Inside Plasma Membrane

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by Dr. Osama M. Khaled last modified 2022-07-19T04:22:19+00:00

Cytoplasm and Nucleoplasm

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Except for the nucleus (or nuclei), everything within the plasma membrane

is called the

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The _________ consists of the contents within the nuclear membrane.

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The cell’s interior is composed largely of a complex solution as well as a heterogeneous colloid

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Cell's interior

  • A is a homogeneous mixture of two or more components in which the particles of the different substances are so small that they cannot be distinguished.
  • A usually contains particles that are too small to be seen but are large enough not to form a true solution. The particles don’t settle out at an appreciable rate. Different areas inside a cell may be in different colloidal states
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solution
colloid
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In plasma interior, in colloid

Some areas are in a state—that is, the colloidal particles, which are usually , are randomly dispersed throughout the area. The other parts of a cell may be in a state, in which the colloidal particles interact and form a spongy network. A colloid in the gel state forms a .

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macromolecules
sol
semisolid
gel
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Changes from the sol to the gel state may be stimulated by changes in

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