Question: cell communication is a process found in all biological organisms...
Cell communication is a process found in all biological organisms to coordinate cellular activities in their conservation of resources to increase survival. Within all this complexity, there is an elegant simplicity involving the three phases of the communication pathway.
a. What are the three phases of cell communication? Briefly describe each phase.
b. What are three types of cell membrane receptors and how do they work?
c. What are two examples of secondary messengers and how do they work?
d. What are protein kinases and how do they fit into the three phases of cellular communication?