Lecture++2-+Plant+Cells

Lecture++2-+Plant+Cells - 8/29/2011 Everything inside the...

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8/29/2011 1 Everything inside the plasma membrane and outside the nuclear membrane is the cytoplasm Cytoplasm = cytosol + organelles Protoplasm = cytoplasm + nucleus Plasma membrane Nuclear membrane cytoplasm 1.5 Cells and organelles are made up of membrane systems - Plasmamembrane (Plasmalema) is made up of mainly phospholipid bilayer and proteins - Fluid mosaic model explains the structure of the plasmamembrane. - Proteins can be found as integral, peripheral or anchored molecules. 1.5 Chemical structures and space-filling models of typical phospholipids - Phospholipids are esters of fatty acids - Generally one fatty acid is unsaturated
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8/29/2011 2 Nature of the molecular interactions determine the membrane structure 1.6 Different types of anchored membrane proteins 1.7 (A) Transmission electron micrograph of a plant cell; (B) Nucleus - Nucleus contains most of the genetic material of the cell & control the activity of the cell - Enclosed by a double membrane
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8/29/2011 3 1.8 The nuclear pore complex acts as a supramolecular sieve
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2011 for the course BIO 101 taught by Professor Pesthy during the Fall '07 term at Texas State.

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Lecture++2-+Plant+Cells - 8/29/2011 Everything inside the...

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