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# When a baseball player catches a ball, the force of the ball onher glove is as shown as

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Problem 5.36

When a baseball player catches a ball, the force of the ball onher glove is as shown as a function of time in Fig. P5.36. Describehow this situation is similar to the force generated by the deflectionof a jet of water by a vane. Note: Consider many baseballs beingcaught in quick succession.

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Cell Bio  Fig 10-1b o A three dimensional schematic view of a cell membrane o Overview of membrane structure- the fluid mosaic model o Cell membrane are lipid bilayers o Proteins are major membrane components o Lipids and other membrane components are fluid- 2-D diffusion  Fig 10-2 o A membrane molecule is amphipathic o Hydrophilic head o Hydrophobic tail  Fig E12-7 o 3 major classes of membrane lipids  Phospholipids  Phosphogylcerides  Sphingolipds  Gylcolipids  Either glycerol- or sphingosine based  Cerebrosides  Ganglioside  Sterols  Cholestorol is the most common  Fig 10-3 o 4 major phospholipids o Sphingomyelin is derived from sphingosine is therefore a sphingolipid  Fig 10-2 o A phosphatidylcholine o Choline-phosphate-glycerol-fatty acid tail  Fig 10-7 o Packing arrangements of amphilic molecules in aqueous environment o Micelles- one layer o Lipid bilateral is two  Fig 10-9 o Liposomes are commonly used as model membranes in experiments o A small spherical lipisome seen in cross section  Fig 10-10 o Mobility of phospholipi

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