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BIO303 MIDTERM PDF

BIO303 MIDTERM PDF

 

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. because the molecules are moving slowly and
Fluid is reduced at lower temperatures, and membrane function may be reduced in organisms that are unable to maintain their bodies.
Some creatures are simple to solve this problem
Change the lipid composition of their membranes in the cold
Positions are replaced by saturated non-fatty acids
and the use of short-tailed fatty acids. play variations like this a
an area in the existence of plants and dormant animals and
Bacteria in winter.

Membrane proteins are asymmetrically distributed
All biological membranes contain proteins. In general, plasma
There is one protein molecule in the membrane for every 25 positive molecules. However, this ratio will vary
in the membrane process.

In the inner membrane of mitochondria, it specializes in processing energy.
One protein for every 15 lipids. Melin on the other hand,
a membrane in many nerve cells and is used
Properties of lipids to act only as an electrical insulator
One protein to 70 lipids.

Many membrane proteins are embedded, or elongated
On the other hand, Lipid Player. Like phospholipids, these proteins
There are hydrophilic and hydrophobic regions:
Hydrophilic region: specificity of amino acids with hydrophilic R groups (side chains;

A polar vessel of proteins. those parts, or
The regions, when in contact with water, are the aqueous extracellular environment or cytoplasm.
Hydrophobic Regions: The stretching of amino acids with hydrophobic R groups gives polarity to other protein regions. Those domains interact with fatty acids
chains in lipid player away from water.

 

 

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