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Definitions: hydrophilic, hydrophobic, polar, charge, amphipathic, integral membrane protein, peripheral membrane protein, glycoprotein, polarity, semipermeable. How the criteria of size, charge, polarity and hydrophilicity/hydropathy determine whether a molecule will pass through the membrane. The composition of membranes. The amino acid requirements of proteins and how they are placed within the membrane. The different parts (parts of the polar head group, phosphate, glycerol, fatty acid tails) of phospholipids and the 4 different types (serine, choline, ethanolamine, inositol). You do not need to know the actual chemical structures! The influence of cholesterol and shape of fatty acid tails in determining membrane fluidity – What determines membrane fluidity?

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