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Chapter 9 | Cell Communication
Cell Communication-
Signals-
Why do cells need to respond to signals?
5 types of cell signaling:
Is the process of cells detecting and responding to signals i…
Are agents that influence the properties of cells. They affec…
1) They need to respond to a changing environment.... 2) Cells…
1) Direct intercellular signaling... 2) Contact-dependent signa…
Cell Communication-
Is the process of cells detecting and responding to signals i…
Signals-
Are agents that influence the properties of cells. They affec…
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Chapter 9: Cell Communication
adenylyl cyclase
amplification
apoptosis
biofilm
An enzyme that converts ATP to cyclic AMP in response to a si…
The strengthening of stimulus energy during transduction.
A program of controlled cell suicide, which is brought about…
A surface-coating colony of one or more species of prokaryote…
adenylyl cyclase
An enzyme that converts ATP to cyclic AMP in response to a si…
amplification
The strengthening of stimulus energy during transduction.
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Chapter 9: Communication
Relationship Challenges
Social Influence
Primary Influence Goals
Secondary Influence Goals
A wide range of interactional problems and situation that can…
The ability to influence others.
Goals that are related to the outcome you want to take place…
Goals that constrain or enhance the message they use to accom…
Relationship Challenges
A wide range of interactional problems and situation that can…
Social Influence
The ability to influence others.
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Chapter 9 Professional Communication
format
White space
Readability
Introductory paragraph
how written information is presented on a printed page or scr…
includes margins, space between paragraphs, and any other bla…
a measure of how easy it is for the reader to understand the…
concisely introduces the main idea
format
how written information is presented on a printed page or scr…
White space
includes margins, space between paragraphs, and any other bla…
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Chapter 9: Cell Communications
Effective signalling requires a signal…
Signalling is defined by the distance…
This type of communication uses cells…
In this type of Communication, signal…
ligand; receptor protein... signal transduction
1. Direct Contact... 2. Paracrine Signaling... 3 Endocrine Signalin…
Direct Contact
Paracrine Signaling
Effective signalling requires a signal…
ligand; receptor protein... signal transduction
Signalling is defined by the distance…
1. Direct Contact... 2. Paracrine Signaling... 3 Endocrine Signalin…
Interpersonal Communication Chapter9
Interpersonal Conflict
Principles of Conflict
Conflict Orientations
Conflict Responces
When people in relationships have different views, interests,…
1)Conflict is natural... (normal and unavoidable, presence of a…
LOSE-LOSE... Conflict results in losses for everyone and that i…
EXIT: walking out or psychologically withdrawing... NEGLECT: de…
Interpersonal Conflict
When people in relationships have different views, interests,…
Principles of Conflict
1)Conflict is natural... (normal and unavoidable, presence of a…
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Chapter 9: Communication in Close Relationships
What is Intimacy?
Dimensions of Intimacy
Limits of Intimacy
Characteristics of Family Communication
A close union, contact, association or acquaintance
Physical, Intellectual, Emotional and Shared Activities
Typically have 4-6 close, intimate relationships at any given…
Formative, Role Driven and Involuntary
What is Intimacy?
A close union, contact, association or acquaintance
Dimensions of Intimacy
Physical, Intellectual, Emotional and Shared Activities
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Chapter 9 | Cell Communication 1
Cell Communication-
Signals-
Why do cells need to respond to signals?
5 types of cell signaling:
Is the process of cells detecting and responding to signals i…
Are agents that influence the properties of cells. They affec…
1) They need to respond to a changing environment.... 2) Cells…
1) Direct intercellular signaling... 2) Contact-dependent signa…
Cell Communication-
Is the process of cells detecting and responding to signals i…
Signals-
Are agents that influence the properties of cells. They affec…
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Communications Chapter 9
small group
small group communication
examples of small groups
5 considerations for decisions
-three or more people... -every member must have the perception…
process of managing messages and media for the purpose of cre…
commercial, educational, familial, health and welfare, occupa…
motive... scope... task... process feedback... decision feedback
small group
-three or more people... -every member must have the perception…
small group communication
process of managing messages and media for the purpose of cre…
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Communication Chapter 9
Roles
Formal Roles
Informal Roles
Initiator
the patterns of behavior expected of group members
a role assigned to a person by group members or an organizati…
Roles usually not explicitly recognized by a group that descr…
contributes ideas and suggestions proposes solutions and deci…
Roles
the patterns of behavior expected of group members
Formal Roles
a role assigned to a person by group members or an organizati…
Communications Chapter 9
Interpersonal Conflict
Passive Aggression
Lose-Lose
Win-Lose
Exists when there is expressed tension between people who are…
Acting aggressively while denying feeling or acting agressive.
