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Name: ________________________________________________ Period: ____ Date: ___________ Pseudopod 2. Describe a situation when it may be advisable for a cell to undergo the process of apoptosis? 3. What does the endosymbiotic theory tell us? Describe the evidence for this theory. III. Types of Cells – Read pages 112-114; 284 1. Identify the following as either eukaryotic or prokaryotic cells: 1. Lacks a nucleus 2. Animal cells 3. Bacterial cells 4. Cells of Protists 5. Fungal cells 6. Contains a rough endoplasmic reticulum 7. The oldest cells in the fossil record 8. Circular DNA 2. How do plant and animal cells differ? 3. What is a stem cell? 4. Your body currently contains stem cells. What is the current function of those cells? 5. Stem cells undergo a process of self-renewal. Describe this process.
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Name: ________________________________________________ Period: ____ Date: ___________ 6. Label the following cells as either totipotent, pluripotent, or multipotent: Zygote (first cell we all come from) Able to produce all the cells of the human body, but unable to produce the placental tissues Mesenchymal stem cells which can produce bone, cartilage, tendon, adipose, muscle, marrow stroma, neural cells, & kidney cells Stem cells able to produce all the cell types of the body plus the placental tissues Embryonic stem cells harvested from 5-day old blastocyts Adult stem cells 7. Put the following in order from smallest to largest: organelle, organism, atom, organ system, tissue, molecule, organ, cell IV. Transport – Read pages 115-122 1. The cell membrane is considered to be semi-permeable. What does that mean?
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