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Fluid mosaic model

Raven Biology Chapter 5 Notes

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Gavin Morgan 10/9/2015 Chapter 5 2-Point Notes The fluid mosaic model shows proteins embedded in a fluid lipid bilayer: 1. The lipid layer that forms the foundation of a cell?s membranes is a bilayer formed of phospholipids. 2. Globular proteins are inserted into the lipid bilayer, with their nonpolar segments in contact with the nonpolar interior of the bilayer and their polar portions protruding out from the membrane surface. Cellular membranes consist of four component groups: 1. A eukaryotic cell contains many membranes. 2. Cell membranes are assembled from: Phospholipid bilayers, transmembrane proteins, interior protein networks, and cell-surface markers.
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