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What is the basic structure of cell membrane?
two layers of phospholipid
Prokaryotic cells:
no nucleus, no membrane-bound region for DNA materials
Eukaryotic cells
membrane bound nucleus
what do all cells have?
plasma membrane
DNA region
Do animal cells have chloroplast?
What gives the membrane fluid properties?
lipid bilayer
Danielli's unit membrane hypothesis:
-pores: water can go through/get absorbed by the cell
-membrane has poles
-diff layers of wetability=protien layer
Fluid Mosaic Model:
-membrane=mosaic of lipids and protiens
-things can float through
What increases faster, cell volume or surface area?
cell volume