Molecular & Cell Biology (Lecture 1-6)

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Compounds that bind to 'faciliative transporters' to cross membrane are traveling through...
Cell part: contains genome; ribosome assembly
An assembly of carbohydrate groups attached to lipids/proteins on outer membrane
Small areas of the plasma membrane that are enriched in certain types of lipids
Name for a virus outside of a 'host' cell
The type of charge more prevalant inside a cell
Folds formed by inner mitochondrial membrane
Lipid movement from leaflet to leaflet in the bilayer is
General term for movement down a concentration gradient
Class of proteins that are attached to a lipid in the bilayer
Enzyme the synthesizes ATP
Cell part: degradation of cellular material
Structurally 'simpler' cells
Cell part: protein modification and packaging
The fluidity of a biological membrane is determined by the types of lipids and...
Channels that respond to binding of specific molecules
Another word for vesicular transport
Very small, uncharge molecules cross membranes through...
Stacks of 'sacs' withing the endomembrane system
This type of molecule plays a large role in regulating membrane fluidity
DefinitionTerm
The temperature at which a membrane goes from a liquid crystal state to a crystalline state is called the...
In short, planned cell death
Class of proteins that associate with the surfaces of the lipid bilayer
Structurally 'more complex' cells
Class of proteins that span the lipid bilayer
Oxidative phosphorylation is used to make this 'energetic' molecule
Cell part: responsible for ATP synthesis and apoptosis
This type of interaction is the driving force for the formation of lipid bilayers
Channels that respond to changes in charge across the membrane
Small, charged molecules cross membranes through...
Lipids in biological membranes are not exclusively hydrophobic or hydrophilic. They are...
NADH and FADH2 are examples of...
Viral infection in which the viral DNA is inserted into the host genome
Type of gradient caused by electron transport and proton pumping in the mitochondria
Channels in outer mitochondrial membrane
Series of electron carries on the inner mitochondrial membrane
Proteins and lipids are most likely to be glycosylated on this side of the cell
Molecules traveling UP a concentration gradient (thus requiring energy) cross a membrane through...
Viral protein capsule
Viral infection in which the production of virus particles ruptures (and kills) the cell

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