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What is the main componant of a membrane
Phospholipids
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What happends to membranes in water
phosopholipids are charged and so are water soluable so it can be dissolved in water.When poured into water the phosopholipids the heads dissolve and the tails float on top.
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When does a phospholipic bilayer occur
When there is a ambiotic layer when it has a charges head and an uncharged tail which are not bonded together but just move-fluid structure.
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What are the componants of the membrane
The phosopholipids are free to move which is why membranes form so easily which have intrinsic and extrinistic proteins which make the fluid mosiac model as it moves around.
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What is the function of the membrane
Role to get things over the membrane
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phosopholipids are charged and so are water soluable so it can be dissolved in water.When poured into water the phosopholipids the heads dissolve and the tails float on top.

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