At a glance
For bacteria, connect the cell membrane to staining and antibiotic susceptibility.
For eukaryotes, connect the cell membrane to the cell’s endomembrane system and transport system.
Bacterial membrane vs. eukaryotic membrane
The peptidoglycan layer in bacteria
Components of the fluid mosaic model
Endocytosis vs. exocytosis
On the MCAT
The test loves to test major differences between eukaryotes and bacteria, down to the differing components of our membrane.
Students often confuse passive vs. active transport, primary vs. secondary active transport.
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