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  1. The movement of all types of molecules across a cell membrane from a region of low concentration to high concentration, using energy.
    Active transport
  2. The power house.
    Phospholipid
  3. An opening into which Receptor mediated exocytosis, Pinocytosis, and phago cytosis, enter the cell.
    Gate/channel
  4. Pumps sodium out of cells while pumping potassium into cells.
    Na/K pump
  5. A process of cellular ingestion where the plasma membrane folds inward to bring substances into the cell.
    Endocytosis
  6. The opening that takes in water/fluid.
    Pinocytosis
  7. The opening that takes in solids. PhagocytosisThe opening that takes in proteins.
    Receptor mediated exocytosis+
  8. The movement through the cell.
    Trancytosis
  9. Cell-division cycle, a series of events that lead to the division and
    duplication of a cell to produce two daughter cells .
    Cell Cycle
  10. The division of the nucleus.
    Mitosis
  11. Comes after Mitosis, The division of the cytoplasm.
    Cytokinesis
  12. The period of the cell cycle during which the nucleus is not undergoing division.
    Interphase
  13. The first stage of mitosis in cell division, during which the nuclear
    membrane breaks down and the the strands of chromatin form into
    chromosomes.
    Prophase
  14. The stage in cell division when the duplicated chromosomes become aligned in the center of the cell, comes after prophase.
    Metaphase
  15. After Metaphase, the stage of mitosis where the chromosomes move to opposite ends of the nucleus spindle.
    Anaphase.
  16. The final stage of mitosis during which the chromosomes of the daughter
    cells are grouped in new nuclei TelophaseThe process by which cells or
    tissues undergo a change toward a more specialized form or function.
    Differentiation
  17. An undifferentiated cell that gives rise to specialized cells, such
    as blood cells.
    Stem Cell
  18. A biological cell like a stem cell, it has a tendency to
    differentiate into a specific type of cell, but already more specific
    then a stem cell.
    Progenitor cell
  19. Means it is capable of differentiating into different types of body cells.
    Pluripotent
  20. The programmed death of an organisms cells as part of its natural growth and development.
    Apoptosis

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