Cell membrane, Biology

CELL MEMBRANE

  • It is biological, thin, elastic, flexible & selective permeable membrane.
  • Term "Cell membrane" was coined by Negeli & Crammer 1855.
  • Term "Plasma membrane" or "Plasmalemma" given by J.Q.Plowe, 1931.
  • Occurs in both prokaryotes & Eukaryotes.
  • Consists of 3 layers

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