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Chapter 5 Opener. Figure 5.1 Membrane Molecular Structure.

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1 Chapter 5 Opener

2 Figure 5.1 Membrane Molecular Structure

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4 In-Text Art, Ch. 5, p. 80

5 Apply the Concept, Ch. 5, p. 80

6 In-Text Art, Ch. 5, p. 81

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8 In-Text Art, Ch. 5, p. 82

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10 Figure 5.2 Rapid Diffusion of Membrane Proteins

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12 Figure 5.2 Rapid Diffusion of Membrane Proteins (Part 1)

13 Figure 5.2 Rapid Diffusion of Membrane Proteins (Part 2)

14 Figure 5.2 Rapid Diffusion of Membrane Proteins (Part 3)

15 In-Text Art, Ch. 5, p. 83

16 Figure 5.3 Osmosis Can Modify the Shapes of Cells

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18 Figure 5.3 Osmosis Can Modify the Shapes of Cells (Part 1)

19 Figure 5.3 Osmosis Can Modify the Shapes of Cells (Part 2)

20 Figure 5.3 Osmosis Can Modify the Shapes of Cells (Part 3)

21 Figure 5.4 A Ligand-Gated Channel Protein Opens in Response to a Stimulus

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23 Figure 5.5 Aquaporins Increase Membrane Permeability to Water

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25 Figure 5.5 Aquaporins Increase Membrane Permeability to Water (Part 1)

26 Figure 5.5 Aquaporins Increase Membrane Permeability to Water (Part 2)

27 Figure 5.5 Aquaporins Increase Membrane Permeability to Water (Part 3)

28 Figure 5.6 A Carrier Protein Facilitates Diffusion

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30 Figure 5.6 A Carrier Protein Facilitates Diffusion (Part 1)

31 Figure 5.6 A Carrier Protein Facilitates Diffusion (Part 2)

32 Table 5.1 Membrane Transport Mechanisms

33 Figure 5.7 Primary Active Transport: The Sodium–Potassium Pump

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35 Figure 5.8 Endocytosis and Exocytosis

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37 Figure 5.8 Endocytosis and Exocytosis (Part 1)

38 Figure 5.8 Endocytosis and Exocytosis (Part 2)

39 Figure 5.9 Receptor-Mediated Endocytosis

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41 Figure 5.9 Receptor-Mediated Endocytosis (Part 1)

42 Figure 5.9 Receptor-Mediated Endocytosis (Part 2)

43 Figure 5.10 Chemical Signaling Concepts

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45 Figure 5.11 Signal Transduction Concepts

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47 Figure 5.12 A Signal Binds to Its Receptor

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49 In-Text Art, Ch. 5, p. 92

50 Figure 5.13 A Protein Kinase Receptor

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52 Figure 5.14 A G Protein–Linked Receptor

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54 Figure 5.14 A G Protein–Linked Receptor (Part 1)

55 Figure 5.14 A G Protein–Linked Receptor (Part 2)

56 Figure 5.14 A G Protein–Linked Receptor (Part 3)

57 Figure 5.15 The Discovery of a Second Messenger

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59 Figure 5.15 The Discovery of a Second Messenger (Part 1)

60 Figure 5.15 The Discovery of a Second Messenger (Part 2)

61 Figure 5.16 The Formation of Cyclic AMP

62 Figure 5.16 The Formation of Cyclic AMP (Part 1)

63 Figure 5.16 The Formation of Cyclic AMP (Part 2)

64 Figure 5.16 The Formation of Cyclic AMP (Part 3)

65 Figure 5.17 A Cascade of Reactions Leads to Altered Enzyme Activity

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67 Figure 5.17 A Cascade of Reactions Leads to Altered Enzyme Activity (Part 1)

68 Figure 5.17 A Cascade of Reactions Leads to Altered Enzyme Activity (Part 2)

69 Figure 5.18 Signal Transduction Regulatory Mechanisms

70 Figure 5.18 Signal Transduction Regulatory Mechanisms (Part 1)

71 Figure 5.18 Signal Transduction Regulatory Mechanisms (Part 2)

72 Figure 5.18 Signal Transduction Regulatory Mechanisms (Part 3)

73 Figure 5.19 Caffeine and the Cell Membrane

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75 Figure 5.19 Caffeine and the Cell Membrane (Part 1)

76 Figure 5.19 Caffeine and the Cell Membrane (Part 2)


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