Cytoskeleton Fibers Microtubules Hollow tube of tubulin proteins Attaches to

Cytoskeleton fibers microtubules hollow tube of

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Cytoskeleton Fibers Microtubules Hollow tube of tubulin proteins. Attaches to and moves chromosomes during cell division.
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Cytoskeleton Fibers The cytoskeleton functions as a highway system of sorts along which cellular components move. *Except, the cytoskeleton constantly changes its shape.
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Centrioles Assist in microtubule assembly At opposite poles during mitosis (cell division)
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Kinesins Motor Proteins How do cellular components use the cytoskeleton like highway system?
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Cellular Membrane – Extra Cellular Matrix Useful in cell-cell communication Cell-Type identity Self-identity Immune system
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The BIG Picture ? v=wJyUtbn0O5Y
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1. Glandular cell that secretes lots of materials 2. Cell in the testes that produces testosterone (*hint: what class of molecule is this? Lipid, sugar, protein, nucleic acid?) 3. Immune cell that produce antibodies (*hint: antibodies are primarily protein) 4. Sperm 5. Muscle cell A. Mitochondria B. Lysosomes C. Rough ER D. Cytoskeletal elements E. Golgi F. Smooth ER Form = Function: Cell Types What do you know?
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Eukaryote Cell Communication
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Communication of Adjacent Cells
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Plant Cell Wall
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Intercellular Junctions: Plant Cells
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Intercellular Junctions: Animal Tissues
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Intercellular Junctions: Animal Tissues
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Communication of Distant Cells
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