Desensitization is where the receptors become phosphorylated and therefore inactive but remain on the plasma membrane.
Down regulation is any scenario where there are less numbers of receptors on the plasma membrane. So this can include internalization.
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difference between cvp and bep
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factors that influences conductivities of action potential
An act is a law passed by a legislative body and may designate and administrative agency of government to implement it's provisions. A regulation is more of a rule that is considered a norm to obey.
A Synapse is the space between two neurons or between a neuron and a receptor organ. A single neuron can have a few, or several hundred synapses.
The spectrum that our eye had receptor is visible and the invisible is just purely out of our receptor range.
Receptor proteins are used to pass messages between cells. They send the messages from outside of the cell to the inside of the cell.
Pinocytosis is nonselective in the molecules it brings into the cell, whereas receptor-mediated endocytosis offers more selectivity.
Within group differences refers to differences within one individual group. Between group differences refers to the differences between 2 or more groups.
A Receptor is referring to a sense organ, like a nerve ending. An Effector is referring to a muscle capable of reflecting to a stimulus. By definition, receptor and effector are antonyms.
What are the differences between polycarbohydrate and polysaccharide?
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