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47 Cards in this Set

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What are the Characteristics of a cell membrane?
Phospholipid, Bilayer on cell membrane, selective (Semiperaramble)
What are the two components of cytoplasm?
Organelles and Cytosol
Where do ribosomes form before entering cytoplasm?
Rough ER
What are the two types of passive transport?
Diffusion and filtration
What are the types of active transport?
Solute Pumping, exocytosis, endocytosis and bulk transport
What are the two types of endocytosis?
phagocytosis (Cell eating) and pinocytosis (Cell drinking)
What is the Hypertonic solution?
Fewer Solutes
Which is the phase of mitosis where the chromosomes pulled apart and moved to opposite poles?
What are the characteristics of RNA?
Single Stranded, Uracil instead of Thymine
Where does DNA Replication take place in the cell cycle?
What is the complimentary bases for the DNA Strand of GTA-GCA?
Where is the goblet cells found?
digestive- simple Columnar
Characteristics of Epithelial cells
free tissue, lower level bound by basement membrane, regenerate easilt a vascular
What type of tissue is found in the urinary bladder?
transitional epithelial
What type of epithelial cells can take the most abuse and friction?
Stratified squamos epithelium
Tendons are ________ connective tissue?
What is the most likely subcutaneos connective tissue found under skin?
Adipose Tissue
Where are interculated disks found?
Cardiac Muscle (Heart)
What type of muscle found in hollow organs?
Smooth Muscle
Where are ribosomes assembled?
Does favilitativve diffusion require energy (ATP)?
No - Active transport
What happens to a cell placed in hypotonic solution?
Swells and bursts
What stage of a cell is a cell resting?
How many layers does stratisfied squamos epithlium have?
microscopic features of cardiac muscle?
1 Nucleus, intercalculated disks, stretiated
Microscopic featurs of smooth muscle
1 Nucleus, no straitied, spindle shaped
What organelle is marked in red?
Smooth ER
Which is covered by red?
Which is covered by red?
Which is covered by red?
Which is covered by red?
Nuclear Membrane
Which is covered by red?
Golgi Apparatus
Which is covered by red?
Which is covered by red?
chromatin threads
Which is covered by red?
plasma membrane
Which is covered by red?
Rough ER
Five common functions common to all cells
mobility, digestion, exretion, metabolism, grow
Hypertonic solution
low solutes, high solvent
Hypertonic sol
high solute, low solvent
Isotonic solution
equal solutes and solvents; equal movement
Give the cell shape, radiate from the cell center, have thickest diameter
Intermediate Filaments
resist tension placed on a cell, are most stable
involved in moving intracellular movement
Which junction has linker proteins spanning the intercellular space?
Gap Junctions
Which cell junction is an anchoring junction?
Which cell junction forms an impermeable barrier?
tight junctions
Mitosis is the divison of the