OpenStudy (anonymous):

They brought a new figure in now... and I am lost again.. :| I don't really know what they are wanting. lol This time I don't recognize what the picture is of though.. (picture in comments)

OpenStudy (anonymous):

OpenStudy (anonymous):

it's simply the bimolicular structure of cell membrane A is the lipid molecules and B is Protein structures embeded in phospholipid molecules. got it ?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Thank you. I must have missed a lesson because I never learned about this one O.O lol I need to go back through my lessons I can see. Thank you.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

m.p dear

OpenStudy (somy):

I think A is rather labeling hydrophilic phosphate head

OpenStudy (somy):

not the whole bilayer

OpenStudy (anonymous):

i didn't say A is whole bilayer i'm saying A represents phpspholipid molecules and B represents Protiens @Somy

OpenStudy (somy):

phospholipid molecule is both hydrophilic phosphate head and hydrophobic (fatty acid) tail

OpenStudy (anonymous):

yeah i know.