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Anatomy & Physiology

Ch. 1

Anatomy science of the structure of the body and the relation of its parts
Physiology the science of how the body functions
Prokaryote vs. Eukaryote P: Lacks a true membrane-bound nucleus # E: Has membrane-bound nucleus and many membrane-bound organelles
Three major parts of the eukaryotic cells Cell membrane, cytoplasm, nucleus
Cell membrane Function separates cell from external environment
Cell membrane Composition double phospholipid layer with interspersed proteins (fluid mosaic model), with carb chains and cholesterol
Cell membrane appendages Semipermeable, some contain cilia for surface movement or flagellum for cellular movement, or microvilli which increases surface area
Created by: tegancody