Lecture_2_NOTES

Lecture_2_NOTES - Neurobiology:) CaliforniaStateBudget:(

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Neurobiology : ) California State Budget : ( http://ucforcalifornia.org/uc4ca/home/
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Lecture 2 Online Handouts: Lec 2 Notes Announcements: None Reading (Recommended): The Cell Plasma Membrane Membrane Potential Principles of the Cell Theory Cell is smallest structural and functional unit capable of carrying out life processes Functional activities of each cell depend on specific structural properties of the cell Cells are living building blocks of all plant and animal organisms Organisms structure and function ultimately depend on individual and collective structural characteristics and functional capabilities of its cells
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Cell Fig. 2 1, pg. 22 Nucleus Typically largest single organized cell component Enclosed by a double layered nuclear envelope Contains cell’s genetic material, DNA DNA functions Directs protein synthesis Serves as genetic blueprint during cell replication
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Cytoplasm Portion of cell interior not occupied by the nucleus Consists of Organelles “little organs”
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This note was uploaded on 02/10/2010 for the course BIO NPB taught by Professor Furlow during the Spring '10 term at UC Davis.

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