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SPC A&P Test I Cont

Cell Anatomy

3 Parts of a Cell Nucleus; Cytoplasm; Cell Membrane
Nuclear Membrane Envelope around Nucleus (blue)
Nucleolus Bodies inside the nuclear membrane (white)
Chromatin Hairy type stuff inside the nuclear membrane (red/brown color)
Organelles Structures within the cytosol that perform specific functions within the cell. (fruit cocktail)
Mitochondria Cheeto type structure (orange) Produce 95% of ATP required by the cell.
Golgi Body Thin stacks of flattened membranes containing chambers (red)
Golgi Vesicles Circle that extend from golgi body (secretory vesicles) (red circles)
Lysosome Vesicles containing digestive enzymes (purple bumps)
Fat Vacuole Where food is stored (peroxisomes) (yellow bumps)
Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum Network of membranous channels extending throughout the cytoplasm (blue sacks with red dots) contains ribosomes
Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum Blue Sacks without ribosomes
Ribosomes RNA + proteins; can be attached to endoplasmic reticulum or scattered in cytoplasm (red)
Centrioles Migrate - leads to division of cells (pink/white cylinders)
Mitosis Division of the nucleus
List the 4 Phases of Mitoses Prophase; Metaphase; Anaphase; Telophase
What happens during Prophase? Beginning of Mitosis. Centrols migrate to opposite poles. Spindle fibers are formed. Nuclear Membrane disappears.
What happens during Interphase? Cell looks normal. Has nucleus in center.
What happens during Metaphase? Chromatids move to center.
What happens during Anaphase? Take on "V" shape.
What happens during Telophase? Spindle fibers disappear. Daughter Cells. Nuclear membranes re-appear
Epithelial Tissue
Created by: ay4christ



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