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CELLULAR ANATOMY

TERMS

TermDefinition
GOLGI COMPLEX PREPARES PROTEIN & LIPID (FAT) MOLECULES FOR USE IN OTHER PLACES INSIDE AND OUTSIDE OF CELL
LYSOSOME BREAK DOWN AND DISPOSES OF CELLULAR WASTES
MITOCHONDRIA ORGANELLE PRODUCES AND STORES ENERGY IN FORM OF ADRENOSINE TRIPHOSHPHATE (ATP) W/ COMPLEX CYCLE OF PRODUCTION KNOWN AS KREBS'S CYCLE
RIBOSOMES SYNTHESIZE PROTEIN W/ LINKING DIFFERENT AMINO ACIDS THE INSTRUCTIONS OF THE MESSENGER RNA MOLECULES
CELL MEMBRANE GATE KEEPER OF THE CELL
CYTOSKELETON PART OF THE CELL THAT MAINTAINS THE SHAPE AND FORM OF THE CELL
CYTOPLASM SUBSTANCE WHICH MAKES UP THE BULK OF A LIVING CELL AND CONTAINS THE ORGANELLES
CELL ORGANISMS FROM WHICH LIVING THINGS ARE CREATED
ORGANELLE CELL THAT HAS A SPECIFIC FUNCTION
ORGAN SELF-CONTAINED PART OF AN ORGANISM THAT PERFORMS A SPECIFIC FUNCTION
CELLULAR FUNCTION PROCESSES THAT INCLUDE GROWTH, METABOLISM, REPLICATION, PROTEIN SYNTHESIS, AND MOVEMENT
ANATOMICAL POSITION THE BODY AS STANDING; FEET TOGETHER; ARMS TO THE SIDE; WITH HEAD, EYES AND PLAMS OF HAND FORWARD
DIRECTIONAL TERMINOLOGY EXPLAIN RELATIONSHIPS OF LOCATION OF ANATOMICAL ELEMENTS (DISTAL, POSTERIOR, MEDIAL, ETC)
ORGAN SYSTEM GROUP OF ORGANS THAT WORK TOGETHER WITHIN THE BODY: CIRCULATORY, INTEGUMENTARY, SKELETAL, REPRODUCTIVE, DIGESTIVE, URINARY, RESPIRATORY, ENDOCRINE, LYMPHATIC, MUSCULAR, NERVOUS
REFERENCE PLANE DIVIDING THE BODY TO DESCRIBE LOCATIONS: SAGITTAL, CORONAL, AND TRANSVERSE
TISSUE GROUP OF CELLS W/ SIMILAR STRUCTURE THAT FUNCTION TOGETHER AS A UNIT BUT AT LOWER LEVEL THAN ORGANS
Created by: smean
 

 



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