Oxidoreduction at the Plasma Membranerelation to Growth and Transport, Volume I

by Frederick L. Crane

Publisher: CRC

Written in English
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Subjects:

  • Biology, Life Sciences,
  • Regulation,
  • Life Sciences - Biochemistry,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Cytology,
  • Membrane Biochemistry,
  • Science,
  • Oxidoreductases,
  • Life Sciences - Biophysics,
  • Life Sciences - Cytology,
  • Science / Biochemistry,
  • Cell membranes,
  • Cells,
  • Growth
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Number of Pages330
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Open LibraryOL8260972M
ISBN 100849369371
ISBN 109780849369377

Chapter 4: Membrane Structure and Function Cell Membrane Proteins: 1) Transport Proteins: • Regulate movement of hydrophilic molecules through membrane A) Channel Proteins (e.g. Na+ channels) B) Carrier Proteins (e.g. glucose transporter) 2) Receptor Proteins. Plasma membranes are selectively permeable; if they were to lose this selectivity, the cell would no longer be able to sustain itself. In passive transport, substances simply move from an area of higher concentration to an area of lower concentration, which does not require the input of energy. There is evidence for an unexpected role of diferric transferrin as a terminal oxidase for the transplasma membrane oxidation of cytosolic NADH. In the original studies which showed the reduction of iron in transferrin by the plasma membranes NADH oxidase, the possible role of the reduction on iron uptake was emphasized. The rapid reoxidation of transferrin iron under aerobic conditions. Plasma membrane electron transport (PMET), a cytosolic/plasma membrane analog of mitochondrial electron transport, is a ubiquitous system of cytosolic and plasma .

Plasma membrane is an extremely thin line making it very difficult to study. The major problem is the separation of membrane from the pool of organelles scattered in the a long expedition, the ideal candidate for the study of plasma membrane was found to be red blood cells. The plasma membrane uses the proteins embedded in its lipid bilayer to allow or block materials from entering the cell. Lesson Summary All cells are surrounded by a plasma membrane. Active Transport. Active transport is the movement of molecules across a cell membrane in the direction against their concentration gradient, going from a low concentration to a high concentration. Active transport is usually associated with accumulating high concentrations of molecules that the cell needs, such as ions, glucose and amino acids. the plasma membrane. controlling how molecules. move into and. out of cells. the cell’s environment is constantly changing. the cell membrane must react to those changes in order to maintain chemical balance between itself and its environment. homeostasis. this is passive transport.

  Trans‐plasma membrane electron transport is critical for maintaining cellular redox balance and viability, yet few, if any, investigations have studied it in intact primary this investigation, extracellular reduction of 2,6‐dichloroindophenol (DCIP) and ferricyanide (FeCN) were measured as indicators of trans‐plasma membrane electron transport by chick forebrain neurons.

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The concept of general oxidoreductase function at the plasma level is new. Oxidoreduction at the Plasma Membrane: Relation to Growth and Transport provides the first truly comprehensive coverage of the oxidoreduction reactions in plasma membranes and the role that can now be attributed to these enzymes in controlling growth and other cell functions in plants and : Hardcover.

Book Description. The concept of general oxidoreductase function at the plasma level is new. Oxidoreduction at the Plasma Membrane: Relation to Growth and Transport provides the first truly comprehensive coverage of the oxidoreduction reactions in plasma membranes and the role that can now be attributed to these enzymes in controlling growth and other cell functions in plants and animals.

Oxidoreduction at the Plasma Membrane: Relation to Growth and Transport provides the first truly comprehensive coverage of the oxidoreduction reactions in plasma membranes and the role that can now be attributed to these enzymes in controlling growth and other cell functions in plants and animals.

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Oxidoreduction at the plasma membrane: relation to growth and transport. Volume II. Plants. Author Affiliation: Department of Biological Sciences, Purdue University, West Lafayette, INUSA.

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Alcain”, Isabel Burbn”, Juan-Carlos Rodriquez-Aguilerab, Jose M. Villalba”, Dorothy M. Morrkb and D. James Morn?’. What is a major difference between facilitated diffusion and active transport. Active transport moves substances against the concentration gradient.

Active transport uses proteins in the process. Facilitated diffusion moves molecules through the plasma membrane. Facilitated diffusion requires large amounts of energy.

In: Crane FL, Morré DJ, Löw H (eds) Oxidoreduction at the plasma membrane: relation to growth and transport vol 1, animals. CRC Press, Boca Raton, pp – Google Scholar — —, Chou JY () Modification of transmembrane electron transport activity in plasma membranes of Simian virus 40 transformed pineal cells.

Author(s): Crane,Frederick L; Morré,D James,; Löw,Hans Title(s): Oxidoreduction at the plasma membrane: relation to growth and transport/ editors. Electron transport constituents in the plant plasma membrane. (English) In: Oxidoreduction at the plasma membrane: Relation to growth and transport.

