Chapter 3 Cells 2 - The Structure and Function The Of the...

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Chapter 3 Chapter 3 The Structure and Function The Structure and Function Of the Cell Of the Cell Of the Human Body Of the Human Body Martini & Bartholomew
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Cells Cells Chapter 3 Chapter 3
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Robert Hooke Robert Hooke
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Robert Hooke Robert Hooke
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Cells Cells The cell is the structural and functional unit of all living matter.
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Cellular Diversity Cellular Diversity 100 trillion cells in the body -- 200 different types Vary in size and shape related to their function
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I. The Typical Cell: Structures and Functions I. The Typical Cell: Structures and Functions
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I. The Typical Cell: Structures I. The Typical Cell: Structures and Functions and Functions A. Cell Membrane 1.The cell membrane is composed of a phospholipid bilayer that contains proteins. 2.The cell membrane is selectively permeable; it regulates what enters or leaves the cell.
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Cell Membrane Cell Membrane Phosphate Lipid Chains
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B. Structures Inside the Cell B. Structures Inside the Cell 1.The nucleus is the control center of the cell; it stores the genetic information. Nuclear membrane Nuclear membrane
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B. Structures Inside the Cell B. Structures Inside the Cell mRNA is made inside the nucleus, but functions inside the cytoplasm Nucleoplasm contains Chromatin & Nucleolus (makes ribosomes) Nuclear membrane Nuclear membrane
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B. Structures Inside the Cell B. Structures Inside the Cell 1. The cytoplasm is a gel-like substance inside the cell membrane but outside the nucleus. 2. Many different organelles are in the cytoplasm:
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B. Structures Inside the Cell 4. Mitochondria
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This note was uploaded on 06/06/2011 for the course BIO 180 taught by Professor Sarahbales during the Spring '11 term at Moraine Valley Community College.

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