What are glycosaminoglycans?
A) positively charged polysaccharides
B) negatively charged proteins
C) positively charged proteins
D) negatively charged polysaccharides
The cell membrane is a lipid bilayer. The lipid provide a barrier that impedes movement of water and other water-soluble substances. Protein molecules in the membrane may provide specialized pathways for passage of specific substances through the membrane.
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D. negatively charged polysaccharides
Glycosaminoglycans are negatively charged long linear polysaccharides consisting of repeating disaccharide...
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fromChapter 7 / Lesson 35
What are cell membranes and how are they constructed? What do the pieces of a cell membrane do? This lesson will answer these questions by investigating major membrane components.