Personal Learning Approaches
In order to learn material from textbooks, Id start by highlighting the important
information from the reading as I read it. After discussing the information in class, Id then make
some notes on what
NROS 310Lecture 16 Study Questions
1. What types of signal sequences are likely to be cleaved off and
which are not? Explain why this is the case.
Signal sequences that interfere with function are likely to be cleaved off (ex. if they
affect the folding).
Lecture 26 Study Qs
1. Outline the signal transduction pathway that leads to depolarization of an olfactory receptor cell. Include both
the AC and PLC pathways and at least two mechanisms of adaptation.
2. For each of the olfactory signal transdu
1. What is the function of cilia and flagella? Thefunctionofciliaandflagellais
2. What is the role of nexin in cilia and flagella?
NROS 307 Lecture 11
1. What does it mean to have cloned an ion channel?
2. You are studying a cloned voltage-gated sodium channel by site directed mutagenesis and expression
analysis. Assuming that you analyze your mutant channels using xe
NROS 310 Lecture 17 Study Questions
1. What is the normal path of a soluble protein that enters the ER?
Soluble proteins in this class first are localized in the ER lumen and subsequently are sorted to
the lumen of other organelles or are secreted from th
307 Study Questions Lecture 12 2015
1. A) It effects the likeliness (decreases) that the s4 domains will come up and
open the channel
B) Variance in current, if they were all "all-or-nothing" they would all have the
same current or no current
C)Due to Bro
Signaling Problem Review
In-class Exercise I
You are studying the eects of three new pepDde drugs on neurons in culture.
You nd that drug A causes the producDon of new Ca+ channels