Systems active transport mechanisms carrier mediated

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Unformatted text preview: nd transport proteins • Osmosis • Solutes Passive Transport Passive How Do Biological Molecules Form Cells, Tissues, Organs, & Organ Systems? Systems? • Active transport mechanisms • Carrier-mediated active transport • Requires ATP & transport proteins • Vesicular active transport • Endocytosis • Exocytosis Carrier-mediated active transport Active Transport Active A Typical Cell Typical How Do Biological Molecules Form Cells, Tissues, Organs, & Organ Systems? Systems? • 4 types of tissues, 40 organs, 11 unique organ systems • Tissues • Epithelial • Connective • Muscle • Smooth, cardiac, skeletal • Neural Four Basic Types of Tissue Four How Do Biological Molecules Form Cells, Tissues, Organs, & Organ Systems? Systems? • Organs • Two or more different types of tissues • Organ system • Communication systems • Nervous system – Neurotransmitters • Endocrine system – Hormones • Negative feedback systems Organ Systems and Related Major Functions Major How Does the Digestive System Break Down Food into Absorbable Components? Components? • Gastrointestinal tract • Hollow tube from mouth to anus • Organs • Mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, and large intestine • Accessory organs • Three important functions • Digestion, absorption, and egestion Organs of the Digestive System Organs How Does the Digestive System Break Down Food into Absorbable Components? Components? • Tissue layers • Mucosa • Mainly epithelial cells • GI secretions • Lifespan • Submucosa • Rich supply of blood vessels • Lymphatic vessels • Network of nerves The Layers of the GI Tract The How Does the Digestive System Break Down Food into Absorbable Components? Components? • Tissue layers ...
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