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  • 1. Membrane Transport and the Membrane Potential www.freelivedoctor.com
  • 2. Extracellular Environment
    • Includes all parts of the body outside of cells
      • Cells receive nourishment
      • Cells release waste
      • Cells interact (through chemical mediators)
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  • 3. Body Fluids
    • Two compartments
      • Intracellular (~67% of body’s H 2 0)
      • Extracellular (~33% of body’s H 2 0)
        • Blood plasma: about 20% of this
        • Tissue fluid (or interstitial fluid)
          • Includes extracellular matrix
        • Lymph
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  • 4. Extracellular matrix
    • Connective tissue
      • Fibers
        • Collegen
          • about 15 kinds
          • In the basal lamina bind to carbo on plasma membrane
          • Then binds to matrix of CT
            • Proteoglycans and glycoproteins
            • Binds ET to CT
        • Elastin
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  • 5. Extracellular matrix
    • Ground substance
        • Interstitial fluid is in the hydrated gel
        • Chemically complex
          • Molecules linked to the fibers
          • Carbohydrates on plasma membrane
          • Glycoproteins
          • Proteoglycans
        • Integrins
          • Kind of glycoprotein
          • From cytoskeleton to extracellular matrix
          • “ glue” cells to matrix
          • Relay signals between these compartments
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  • 6. Transport across cell membrane
    • Plasma (cell) membrane
      • Is selectively permeable
        • Generally not permeable to
          • Proteins
          • Nucleic acids
        • Selectively permeable to
          • Ions
          • Nutrients
          • Waste
      • It is a biological interface between the two compartments
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  • 7. Transport across cell membrane
    • Plasma (cell) membrane
      • Site of chemical reactions
        • Enzymes located in it
        • Receptors: can bond to molecular signals
        • Transporter molecules
      • Recognition factors: allow for cellular adhesion
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  • 8. Transport across cell membrane
    • Transport categories
      • Based on structure
        • Carrier-mediated
          • Facilitated diffusion
          • Active transport
        • Non-carrier mediated
          • Diffusion
          • Osmosis
          • Bulk flow (pressure gradients)
        • Vesicle mediated
          • Exocytosis
          • Endocytosis
            • Pinocytosis
            • phagocytosis
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  • 9. Transport across cell membrane
      • Based on energy requirements
        • Passive transport
          • Based on concentration gradient
          • Does not use metabolic energy
        • Active transport
          • Against a gragient
          • Uses metabolic energy
          • Involves specific carriers
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  • 10. Diffusion and Osmosis
    • Cell membrane separates ICF from ECF.
    • Cell membrane is selectively permeable.
    • Mechanisms to transport molecules and ions through the cell membrane:
      • Carrier mediated transport
      • Non-carrier mediated transport
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  • 11. Diffusion and Osmosis
    • Energy requirements for transport through the cell membrane:
      • Passive transport:
        • Net movement down a concentration gradient.
      • Active transport:
        • Net movement against a concentration gradient.
        • Requires energy.
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  • 12. Diffusion
    • Physical process that occurs:
      • Concentration difference across the membrane
      • Membrane is permeable to the diffusing substance.
    • Molecules/ions are in constant state of random motion due to their thermal energy.
      • Eliminates a concentration gradient and distributes the molecules uniformly.
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  • 13. Diffusion Slide number: 1 www.freelivedoctor.com Solute Solvent
  • 14. Diffusion Slide number: 2 www.freelivedoctor.com Solute Solvent
  • 15. Diffusion Slide number: 3 www.freelivedoctor.com
  • 16. Diffusion Slide number: 4 www.freelivedoctor.com
  • 17. Diffusion Through Cell Membrane
    • Cell membrane permeable to:
      • Non-polar molecules (0 2 )
      • Lipid soluble molecules (steroids)
      • Small polar covalent bonds (C0 2 )
      • H 2 0 (small size, lack charge)
    • Cell membrane impermeable to:
      • Large polar molecules (glucose)
      • Charged inorganic ions (Na + )
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  • 18. Rate of Diffusion
    • Dependent upon:
      • The magnitude of concentration gradient.
