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    I know it may not be part of curricula but can you please do a video in the near future on coacervates and abiogenesis I figure since they're related to lipids that you could make this.

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  5. January 11, 2016

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    Thank you. I have no experience in cells at all but your video helped me to understand it. be back to re play it, if you do not mind.. one thing is that the phospholipids shown around 5:36 in the photo have saturated fats due to the double carbon bond with one less hydrogen creating the bent shape. The phospholipids typically have unsaturated fats making the fatty acids straight and not bent..
    So, you said soap dissolves the cell membranes, so why do we use it for cleaning Wouldn't it dissolve our cells.

    2 Monkey D. Luffy Water molecules can move through with the help of aquaporin which is a protein that transports water from one side of the membrane to the other and it also regulates how much water can be transported. Water is unable to move through the membrane because it is polar so it has to go through by using the aquaporin..

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    Shadowthiefdark Oxygen and carbon dioxide are able to diffuse through the cell membrane through random diffusion because the oxygen and carbon dioxide molecules are small enough to move through the phospholipid bilayer and through transport channels of the cell membrane. They will randomly move in both directions ie in and out. However as the cell consumes oxygen in respiration, oxygen will be at a higher concentration outside the cell and will diffuse in to replace the depleted oxygen. Likewise as cells respire they produce carbon dioxide which being in higher concentration in the cell will diffuse out. However the complication with plants is that in sunlight they photosynthesise and consume carbon dioxide and produce oxygen thus reversing the flow of oxygen and carbon dioxide..
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    An alternative could be Open Broadcasting Software. It can do all of that, and multiple elements can be moved around in your videos. E.g. more than just your screen and webcam, you can add in other stuff.. 2 maidencarus06 yes phospholipids are not fats but they are lipid. There are simple lipids(fats,oils & waxes) & complex lipids(phospholipids, glycolipids & steroids). Or in short fats are made up of glycerol and fatty acids only but phospholipids also have a phosphate group and choline....
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  28. January 29, 2016

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  33. December 30, 2015
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