1.What are paracrine and autocrine tissues?
2.What are ion channels?(Chapter-Tissue)
Asked by pb_ckt | 23rd Apr, 2019, 09:07: PM
1. Autocrine: Mode of hormone action to which hormones bind to the receptors onto the cell and affects the cell that produces it the hormone.
Paracrine: Mode of hormone action where hormones are released from the cells and bind to the receptor on nearby cells and affects their function.
2. Ion channels are pore-forming membrane proteins which allow the selective transport of ions and solutes across the plasma membrane.
Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 24th Apr, 2019, 10:52: AM
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