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Chapter 6 cell structures

Chapter 6 cell structures - 2 function IV Cytoskeleton...

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Chapter 6: A tour of the cell I. Cell theory A. First views of cells B. Advanced studies of cells and tools used to study them II. Cell types and size limitations A. Eukaryotes vs. Prokaryotes B. Size limitations III. Cell organelles A. Nucleus (Fig. 6.10) B. Ribosomes 1. site of protein synthesis 2. structure 3. types of ribosomes: free and bound C. Endoplasmic reticulum (Fig. 6.12) 1. structure 2. types of ER: smooth ER and rough ER D. Golgi apparatus (Fig. 6.13) E. Lysosomes F. Vacuoles (e.g., Fig. 6.15) G. Mitochondria H. Chloroplasts I. Peroxisomes 1. structure
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Unformatted text preview: 2. function IV. Cytoskeleton: Table 6.1 is good review A. Functions B. Types of cytoskeleton fibers (Table 6.1) 1. Microtubules (Fig. 6.24, 6.26) 2. Microfilaments (Table 6.1) 3. Intermediate fibers V. Surfaces of cells A. Cell Walls (Fig. 6.28) 1. where found 2. structure in plants B. Extrcellular matrix (Fig. 6.29) 1. ECM components 2. functions of ECM IV. Intercellular junctions (pp 120-121: Fig. 6.31) A. Plasmodesmata in plants B. Animal junctions (Fig. 6.31) 1. tight junctions 2. desmosomes 3. gap junctions...
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