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bio204.s1.d57

cava bio 204 s1.d57 3.27 Cell Specialization

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Cell [-tion] means that different kinds of cells have specific structures that allow them to perform specific functions. Cell specialization means that different kinds of cells have specific structures that allow them to perform specific functions.
Cells of the same type work together as [...]. Cells of the same type work together as tissues.
Tissues work together as [...]. Tissues work together as organs.
Organs work together as [...] (e.g. nervous [...], skeletal [...], digestive [...], etc.) Organs work together as systems (e.g. nervous system, skeletal system, digestive system, etc.)
Complex multicell (aka multicellular) organisms develop from a single cell, a [...] (usually a fertilized egg). Complex multicell (aka multicellular) organisms develop from a single cell, a zygote.
Once the zygote begins dividing into more cells, it is called an [...]. Once the zygote begins dividing into more cells, it is called an embryo.
When exposed to sunlight, melanocytes is your skin produce a pigment called [...]. (melanocytes are also in your hair and produce [...] there regardless of sun exposure). When exposed to sunlight, melanocytes is your skin produce a pigment called melanin. (melanocytes are also in your hair and produce melanin there regardless of sun exposure).
[...] cells are cells that make the linings of organs, blood vessels, intestines, etc... If it's a lining, it's made of [...] cells. epithelial cells are cells that make th linings of organs, blood vessels, intestines, etc... If it's a lining, it's made of epithelial cells.
Created by: mr.shapard