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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 05 Membranes Membranes Outline Membrane Models Fluid-Mosaic Plasma Membrane Structure and Function Phospholipids Proteins Plasma Membrane Permeability Diffusion Osmosis Transport Via Carrier Proteins Cell Surface Modifications Structure and Function: The Phospholipid Bilayer Membranes The plasma membrane is common to all cells Separates: Internal living cytoplasmic from External environment of cell Phospholipid bilayer: External surface lined with hydrophilic polar heads Cytoplasmic surface lined with hydrophilic polar heads Nonpolar, hydrophobic, fatty-acid tails sandwiched in between Unit Membrane Membranes Membrane Models Fluid-Mosaic Model Three components: Basic membrane referred to as phospholipid bilayer Protein molecules ­ Float around like icebergs on a sea ­ Membrane proteins may be peripheral or integral Peripheral proteins are found on the inner membrane surface Integral proteins are partially or wholly embedded (transmembrane) in the membrane ­ Some have carbohydrate chains attached Cholesterol Membrane Models: Unit Membrane vs. Fluid Mosaic Model The Fluid Mosaic Model Phospholipid & Cholesterol Molecules Transmembrane Proteins Lateral Migration of Membrane Proteins Membranes Functions of Membrane Proteins Channel Proteins: Tubular Allow passage of molecules through membrane Carrier Proteins: Combine with substance to be transported Assist passage of molecules through membrane Cell Recognition Proteins: Provides unique chemical ID for cells Help body recognize foreign substances Receptor Proteins: Binds with messenger molecule Causes cell to respond to message Enzymatic Proteins: Carry out metabolic reactions directly Membrane Protein Diversity Types of Transport: Active vs. Passive Membranes Plasma membrane is differentially (selectively) permeable Allows some material to pass Inhibits passage of other materials Passive Transport: No ATP requirement Molecules follow concentration gradient Active Transport Requires carrier protein Requires energy in form of ATP Types of Membrane Transport: Overview Types of Transport: Diffusion Membranes A solution consists of: A solvent (liquid) , and A solute (dissolved solid) Diffusion Net movement of solute molecules down a concentration gradient Molecules both ways along gradient More move from high to low concentration than vice versa Equilibrium: ­ When NET change stops ­ Solute concentration uniform – no gradient Types of Membrane Transport: Diffusion Types of Membrane Transport: Diffusion Across Lung Types of Transport: Osmosis Membranes Osmosis: Special case of diffusion Focuses on solvent (water) movement rather than solute Diffusion of water across a differentially (selectively) permeable membrane ­ Solute concentration on one side high, but water concentration low ­ Solute concentration on other side low, but water concentration high Water diffuses both ways across membrane but solute can’t Net movement of water is toward low water (high solute) concentration Osmotic pressure is the pressure that develops due to osmosis Types of Membrane Transport: Osmosis Types of Transport: Osmosis Membranes Isotonic Solution Solute and water concentrations equal on both sides of membrane Hypotonic Solution Concentration of solute lower than on other side Cells placed in a hypotonic solution will swell May cause cells to break – Lysis Hypertonic Solution Concentration of solute higher than on other side Cells placed in a hypertonic solution will shrink – Plasmolysis Osmotic Effects on Cells Types of Transport: Carrier Proteins Membranes Facilitated Transport ­ Small molecules ­ Can’t get through membrane lipids ­ Combine with carrier proteins ­ Follow concentration gradient Active Transport ­ Small molecules ­ Move against concentration gradient ­ Combining with carrier proteins ­ Requires energy Types of Membrane Transport: Facilitated Transport Facilitated Transport: The Sodium-Potassium Pump Membranes Types of Transport: Membrane-Assisted Transport Macromolecules transported into or out of the cell inside vesicles Exocytosis – Vesicles fuse with plasma membrane and secrete contents Endocytosis – Cells engulf substances into pouch which becomes a vesicle ­ Phagocytosis – Large, solid material into vesicle ­ Pinocytosis – Liquid or small, solid particles go into vesicle ­ Receptor-Mediated – Specific form of pinocytosis using a coated pit Membrane-Assisted Transport: Exocytosis Membrane-Assisted Transport: Three Types of Endocytosis Cell Surface Modifications: Junctions Membranes Cell Surfaces in Animals Junctions Between Cells ­ Adhesion Junctions Intercellular filaments between cells ­ Tight Junctions Form impermeable barriers ­ Gap Junctions Plasma membrane channels are joined (allows communication) Cell-Surface Modifications: Junctions Membranes Cell Surface Modifications Extracellular Matrix External meshwork of polysaccharides and proteins Found in close association with the cell that produced them Plant Cell Walls Plants have freely permeable cell wall, with cellulose as the main component ­ Plasmodesmata penetrate cell wall ­ Each contains a strand of cytoplasm ­ Allow passage of material between cells Cell-Surface Modifications: Extracellular Matrix Cell-Surface Modifications: Plasmodesmata Membranes Review Membrane Models Fluid-Mosaic Plasma Membrane Structure and Function Protein Functions Plasma Membrane Permeability ­ Diffusion ­ Osmosis ­ Transport Via Carrier Proteins Cell Surface Modifications Ending Slide Chapter 05 Membranes ...
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  • Fall '16
  • Dr.Mah
  • facilitated transport,  Internal,  Basic membrane

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