Assumes that conflict results in losses for everyone and that…
Assume that one person wins at the expense of the other.
Interpersonal Conflict
Exists when there is expressed tension between people who are…
Passive Aggression
Acting aggressively while denying feeling or acting agressive.
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Communication Chapter 9
Relationship Challenges
Social Influence
Primary Influence Goals
Secondary Influence Goals
A wide range of interactional problems and situations that ca…
The ability to influence others
Goals that are related to the outcome you want to take place;…
Goals that constrain or enhance the message they use to accom…
Relationship Challenges
A wide range of interactional problems and situations that ca…
Social Influence
The ability to influence others
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Communication Chapter 9
strategic organization
main points
chronological order
spacial order
Putting a speech together in a particular way to achieve a pa…
The major points developed in the body of a speech. Most spee…
A method of speech organization in which the main points foll…
A method of speech organization in which the main points foll…
strategic organization
Putting a speech together in a particular way to achieve a pa…
main points
The major points developed in the body of a speech. Most spee…
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Human Communication Chapter 9
Attraction Theory
Proximity
Attractiveness
Matching Hypothesis
Theory that explains the three primary forces that draw peopl…
How physically close one is to others
The appeal one person has for another, based on physical appe…
The tendency to develop relationships with people who are app…
Attraction Theory
Theory that explains the three primary forces that draw peopl…
Proximity
How physically close one is to others
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Chapter 9 communications
Group
Group communication
Family
Social friendship group
A collection of about three to 20 people who interact and att…
All the verbal and nonverbal messages shared among members of…
A group of intimates through their communications generate a…
A group consisting of friends who have a genuine concern abou…
Group
A collection of about three to 20 people who interact and att…
Group communication
All the verbal and nonverbal messages shared among members of…
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Communications chapter 9
Dismissive attachment style
Uncertainty reduction theory
Self- disclosure
Social comparison
promoted by caregivers who are uninterested in or abusive tow…
asserts that people find uncertainty uncomfortable and so are…
the revelation of personal information about ourselves that o…
Rating ourselves relative to other with respect to our own ta…
Dismissive attachment style
promoted by caregivers who are uninterested in or abusive tow…
Uncertainty reduction theory
asserts that people find uncertainty uncomfortable and so are…
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Communications Chapter 9 Vocab
group hate
team based organization
small group communication
team
the loathing many people have for collaborating with others i…
an organization that has a flat structure rather than a hiera…
the trans active process of creating meaning among from three…
a coordinated group of people organized to work together to a…
group hate
the loathing many people have for collaborating with others i…
team based organization
an organization that has a flat structure rather than a hiera…
Communications Chapter 9 Vocabulary
Relationship challenges
Social influence
Primary influence goals
Secondary influence goals
A wide range of interactional problems and situations that ca…
The ability to influence others.
Goals that are related to the outcome you want to take place;…
Goals that constrain or enhance the message they use to accom…
Relationship challenges
A wide range of interactional problems and situations that ca…
Social influence
The ability to influence others.
