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The cell membrane is selectively permeable, which means…
A ______________ is composed of a phosphate and glycerol head and 2 fatty acid chain tails.
What are the carbohydrates in the cell membrane for?
How does the cell membrane help the cell maintain homeostasis?
Select all of the following that are functions of the cell membrane. (4 choices)
Which of the following is responsible for getting complex molecules across the cell membrane? (2 Choices)
What does the “fluid mosaic model” mean about the cell membrane?
Select ALL of the following that are common names for the cell membrane. (3 choices)
Bonus Question: Aquaporins are used to help get a certain substance back and forth across the cell membrane. Which substance is that? (Think about the word ‘Aquaporin’)
Which of the following molecules need assistance in getting across the cell membrane? (2 choices)
What would happen if the cell membrane was malfunctioning?
When transport proteins are used to help materials get across the cell membrane from high to low concentration without the use of energy this type of transport is called…
What is the function of cholesterol in the cell membrane?
What is the function of glycoproteins (carbohydrates attached to the end of a protein)?
What is the cell membrane largely made up of?
The head of a phospholipid is
The tail of a phospholipid is
What does homeostasis mean?
What type of cells contain a cell membrane?