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IDA MOFFETT SCHOOL OF NURSINGSAMFORD UNIVERSITYNURG 533:Advanced Physiology and PathophysiologySTUDY GUIDE for Cellular BiologyOBJECTIVESUpon completion of this module, the student should be able to:Define the parts of cells and their primary functionsIdentify the process of active and passive transportExplain the cell cycleCompare and contrast endocytosis and exocytosisExpress the primary role of ATPDistinguish between the four types of specialized tissuesDifferentiate between different types of woundsREQUIRED ACTIVITIES:Review the required lecture, review the power points, readings, and complete the study questions.Understanding of content will be evaluated on ExamsREQUIRED READINGSMcCance, K. & Huether, S. (2019). Pathophysiology: The Biologic Basis for Disease in Adults andChildren. (8th ed.) St. Louis, MO: Elsevier. (ISBN: 978-0-323-58347-3)Lecture Links are posted on the Canvas homepage of the course.STUDY QUESTIONS:Complete the following in order to prepare for your exam.The study guide is anadjunct to your preparation. The exam will come from all assigned readings, lectures, and assignments.Chapter 11. What are the primary differences in prokaryotes and eukaryotes?
2. Name the three main components of the eukaryotic cell.1
3. Name the primary functions of each of the following:NucleusThe nucleus, known as the control center of the cell is surrounded by thecytoplasm, is typically in the center of the cell, and is thelargest membrane-bound organellein thecell. Itsmain functions are cell division and the control of genetic information.It contains thechromosomes, which you know are composed of DNA, and the nucleolus. (pg.3)repository of genetic information i.e. DNANucleolus-The nucleolus is responsible for making ribosomes, which are RNA proteincomplexes, and their chief function is to provide sites for cellular protein synthesis.The histoneproteins regulate the activity of the DNA. (pg.2)synthesizes ribosomesCytoplasm –The cytoplasm, is made up of an aqueous solution called cytosol that fillsup the cytoplasmic matrix, which is the space between the nucleus and the plasma membrane.It,houses and protects the organelles of the cells, including the nucleus. It makes up about ½ thevolume of the cell. Its functions include synthesis and transport, elimination of waste, metabolicprocesses, maintenance, motility, and storage. (pg.3-4)means of transport of genetic material and the products of cellular respiration

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