Cell Cell Interaction (8)

Cell Cell Interaction (8) - Cell-Cell Interaction should be...

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Cell-Cell Interaction (8) 1 You should be able to: Explain the significance of emergent properties List the mechanisms used to connect cells Define signal, receptor, transduction Predict whether a signal will have a surface or internal receptor Explain the cyclooxygenase pathway Compare and contrast protein kinase & GPRC Receptors Explain the significance of: 2nd messengers, cross-talk and quorum sensing
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2 Cell-Cell Interactions n Cells use chemicals as signals ( Messengers ) n Receptors , either within the cell or on the surface, are proteins. n Responses to signals may need amplification or require complex series of reactions n Connections are used by cells as identification markers, anchors and communication channels
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ECM & Cytoskeleton 3
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How cells connect: 4 Digestive Epithelium Plant cells showing middle lamella
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5 Describe some tissues where you would expect to find tight junctions. What would happen if the membrane proteins involved degraded?
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