Biology and Anatomy & Physiology Helps: The Cell
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This volume covers The Cell
Table of contents:
Note Taking Helps
Variations on Cel Membranes
Transport Across Membranes
Plasma Membrane Receptors
The Cytoplasm and Organelles
Resources and References
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a lesson supplement. This text is not intended to provide a comprehensive review of the materials covered without a full Biology or Anatomy & Physiology curriculum to back it up. The Biology and Anatomy & Physiology Helps series is designed to provide a limited review of the objectives and vocabulary covered by many instructors. This series is in note-like format to supplement any student study guide on the topic, and provides a self test at the end of each text to help with material review.
separated into early and late prophase or prophase and prometaphase metaphase chromosomes cluster at the midline centrosomes are at opposite ends of the cell anaphase begins when chromosomes split shortest phase motor proteins pull chromosomes toward poles telophase begins when chromosomal movement stops chromosomes reform into chromatin new nuclear membrane formed from rough endoplasmic reticulum nucleoli reappear cytokinesis division of the cytoplasm begins during late
in the cytoplasm transfer RNA (tRNA) -transfers amino acids to the ribosome from incorporation into proteins ribosomal RNA (rRNA) -a structural component of the ribosome transcription the transfer of information from DNA to RNA transcription factor (TF) gene activating chemicals stimulate the histones to loosen from the DNA binds to promoter or DNA sequence that specifies the start of RNA synthesis mediates the binding of RNA polymerase to the promotor RNA polymerase (RNAP) enzyme
water, from cells, is (hypertonic/hypotonic). The sodium-potassium pump helps maintaing what? What are the roles of membrane receptors? Label When does DNA replication occur? What are the phases of mitosis? Answers the cell integral or transmembrane tight junctions diffusion hypertonic resting membrane potential contact signaling, electrical signaling, chemical signaling, and G-protein linked receptors Cell Label nucleolus nucleus ribosome vesicle rough endoplasmic reticulum
Golgi apparatus cytoskeleton smooth endoplasmic reticulum mitochondria vacuole cytosol lysosome centriole cell membrane S phase prophase, metaphase, anaphase, telophase Resources and References Cell http://faculty.ucc.edu/biology-oksov/cell.htm Retrieved January 2013. Life Sciences Cyberbridge http://cyberbridge.mcb.harvard.edu/mitosis_4.html Retrieved January 2013. Marieb, Elaine N.; Hoehn, Katja N (2012-02-08). Human Anatomy & Physiology (9th Edition). Benjamin Cummings. Kindle