bio110 lecture 10-21

bio110 lecture 10-21 - Simple Diffusion Diffusion of water...

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Membranes Stration Review Transport Diffusion ___ Diffusion Active Tangent Cell Size variations Assembly = Phophalipid Hormone replacement theorpy taking phytosterols after menopause Surface membranes have carbohdrates associated with them. Short Distance Transport: Long Distance Trans: Oxygen into the lungs into the blood cells and bloodcells throughout the body. Most multicelluar organisms require a circular system. Diffusion : Is a physical redistribution process. o Powered by Knetic energy of molecules. o Until quilibrium is established o Glycine 50microne in less than 1 second. 1-2m = 8 years! Non – Linear relationship between distance and time. Rate of Diffusion o Atom Molecule o Temp UP o Conc Gradient o Cout – Cin/X = DeltaC/DeltaX
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Unformatted text preview: Simple Diffusion Diffusion of water Osmosis Aquaporin H2O 18g/mol Nitro 28 Oxy 32 OUT IN Low CO2 -----------------------------High CO2 Metabolism High 02 ---------------------------- O2 (Low Fusion Down their Gradients Requires no special molecules. Facilitated Diffusion Out In High Sugar--- 0---------- Low Sugar Transport Protein Active Transport: Is transport against the concentration grading. Requires special protiens Supply of Energy ATP hydration. Energy Cells Small o Prokaryotes o Lower Range of cell size: Minimum biochemical Machinery o Nanobacteria 40-140nm o .040-0.14 pm o Large Size o (SA)/(V) o r2/r3...
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