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Bio Lecture 8 (9/23/11) A-T C-G 5’ to 3’ the other side of DNA goes 3’ to 5’ Antiparallel In RNA there are no A bases, they are U bases Carbs- Glycolipids, Glycoproteins Carbs are used in cell membranes to recognize cells. Like antennas
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Unformatted text preview: • Viscous- thick buttery fluidity • You want a viscous membrane because that makes it more select • Cholesterol has a small –OH group that makes it more/less fluid • Warm temps decreases fluidity • Cold temps increases fluidity •...
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