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Signaling Transduction: Mode of Signaling

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Describe the differences between the common modes of action of extracellular molecules in the prompt.

An immune cell continually releases a signalling protein when active and deactivates itself when enough of this signal binds to receptors on the same cell. This is an example of

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A group of dividing cells on the edge of a developing plant tissue produce a signalling molecule that slows or alters the growth of nearby cells further within the interior. This is an example of

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Cells in the kidney produce a hormone that stimulates precursor cells in the bone marrow to form red blood cells. This is an example of

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