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Imagine that you breathe in oxygen and it binds to hemoglobin in your blood to form [O2

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Problem 9

Imagine that you breathe in oxygen and it binds to hemoglobin in your blood to form [O2 : hemoglobin]. a. Write a balanced equation for the process. b. Th e [O2 : hemoglobin] delivers oxygen to your cells. Describe this process. c. Provide evidence that this process is reversible.

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BIO 242 Lecture Review: 3/29/16 SI Leader: Amber Worrell 1. What is a hormone What must be present to allow them to effect a target cell 2. What are the two mechanisms utilized that allow hormones to have different effects on target organs/cells, regarding receptors & proteins Signal transduction pathway- Water soluble hormones use to transfer information to the inside of the cell via a g-protein complex that stimulates a membrane protein that induces the formation of a secondary messenger molecule such as cAMP 3. What are the two types of hormones Briefly describe each of them. Water-Soluble – proteins, polypeptides, monoamines: Cannot pass through the membrane of the cell. Use t

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ISBN: 9781464142314

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Imagine that you breathe in oxygen and it binds to hemoglobin in your blood to form [O2