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Communications: Chapter 9
Small Group
Primary Group
Social Group
Secondary Group
3-15 people who share a common purpose, feel a sense of belon…
A group, such as a family, that exists to fulfill basic human…
A group that exists to provide opportunities for group member…
A group formed to accomplish a specific task or goal
Small Group
3-15 people who share a common purpose, feel a sense of belon…
Primary Group
A group, such as a family, that exists to fulfill basic human…
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Communication Disorders: Chapter 9
Term of neurogenic
Central nervous system
Peripheral nervous system
Lobes of the brain
Refers to having its origin or starting with the nervous syst…
From your neck to your head. ... Is made up of the cerebrum, bra…
From your shoulder all the way down to your feet. (lies outsi…
Frontal, parietal, occipital and temporal :)
Term of neurogenic
Refers to having its origin or starting with the nervous syst…
Central nervous system
From your neck to your head. ... Is made up of the cerebrum, bra…
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Chapter 9 - Communications
Conflict
Kitchen-sinking
Power
Symmetrical Relationships
The process that occurs when people perceive that they have i…
A response to a conflict in which combatants hurl insults and…
The ability to influence or control events and people.
Relationships characterized by an equal balance of power, suc…
Conflict
The process that occurs when people perceive that they have i…
Kitchen-sinking
A response to a conflict in which combatants hurl insults and…
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communication chapter 9
reflected appraisal
self fulfilling prophecy
particular others
generalized others
the process of seeing ourselves through the eyes of others
expectations or judgements of ourselves that we bring out thr…
significant to us and shape how we see ourselves
society as a whole
reflected appraisal
the process of seeing ourselves through the eyes of others
self fulfilling prophecy
expectations or judgements of ourselves that we bring out thr…
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Chapter 9: Internal and External Communication
Communication
Message
Internal communication
External communication
The transferring of a message from the sender to the receiver…
The information or instructions being passed from the sender…
Communication between members of the same organisation.
Communication between the organisation and other organisation…
Communication
The transferring of a message from the sender to the receiver…
Message
The information or instructions being passed from the sender…
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Communication Chapter 9
Persuasion
Adoption
Discontinuance
Deterrence
A communication process, involving both verbal and nonverbal…
An action that asks the listener to adopt the behavior they a…
An action that asks the listeners to stop certain behaviors
An action that asks listeners to avoid certain behaviors
Persuasion
A communication process, involving both verbal and nonverbal…
Adoption
An action that asks the listener to adopt the behavior they a…
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Communications Chapter 9
all-channel network
authoritarian leadership style
chain network
coercive power
a communication network pattern in which group members are al…
a leadership style in which the designated leader uses legiti…
a communication network in which information passes sequentia…
the power to influence others by the threat or imposition of…
all-channel network
a communication network pattern in which group members are al…
authoritarian leadership style
a leadership style in which the designated leader uses legiti…
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Chapter 9 - Cell communication
Ligand-
Receptor protein-
Paracrine signaling-
Endocrine signaling-
A ligand is an ion or molecule (functional group) that binds…
In biochemistry and pharmacology, a receptor is a protein-mol…
Paracrine signaling is a form of cell-cell communication in w…
Thus, endocrine signaling occurs when endocrine cells release…
Ligand-
A ligand is an ion or molecule (functional group) that binds…
Receptor protein-
In biochemistry and pharmacology, a receptor is a protein-mol…
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Chapter 9: Cell Communication
Signaling Cell
Signaling Molecule
Receptor Molecule
Responding Cell
The source of the signaling molecule
The carrier of information transmitted when the signaling cel…
The molecule on the responding cell that binds to the signali…
The cell that receives information from the signaling molecule.
Signaling Cell
The source of the signaling molecule
Signaling Molecule
The carrier of information transmitted when the signaling cel…
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Communications Chapter 9
Benevolent Lie
Breadth
Cliches
Depth
defined (at least by the teller) as unmalicious, or even help…
Information volunteered- range of subject being discussed.
Are ritualized. stock responses to social situations- opposit…
of Information volunteered- the shift from relatively imperso…
Benevolent Lie
defined (at least by the teller) as unmalicious, or even help…
Breadth
Information volunteered- range of subject being discussed.
