What Is a Model Used to Explain the Components and Properties of a Plasma Membrane?

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The model that is used to explain the components and properties of a plasma membrane is called a fluid mosaic model. It is a model of the membrane structure in which proteins are inserted in a fluid phospholipid bilayer.
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