chapter3b Compartmentation Cells and Tissues

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Chapter 3b Compartmentatio n: Cells and Tissues
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Golgi Complex Membranes surrounded by vesicles Protein modification Protein packaging into secretory vesicles
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Golgi Complex Figure 3-18a Vesicle Lumen (a)
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Golgi Complex Figure 3-18b
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Cytoplasmic Vesicles Secretory vesicles Released from cell Lysosomes Digestive enzymes Peroxisomes Hydrogen peroxide Detoxification Fatty acid degradation
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Cytoplasmic Vesicles Lysosomes and peroxisomes Figure 3-19 Peroxisomes Lysosomes Mitochondrion
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Nucleus Nuclear envelope Nuclear pore complex Chromatin Nucleoli Control RNA synthesis
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Nucleus Figure 3-20 Nucleolus contains DNA that controls synthesis of ribosomal RNA. Chromatin is DNA and protein. Nuclear envelope is a double membrane that separates the nucleus from the cytoplasm. Nuclear pores regulate movement of material into and out of the nucleus.
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Primary Tissue Types Epithelial Lining and glands Connective Protection, support and storage Muscle movements Nervous Communication, sense internal and external environment
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Histology Four types of tissues: 1) Epithelial 1) Lining 2) glands 2) Connective 1) Protection 2) Storage 3) connections 3) Muscle 1) movement 4) Nervous 1) Sense 2) communication
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Epithelial Tissues: Cell Junctions and CAMs Cell to cell Gap junction Tight junction Anchoring junction
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Cell Junctions and CAMs Table 3-3
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Figure 3-21a Tight junctions prevent movement between cells.
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This note was uploaded on 01/03/2012 for the course BIO 308 taught by Professor Acbrown during the Spring '10 term at Portland.

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