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TermsDefinitions
supine face up
cytology study of cells
homeostasis constant internal environment
lumbar lower back
prone face down
metabolism all chemical activity in body
ventral body cavity thoracis and abdominopelvic
histology study of tissues
ribosomes RNA and protein; protein synthesis
lysosomes cell vesicles with digestive enzymes
integral proteins embedded in the plasmalemma
Golgi apparatus flattened membrane discs, packaging
endocytosis packaging of materials for import into cell
cytoskeleton internal protein framework in cytoplasm
tight junction adjacent plasmalemmae bound by bands of interlocking proteins
nucleus control center; stores genetic information
S phase DNA replication
skeletal muscle striated
mast cell wandering cell
avascular all epithelia
transitional urinary bladder
goblet cell unicellular, exocrine gland
cartilage lacunae
simple epithelium single cell layer
ground substance connective tissue component
holocrine secretion cell destroyed
Created by: cpeary