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chapter 9- cell communication
cell communication overview
Ligand types
4 basic mechanism for cell communication
Direct contact
it requires: ligand (signaling molecule) and receptor protein…
1. Hydrophobic: diffuse to cell membrane. usually bind with i…
1. Direct contact: Gap junction... 2. Paracrine signaling: betwe…
molecule on the surface of one cell recognized by receptors o…
cell communication overview
it requires: ligand (signaling molecule) and receptor protein…
Ligand types
1. Hydrophobic: diffuse to cell membrane. usually bind with i…
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Chapter 9 Communications
Relationship
perception
interpersonal relationship
1. Shared perception... 2. ongoing interd…
connection established when we communicate with another person
process of experiencing the world and making sense out of wha…
Perception shared by two people of an ongoing interdependent…
The four elements that constitute interpersonal relationships?
Relationship
connection established when we communicate with another person
perception
process of experiencing the world and making sense out of wha…
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Communication Chapter 9
magazine
muckrakers
general-interest magazines
photojournalism
a nondaily periodical that comprises a collection articles, s…
reporters who used a style of early-twentieth-century investi…
types of magazines that address a wide variety of topics and…
the use of photos to document events and people's lives
magazine
a nondaily periodical that comprises a collection articles, s…
muckrakers
reporters who used a style of early-twentieth-century investi…
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Public Communication (chapter 9)
Rhetoric
Public Communication
Private Sphere
Public Sphere
the art of designing public messages that can change the way…
a one-to-many form of communication wherein a single speaker…
when we communicate solely with our own interests in mind
when we communicate as members of a larger community and our…
Rhetoric
the art of designing public messages that can change the way…
Public Communication
a one-to-many form of communication wherein a single speaker…
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Communication Chapter 9
Goal Competence
Influence
Directives
Persuasion
The ability to set goals, anticipate probable consequences, a…
any act of communication, whether consciously intended or not…
(Influence) are straightforward statements or requests that i…
communicators use evidence and reasoning to get others to com…
Goal Competence
The ability to set goals, anticipate probable consequences, a…
Influence
any act of communication, whether consciously intended or not…
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Business Communication Chapter 9
Communication cycles
Communication phases
Double interact
Effectiveness
A series of interlocked message exchanges between organizatio…
Cycles of communication that facilitate organizing and... adapta…
An exchange of conditionally related messages with three comp…
In an organization, effectiveness refers to doing what is bes…
Communication cycles
A series of interlocked message exchanges between organizatio…
Communication phases
Cycles of communication that facilitate organizing and... adapta…
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Business Communication Chapter 9
formal report
informal report
informational report
analytical report
carefully structured report that is logically organized and o…
usually a short message written in natural or personal language
a report that carries objective information form one area of…
a report that presents suggested solutions to problems
formal report
carefully structured report that is logically organized and o…
informal report
usually a short message written in natural or personal language
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Communications Chapter 9
Syllogism
Deductive Argument
Major Premise
Minor Premise
The basic structure of a deductive argument that comes to an…
An argument that reasons from known premises to an inevitable…
The first part of a syllogism, consisting of a general statem…
A statement about a specific case related to the general char…
Syllogism
The basic structure of a deductive argument that comes to an…
Deductive Argument
An argument that reasons from known premises to an inevitable…
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Communications Chapter 9 Vocab
group
group communication
family
social friendship group
a collection of about three to 20 people who interact and att…
all the verbal and nonverbal messages shared among members of…
a group of intimates who through their communication generate…
a group comprised of friends who have a genuine concern about…
group
a collection of about three to 20 people who interact and att…
group communication
all the verbal and nonverbal messages shared among members of…
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Communications Chapter 9
group
1. shared identity 2. common goals 3.…
primary groups
support group
a collection of more than two people who share some kind of r…
3 key characteristics of a group
long-lasting groups that form around the relationships that m…
a set of individuals who come together to address personal pr…
group
a collection of more than two people who share some kind of r…
1. shared identity 2. common goals 3.…
3 key characteristics of a group
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Chapter 9 Effective Communication
Biases
prejudices
inferior
labeling
tendencies, prejudices
judgements or opinions formed before the facts are known
lower in grade
describing a person with a word that limits them like lazy, o…
Biases
tendencies, prejudices
prejudices
judgements or opinions formed before the facts are known
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Communications Chapter 9 Vocab
Avoiding (p 283)
Bonding (p 286)
Circumscribing (p 282)
Comparison Level (CL) (p 274)
A relational stage immediately prior to terminating in which…
A stage of relational development in which the partners make…
A relational stage in which partners begin to reduce the scop…
The minimum standard of what behavior is acceptable from a re…
Avoiding (p 283)
A relational stage immediately prior to terminating in which…
Bonding (p 286)
A stage of relational development in which the partners make…
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Communication chapter 9
Interpersonal conflict
Interaction
Interdependence
Image conflict
The interaction of interdependent people who perceive incompa…
Means that conflicts are created and sustained through verbal…
Means that you he people involved in the conflict are in a re…
A conflict with another about one's sense of self.
