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What is the study of the fuction of the human body? Physiology
A group of similar cells that perform a function Tissue
What body system is involved in responsivness Nervous System
Sweating is a response to elevated body temp as a process of homeostasis
Example of a receptor in a negative feedback loop would be Temp sensors on the skin that detect a stimulus
If a response decreases a disturbance the system is classified as negative
A cell or organism that responds to commands of the control center in negative feedback effector
Intracellular fluid of a cell is called cytoplasm
A cell membrane is compsed mostly of? phospholipd & protein
What is the smallest unit of life cell
The interior of a cell memebrane is? Hydrophobic
Is pinocytosis a example of passive transport? Yes
If you walk into your house and smell dinner you are experiencing? (aside from a miracle) Diffusion
What will happen to a cell that is placed in hypertonic solution? It will crenate
What must be present for diffusion to occur A concentration gradient
Are aquaporins necessary for active transport? NO
Is active transport an example of vesicular transport? NO
A cell will drink small amounts of fluid and solutes using? Pinocytosis
How is active transport different from facilitated diffusion? It moves against the concentration gradient
Which molecules would most likely be actively transported? Large molecules
In a cell where are proteins synthesized at? ribosome
ATP is produced by? Mitochondrion
Drugs are detoxified in? Perixosomes
Organelles that are fatal to the cell if they burst? Lysosomes
Study of structure? Anatomy
study of function? physiology
What is the order of orginzation of molecules, atoms, tissues, and cells? atoms, molecules, cells, tissues
Created by: vuaandp



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