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I was doing some work on the Fluid Mosaic Model.

I need to list the parts and functions. I have the following parts; glycolipid, glycoprotein, carbohydrate chain, phospholipid bilayer, integral protein, cholesterol, peripheral protein, and filaments of the cytoskeleton.

I can find definition of these terms/parts, but I don't know what their functions are.

Can anyone provide like a one or two sentance function for each term. Or provide me with a good link?!

I would appreciate it.

Brad

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    Might want to look them up one by one.

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    anyone else have any ideas. that is not working well either

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    I don't see why you are having difficulty. I took the first word, used Google and ent ered "function of...."

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