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The lumen of smooth ER is filled with ..., which technically means that they are (inside or outside?)
extracytoplasm
outside
SER is continuous with ...
RER
... tends to form longer plates.

structures of ... are more sac like or tubular
RER
SER
SER is predominant in ... cells (occupies a large proportion of the cytoplasm)
steroid synthesizing
In a liver cell, there is lots of ...
SER
SER is sparse in other cell types, such as ... cells
exocrine gland
what is a stacked up structure that usually surrounds a lumen?
cisternae
-enzymes incorporated into SER membranes are in contact with the ...
-Enzymes for ... are located in the SER and mitochondria
-cytoplasmic matrix
-steroid hormone synthesis
What kind of cell has SER that is involved in metabolism of lipid soluble drugs, such as barbiturates?
Hepatocyte (liver cell)
What does this describe?

Administration of barbiturates over a period of time leads to an induction of SER elements and increased metabolism of any new drug administration
drug tolerance
If you take drugs chronically, SER will (increase or decrease) dramatically.
increase
... reacts and puts drugs in a less toxic form.
SER
SER contains ... which releases glucose from glycogen stored in liver.
glucose-6-phosphatase
Fasting causes SER to ... in hepatocyte, therefore, there is an increased rate of glucose release from glycogen.
proliferate
if you eat a large fat diet, you will (increase or decrease) SER?
increase
SER has a storage of ... in skeletal muscle.

SER in skeletal muscle is called ...
calcium ions

sarcoplamic reticulum
SER synthesizes ... for all cell membranes, which can be added one at a time.
phospholipids
The phospholipid-transporting protein can migrate, pull off phosphates from the ..., and put it over in the membrane that's lacking phospholipids.
SER
Fasting over a prolonged period of time leads to (increase or decrease) in the number of SER elements?
increase