By J. M. Bruce
12 pages together with covers, uncomplicated and particular details at the aircraft and its carrier with bw and colour illustrations
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Bioi. (1968), 38, 158- 183. Original micrograph by courtesy of Professor John W. Greenawalt, Department of Physiological Chemistry, The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. 1. Enzymes of the inner and outer mitochondrial membranes Outer membrane Inner membrane Monoamine oxidase ATPase NADH-cytochrome b 5 reductase Carnitine acetyltransferase Glycerophosphate acyltransferase Steroid li-P-hydroxylase Hexokinase 2 Succinate dehydrogenase Cholinephosphotransferase Choline dehydrogenase Acyl-Co synthetase Cytochrome oxidase 3-hydroxybutyrate dehydrogenase is frequently said to be characteristic of mitochondria.
From L. Y. -P. Revel, J. Cell. Bioi. (1974), 62, 257- 273. Original micrograph by courtesy of Dr. Lily Yeh Jan, California Institute of Biology, Pasadena. 36 MORPHOLOGY OF MEMBRANES longitudinally along the segment axis. 11 ). These sacs can be shown to be osmotically sensitive and will swell under hypotonic conditions. It has been demonstrated that the retinal sacs are derived from the plasma membrane of the cell. In the cones of the frog retina, the plasma membrane undergoes repeated invaginations which lead to the build-up of a series of disc-like structures.
In general, the plasma membrane has much higher cholesterol levels than other cell organelles, though again this alone is not sufficient for us to be able to assign the title of plasma membrane to a fraction. Unequivocal proof of identity can come only from a number of different analyses. Morphological, histochemical, enzymological and chemical assays should all be carried out, and only after a consideration of the combined results of such complementary analyses can the isolated fraction be unequivocally classified.