Volume II: plants, Boca Raton: CRC Press,Chapter in book (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.)) Identifiers. Oxidoreduction at the Plasma Membranerelation to Growth and Transport, Volume II.

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Crane. 24 Sep Hardback. US$   Electron flow across the plasma membrane of living cells and its rapid modulation by growth factors has been measured continuously through a simple as.

Oxidoreduction at the Plasma Membranerelation to Growth and Transport, Volume II by Crane, Frederick L., Morre, D. James, Low, Hans E. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   Transmembrane electron transport was detected with sealed and NAD(P)H‐loaded RSO plasma membrane vesicles.

Plasma membranes were suspended in phosphate buffer (5 mM phosphate buffer, pH5 mM KCl, and M sucrose) and loaded with 25 mM NAD(P)H during four cycles of freezing in liquid nitrogen and thawing in a water bath at 22 °C.

Abstract. Ascorbate and related enzymes are involved in the control of several plant growth processes. Ascorbate modulates cell growth by controlling (i) the biosynthesis of hydroxyproline-rich proteins required for the progression of G1 and G2 phases of the cell cycle, (ii) the cross-linking of cell wall glycoproteins and other polymers, and (iii) redox reactions at the plasma membrane.

A quinone as component of the PM electron-transport chain, accepting electrons from an unknown hypotheti- cal donor within the chain and transferring them to yet another acceptor (the energetically following link in the electron-transport chain) would compete with quinones (naphthoquinones) which have been inte- grated into the transport chain.

Transmembrane reduction of extracellular oxidants by K and U leukemic cells was stimulated by catalytic amounts of ascorbate or dehydroascorbate.

This stimulation was not due to transport of. The redox system and H+-transport activities in the plasma membranes from two ecotypes of reed (Phragmites communis Trin.), named swamp reed (SR) and dune reed (DR) according to their habitats. Bullatacin, a potential antitumor substance isolated from plants of the Annonaceae, and analogs of bullatacin, known collectively as acetogenins, have been reported previously to show potent activity in the inhibition of growth of murine tumors and human tumor xenografts grown in athymic mice as well as an ability to inhibit mitochondrial electron transport.

The basic structural framework of the plasma membrane is the lipid bilayer. Non polar,hydrophobic molecules diffuse freely through the lipid bilayer of the plasma membrane of cells without the help of membrane transport : O 2, CO 2, Nitrogen gases,fatty acids,steroids,fat soluble vitamins.

In facilitated diffusion, _____ proteins provide openings in the plasma membrane for substances to flow through without changing structure, and _____ proteins allow passage of substances through the plasma membrane after undergoing a subtle change in shape.

Plasma membrane (PM) vesicles were purified in parallel from the roots and shoots of 6-day-old etiolated bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) seedlings, grown in water culture at 25 °C, by aqueous polymer two-phase partitioning. The purity of PM fractions was determined by measuring the activity of known marker enzymes (vanadate-sensitive Mg-ATPase, 1,3-β-glycan synthase, latent ID-Pase.

During the treatment an increase in the vacuole volume and tonoplast surface area also occurred. growth (Hidalgo Low, eds, Oxidoreduction at the Plasma Membrane: Relation to.

Growth and. Crane FL, Moore DJ, Low HE, editors. Oxidoreduction at the plasma membrane: relation to growth and transport. Boca Raton (FL): Chemical Rubber Company; 2 vol.

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Secondary active transport, created by primary active transport, is the transport of a solute in the direction of its electrochemical gradient and does not directly require ATP.

Carrier proteins such as uniporters, symporters, and antiporters perform primary active transport and facilitate the movement of solutes across the cell’s membrane. A cell keeps its homeostasis mainly by managing the movement of substances across the selectively permeable plasma substances pass across the plasma membrane by passive transport, which needs no expense of ATP by the substances move across the plasma membrane by active transport, which needs the cell to use up ATP.

As volume increases surface area also increases but not at the same rate. Let me give you an example. A box with a volume of 1 cm3 (1 cm length x 1 cm height x 1 cm depth), has a surface area of 6 cm2 (6 sides x 1 cm length x 1 cm height). The surface area-to-volume ratio is Let’s double the volume.

A box with a volume of 8 cm3 (2 cm.() Electron transport constituents in the plant plasma membrane. in Oxidoreduction at the Plasma Membrane: Relation to Growth and Transport, Vol II: Plants. eds Crane FL, Morré DJ, Löw H (CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL), pp 35 – ↵.Møller IM, Askerlund P, Widell S.

Electron transport constituents in the plant plasma membrane. In: Crane FL, Morré DJ, Löw H, editors. Oxidoreduction at the Plasma Membrane: Relation to Growth and Transport, Vol II: Plants. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press; pp.

35– Møller IM, Crane FL. Redox processes in the plasma membrane.