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Basic_Structure - Anatomic and Physiology of Domestic...

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Anatomic and Physiology of  Domestic Animals AVS350 Danilo Franco, DVM, PhD.
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Anatomic & Physiology Anatomy (Structure or form) Gross Microscopic Physiology (function) How the body works Biophysical and biochemical processes
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Basic Structure and Function The Cell, its structure and functions. Energy Production Functions of DNA and RNA Embryology Tissues Directional Terms and Planes Body Cavities.
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The Cell Trillions in body Highly organized Basic Cell Structure. Plasma membrane Cytoplasm (ground  substance where  organelles are  suspended) Nucleus
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Plasma Membrane
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Organelles Nucleus  (control center, DNA, Genetic Information) Nucleoli (RNA, Proteins) Endoplasmic Reticulum  (Tubular and Flat  vesicular structures, Protein, lipid) Golgi Apparatus  (Package secretory vesicles) Mitochondria  (Energy Production) Lysosomes  (Digestive System) Centrioles  (Cell division)
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