Chapter 5 Notes-Cell Membrane

Chapter 5 Notes-Cell Membrane - BIOLV01 Algiers, K. Chapter...

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BIOLV01 Algiers, K. Chapter 5 Notes- Cell Membrane Cell Membrane = Plasma Membrane Functions: Isolates the cell’s contents from __________________________ Regulates the flow of __________________________________ Allows ____________ with other cells Plasma Membrane Structure: Fluid Mosaic Model: double layer of ______________ form ___________________ in which _______________ move about in Phospholipids (pg 79, fig 5-2) __________ at room temperature The more ____________ are created, the more ___________ (pg 80 Fig 5-4) Most biological molecules ( salts, amino acids, sugars, etc) are _______________ Can come into contact with ________________ Cannot pass through ________________ 1
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BIOLV01 Algiers, K. Phospholipids and Snake Venom __________________ toxin - _____________________ system __________________ toxin - _____________ system and ________________ ______________________ breaks down phospholipids in the plasma membrane Cholesterol Found in most ________________ cells Functions 1. Makes the bilayer ______________ and more ____________ 2. __________________________ (more fluid, yet slows down phospholipid movement) 3. _________ permeable to ____________________ Proteins ____________________within or ____________________to the phospholipid layer ____________________– proteins with carbohydrates attached to the exposed side
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2012 for the course BIOL V01 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Ventura College.

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Chapter 5 Notes-Cell Membrane - BIOLV01 Algiers, K. Chapter...

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