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anatomy terms

Chemical digestion series of catabolic steps in which complex food molecules broken down to building blocks by enzymes
action potential large transient depolarization event including polarity reversal conducted along the membrane of a muscle cell
acrosome an organelle covering the head of animal sperm and containing enzymes that digest the egg cell coating, thus permitting the sperm to enter the egg.
dendrite branching neuron process that serves as a reciptive or input, region
diencephalon part forebrain between cerebral hemisphere and midbrain including thalmus
chromosomes barlike bodies of tightly coiled chromatin
chromatid one of two identical chromosomal strands into which a chromosome splits longitudinally preparatory to cell division.
fimbriae A fringelike part or structure, as at the opening of the fallopian tubes.
gastrulation development process that produces three primary germ layers, ectoderm, endoderm, mesoderm
blastula the early developmental stage of an animal, following the morula stage and consisting of a single, spherical layer of cells enclosing a hollow, central cavity.
glyconeogenesis formation of glucose from noncarbohydrate molecules
glycolysis breakdown of glucose to pyruvic acid
metabolism sum total of chemical reactios occuring in body cells
homozygous identical genes
hetrozygous different genes
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