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Study of Cells.
All organisms are composed of cells and cell products. (T/F)
The cell is the simplest structural and functional unit of life. (T/F)
An organism's structure and all of its functions are ultimately due to the activities of its cells. (T/F)
Cells come only from preexisting cells, not from nonliving matter. (T/F)
Because of this common ancestry, the cells of all spp. have many fundamental similarities in their chemical composition and metabolic mechanisms. (T/F)
Cells that is a thin, flat, scaly shape, often with a bulge where the nucleus is, much like the shape of a fried egg "sunny side up".
______cells line the esophagus and form the surface layer (epidermis) of the skin.
Cells that squarish-looking in frontal tissue sections and about equal in height and width.
______ are a good example of cuboidal cells.
Cells that distinctly taller than wide.
Inner lining cells of the stomach and intestines are example of _______ cells.
Cells that irregularly angular shapes with 4,5 or more sides.
Cells that having multiple pointed processes projecting from the body of a cell, giving it a somewhat starlike shape.
Nerve cells are good example of _____ cells.
4) Fusiform (Spindle-shaped)
Cell that having disc-shaped.
Red blood cells are good example of ______ cells.
Cell that have spindle-shaped and elongated with a thick middle and tapered ends.
Smooth muscle cells are good example of ______ cells.
Cells that are long, slender, and threadlike.
Skeletal muscle cells and the axons (nerve fibers) of nerve cells are good example of ______ cells.
Cells that round to oval
Egg cells and white blood cells are good example of _______ cells.
What is the difference between Cytoplasm and Cytosal?
Cytoplasm is the material between the plasma membrane and the nucleus, whereas, the Cytosal is refers to the clear gel, or the intracellular fluid (ICF).