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This controls the traffic in and out of cells, and is the outer most membrane of the cell.
This is the most abundant lipids in membrane.
These are embedded within the phospholipid bilayers and determine the membrane's specific function.
This is located in the membrane and acts as a temperature buffer.
These completely span the membrane.
When do membranes of plants increase 1% of saturated fat.
Carbs bonded to proteins are called what?
How do membrane carbs bond to lipids called glycolipids?
These types of proteins penetrate the hydrophobic core of the lipid bilayer.
These are loosely bound to the surface of the membrane, and not in the lipid bilayer at all.
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When a cell does not have to expend energy to make diffusion happen it is called.
The ability of a solution to cause a cell to gain or lose water is called
The control of water balance is
Proteins that provide corridores that allow specific molecules or ions to cross the membrane are
As the plant cell shrivels and it's plasma membrane pulls away from the wall, it is called
What do carrier proteins carry?
What is the energy source that proteins use to move substances across the membrane?
Which transport system exchanges Na+ for K+ across the plasma membrane of animal cells?
The combination of forces acting on an ion is called
A general term for any molecule that binds specifically to a receptor site of another molecule.

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