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Membranes: Introduction

by Georgina Cornwall, PhD
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    00:02 In this lecture on membranes, we'll begin to put our knowledge of macromolecules together to form a membrane that can communicate with the outside world of the cell.

    00:12 As well as explore internal components of the cell that maintain structure.

    00:18 So by the end of this lecture, you should be able to explain how proteins, lipids and carbohydrates are involved in the structure of the cell membrane.

    00:28 As well as explain how fluidity is maintained in the cell membrane. It's not a static unit.

    00:36 Then we'll be able to describe the roles of each of the three types of cytoskeletal elements in maintaining cell's shapes and transporting molecules throughout the cell.

    00:46 And in addition, you'll be able to explain how cells stick together to associate and form tissues.


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    The lecture Membranes: Introduction by Georgina Cornwall, PhD is from the course Cellular Structure.


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    1. …maintaining the cell structure and communication with the outer environment.
    2. …controlling the changes in the surroundings of the cell.
    3. …maintaining the optimum temperature in the surrounding environment of a cell.
    4. …manageing the salt concentration outside the cell.
    5. …controlling the pH variations in the immediate cell surroundings.

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     Georgina Cornwall, PhD

    Georgina Cornwall, PhD


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    Very Simple but great explanation
    By Abdullahi A. on 10. January 2018 for Membranes: Introduction

    I learned a lot about cell structure in the most simple and efficient way.