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Chapter 1 Introduction to Cells
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A. Nerve B. Paramecium C. Plant cell (red = cellulose, orange = pectin) D. Bacterium E. Neutrophil
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Central Dogma
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Mitosis (Plant cell) 1880 drawing of cell division by E. Srasburger
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A. Cells in root tip; nuclei - red, wall - blue B. Collecting ducts in kidney; nuclei – red, ECM – purple Cells form Tissues
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Measurement of cell size
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Interference-contrast optics
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nucleus – blue microtubules – green pigment granules – red Confocal microscopy of human skin cell in culture
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TE M
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Shapes of Bacteria
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Photosynthetic Bacteria
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Unformatted text preview: H – nitrogen fixation cell V – CO 2 fixation S – spore formation Site of photosynthesis Yeast Cell Daughter cell Single nucleus? Mitochondria – green Nucleus – blue Mitochondrion Why so many membranes? Endosymbiotic Theory Plant cell Endocytosis Exocytosis Cytoskeleton A. Actin filaments B. Microtubules C. Intermediate filaments Prokaryote/Eukaryote Lineages SEM One protozoan eating another Temperature Sensitive Mutation Rescue Cell-cycle protein (Cdc2) identities Variation in Genome Size...
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