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BIO303 MIDTERM TEST

BIO303 MIDTERM TEST

 

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a special preparation method for the electron microscope,
Freezing-fractures indicate proteins buried in the lipid layer of cellular membranes (Figure 5.3). potential bumps
It is known to protrude from the membranes
Pure lipid is not found in double layers.

According to the liquid mosaic model, proteins and
The lipids in a membrane are independent of each other and interact without moving. Polar nodes of proteins can interact with polar nodes and nonpolar regions of lipids
The two molecules interact hydrophobically.
There are two general types of membrane proteins:

Membrane integrated proteins have hydrophobic regions
And enter the Phospholipid player. many of them
Proteins have long hydrophobic helical regions
Hide the player’s hydrophobic center. their hydrophilic nodes diffuse into the water environment
both sides of the membrane.

Hydrophobic regions lack peripheral membrane proteins
and is not embedded in the dipole. On the contrary, they have
Polar or charged regions in contact with equal regions.

in exposed regions of membrane integrated proteins or phospholipid molecules.
Some membrane proteins are attached to fat
Acids or other lipid groups. These proteins can be classified as
As a special type of integrated protein, their hydrophobic
they allow parts of the lipids to enter themselves
lipid player.

Proteins are locally distributed asymmetrically and
The outer surface of a membrane. membrane integrated protein
appear on both sides of the so-called membrane
Transmembrane proteins show different “faces” in both
membrane surface. Such proteins have specific cells on the exterior of the membrane as well as in other cells.
within the membrane and other internal domains
edge of the membrane. Peripheral membrane proteins are localized to one part or another of the membrane, but are not.

 

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