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nucleus controls cell activity; important in cell division
lysosome contain enzymes that digest/destroy old cell material; important in immune system
mitochondria "powerhouse"
Endoplasmic Reticulum transports materials in and out of the nucleus; protein synthesis
chromatin DNA and protein
centrosome seperate in cell division and form fibers that attach to chromosomes
nucleolus inside the nucleus; cell reproduction
cell membrane outer protective covering; semipermeable
pinocytic vesicle allow molecules to enter
cytoplasm site of all chemical reactions
golgi apparatus produces, stores, and packages secretions for discharge from the cell
anatomy study of form and structure
physiology study of process
pathophysiology study of how disease occurs and body's response
mitosis asexual cell reproduction used by most cells
meiosis process by which sex cells reproduce
tissues cells of the same type joined together for a common purpose; water and various dissolved substances
epithelial covers body surface, forms lining of tracts, forms glands
connective support organs and body parts
soft connective adipose (fatty) and fibrous (ligaments/tendons)
hard connective cartilage (tough elastic material) and osseous (bone)
liquid connective blood (circulates O2 and CO2) and lymph (transports tissue fluid, etc.)
nerve made of neurons; controls and coordinates body activities
muscle power and movement;
skeletal bone
cardiac heart (causes heart to beat)
visceral found in urinary, repiratory, digestive tracts and blood vessels
Created by: Lisha_12