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the shape of the smooth ER can be described as ...
Tubular or vesicular appearance
smooth ER is predominant in ...
steroid synthesizing cells
SER functions to convert ... into different forms
cholesterol
SER makes cell ...
membranes
a. smooth ER
b. mitochondria
c. rough ER
identify the labeled intracellular structures:
a.
b.
c.
identify the labeled structures:
a.
b.
c.
d.
a. secretory granules
b. lumen
c. golgi
d. nucleus
enzymes for steroid hormone synthesis are located in ... and ...
SER
mitochondria
enzymes incorporated into SER membranes are in contact with the ...
cytoplasmic matrix
hepatocyte SER is involved in metabolism of lipid soluble ... such as ...
drugs
barbiturates
cisternae are ...
flattened membrane disks
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
SER contains glucose-6-phosphatase which releases ... from ...stored in liver
glucose
glycogen
when fasting ... proliferates in hepatocyte therefore, increased rate of ... release from stored ...
SER
glucose
glycogen
SER in skeletal muscle is called ... and stores ... in skeletal muscle.
sarcoplasmic reticulum
calcium ions
SER synthesizes ... for all cell membranes.
phospholipids
phospholipids can be added to the membrane 2 ways:
1.
2.
1. one at a time
2. vesicles can be released and fused into membrane