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Department
Biology
Course
BIOL 1090
Professor
Wright& Newmaster
Semester
Fall

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Biological membranes – dynamic, composed of lipids AND proteins ↑ unsaturated lipids = ↑ fluidity ↑ temperature = ↑ fluidity = crystal state Virion – does NOT have a nucleus Passive modes of transport across a membrane – transport via a glucose transporter; transport though a ligand-gated channel Requires energy – movement UP its concentration gradient Electrochemical gradient is generated across the inner membrane within the mitochondria Dystrophin will not have contained a signal sequence at its N-terminus Collagen – most likely to be glycosylated Cholesterol – most likely to be found in a membrane lipid raft Hydrophobic Helical Domain – allow a protein to be an integral membrane Golgi – site of post-t
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