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  • Cell Signaling Greg, Lauren, Nancy, Mark, Gene Facilitator: Paula
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  • Level Introductory biology Knowledge of students prior to unit Cell theory Characteristics of life Homeostasis Chemistry of macromolecules Cell Signaling
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  • Learning Goals: Understand why cells need to communicate. Understand the cellular processes involved in cell communication. Examine the effects of cell signaling malfunctions. Cell Signaling
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  • Learning Outcomes: Describe the sequence of events that takes place in cell signaling. Discuss the relationship between the chemical nature of ligands and the location of their cellular receptors. Design and/or evaluate experiments to elucidate the chemical nature of a ligand and the signaling pathway it induces. Explain why different types of cells may respond differently to the same chemical signal. Write a synopsis of a cell signaling pathway gone awry.
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  • Learning Outcomes: Describe the sequence of events that takes place in cell signaling. Discuss the relationship between the chemical nature of ligands and the location of their cellular receptors. Design and/or evaluate experiments to elucidate the chemical nature of a ligand and the signaling pathway it induces. Explain why different types of cells may respond differently to the same chemical signal. Write a synopsis of a cell signaling pathway gone awry
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  • How Would You Improve the USPS?
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  • General Themes
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  • Lets complete this table
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  • Clicker Question Arrange the steps of cell signaling in the correct order: a) a) Reception ResponseTransduction b) b) ResponseTransductionReception c) c) TransductionResponseReception d) d) Reception TransductionResponse e) e) Transduction ReceptionResponse
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  • Lets dig a little deeper 1. 1. Close your book and all notes. 2. 2. Take about 2 minutes and draw a diagram of the generalized cell signaling pathway for a: 1. 1. Protein Hormone 2. 2. Steroid Hormone 3. 3. Compare your diagrams with a partner. Make sure that together you have a complete story. 4. 4. You may use your texts to verify your diagrams. Watch this animation at home to review: http://youtu.be/FkkK5lTmBYQhttp://youtu.be/FkkK5lTmBYQ
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  • Clicker Question BPA binds to an intracellular receptor. BPA is likely to be a: a) a) Protein/Peptide b) b) Carbohydrate c) c) Steroid/Lipid d) d) Nucleic acid e) e) Not enough information
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  • Clicker Question BL19 cells respond to both ligands X and Y as described in the table below: If both X and Y are added to a culture of BL19 cells, the cells become yellow (a mixture of red and green). A protease that cannot enter the cells is added to a culture of BL19 cells and then washed off. If X and Y are both added to the protease treated cells, the cells would turn: a) Red b) Green c) Yellow d) Blue
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  • Write, Pair, Share 1. 1. Now, take a minute to write out a justification for your response. 2. 2. Pair and Share your justifications.
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  • Clicker Question BL19 cells respond to both ligands X and Y as described in the table below: If both X and Y are added to a culture of BL19 cells, the cells become yellow (a mixture of red and green). A protease that cannot enter the cells is added to a culture of BL19 cells and then washed off. If X and Y are both added to the protease treated cells, the cells would turn: a) Red b) Green c) Yellow d) Blue
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  • Group Assignment Thyroxin is a major hormone produced in the thyroid gland, affects virtually every cell in the body. An experiment to investigate the mechanism of thyroid hormone signaling was conducted in rats. Scientists first surgically removed the thyroid gland from the rats in the experimental group (THX). The rate of protein synthesis was then measured in experimental (THX) and control rats by measuring the rate of radioactive leucine ( 3 H-leucine) uptake by liver cells. The rates of protein synthesis for both groups of rat are shown in the table below. 1. From this experiment, I would predict that thyroxin binds to a(n) ________ receptor. a) a) cell surface receptor b) b) intracellular receptor 2. The reason for my answer is:

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