1-27-10LipidsFlux

1-27-10LipidsFlux - 1.7 2d diffusion in phosphlipid bilayer...

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BIOL 13100 Biology II: Development, Structure, and Function of Organisms Nancy Pelaez, Jan 27, 2010, Purdue University, Spring 2010 Freeman (‘08) Ch 6, 42 p. 934-937, 982 Lecture 7: Flux Equations and Potential Energy (PE) of Concentration Gradients Potential energy stored in gradients across membranes 1.1 Membrane structure 1.2 Diffusion across membranes 1.3 Facilitated diffusion 1.4 Active transport Diffusion and random walk equations 1.5 Diffusion coefficients 1.6 3d diffusion in water
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Unformatted text preview: 1.7 2d diffusion in phosphlipid bilayer 1.8 Ficks First Law 1.9 Permeability Osmosis: The special case of water diffusion across membranes 1.10 Hydrostatic potential 1.11 Osmotic potential 1.12 Net flux of water Sodium/Potassium ATPase BIOL13100 Assignments Nucleic Acids lecture on Monday, Ch 4, parts of Ch 16 Finish Problem Set 1, as Problem Set 2 will appear next Monday Complete your CPR 2 essay by the deadline!...
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