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Biology Chemistry Water Cell biology Protein Glycoproteins Transport phenomena Proteoglycan Cytosis Facilitated diffusion Carrier protein Molecular diffusion
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By modifying the bonds, surface tension can be increased - bulk flow is the movement of ions with water, which is otherwise known as solvent drag - haemolysis: rupture of red blood cells that allows for the release of haemoglobin - lysis: rupture of normal cells - In amino acids, the side chain influences the nature of the molecule. For example, the methane group means that the molecule will be non polar, and the hydroxyl group indicates that the group will be polar but not charged - denaturation can occur through an increase in temperature and also the addition of ...
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