LB145 Sec 001-004. Today’s Outline. HAND IN StudyNotes – front of classroom. Homework Assignment due on Tuesday. Create a Classroom Code of Conduct. Protein review. Lipids + Membranes A human experiment Membrane transport. What is a protein?. What do proteins do?.
Campbell 8e, Fig. 5.15
Campbell 8e, Fig. 5.13b
Fatty acids form ester bonds with glycerol
Fats consist of glycerol linked to three fatty acids
Campbell 8e, Fig. 5.13
The individual phospholipid molecules in lipid bilayer membranes are in constant motion
Membranes are dynamic structures
The Role of Steroids
Which is true?
Which of the following statements about unsaturated fat is true?
A human experiment…
Transmembrane proteins are imperative for cellular transport.
Carrier proteins or transporters
Passive facilitated processes
Active facilitated process
Potassium ions enter
Positive charge triggers channel to open.
Molecules can be transported againstan electrochemical concentration gradient.
This requires energy.
Small, non-polar, uncharged
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Compare and contrast simple diffusion, facilitated diffusion, and active transport across a biological lipid bilayer membrane.
- Define each process as applied to a biological lipid bilayer membrane.
- Provide a specific example of each process as applied to a biological lipid bilayer membrane.
- Describe each example (what’s going on? how does it work?).
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