Review Exam 2 Study Group

Review Exam 2 Study Group - LOOK AT MODULE GOALS! Cell...

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Cell Membrane Transport -driving force -chemical -electric -electrochemical -flux -passive transport -osmosis -facilitated diffusion -hypertonic, hypotonic, isotonic -lipid bilayer -active transport: requires ATP -primary: uses ATP directly transport -secondary: helps primary -cotransport vs countertransport -countertransport: ion going up requires energy -exo vs endocytosis -epithelial transport: across Cell Communication -direct communication: gap junctions -ligand -paracrines: to the cell -cytokines: short and long -autocrines: go to self -neurotransmitters: short -neurohormones: short and long through blood -lipophilic = hydrophobic and vice versa Chemical Messengers -agonist vs antagonist -agonist: ligands that bind to receptors and produce a response -antogonist: ligands that bind to receptors that do not produce a response -signal transduction -lipophilic and lipophic -lipophilic: cytosol – slow to process, lasts longer than lipophobic -lipophobic: nucleus -calcium channels -channel, enzyme, g-protein
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2010 for the course APK 2105 taught by Professor Brooks during the Spring '07 term at University of Florida.

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Review Exam 2 Study Group - LOOK AT MODULE GOALS! Cell...

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