BIO UNIT 2 Section 2

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  1. What 4 types of cells have ell walls
    Bacteria, Algae, Fungi, Plants.
  2. ___ ____ are a network of fibers embedded in a stiff material.
    Cell Walls
  3. _____ are made together like rods for the ________
    Proteins, Cytoskeleton
  4. Animal cells secret things out side of the cell called the ________ ______
    Extracellular Matrix
  5. The main protein in the Extracellular Matrix is:
    Collagen
  6. What are the 3 components of the cytoskeleton?
    • Micro Filaments (smallest)
    • Intermediate Filaments (medium)
    • Micro Tubules (largest)
  7. Microfilaments are capable of ____ & ____
    growing, shrinking
  8. What are the 3 types of Microfilaments?
    • Actin-Myosin Duo
    • Cytokinesis
    • Ctyoplasmic
  9. Actin combines with Myosin which is a motor protein which causes:
    movement
  10. Cytokinesis  is the ______ of animal cells using actin
    Splitting
  11. Cytoplasmic is the _____ in plant cells using actin
    Streaming
  12. Intermediate Filaments have no _____. They are built for _____ & _____.
    • polarity
    • Structure, Strength
  13. Intermediate Filaments hold ____ in place and also keep basic ____ of the cells.
    • Nucleus¬†
    • Shape
  14. Microtubules have _____ and are made of individual proteins called _____.
    • Polarity
    • Turbulents
  15. Microtubules form ____ & ____ for movement.
    Cylia, Frogela
  16. _________ are essential for cell division
    Microtubules.
  17. ____ is associated with Microtubules and uses ATP to walk along the microtubule tracks pulling transport vesicles.
    Kinesin
  18. 9 + 2 pattern refers to:
    9 outer doubles of microtubules + 2 microtubules in the middle.
  19. Microtubules ___ ____ chromosomes during cell division.
    pull apart.
  20. What are the 3 things cell junctions can provide for connecting and communicating cells
    • Tight Seal junction
    • Removable Anchor Junction
    • Gap Junction
  21. Tight Seal Junction provide a seal between ____ cells. commonly found in skin.
    adjacent
  22. Gap Junctions allow for flow of _____ between cells.
    nutrients
  23. Anchoring Junctions allow for selected adhesion but can be ____ when necessary
    Separated.
  24. Cadherins are _____ for cell types
    Specific.
  25. Plasmodesmata is a ____ junction in plants.
    Gap

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