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Biology
Course
BIOL 3096
Professor
Joel Sheffield
Semester
Fall

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Sheffield Week 8 Monday 10/14/13 Lecture 20 – Uptake RequiringATP How things get into Cells Proteins and small molecules • Diffusion ◦ Free Diffusion, Simple Diffusion – These are lipid soluble compound, can pass directly through the plasma membrane, thus aliphatic compounds like steroids. ◦ Facilitated Diffusion – Occurs through a channel, is like Free diffusion in that it does not require extra energy, flow through these channels follows the diffusion gradient. Ions, certain sugars, water (aquaporin in plasma membrane and porin in mitochondria) flow through these channels. Without these channels, flow through the membrane of these substances would be greatly slowed. ◦ For channels, thus Facilitated Diffusion, you will reach a saturation point. Not so with Free Diffusion ◦ There are also Gated Channels, in which the opening is controlled in various ways. ◦ Answering the question of how a Potassium channel blocks Na ions; there are carbonyl groups all around the entrance of the channel, Na is small so it is drawn particularly to one + random carbonyl, and this results in it being stopped from continuing downward. K is much larger, and because of its size it is equally drawn to all the carbonyl sites, so remains in the relative center of the channel, and so passes through. ◦ Gated Channels, K , Na , Ca , etc. ◦ There a
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