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CELL IS THE BASIC STRUCTURE OF ALL LIVING THINGS
TISSUES FORMED BY SIMILAR CELLS WORKING TOGETHER
ORGANELLE STRUCTURES WITHIN A CELL THAT PERFORM THE PROCESSES THAT KEEP A CELL ALIVE
MITOSIS A SEXUAL REPRODUCTION THE PROCESS OF CELLS SPLITTING INTO TWO NEW CELLS IDENTICAL TO THE ORIGINAL
MEIOSIS SEXUAL REPRODUCTION THROUGH A SERIES OF DIVISIONS STEM CELLS BECOME IMMATURE GAMETES THAT CARRY HALF THE CHROMOSOMES OF THE ORGANISM
GENE SECTION OF DNA THAT CODES FOR A SINGLE PROTEIN
SEMIPERMEABLE ABILITY OF THE CELL MEMBRANE TO ALLOW SOME SUBSTANCES TO FLOW THROUGH THE MEMBRANE WHILE KEEPING OTHER SUBSTANCES OUT
ENDOCRINE GLAND DUCT-LESS GLANDS THAT SECRETE HORMONES DIRECTLY INTO THE BLOODSTREAM
EXOCRINE GLAND GLANDS THE SECRETE HORMONES THROUGH DUCTS TO THE EXTERNAL BODY
CELL DIVISION ALL CELLS REPRODUCE TO CREATE NEW CELLS USING A PROCESS TWO DIFFERENT TYPES OF REPRODUCTION EXIST ONE IS MITOSIS OR SEXUAL REPRODUCTION AND THE OTHER IS MEIOSIS
DNA GENETIC MATERIAL FOUND IN THE NUCLEUS OF A CELL CARRIES ALL INFORMATION NEEDED TO MAKE A NEW ORGANISM
RNA SINGLE STRAND OF NUCLEOTIDES THAT IS RESPONSIBLE FOR PROTEIN SYNTHESIS
CELL MEMBRANE SKINLIKE COVERING OF THE CELL IT IS SEMIPERMEABLE ALLOWING SOME SUBSTANCES IN WHILE KEEPING OTHERS OUT TWO LAYERS THICK AND IS MADE OF PHOSPHOLIPIDS CHOLESTEROL AND PROTEIN
MITOCHONDRIA ARE SAUSAGE SHAPED ORGANELLES THAT ARE CALLED GLUCOSE AND TURN THEM INTO AN ENERGY SOURCE CALLED ADENOSINE TRIPHOSPHATE OT ATP
GLOGI BODIES THE PROCESSING OF PROTEINS CARBOHYDRATES AND OTHER SUBSTANCES THE CELL MAY NEED TO SECRETE THESE PROTEINS ARE NEEDED TO REPAIR AND MAINTAIN THE CELL MEMBRANE AND ARE USED BY ORGANS SUCH AS THE PANCREAS WHICH NEEDS PROTEIN TO TRANSPORT DIGESTIVE SYSTEM
LYSOSOME LYSOSOME MOVES FREELY INSIDE THE CELL THEY ACT LIKE TRASH COLLECTORS AND INGEST DEBRIS CELL DEBRIS CAN BE SUBSTANCES SUCH AS DEAD OR WORN CELL PARTS OR BACTERIA THESE ORGANELLES CONTAIN ENZYMES THAT DIGEST
PERIOXISOME ARE ANOTHER FREELY MOVING ORGANELLES SIMILAR TO LYSOSOME THEY ARE MEMBRANOUS BAGS CONTAINING ENZYMES THESE ENZYMES CLEANSE THE CELL BY BREAKING DOWN THE FATTY ACIDS AND DETOXIFYING ALCOHOL
NUCLEUS THE LARGEST CELL ORGANELLES CONTAINS CHROMOSOMES WHICH ARE THE GENETIC MATERIAL OF THE CELL THIS GENETIC MATERIAL IS DNA
NUCLEAR MEMBRANE THIS MEMBRANE SEPARATES THE CHROMOSOMES FROM THE OTHER ORGANELLES
CHROMOSOME GENETIC MATERIAL THAT CARRIES THE CODES THAT MAKE UP AN ORGANISM
ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM CELL ORGANELE THAT PROVIDES A TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM TO TAKE PROTEINS FROM THE RIBOSOMES TO THE GOLGI BODIES
RIBOSOME ORGANELLES THAT PRODUCE PROTEINS SOME RIBOSOMES RESEMBLE GRAINS OF SAND MANY RIBOSOMES ARE NEEDED BY THE PANCREAS TO PACKAGE AND SEND THOSE ENZYMES WHEN THEY ARE NEEDED