Interpersonal conflict
The interaction of interdependent people who perceive incompa…
Interaction
Means that conflicts are created and sustained through verbal…
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Chapter 9 Cell Communication
auxin
direct intercellular signal
contact dependent signal
autocrine signaling
cell to cell communication... intracellular receptors... non direct…
gap juction
auxin
cell to cell communication... intracellular receptors... non direct…
direct intercellular signal
gap juction
Communications Chapter 9
You should provide a full, formal cita…
You should present your verbal footnot…
You can only use a source as evidence…
A written bibliography can be supplied…
False
False
True
False
You should provide a full, formal cita…
False
You should present your verbal footnot…
False
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Communications Chapter 9
Norms
Roles
Interrole
Intrarole
-May be explicit or implicit... -May be widely shared or narrowl…
-sets of norms that apply to a specific subclass... -Expected ro…
Conflict occurs when one faces contradictory roles
Conflict arises when a single role had contradictory expectat…
Norms
-May be explicit or implicit... -May be widely shared or narrowl…
Roles
-sets of norms that apply to a specific subclass... -Expected ro…
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Communications Chapter 9
Small group
Types of groups
Primary groups
Social groups
A limited number of individuals who communicate interdependen…
Primary, social, help, civic, community-based, virtual, probl…
Satisfying basic needs. Fulfill the basic human needs of surv…
Having fun with friends. Provide members with opportunities f…
Small group
A limited number of individuals who communicate interdependen…
Types of groups
Primary, social, help, civic, community-based, virtual, probl…
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Public Communication (chapter 9)
Rhetoric
Public Communication
Private Sphere
Public Sphere
the art of designing public messages that can change the way…
a one-to-many form of communication wherein a single speaker…
when we communicate solely with our own interests in mind
when we communicate as members of a larger community and our…
Rhetoric
the art of designing public messages that can change the way…
Public Communication
a one-to-many form of communication wherein a single speaker…
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Chapter 9 | Cell Communication
Cell Communication-
Signals-
Why do cells need to respond to signals?
5 types of cell signaling:
Is the process of cells detecting and responding to signals i…
Are agents that influence the properties of cells. They affec…
1) They need to respond to a changing environment.... 2) Cells…
1) Direct intercellular signaling... 2) Contact-dependent signa…
Cell Communication-
Is the process of cells detecting and responding to signals i…
Signals-
Are agents that influence the properties of cells. They affec…
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Chapter 9: Cell Communication
Signaling Cell
Signaling Molecule
Receptor Molecule
Responding Cell
The source of the signaling molecule
The carrier of information transmitted when the signaling mol…
The molecule on the responding cell that brings to the signal…
The cell that receives information from the signaling molecule
Signaling Cell
The source of the signaling molecule
Signaling Molecule
The carrier of information transmitted when the signaling mol…
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Communications Chapter 9
According to social exchange theory, i…
It is possible to have a relationship…
According to social penetration theory…
According to social penetration theory…
most likely stay in the relationship.
True
inner core of personality.
more depth than breadth.
According to social exchange theory, i…
most likely stay in the relationship.
It is possible to have a relationship…
True
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Chapter 9- Communications
Argumentation skills
Arousal maintenance goals
battering
compliance- gaining messages
the ability to make an argument during conflict
goals relating to an individual need to avoid feeling uncomfo…
relationships in which one individual uses violence as a way…
communication strategies people use to influence one another
Argumentation skills
the ability to make an argument during conflict
Arousal maintenance goals
goals relating to an individual need to avoid feeling uncomfo…
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