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  1. Integrating Concepts in Biology Title Page PowerPoint Slides for Chapter 11: Cells at the Molecular Level 11.1 What role does molecular structure play in a cell’s function? 11.2 How do cells respond to fear? by A. Malcolm Campbell, Laurie J. Heyer, and Chris Paradise

  2. Cells at the Molecular Level Opening Figure

  3. Levels of Protein Structure Fig. 11.1

  4. Amino Acids Affect Protein Structure Fig. 11.2

  5. Glucose Polymers Are Not Equivalent Fig. 11.3

  6. 11.2 How do cells respond to fear?

  7. Epinephrine Production Fig. 11.4

  8. Fear Signal Transduction Pathway Fig. 11.5

  9. Epinephrine Stimulates Glucose Release Fig. 11.6

  10. Propranolol Structure propranolol propranolol antagonist #2 epinephrine

  11. Convert Glycogen to Glucose-1-P Fig. 11.7

  12. Epinephrine Receptor Structure Fig. 11.8

  13. G Protein Cycle Fig. 11.9

  14. G Protein Stimulates cAMP Production Fig. 11.10 cAMP ATP

  15. Protein Kinase A Activation Fig. 11.11

  16. Activation of Glucose Production Fig. 11.12

  17. Modulation of Glycogen Synthase Fig. 11.13

  18. Modulation of Phosphorylase Kinase Fig. 11.14

  19. Muscles First, Liver Second Table 11.1

  20. Signal Transduction Reset answer here answer here answer here answer here

  21. Signal Transduction Reset • GTP  GDP • cAMP  AMP • phosphatases remove phosphates • ligands wiggle free, stop allosteric activation

  22. New Drugs and New Consequences ELSI Fig. 11.1

  23. Integrating Concepts in Biology Title Page PowerPoint Slides for Chapter 11: Cells at the Molecular Level 11.3 Why aren’t there giant cells? 11.4 Why are some membranes wavy? by A. Malcolm Campbell, Laurie J. Heyer, and Chris Paradise

  24. Cytoplasm Is Crowded Fig. 11.15

  25. Testing Mobility of Surface Proteins Fig. 11.16

  26. FRAP Measures Protein Movement Fig. 11.17

  27. Bacterial FRAP Experiments Fig. 11.18

  28. Table 11.2 Table 11.2 Table 11.2 Mobility of proteins in and on E. coli ± 1 standard deviation.

  29. Molecular Density and Distance Fig. 11.19

  30. Distance Determines Diffusion Fig. 11.20

  31. Basic Research on Gecko Feet ELSI Fig. 11.2

  32. 11.4 Why are some membranes wavy?

  33. Form Determines Function Fig. 11.21

  34. Formation of Membrane Tubes Fig. 11.22

  35. Vesicle Influences Tube Shape Fig. 11.23

  36. Lipid composition of membranes in eukaryotes. Table 11.3

  37. Lipid Composition Affects Shape Fig. 11.26

  38. Integrating Concepts in Biology Title Page PowerPoint Slides for Chapter 11: Cells at the Molecular Level 11.5 How did mitochondria and chloroplasts originate? by A. Malcolm Campbell, Laurie J. Heyer, and Chris Paradise

  39. Mitochondria and Chloroplasts Fig. 11.27

  40. Chloroplast Genome Fig. 11.28

  41. Bootstrap Values on DNA Tree Fig. 11.29

  42. Chloroplast & Mitochondrial Origins Fig. 11.30