Bio 1A Lect 5 Quiz Answers

Bio 1A Lect 5 Quiz Answers - B io 1A Lect 5 Quiz Answers...

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Bio 1A Lect 5 Quiz Answers amphipathic Aquaporins Bulk transport cell-cell recognition chemical force Diffusion mbrane potential on the ion's  p electrochemical gradient endocytosis exocytosis faces flip-flop fluid-mosaic model gains higher Hypertonic Hypotonic intercellular joining Isotonic loses lower Osmosis passive Peripheral Phospholipids polar molecules positive and negative sandwich selective permeability sodium-potassium pump Tonicity transport Transport proteins     1) The  plasma membrane  is the boundary that separates the living cell from its surroundings. The plasma membrane exhibit 2) Freeze-fracture  experiments have shown that the fluid-mosaic model is correct, as opposed to the  sandwich  model which 3)
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Bio 1A Lect 5 Quiz Answers Phospholipids can move in the bilayer. Most of the lipids and some proteins drift  laterally . Rarely does a molecule  flip-flop 4) Membrane proteins have six functions which include 
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