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characteristics and func of mitochondria
double limiting membrane, internal cristae, granular matrix filling space btw cristae, energy of cell ATP through oxidative phosphorylation
characteristics and func microtubules
cell form and symmmetry, intracellular transport of organelles and vesicles, struc basis for centrioles, cilia, flagella
characteristics and func microfilaments
cell mobility, cell-cell, cell-matrix. Ex: actin, myosin
characteristics and func intermed filaments
cell type specific. ex; cytokeratins in ecto and endo. desmin muscle cells
glycogen
small electron dense rosettes
proteins
granules, needle shaped or polygonal lattices
lipids
circular droplets
pigment
melanin, dense granules or irreg shpaed bodies
heterochromatin
dense nuclear aggregae
euchromatin
less dense nuclear matrix, where genetic material is transcribed into RNA.
characteristics and func plasma membrane
phospholipids, cholesterol, proteins, oligosacc, covalently linked to protein cores. hydrophobic tails inward
pop collar for your membrane "POPC"
mitosis stages
PPMAT: prophase" prometaphase metaphase, anaphase, telophase.
prophase
chrom condense
prometaphase
nuc env disappear, chrom random arranged
metaphase
chrom aligned at equator
anaphase
sister chromatids pull apart and migrate to opp poles
telophase
nuc env forms, chrom uncoils, followed by cytokinesis
interphase
follows mitosis. G1, S, G2, G(O)
apoptosis
programmed cell death. breakdown and phago
necrosis
pathological event after acute injury, undergo lysis and release contents, induces inflam response. No phago