CHAPTER 7 - aquaport: transports water Types of transport...

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CHAPTER 7: Purpose of a membrane: Separate the cell from the environment Phospholipid Head-Polar; Charged; Hydrophilic Tail-Non-Polar; Not Charged; Hydrophobic An example of something that is Amphipathic (When something has both hydrophillic and hydrophobic parts. 2 Types of Protein Integral: goes all the way through the membrane Peripheral: on outside of membrane Cholesterol stabilizes membrane Glycoprotein: cellular identitites 4 types of transports uniport: one substance one direction symport: two substance one direction antiport: two substances opposite direction
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Unformatted text preview: aquaport: transports water Types of transport Diffusion Passive - goes from high to low with no help Facilitated - goes from high to low with help from proteins Active- goes from low to high with help from ATP Osmosis diffusion of water Endocytosis: things being transported into cell Pinocytosis: Water entering the cell Phagocytosis: Germs and particles entering the cell Receptor Mediated: Lets certain things into the cell. Protein Mediator Exocytosis: things being transported out of cell...
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This note was uploaded on 09/21/2011 for the course BSC 2010 taught by Professor Bowes during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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