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Lecture 18

Chapter 11 pt. 3

Cation transporters that are phosphorylated by ATP are ___________ transporters. P-Type
NaK ATPases pump how many Na and K out per ATP? What does this create? 3, 2;potential difference
A membrane has a potential of ____ to ____ mV. This action potential drives the transmission of neuron signals. -50 to -70
Which transport couples a -delta G which in turn gives a +delta G to give an upward transport. Secondary transport
What allows ONLY water to pass? Aquaporin
What type of channel is very specific and why? Ion-they allow only specific ions to pass
Why is a K ion channel so selective? Due to the radius of K.
Created by: hilarye