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cell,tissue test rev

cell,tissue & membrane test review

the constructive part of metabolism involving molecular synthesis anabolism
study of the structure,function,multiplication & pathology of cells cytology
substances such as acids,bases & salts which in solution, conduct an electric current electrolytes
process of continually building up/using protoplasm to carry on vital processes/activities metabolism
heredity info of the cell is found where nucleus
membrane which allows some molecules to pass thru but not others semipermeable membrane
group of similar cells arranged to perform a particular function tissue
small cavity/space in cell protoplasm containing air/fluid vacuole
organelles that function in cell division centrioles
control growth/reproduction of cells nucleic acids
2nd most abundant compound in protoplasm protein
cytoplasm is the 1 principle type of protoplasm
what is not a type of organelle chromosomes
tiny hairlike projection found on the epithelial cells flagellum
a cell function metabolize nutrients
requires energy from the cell or wraps itself around a foreign particle active transport
process of engulfing a SOLID particle phagocytosis
process of engulfing a LIQUID particle pinocytosis
what is not a type of passive transport phagocytosis
solvent molecules pass thru a semi-permeable membrane to equalize each side osmosis
particles move to equalize concentracion thruout diffusion
blood placed in distilled water is considered what type of solution hypotonic
solution that has the same concentration of dissolved particles isotonic
occurs in all human cells except reproductive & nerve tissue cells mitosis
characteristics of miosis gives rise to 4 daughter cells; contains only half the # of chromosomes
4 types of tissue muscle,nerve,epithelial & connective
what is not considered a connective tissue muscle
epithelium cells are classified by shape & layer arrangement
cells that look like tiny cylinders simple columnar
type of tissue located in the spleen and it's functions include filtering injurious substances from blood/lymph reticular
type of tissue located between tissue/organs and it's function is to connect tissue areolar
type of tissue located in the lymph/bone marrow and it's functions include formation of RBC,WBC and lymph hemopoietic
muscle tissue that is striated and voluntary skeletal
epithelium tissue has 2 sets of 46 chromosomes, the process of moving to opposites ends of the cell anaphase
which type of muscle tissue is found in the walls of hollow organs such as intestines/uterus visceral
cardiac muscle tissue is located where heart
muscle tissue is striated/involuntary cardiac
2 types of nerve tissue neuron,neuroglia
type of membrane that have essentially 2 layers, the epidermis and dermis cutaneous
membrane that lines joint,tendons & bursea synovial
lines cavities that open to the exterior of the body mucous
type of membrane that cover the body cutaneous
viseral/parietal are 2 layers tissue associated w/what type of membrane serous
golgi complex best defined by which of the following synthesized carbohydrates
are known as the "power plant" for the cell mitochondria
what increases the surface area of the cell microvilli
a round,dense structure concerned w/protein synthesis nucleolus
the cells own circulatory system endoplasmic reticulum
chromosomes are found in the nucleus
serous membranes line all cavities except oral
external ear, eustachian tube cartilage
Created by: clmcnees