2 edition of Physical principles of biological membranes found in the catalog.
Physical principles of biological membranes
Coral Gables Conference on Physical Principles of Biological Membranes (1968 University of Miami)
|Statement||Edited by F. Snell [and others]|
|Contributions||Snell, Fred M., ed., University of Miami. Center for Theoretical Studies.|
|LC Classifications||QH601 .C67 1968|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 435 p.|
|Number of Pages||435|
|LC Control Number||75094077|
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Physical Methods on Biological Membranes and Their Model Systems (Nato Science Series A: (Closed)) Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. EditionFormat: Paperback. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Coral Gables Conference on Physical Principles of Biological Membranes ( University of Miami).
Physical principles of biological membranes. About this book. Reprint of the original edition. Physical Properties of Biological Membranes and their Functional Implications was originated from a series of lectures given in a course on the physical properties of biological membranes and their functional implica- tions.
The course was intended to allow students to get acquainted with the physical techniques used to study biological. Biological membranes are the seat of interactions between cells and the rest of the world, and internally, they are at the core of complex dynamic reorganizations and chemical reactions.
Despite the long Physical principles of biological membranes book of membrane research in biophysics, the physics of cell membranes as well as of biomimetic or synthetic membranes is a rapidly developing field.
The first half of this book focused on the composition and structure of biological membranes (Part I. Membrane Composition and Structure). The last half of the book will concentrate on membrane function (Part II. Membrane Biological Functions). Since biological membranes are such extremely complex entities, composition, structure and, function are so completely integrated that it is impossible.
Maintaining a working range of fluidity is important to the cell: if the membrane is too rigid, then it may be unable to move or undergo necessary processes such as endocytosis, in which a cell takes up large extra-cellular molecules by enveloping them with the cell membrane and pinching it off in a vesicle; while if it becomes too fluid, it may lose integrity and fall apart.
Physical principles of membrane organization brane structure so far postulated fall into the biological rather than the physical definition of understanding: they are descriptive models rather than quantitative theories.
In this article we review the experi-mental data relating to lipid and lipid-protein interactions with the aim. Physical chemistry explains the principles of self-organization of lipids into bilayers that form the matrix of biological membranes, and continuum theory of membrane Cited by: REVIEW OF BIOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES.
Develop an understanding of the physical, chemical, and cellular basis of life. Structure and Functions of Organic Molecules (carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, nucleic acids) Structure and Functions of Cells, Cellular Organelles, Cell Specialization, Communication Among Cells Cell as a Living System, Homeostasis, Cellular Transport, Energy Use and Release in.
Membranes are fluids • The lipid bilayer gives the membranes its fluid characteristics. See next fig • NB: At low temperatures, the bilayer is in a gel state and tightly packed. At higher (body) temperatures, the bilayer actually "melts' and the interior is fluid allowing the lipid molecules to move around, rotate, exchange places.
Get this from a library. Physical Properties of Biological Membranes and Their Functional Implications. [Cecilia Hidalgo] -- This book was originated from a series of lectures given in a course on the physical properties of biological membranes and their functional implica tions.
The course was intended to allow students. Physical Methods on Biological Membranes and Their Model Systems by F. Conti Overview - This book examines in depth the theory, instrumental innova- tions, potential applications and limitations of the different techniques -- NMR, EPR, DSC, spectrofluorimetry, and electron microscopy -- that are being used to investigate the function and structure of biological membranes and their model systems.
This chapter provides an introduction to the membrane bioreactor (MBR). MBR refers to water and wastewater treatment processes, which integrate a permselective membrane with a biological process.
Commercial MBR processes employ the membrane as a filter, rejecting the solid materials developed by the biological process to provide a clarified and disinfected product.
Introductory Biochemistry by University of Lethbridge. This note explains the following topics: Structure and physical properties of amino acids, Solubility, chromatographic and electrophoretic separation methods, Evolution of protein primary sequences, Protein secondary structures, Protein secondary structures, Protein tertiary structure and energetics, Biological catalysts and the study of.
a biological membrane depends on all thermodynamic variables. These dependencies are discussed throughout this article. Thus, in this article we focus rather on the properties of membranes as a whole than on the proper-ties and functions of the individual molecules.
The composition of membranes is complex (see section 2 for details).File Size: KB. An understanding of the physical principles that govern the molecular organization of membranes is essential for an understanding of their physiological roles since structure and function are much more interdependent in membranes than in, say, simple chemical reactions in solution.
We must recognize, however, that the word ‘understanding Cited by: Introduction to biophysics. This introductory note on biophysics introduces the principles of electrical excitability of cell membranes, which form the basis of all information processing in the nervous system.
BOOKS The recommended books are * P.R. Bergethon and E.R. Simmons, Biophysical Chemistry (Molecules to Membranes),Springer-Verlag * D. Eisenberg and D. Carothers, Physical Chemistry with Applications to Life Sciences,Benjamin/Cummins * J.
Stenesh, Core Topics in Biochemistry,Cogno Press. The first chapter describes innovative methods to mimic the prevailing asymmetry in biological membranes by forming asymmetrical membranes made of monolayers with different compositions. One of the chapters illustrates how physical parameters, like curvature and elasticity, can affect and modulate the interactions between lipids and proteins.
The physical state of the biological membranes at any instant of time may depend on many complex chemical, thermal, mechanical and interrelated changes in the surroundings. However, I concentrate on the behavior that results from changes in surface tension (pressure) and temperature.
The Structure of Biological Membranes, Third Edition provides readers with an understanding of membrane structure and function that is rooted in the history of the field and brought to the forefront of current knowledge. The first part of the book focuses on the fundamentals of lipid bilayers and membrane proteins.
The book covers physical principles as well as mechanisms of membrane fusion and fission. Additionally, chapters on bilayer structure and protein-lipid interactions as well as on how proteins shape lipids and vice versa, membrane penetration by toxins, protein sorting, and allosteric regulation of signal transduction across membranes make this.
Biophysics is the science of physical principles underlying all processes of life, including the dynamics and kinetics of biological fully revised 2nd English edition is an introductory text that spans all steps of biological organization, from the molecular, to the organism level, as well as influences of environmental factors.
In response to the enormous progress recently made.