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369. Cell Signalling

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This Biology Factsheet:
Explains the term cell signalling and provides examples.
• Describes the importance of cell signalling in prokaryotic cells.
• Outlines the processes of ligand-receptor interaction, signal transduction and enzyme cascade and amplification.
• Outlines the function of G-protein receptors.
• Explains the mode of action of gibberellin in the induction of alpha amylase synthesis in grain seeds.
• Describes the structure and mode of action of T-lymphocytes and B lymphocytes, including the significance of cell signalling and role of memory cells.

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April 2019

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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