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only in spermatozoa
flagellum
basis of sex determination
barr body
what forms lysosomes
golgi apparatus
cis face
receives material for processing
trans face
substances are released for transport to other parts of cell
cisternae located
btw
nucleus
secretory surface of cell
MT contain
polymerized tubulin
centrioles
centrosomes
ribosomes
protein synthesis
centrosomes
MT organizing center of cell
defense against bacterial invasion
macrophage
odontoblast >
dentin
leydig >
testosterone
sertoli >
testicular fluid
purkinje
cerebellum= cerebellar cortex
mesenchymal >
btw

ectoderm
endoderm
renal corpuscle of kidney
juxtaglomerular
goblet >
mucous membrane of
-repiratory
-intestinal tract
chromaffin >
-adrenal medulla
-paraganglia SNS
prickle >
stratum spinosum of epiderm
clara >
terminal bronchioles
ependymal >
brain ventricles
spinal cord
pyramidal>
cerebral cortex
sustentacular >
-internal ear =organ of corti
-taste bud
-olfactory epi
metaplasm >
lifeless substance =
yolk
fat
starch
interphase of mitosis
phase btw
divisions
RNA synthesis
M phase forms
2 diploid daughter cell
principle energy source of cell
mitochondria
cyclic DNa
mitochondria
fluid mosaic in
prokaryotic
eukaryotic
mesenchymal cells in dental papilla >
differentiate to
odontoblast
odontoblasts >
predentin >
calcifies >
dentin
mesenchymal cell
form loose woven tissue >
mesenchyme
=
embryonic CT
mesectoderm
from ectoderm
neural crest
-spinal ganglia
-ganglia of ANS
spinal ganglia =
dorsal root ganglia
basophils like
mast cells
mast cells contain >
heparin
hitamine
bradykinin
serotonin
heparin
anticoagulant
attaches to
mast cells
basophils
IgE
chromatid
chromosomes that appear as
chromatin granules
euchromatin
active chromatin
chromatin
dna
protein base
histone
heterochromatin
dense chromatin
inactive
most versatile cell in body
hepatocyte
liver fxn unit
lobule
what produces bile
hepatocyte
reticulendothelial macrophage
kupffer cell of liver
what lines sinusoids of liver
macrophages
hepatocytes contain
SER (for conjugation)
mitochondria
nucleolus
nucleus
surrounded by 2 memebranes
nucleus
abundance of RER
active cells ie

fibroblasts
osteoblasts
FEULGEN RXN
distinguishes

RNA
DNA
RER = ribosomes are attached
synthesis of proteins for outside of cell
SER
steroid synthesis
intercellular transport
detoxification
site of rRNA synthesis
nucleolus
nucleolus consists of
RNA
protein
ribosomes =
1-rRna
2-protein
protein factories =
ribosomes
end of cell division
telophase
beginning of cell division
anaphase
disappearance of nuclear envelope
metaphase
chromatin coil up in nucleus
prophase
what only undergoes meisis
gametes
ova
spermatozoa =
gametes
mitosis results in 2 daughter cells with
23 pairs of chromosomes =46