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Lipid Bilayer: Structure & Intracellular and Extracellular Fluid

by Thad Wilson, PhD
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    The lecture Lipid Bilayer: Structure & Intracellular and Extracellular Fluid by Thad Wilson, PhD is from the course Membrane Physiology.


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    1. Toward the inside and outside of the cell
    2. Toward the extracellular matrix only
    3. Toward the nucleus
    4. Toward the hydrophobic side
    5. Toward the hydrophilic side on the inside of the cell
    1. Potassium
    2. Magnesium
    3. Chloride
    4. Bicarbonate
    1. Phospholipids, glycoproteins and cholesterol
    2. Proteins
    3. Triglycerides
    4. Recurring glucose moieties
    5. Glucose, proteins and triglycerides
    1. Five nanometers
    2. Ten nanometers
    3. Eight microns
    4. Three microns
    5. Two microns
    1. The hydrophobic, or non-polar ends
    2. The polar ends
    3. The round-headed ends
    4. The ionized ends
    5. The electrically charged ends
    1. Side to side or rotate
    2. Flip
    3. Upside down and sideways
    4. Exchange position with parts of the glycoproteins
    5. Separate heads from tails
    1. To establish an electrochemical gradient
    2. Because the intracellular protein components are ionized
    3. Because the extracellular fluid has the most ions
    4. Because the intracellular fluid has the most ions
    5. Because the extracellular fluid has the most proteins
    1. Pores
    2. Ion Channels
    3. Solute Carriers
    4. ABC transporters
    5. V Type ATPases
    1. The pH is roughly the same in all compartments
    2. In the intracellular compartment
    3. In the extracellular compartment
    4. In the interstitial fluid
    5. In the intravascular compartment
    1. In the intracellular compartment
    2. In the extracellular compartment
    3. In the interstitial fluid
    4. In the intravascular compartment
    5. Roughly the same in all compartments

    Author of lecture Lipid Bilayer: Structure & Intracellular and Extracellular Fluid

     Thad Wilson, PhD

    Thad Wilson, PhD


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