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intro to cells

basic intro to cell structure and function

cells exist in all ------ and ----- shapes sizes
a group of cells form what tissue
the study of the structure and form of cells and tissue is known as histology
each cell contains a chemical substance called protoplasm
if a cell is unable to function properly what happens disorder
what is at the centre of a cell nucleus
what surrounds the cell cell membrane
the membrane of the cell is porous
food can ----- the cell membrane entre
what leaves the cell membrane waste materials
the nucleus contains chromosomes
what do we inherit from our parents genes
genes are responsible for cell production and cell functioning
the liquid witin the cell membrane and surrounding the nucleus is called cytoplasm
when tissue is grouped together to form larger functions and structures this is refered to as organs
if the tissue is damaged, the cells divide to repair the damage this is known as regeneration
which tissue forms surface and lining for protection epithelial
which tissue supports, surrounds and connects different parts of the body connective tissue
which tissue contracts and produces movement muscular tissue
which tissue forms a communication system between different parts of the body nervous tissue
Created by: philippa.higgins