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1014MSC Complete Study Notes

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Complete and comprehensive study notes for Cell, Tissues and Regulation 1014MSC. These notes cover all the content taught in this course.

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Anatomy Biology Organelles Membrane biology Cell biology Connective tissue Epithelium Tissue Osteoblast Cell membrane Matrix Collagen
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Anatomy Biology Organelles Membrane biology Cell biology Connective tissue Epithelium Tissue Osteoblast Cell membrane Matrix Collagen
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- DNA organised in nucleoid - Plasmids – short segments of DNA genes which aid survival - Small size - Nucleus and nuclear envelope - Cytosol - Organelles - Inclusions - Large size Structure and Function of Plasma Membrane - Structure – flexible, fragile, transparent barrier o Two lipid (fat) layers arranged tail-to-tail with non-polar tails inside, polar head outside hence self- aligning maintaining cell shape – contains mainly phospholipids, glycolipids (external surface for signalling) and cholesterol (keeps membrane fluid) o Proteins scattered through to perform specialised functions (most are transmembrane) ▪ Integral proteins – embedded – act as channels/pumps transporting matter in and out of the cell ▪ Peripheral proteins – loosely attached (removable) – recognition sites - Function o Allows nutrient movement and molecular transport o Controls ionic comp...
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