Bio113 Study Guide CHAPS 11-13

Bio113 Study Guide CHAPS 11-13 - INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY 113...

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INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY 113 – Study Guide for Chapters 11-13 Chapter 11. Cell Communication You should be able to: describe the major types of local and long-distance cell communication processes (paracrine, synaptic, and hormonal signaling) describe the three general stages of cell signaling described by Sutherland (receptions, transduction, and response) describe the three different general types of receptors (intracellular and plasma membrane) that were discussed in detail in lecture and the general types of signal molecules they interact with explain how G protein-based signal transduction works including and especially how the G protein is turned on and turned off and why this is important. explain the difference between G protein-linked receptor and receptor tyrosine kinase-based signal transduction describe how ion channel receptors (ligand-gated ion channels) work including the specific example of involving calcium channels described in the text explain how phosphorylation cascades are able to amplify a signal
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course BIO 113 taught by Professor Swenson during the Spring '08 term at Ohio State.

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Bio113 Study Guide CHAPS 11-13 - INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY 113...

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