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Size of red blood cell:
Size of oocyte:
Size of atoms:
Size of mitochondrion:
10microns
100microns
0.1nm
3microns
Smallest objects unaided human eye sees:
up to 1mm
Compound light microscope range
1micron to 10mm
Range of transmission electron
0.5nm to 10mm
Scanning electron microscope:
10nm to 100mm
Define digestion:
Processes of catabolism that makes nutrients small enough to be absorbed
RUQ
liver, gallbladder, right kidney, small/large intestine
LUQ:
Stomach, pancreas, spleen
RLQ:
Cecum, appendix, reproductive organs
LLQ:
Most small intestine, reproductive organs
Dermis is composed of
papillary layer, reticular layer
Order of fascia's starting shallow
Superficial, deep, subserous
Cristae produce what
ATP
Nucleus contains what portions
nucleopaslm, nuclear envelope, perinuclear space, nuclear pores, and nuclear matrix
In chromosomes, DNA is wrapped around?
Histones
Definition of ion pump
carrier proteins for charged particles
Better explanation of transition reaction
Pyruvic acid is shuttled into mitochondria where it is converted into acetyl-CoA
Better explanation of krebs cycle
H's are stripped off acetyl CoA. CO2 is left as waste product and H2O.
Pinocytosis:
Absorption of extracellular fluids. Generates small vesicles and is nonspecific in the substance that it transports.