(a) A Zar who eats Terumah and a Zar who eats Chalah be'Meizid - are both Chayav Misah bi'Yedei Shamayim.
(b) They pay an extra Chomesh - to any Kohen they please, for eating them be'Shogeg.
(c) Despite the two previous rulings, the Tana may find it necessary to continue 'va'Asurim le'Zarim' - if he holds that one is Chayav for eating half Shi'ur (for which one is Chayav neither Misah nor Chomesh), as is the opinion of Rebbi Yochanan.
(d) When the Tana says 've'Hein Nechsei Kohen', he means - that the Kohen may purchase with it whatever he pleases (even Avadim, Karka'os and Beheimah Temei'ah).
(a) In order to become Batel, they need to fall into - a hundred of Chulin.
(b) When the Tana says 'u'Te'unin Rechitzas Yadayim' he means - that whoever touches them must first wash his hands, since S'tam hands are considered Sheniyos le'Tum'ah.
(c) A Tamei Kohen becomes permitted to eat them - only when the nightfall after he has Toveled, arrives.
(a) The Tana forbids separating Tahor Terumah and Chalah to cover Tamei Tevel - in case he places them together (known as 'min ha'Mukaf', which is obligatory), until they touch each other (which is not).
(b) Both Terumah and Chalah are subject to 'Gemar Melachah'. The Gemar Melachah of Chalah is - the kneading.
(c) The final ruling the Tana learns from the Pasuk "*Reishis* Arisoseichem" (regarding both Chalah and Terumah) is - that one may only give a part of one's Tevel to the Kohen, leaving some over for oneself.
(d) We learn that Chalah has the Din of Terumah (and in the final ruling, vice-versa) - from the fact that the Torah in Parshas Sh'lach-L'cha, also refers to Chalah as 'Terumah'.