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Can someone show me how to do this I’m so confused
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I think I’ve asked before but I can’t find the thread
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Can someone show me how to do this I’m so confused
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If you click on your profile, then 'stats' and 'threads started by me/your name' it should come up.

But think about the question properly - which parts of the phospholipid structure is hydrophobic and which is hydrophilic? Can you correlate that to the regions on the diagram?
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If you click on your profile, then 'stats' and 'threads started by me/your name' it should come up.

But think about the question properly - which parts of the phospholipid structure is hydrophobic and which is hydrophilic? Can you correlate that to the regions on the diagram?
Hint: it will look fairly flat when you've put it in the phospholipid bilayer correctly.
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Hint: it will look fairly flat when you've put it in the phospholipid bilayer correctly.
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If you click on your profile, then 'stats' and 'threads started by me/your name' it should come up.

But think about the question properly - which parts of the phospholipid structure is hydrophobic and which is hydrophilic? Can you correlate that to the regions on the diagram?
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Have a google of a regular cell membrane, and look for the embedded proteins. Make that into a 2D cross-section.

The key to orientation is which parts are hydrophobic and which are hydrophilic. They'll match.
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That looks about right. The only mistake is that phospholipids have two tails, not three.
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