By M. Brouwer, W.E.S. Carr, W. Ross Ellington, D.W. Engel, R.A. Gleeson, B. Korsgaard, T.S. Moerland, T. Mustafa, D.J. Prior, B.D. Sidell, K.C. Srivastava, H.G. Trapido-Rosenthal, R.E. Weber, R.W. Wiseman
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Argus. Physiological response profiles to adenine nucleotides and adenosine (100 ~M) for "AMP-best" cells (A) and "ATP-best" cells (B) (data from Derby et aI. 1984 and Zimmer-Faust et aI. 1988). C and D compare sensillar uptake of 3H_ versus 32P-Iabel from AMP and ATP. 3H-Iabeling of AMP and ATP was at the 2 and 8 positions of the adenine ring; 32P-Iabeling was at the a-phosphate group and y-phosphate group of AMP and ATP, respectively (After Trapido-Rosenthal et aI. 1987) Chemosensory Systems in Lower Organisms 41 Physiological evidence for the presence of external chemoreceptors sensitive to AMP in seawater was first obtained from the olfactory organ (antennule) of the Florida spiny lobster Panulirus argus.
1981). Also, larvae can be habituated or desensitized to inducing compounds (Hadfield and Scheuer 1985; Trapido-Rosenthal and Morse 1986 a, b), just as a variety of neurons can be habituated to their stimuli (Posner et al. 1982; Borden et al. 1984). (3) Transduction of the GABA-triggered signal in abalone larvae appears to involve both a depolarizing transmembrane ion flux (Baloun and Morse 1984; Morse 1985) and an intracellular second messenger (Trapido-Rosenthal and Morse 1986b; Baxter and Morse 1987; see Sect.
In this section, the focus will be upon two topics: (1) evidence for the occurrence of receptor systems for acetylcholine and catecholamines on the membranes of unicellular flagellates and ciliates, and (2) peptide mating factors in yeast that, like many bioactive peptides in internal tissues, are produced by the hydrolysis of an erstwhile inactive protein. 2 Protozoan Receptors for Acetylcholine and Catecholamines Two major types of receptors have been described for the neurotransmitter acetylcholine (ACh).
Advances in Comparative and Environmental Physiology by M. Brouwer, W.E.S. Carr, W. Ross Ellington, D.W. Engel, R.A. Gleeson, B. Korsgaard, T.S. Moerland, T. Mustafa, D.J. Prior, B.D. Sidell, K.C. Srivastava, H.G. Trapido-Rosenthal, R.E. Weber, R.W. Wiseman