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Cell Biology

by: Malcolm Gislason III

Cell Biology BIOL 3150

Malcolm Gislason III
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Hugh Miller

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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Malcolm Gislason III on Sunday October 11, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to BIOL 3150 at East Tennessee State University taught by Hugh Miller in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 29 views. For similar materials see /class/221379/biol-3150-east-tennessee-state-university in Biology at East Tennessee State University.


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Date Created: 10/11/15
Study Guide Exam quotI Study Guide Exam lll If you can answer the following questions you are prepared for the exam 1 What is the importance of a signaliing pathway Provide an example to support your answer Why would the cell want to produce a second messenger in order to ampilify a signal 2 3 Second messengers are commonly produced in response to the activation of a membrane receptor How does the binding of a ligand to a receptor activate the enzyme responsible for producing a second messenger 4 The table below shows data from an experiment where the levels of second messengers were measured Which second messenger system is invovled and how would you confirm your choice I Treatment I cAMP I IPS I Calcium I Control I 13 nmols I 10 nmols I 5 nmols I Hormone XYZ I 15 nmols I 50 nmols I 20 mols I 5 Discuss the differences between the three types of RNA Polymerases 6 What is the role of the promoter 7 Many DNA squences that bind proteins are NOT 100 conserved Why is this an issue when it comes to locating these sequences in genomic DNA 8 Discuss the differences between lntrons and Exons Which one is removed as mRNA is modified in the nucleus 9 Describe how the following steps contribute to regulating the amount of a given protein in the cell a Splicing b mRNA degradation c transcription initiation d transport to cytosol of mRNA e translation initiation 10 Describe the proteins involved in building the Polymerase ll promoter Be sure to put them in the correct order


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