        • Driving force of diffusion.
      • Permeability of the membrane.
        • Neuronal cell membrane 20 x more permeable to K + than Na + .
      • Temperature.
        • Higher temperature, faster diffusion rate.
      • Surface area of the membrane.
        • Microvilli increase surface area.
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  • 19. Osmosis
    • Net diffusion of H 2 0 across a selectively permeable membrane.
    • 2 requirements for osmosis:
      • Must be difference in solute concentration on the 2 sides of the membrane.
      • Membrane must be impermeable to the
      • solute.
      • Osmotically active solutes : solutes that cannot pass freely through the membrane.
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  • 20. Effects of Osmosis
    • Movement of H 2 0 form high concentration of H 2 0 to lower concentration of H 2 0.
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  • 21. H 2 0 moves by osmosis into the lower H 2 0 concentration until equilibrium is reached (270 g/l glucose). www.freelivedoctor.com
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    • The force that would have to be exerted to prevent osmosis.
    • Indicates how strongly the solution “draws” H 2 0 into it by osmosis.
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  • 24. Molality and Osmolality
    • Ratio of solute to H 2 0 critical to osmosis.
    • Use molality (1.0 m):
      • 1 mole of solute is dissolved in 1 kg H 2 0.
    • Osmolality (Osm):
      • Total molality of a solution.
    • Plasma osmolality = 300 mOsm/l.
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    • NaCl ionized when dissolved in H 2 0 forms 1 mole of Na + and 1 mole of Cl - , thus has a concentration of 2 Osm.
    • Glucose when dissolved in H 2 0 forms 1 mole, thus has a concentration of 1 Osm.
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  • 26. Tonicity
    • The effect of a solution on the osmotic movement of H 2 0.
    • Isotonic:
      • Equal tension to plasma.
      • RBCs will not gain or lose H 2 0.
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  • 27. Tonicity
    • Hypotonic:
      • Osmotically active solutes in a lower osmolality and osmotic pressure than plasma.
      • RBC will hemolyse.
    • Hypertonic:
      • Osmotically active solutes in a higher osmolality and osmotic pressure than plasma.
      • RBC will crenate.
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  • 28. Regulation of Plasma Osmolality
    • Maintained in narrow range.
    • Reguatory Mechanisms:
    • Osmoreceptors stimulate hypothalamus:
      • ADH released.
      • Thirst increased.
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  • 29. Carrier-Mediated Transport
    • Transport across cell membrane by protein carriers.
    • Characteristics of protein carriers:
      • Specificity:
        • Interact with specific molecule only.
      • Competition:
        • Molecules with similar chemical structures compete for carrier site.
      • Saturation:
        • Carrier sites filled.
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    • Transport maximum (Tm):
      • Carriers have become saturated.
    • Competition:
      • Molecules X and Y compete for same carrier.
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  • 31. Facilitated Diffusion
    • Facilitated diffusion:
    • Passive:
      • ATP not needed. Powered by thermal energy.
      • Involves transport of substance through cell membrane from higher to lower concentration.
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  • 33. Facilitated diffusion Slide number: 1 Copyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Permission required for reproduction or display. Region of lower concentration Region of higher concentration www.freelivedoctor.com Cell membrane Protein carrier molecule Transported substance
  • 34. Facilitated diffusion Slide number: 2 Copyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Permission required for reproduction or display. Region of lower concentration Region of higher concentration www.freelivedoctor.com Cell membrane Protein carrier molecule
  • 35. Facilitated diffusion Slide number: 3 Copyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Permission required for reproduction or display. Region of lower concentration Region of higher concentration www.freelivedoctor.com Protein carrier molecule Transported substance
  • 36. Active Transport
    • Movement of molecules and ions against their concentration gradients.
      • From lower to higher concentrations.
    • Requires ATP.
    • 2 Types of Active Transport:
      • Primary
      • Secondary
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  • 37. Primary Active Transport
    • ATP directly required for the function of the carriers.
    • Molecule or ion binds to carrier site.
