Bio 1510 Exam III Study Guide SS'10

Bio 1510 Exam III Study Guide SS'10 - Study Guide, Exam III...

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Study Guide, Exam III Bio 1510 Spring/Summer, 2010 Chapter 9 C Know what receptor proteins are, where they are located, and what they do. K Describe the four types of cell signaling. D Differentiate between intracellular receptors and cell surface receptors in terms of function. f Know the three cell surface receptor superfamilies, the basic structures of each and how each functions to convert an extracellular signal to an internal one. h Understand how cAMP and calcium function as second messengers and why they are necessary. n Explain the amplification process associated with protein kinase cascades. E Know what cell surface markers are, where they are located, and give examples. K Describe the three primary kinds of junctions that exist between cells. D Compare and contrast communicating junctions, gap junctions, and plasmodesmata. Chapter 10 C Discuss the molecular composition of eukaryotic chromosomes and their association with RNA, histones, and nucleosomes. w Describe the structure of a condensed eukaryotic chromosome and identify the
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