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A &P 1-Lab 4

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what’s the main site of ATP synthesis mitochondrion
what encloses the chromatin nucleus
which part of the cell is the sac of digestive enzymes lysosome
examples of ____ include glycogen granules and ingested foreign materials inclusion
this part of the cell forms basal bodies and helps direct motorists spindle formation cytoskeleton
site of protein synthesis ribosome
forms the external boundary of the cell plasma membrane
site of lipid synthesis smooth er
packing site for ribosomes nucleolus
this part of the cell is responsible for packing proteins for transportation golgi apparatus
internal cellular network of rodlike structures centriole
what is the function of mitotic cell division where one cell becomes two identical cells
what is interphase? normal activities
early prophase chromatin condenses
late prophase nuclear envelope breaks up
metaphase centrosomes are at opposite ends of the cell. chromosomes line up in middle
anaphase chromosomes pull to opposite poles
telophase identical sets of chromosomes at opposite poles. cell starts to split
cytokinesis ring of actin microfilaments form a cleavage furrow and pinches cell apart
given that antibodies are made by proteins, which membrane-enclosed cell organelle would you expect plasma cells to have in abundance? ribosomes
which organelle would you expect to play the biggest role in cell decomposition lysosomes
where in the cell cycle would medication halt a cell with fungus? late interphase or prophase. it would prevent the infected cell from replication
referred to as mitosis division of the nucleus
division of cytoplasm cytokinesis
different between chromatin and chromosomes chromosomes coil, condense, and shorten
chromosomes attach to spindle fibers by undivided structures centromeres
cell undergoes mitosis but not cytokinesis binuclear cell
acts as scaffolding for chromosomal attachment and movement spindle
period of life when cell isn’t in division interphase
cell populations that don’t undergo cell division neurons, skeletal muscle cells, cardiac muscle cells
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