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What are the 3 different kinds of intercellular junctions?

1. Tight junctions (no matrix between cells)

2. Gap junctions (link the cytoplasm of one cell to another)

3. Spot Desmosomes (have plaque that connects the plasma membranes of adjacent cells)

Tight junction

Gap junction

Spot Desmosomes

Name the phases of Mitosis

1. Interphase

2. Prophase

3. Metaphase

4. Anaphase

5. Telophase

Describe Interphase

The cell replicates its DNA & 

The cell replicates its DNA &


Describe Prophase

Chromatin forms chromosomes & the spindle apparatus appears

Chromatin forms chromosomes & the spindle apparatus appears

Describe Metaphase

Chromosomes line up

Describe Anaphase

Chromatids are pulled apart to form duplicate chromosome sets

Describe Telophase

Chromatin unravels at the poles and a nuclear envelope appears.

What are the sections of the somatic cell cycle including the subsections of Mitosis and Interphase?

1. Mitosis

a. Prophase b. Metaphase

c. Anaphase d. Telophase

e. Cytokinesis

2. Interphase

a. G-1 (growth one)

b. S (synthetic) phase

c. G-2 (growth 2)

What does Active Transport need to work?

A carrier protein with a specific binding site

What is Osmosis?

The passive movement of water through a semipermeable membrane into a solution with less water

What does a Lysosome do?

Utilizes enzymes that help digest particles of bacteria or nutrients

Where does Ribosomal Subunit Synthesis occur?

The nucleolus

What is Cytosol?

The medium for transport of intracellular substances

What do Inclusions do?

Store and Transport substances containing manufactured or absorbed substances.

What does the Mitochondria do?

Produces ATP from respiration

What does the Endoplasmic Reticulum do?

Transport and store materials in the cell and synthesizes lipids, carbohydrates, and secretory proteins