This preview shows pages 1–3. Sign up to view the full content.
This preview has intentionally blurred sections. Sign up to view the full version.View Full Document
Unformatted text preview: What is the organism heirarchy ? What does cell, tissue, organ, organ system describe? What is included in the cytoplasm ? Where are organelles, cytoskeleton, and inclusions located? What is an inclusion ? What is a metabollically inactive structure w/in a cell ? What has a hydrophillic head and hydrophobic tail ? What is the makeup of the phospholipid bilayer ? What is the function of rER ? Whose function is protein synthesis ? What is the function of smooth ER ? Whose function is lipid synthesis ? What are the 3 parts of mitochandria ? What organelle has an inner membrane, outer membrane, and matrix ? What are the 2 parts of lysosomes ? What organelle has a membrane and enzymes (acid hydrolases) ? What is the function of acid hydrolases ? What is a splitter of any organic molecule ? What is autolysis ? What is cell suicide called? What is phagocytosis ? What is it called when undesirable structures are destroyed ? What are the 2 parts of peroxisomes ? What organelle has a membrane and enzymes (oxidases) ? What is the function of oxidase enzymes ? What acts to chemically get rid of free radicals ? What is the function of the golgi apparatus? Whose function is packaging and carbohydrate synthesis ? What is the function of the cytoskeleton ? What is responsible for cell shape and movement ? How long is the half life of microfilaments, microtubules, and intermediate filaments? few minutes, few hours, weeks What are some examples of inclusions ? What are pigment granules, glycogen, and lipids examples of? What is contained in the nucleus ? Where are the nuclear envelope, chromatin, and nucleolus ? What does the nuclear envelope consist of? What has a double membrane and nuclear pores ? What forms heterochromatin and euchromatin ? What does Cromatin form? What is contained in the chromatin of the nucleus? Where is the DNA and chromosomes kept in the nucleus? Which is inactive/active between heterochromatin and euchromatin? Hetero=inactive Where is rRNA produced? What is produced in the nucleolus? What does epithelium cover? What covers all surfaces of the body, inside/out ? What are the functions of epithelium ? What layer can act as a barrier or transfer ? How does apocrine excretion work? What type of excretion involves the cell pushing the secretion to the apex, then pinching it off ? How does merocrine excretion work? What type of excretion involves secretion through exocytosis ? How does holocrine excretion work? What type of excretion is the cell the excretion (it pops) ? Week 1 What is a fertilized egg ? What is a zygote ? What happens in mitosis ? What is cleavage of the zygote ? What is the morula ? What is the cluster of cells moving toward the uterus called?...
View Full Document
This note was uploaded on 11/21/2011 for the course ANAT 1503 taught by Professor Samueldemons during the Spring '10 term at Life Chiropractic College West.
- Spring '10