EPITHELIAL TISSUE ACTS AS A COVERING OR LINING I SURROUNDS THE EXTERNAL BODY AND THE INTERNAL ORGANS
CONNECTIVE TISSUE IT SUPPORTS AND ADHERES OTHER TISSUES TOGETHER CONNECTIVE TISSUE CAN AID IN PROTECTION ACT AS FRAMEWORK FOR OTHER STRUCTURES
MUSCLE TISSUE ARE ABLE TO CONTRACT OR SHORTEN TO CREATE MOVEMNET
NERVE TISSUE IS COMPOSED OF CELLS CALLED NEURONS AND IS FOUND IN THE BRAIN
SIMPLE SQUAMOS FILRATION AND DIFFUSION WALL OF CAPILLARIES AIR SACS OF THE LUNGS
SIMPLE CUBOIDAL SECRECTION AND PROTECTION SURFACE OF THE OVARIES LINING OF THE DUCTS OF SOME GLANDS
SIMPLE COLUMNAR ABSORPTION SECRECTION PROTECTION LINING OF GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT
STRATIFIED SQUAMOUS PROTECTION OUTER LAYER OF THE SKIN LINING OF MUCOUS MEMBRANES
STRATIFIED CUBOIDAL PROTECTION LINING OF SWEAT GLANDS AND SALIVARY GLANDS
STRATIFIED COLUMNAR PROTECTION AND SECRECTION MALE URETHRA AND VAS DEFERENS
TRANSITIONAL PROTECTION AND FLEXIBILITY INNER LINING OF URINARY BLADDER AND UTERUS
ADIPOSE ALSO CALLED FAT FOUND BELOW THE SKIN AND IN SPACES BETWEEN MUSCLES CUSHIONS AND PROTECTS ORGANS AND TISSUES
AREOLAR SOFT WEBLIKE FIBERS THAT HOLD ORGANS ON POSITION AND UNDERLINE THE MUCOUS MEMBRANES RESPONSIBLE FOR TISSUE EDEMA
BLOOD FLUID THAT TRANSPORTS MATERIALS THROUGHOUT THE BODY
BONE RIGID TISSUE THAT STORES MINERALS SUCH AS CALCUIM AND PHOSPHORUS AND SUPPORTS THE BODY
CARTILAGE ATTACHES BONES TO BONES AND MUSCLE TO BONE PROTECTS TISSUE AND PROVIDES STRUCTURE FOR BONE DEVELOPMENT
DENSE CONNECTIVE TIGHTLY PACKED ELASTIC FIBERS THAT FORM TENDONS AND LIGAMENTS
RETICULAR MESH OF FIBERS FOUND ONLY IN THE LYMPHOID TISSUE TO SUPPORT LYMPHOCYTES
SKELETAL MUSCLE CONSCIOUSLY CONTROLLED MUSCLE ATTACHED TO BONES THAT MOVE BY SHORTENING OR CONTRACTION OF THE MUSCLE ALSO CALLED VOLUNTARY
SMOOTH MUSCLE MUSCLE FOUND IN THE ORGANS THAT IS NOT CONSCIOUSLY CONTROLLED ALSO CALLED INVOLUNTARY
CARDIAC MUSCLE IS FOUND ONLY IN THE HEART ITS APPEARANCE IS A MIXTURE OF SKELETAL AND SMOOTH MUSCLE
NERVOUS TISSUE IS COMPOSED OF CELLS CALLED NEURONS FOUND IN THE BRAIN,SPINAL CORD,PERIPHERAL NERVES
MUCOUS MEMBRANES LINE BODY CAVITIES THAT OPEN TO THE OUTSIDE ENVIRONMENT SUCH AS NASAL CAVITY DIGESTIVE TRACT
SEROUS MEMBRANES LINE CAVITIES AND COVER ORGANS WITH NO OPENING TO THE OUTSIDE THE SEROUS FLUID ACTS AS A LUBRICANT TO PREVENT
ASCITES ACCUMULATION OF SEROUS FLUID IN THE PERITONEAL CAVITY MOST OFTEN CAUSED BY LIVER DISEASE OR TRAUMA
CONTRACTURE DECREASE IN MOBILITY OF CONNECTIVE TISSUE BECAUSE OF FIBROSIS OR THICKENING OF THE TISSUE
HEMOTHORAX COLLECTION OF BLOOD IN THE PLEURAL CAVITY THAT PREVENTS THE LUNGS FROM EXPANDING DURING INHALATION MOST OFTEN CAUSED BY TRAUMA
ISCHEMIA LOSS OF BLOOD SUPPLY TO A LOCALIZED AREA TISSUE ASSOCIATED WITH CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE
PLEURAL EFFUSION COLLECTION FLUID IN THE PLEURAL CAVITY THAT PREVENTS THE LUNGS FROM EXPANDING DURING INHALATION MOST OFTEN CAUSED BY HEART FAILURE OR KIDNEY FAILURE
PNEUMOTHORAX COLLECTION OF AIR IN THE PLEURAL CAVITY THAT PREVENTS THE LUNGS FROM EXPANDING DURING INHALATION MOST OFTEN CAUSED BY SMOKING,LUNG DISEASE,OR TRAUMA ALSO CALLED A COLLAPSED LUNG
ACTIVE TRANSPORT FORM OF CELL TRANSPORT THAT NEEDS TO USE ENERGY TO MOVE SUBSTANCES IN AND OUT OF A CELL
ATP THE ENERGY CREATED BY THE MITOCHONDRIA OF THE CELL
BULK TRANSPORT FORM OF ACTIVE TRANSPORT THAT CAUSES A CHANGE IN THE CELL MEMBRANE TO MOVE A SUBSTANCE IN AND OUT ENDOCYTOSIS AND EXOCYTOSIS ARE FORMS OF BULK TRANSPORT
CELLULAR TRANSPORT GENERAL TERM FOR MOVING SUBSTANCES BACK AND FORTH BETWEEN THE CELL AND THE ENVIROMENT
CILIA LONG HAIRLIKE PROJECTIONS ON THE SURFACE OF SOME CELLS THAT MOVE SUBSTANCES ACROSS THE SURFACE OF THE CELL
CODON THREE BASE PAIRS ON A STRAND OF DNA TAHT FORM AN AMINO ACID DURING PROTIEN SYNTHESIS
CONCENTRATION GRADIENT RANGE OF A CONCENTRATION FROM LOWEST TO HIGHEST
CYTOPLASM COLLECTIVELY FLUID AND ORGANELLES INSIDE OF THE CELL MEMBRANE
CYTOSOL SEMIFLUID SUBSTANCE IN WHICH CELL ORGANELLES ARE SUSPENDED
DIFFUSION MOVEMENT OF MOLECULES FORM A HIGHER CONCENTRATION TO A LOWER CONCENTRATION ACROSS A CONCENTRATION GRADIENT
EQUILIBRIUM STATE OF BALANCE IN CONCENTRATION GRADIENT IT IS WHEN THERE IS NO LONGER A MORE OR LESS CONCENTRATED AREA
FACILITATED DIFFUSION FACILITATED REFERS TO SOMETHING THAT IS ADDED
FILTRATION PROCESS OF BRINGING BLOOD INTO THE GLOMERULUS OF THE NEPHRON FOR SEPARATING SOLUBLE WASTES
FLAGELLUM SINGLE PROJECTION ON SOME CELLS THAT MOVES THE CELL BY PROPELLING IT FORWARD
GLAND CELLS OR ORGANS THAT SECRETE A SUBSTANCE THAT HAS SOME EFFECT ON ANOTHER CELL ORGAN
MATRIX SUBSTANCE COMPOSED OF NONLIVING MATERIALS IN WHICH THE CELLS THAT FORM THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF CONNECTIVE TISSUE ARE SUSPENDED
MEMBRANE THIN LAYERS IF TISSUE THAT COVERS STRUCTURES AND LINE CAVITIES
MICROVILLI FINGER LIKE PROJECTIONS LINING THE SMALL INTESTINE THAT INCREASE THE SURFACE AREA AND AID IN THE ABSORPTION OF NUTRIENTS
OSMOSIS FORM OF DIFFUSION THAT MOVES WATER FROM A PLACE OF HIGH CONCENTRATION TO A LOWER CONCENTRATION
PROTEIN SYNTHESIS PROTEIN MANUFACTURE IN THE RIBOSOMES DONE BY CHANGING THE GENETIC CODE IN EACH SEQUENCE OF DNA INTO INDIVIDUAL PROTEINS
SELECTIVELY PERMEABLE ABILITY OF THE CELL MEMBRANE TO ALLOW SOME SUBSTANCES TO FLOW THROUGH THE MEMBRANE WHILE KEEPING OTHER SUBSTANCES OUT
TRANSCRIPTION PROCESS OF CHANGING DNA INTO A CODE THAT RNA CAN DELIVER TO THE RIBOSOMES DURING PROTEIN SYNTHESIS
TRANSLATION PROCESS OF CHANGING THE NUCLEIC ACIDS OF DNA INTO AMINO ACIDS SO THAT THE STRAND CAN BE COPIED DURING PROTEIN SYNTHESIS
PHAGOCYTOSIS CELL EATING
PINOCYTOSIS CELL DRINKING
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