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Cell Membranes & Organelle Membranes

by Thad Wilson, PhD
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    The lecture Cell Membranes & Organelle Membranes by Thad Wilson, PhD is from the course Membrane Physiology.


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    1. Cell membranes are necessary to maintain homeostasis
    2. Cell membranes are layers that passively keep substances out of cells.
    3. Cell membranes are layers that actively keep substances out of cells.
    4. Cell membranes are monolayers made of lipids that regulate outflow of ions.
    5. Cell membranes are bilayers made of glycoproteins that serve as receptors.
    1. The place where proteins are synthesized and secretions are packaged
    2. The energy storing place for the cell
    3. The place where substances are digested and recycled
    4. The place where the coding information is stored
    5. The place where hormones bind
    1. Just on the inside of the cell membrane
    2. In the nucleus
    3. In the Golgi apparatus
    4. In the mitochondria
    5. Free in the cytosol
    1. From the Golgi Apparatus
    2. From the mitochondria
    3. From the rough endoplasmic reticulum
    4. From the Nucleus
    5. From the lysosomes

    Author of lecture Cell Membranes & Organelle Membranes

     Thad Wilson, PhD

    Thad Wilson, PhD


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