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APHY101 Wk 2 Lab

APHY Week 2 Lab

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What are the 3 main Cell Components? Nucleus, Cytoplasm/Cytosol, and Organelles
The Nucleus contains what 3 things? 1. DNA in the form of chromatin 2. Nucleolus 3. Nuclear Membrane
Name all 11 Organelles 1. Mitochondira 2. Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER) 3. Golgi Body 4. Vacuoles/Vesicles 5. Lysosomes 6. Cytoskeleton 7. Centrioles (plural)/Centrisome(single) 8. Flagellum 9. Cilia 10. Microvili 11. Cell Membrane
Lysosomes contain digestive enzymes
Centrroles have function in cell division
Flagellum a long tail which beats to move the cell
Cilia hairlike projections used to propel substances across the cell surface
Microvilli increases surface area
Another Name for the Cell Membrane Plasma Membrane
Name the 2 types of membrane transportation Diffusion & Osmosis
Define Osmosis diffusion of water
Diffusion the spreading of particle from an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration
What happens during Interphase? DNA is in the form of chromatin, Nucleus is intact, and Nucleolus is present
What happens during Prophase? Nucleolus disappears, Nucleus opens up, and DNA coils into chromasomes
What happens during Metaphase? Chromosomes line up on the metaphase plate (spindle equator)
What happens during Anaphase? Centroles pull the chromosomes apart
What happens during Telophase? Chromosomes stop moving, Nucleus divides, Cytokinesis
What is Cytokinesis? the division of cytoplasm (begins during late anaphase and continues through and beyond telophase)
What are Daughter Cells? the 2 resulting cells at the end of mitosis (final product)
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