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Biology Assessment

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What is the tenet of cell theory? 1. all living things are composed of cells 2. cells are basic functional units of life 3. cells arise only from other cells 4. cells store information using nucleic acids like DNA
What is happening in G0 state of cell? What stage are cells in before G0? Cells are not actively dividing. Cells are in G1 before entering G0.
Anatomical pathway of sperm during development proceeds from the - seminiferous tubules to the epididymis
What are Sertoli cells? They are supportive cells in seminiferous tubules
What are Leydig cells? They secrete testosterone.
What are totipotent cells? They are cells capable of becoming any cell type in the human body or even the placenta.
What are pluripotent cells? They are cells capable of becoming many cell types, but not all cell types.
What are determined cells? They are tied to one lineage.
What are differentiated cells? Cells that have undergone differentiation that means that they are no longer capable of becoming all cells types.
Created by: haughtonmc