Ch5 - membrane fuses with it and releases its contents outside cell 0.25 μm 1 2 3 1 2 3 Exocytosis Removal of substances cell ejects waste

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Biological Membranes Chapter 5
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Fig 5-2: Fluid Mosaic Model Eukaryotes
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Fig 5-6: The Plasma Membrane
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Fig 5-7: Integral Membrane Proteins
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Membrane Proteins
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Fig. 5-10d, p. 114
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Fig 5-11: Simple Diffusion
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Selectively Permeable Membrane
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An isotonic solution
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A Hypertonic solution:
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A hypotonic solution
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Fig 5-14: Turgor and Plasmolysis
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12_03_carrier_channel.jpg Membrane Transport Proteins: Molecules can enter the cell through a carrier or a channel protein
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Fig 5-16: Facilitated Diffusion Carrier protein transport
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Fig. 5-17a, p. 121 Sodium concentration gradient Lower Higher Cytosol Outside cell Active transport channel Lower Higher
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Fig 5-19 Co-transport of glucose and sodium ions
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Summary
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Fig. 5-20, p. 124 Vesicle approaches plasma
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Unformatted text preview: membrane, fuses with it, and releases its contents outside cell. 0.25 μm 1 2 3 1 2 3 Exocytosis Removal of substances; cell ejects waste products, secretes hormones (e.g. milk by mammary gland cell); replenishes membrane Fig 5-21 Phagocytosis Large particles enter cell Fig 5-22: Pinocytosis Dissolved materials enter cell Fig. 5-23a, p. 126 Coated pit (a) Uptake of low-density lipoprotein (LDL) particles, which transport cholesterol in the blood. Endosome Endosome Primary lysosome Clathrin recycled Secondary lysosome Free cholesterol Clathrin Cytosol Uncoated vesicle Plasma membrane LDL receptor LDL particle 1 2 3 4 5 Receptor-mediated endocytosis...
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Ch5 - membrane fuses with it and releases its contents outside cell 0.25 μm 1 2 3 1 2 3 Exocytosis Removal of substances cell ejects waste

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