A double layer of phospholipids that makes up plasma and organelle membranes?
Our plasma membrane and organelles are bound by phospholipid bilayer. Proteins embedded in phospholipid bilayer have hydrophilic and hydrophobic nature. Plasma membrane have selective permeable property. ...
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Are cellular organelles associated with membranes?
Yes, all organelles within the cell are bound by membranes that are all made up of the same basic structure but have different kinds of proteins within them that allow them to have a distinct cellular function. These membranes are always in exchange with one another as well, things called vesicles will bud off from one membrane and fuse with another to deliver things from one organelle to another. So for example the nucleus is bound by the nuclear membrane and the...
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Which one of the following componets makes up the largest porition of plasma?
which one of the following componets makes up the largest portion of plasma ...
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What molecule makes up the primary structure of a cell membranes?
The plasma membrane in a cell consists of glucose molecutes, phosolipids, cholesterol, and carbohydrates. Phosolipids have two fatty acid molecules and a phosophate group. ...