Method for Isolation and Characterization of Eastern red spotted newt cardiolipin: differences in cardiolipin species in winter and summer acclimatized animals
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SubjectUniversity of the South; Sewanee, Tennessee; Department of Biology, University of the South; Eastern red spotted newt; Cellular function; Seasonal acclimatization; Winter active amphibians
AbstractThe structure of the variety of phospholipids that make up cellular membranes allows for a great deal of control over cellular function because cellular membranes control compartmentalization and selective permeability, provide structure, and act as work benches for cellular functions.
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