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SSCT Test 2 Review

SSCT Chapter 3 Test 2 Review

Ribosomes Synthesize protein; cells "protein factory
Endoplasmic Reticulum Receives and transports protein (rough), Synthesizes lipids and some carbohydrates (smooth)
Golgi apparatus chemically processes, then packages substances from the ER
Mitochondria ATP synthesizes; a cells "power house"
Lysosomes a cells digestive system
Centrioles Function in cell production
Cilia move substances over suface of the cell
Flagella "Tail of the male sperm cell"
Nucleus Dictates protein synthesis
RNA Uracil
DNA Thymine
Interphase normal cell function
Prophase gets organized, spindle fibers appear, nucleolus & nuclear membrance disapper
Metaphase chromosomes line up, spindle fibers attach
Anaphase chromosomes move to opposite ends of cell, cleavage furrow
Telophase organelles and cytoplasm divide, cell division complete
Original cell mother cell
New cells daughter cells
Epithelial Tissue coverings and linings
Connective Tissue most abundant (nose, ears, carlilage, bone)
Muscle Tissue ability to contract and shorten
Nervous Tissue ability to generate and conduct electricity
Created by: dmdisme