water. The answer is water.