Draw a normal ECG pattern. Label and explain the significance of its deflection waves.
BIO 130 Biological Membranes All cells encloses the contents of entire cell Membrane Functions Selectively permeable, transport, response to signals, energy transduction, compartmentalization, scaffold Membrane Phospholipids Polar heads, non polar tails. Phospatidyl (Choline (PC), Serine (PS), ethanolamine (PE), inositol (PI). How Phospholipids affect Membrane Fluidity Tight or free tails, length of fatty acid tails, saturation of fatty acids, cholesterol Temperature and Membrane Fluidity As temperature drops fluidity decreases, and at low temperatures hydrophobic tails pack together to form gels Regulation of Membrane Fluidity Alter phospholipids, desaturate fatty acids, change length of fatty acids, adjust the amount of cholesterol Membrane assembly in ER Catalyzed by enzymes in cy