    • Binding stimulates phosphorylation (breakdown of ATP).
    • Conformational change moves molecule to other side of membrane.
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  • 38. Na + - K + ATP-ase Pump
    • Primary active transport.
    • Carrier protein is also an ATP enzyme that converts ATP to ADP and P i .
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  • 39. P Extracellular fluid 1. Three sodium ions (Na + ) and adenosine triphosphate (ATP) bind to the carrier protein. 2. The ATP breaks down to adenosine diphosphate (ADP) and a phosphate (P) and releases energy. 3 . The carrier protein changes shape, and the Na + are transported across the membrane. 4 . The Na + diffuse away from the carrier protein. 5 . Two potassium ions (K + ) bind to the carrier protein. 6 . The phosphate is released. 7 . The carrier protein changes shape, transporting K + across the membrane, and the K + diffuse away from the carrier protein. The carrier protein can again bind to Na + and ATP. Cytoplasm Na + ATP K + ADP 1 3 Na + Na + K + P K + 4 5 6 7 www.freelivedoctor.com Breakdown of ATP (releases energy) Carrier protein changes shape (requires energy) 2 Carrier protein resumes original shape ATP binding site Carrier protein
  • 40. Extracellular fluid Three sodium ions (Na + ) and adenosine triphosphate (ATP) bind to the carrier protein. Cytoplasm Na + ATP www.freelivedoctor.com ATP binding site Carrier protein
  • 41. P K + ADP Na + The ATP breaks down to adenosine diphosphate (ADP) and a phosphate (P) and releases energy. www.freelivedoctor.com Breakdown of ATP (releases energy)
  • 42. K + Na + The carrier protein changes shape, and the Na + are transported across the membrane. www.freelivedoctor.com Carrier protein changes shape (requires energy)
  • 43. The Na + diffuse away from the carrier protein. Na + www.freelivedoctor.com
  • 44. Two potassium ions (K + ) bind to the carrier protein. K + www.freelivedoctor.com
  • 45. The phosphate is released. P www.freelivedoctor.com
  • 46. The carrier protein changes shape, transporting K + across the membrane, and the K + diffuse away from the carrier protein. The carrier protein can again bind to Na + and ATP. K + www.freelivedoctor.com Carrier protein resumes original shape
  • 47. Secondary Active Transport
    • Coupled transport.
    • Energy needed for uphill movement obtained from downhill transport of Na + .
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  • 48. Secondary Active Transport
    • Cotransport (symport):
      • Molecule or ion moving in the same direction.
    • Countertransport (antiport):
      • Molecule or ion is moved in the opposite direction.
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  • 49. Membrane Transport of Glucose
    • Glucose transport is an example of:
      • Cotransport
      • Primary active transport
      • Facilitated diffusion
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  • 50. Bulk Transport
    • Many large molecules are moved at the same time.
      • Exocytosis
      • Endocytosis
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    • Proteins and phosphates are negatively charged at normal cellular pH.
    • These anions attract positively charged cations that can diffuse through the membrane pores.
    • Membrane more permeable to K + than Na + .
      • Concentration gradients for Na + and K + .
    • Na + / K + ATP pump 3 Na + out for 2 K + in.
    • All contribute to unequal charge across the membrane.
    Membrane Potential www.freelivedoctor.com
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    • Theoretical voltage produced across the membrane if only 1 ion could diffuse through the membrane.
    • Potential difference:
    • Magnitude of difference in charge on the 2 sides of the membrane.
    Equilibrium Potentials www.freelivedoctor.com
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    • Potential difference of – 90 mV, if K + were the only diffusible ion.
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  • 56. Nernst Equation
    • Membrane potential that would exactly balance the diffusion gradient and prevent the net movement of a particular ion.
    • Equilibrium potential for K + = - 90 mV.
    • Equilibrium potential for Na + = + 65 mV.
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  • 57. Resting Membrane Potential
    • Resting membrane potential is less than E k because some Na + can also enter the cell.
    • The slow rate of Na + efflux is accompanied by slow rate of K + influx.
    • - 65 mV
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