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Give three molecules that are present in animal cell membranes.

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Halimah

Cholesterol, glycoproteins and channel proteins

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Mia

Phospholipid bilayer, channel proteins, carrier proteins

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Geetanjali Punekar

lipids

proteins

carbohydrates



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Aamir Mohamed

glycoproteins

phospholipids bilayer

cholesterol


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Alisa Khalil

Lipids, carbohydrates and proteins

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The 3 organic molecules that are found are: Carbohydrates, Lipids and Proteins (both extrinsic and intrinsic)

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Lipids, carbohydrates and proteins

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 carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins.

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Carbohydrates, lipids and proteins

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Ben McCormick

1) Phospholipids: these comprise the majority of the plasma membrane, mediating cell compartmentalisation. 2) Cholesterol: scattered throughout the membrane, cholesterol helps to regulate the fluidity of the plasma membrane, supporting its structure. 3) Proteins: there are a vast number of proteins that reside in cell membranes, e.g. ion channels, transporters, pumps, enzymes and large complexes.

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Efiah Clifford-Brown

carbohydrates, lipids and proteins

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Three molecules that are present in animal cell membranes include carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins.

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Harry Minhinnick

Glyco lipids

Glyco proteins

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Glycoproteins, phospholipids and cholesterol

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Raavi Sharma

The three molecules present are lipids (cell signalling and recognition) , proteins (extrinsic and intrinsic) and carbohydrates.