embyrology

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embyrology
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chapter 7 overview of the cell
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  1. the smallest living unit of organization in the body
    the cell
  2. kicking something out of the cell
    exocytosis
  3. bringing something into the cell
    endocytosis
  4. _______ is kicking something out of the cell and _______ is bringing something into the cell
    • exocytosis
    • endocytosis
  5. a form of endocytosis, the cell eats whatever it brings in
    phagocytosis
  6. what is phagocytosis
    a form of endocytosis, the cell eats whatever it brings in
  7. _____ work together to form tissues. Tissues work together to form _____. _____ work together to form _____.
    • cells
    • organs
    • organs
    • systems
  8. Cells work together to form ______
    tissues
  9. Tissues work together to form ______
    organs
  10. Organs work together to form ______
    systems
  11. give an example of cells to tissues, tissues to organs, organs to system.
    heart cell >>> heart tissue >>> heart >>> circulatory system
  12. what are three components of a cell?
    • cell membrane
    • cytoplasm
    • organelles
  13. keeps good things in and bad things out
    cell membrane
  14. the fluid contained within the cell membrane
    cytoplasm
  15. specialized structures within the celll
    organelles
  16. what are 8 examples of organelles
    • nucleus
    • mitochondria
    • ribosomes
    • endoplasmic reticulum
    • golgi complex
    • lysosomes
    • centrosomes
    • cytoskeleton
  17. the brain of the cell where the DNA is kept
    nucleus
  18. the power source that creates adenosine triphosphate (ATP-energy of cell)
    mitochondria
  19. protein factory
    ribosomes
  20. modify, store, segregate and transport proteins
    endoplasmic reticulum
  21. segregation, packaging and transportation of proteins (FedEx)
    golgi complex
  22. digestion
    lysosomes
  23. hel with cell division
    centrosome
  24. specialized proteins that help keep the cell's shap
    cytoskeleton
  25. where does tissue fluid come from?
    blood stream
  26. what is the purpose of tissue fluid
    provides a medium for cell interation
  27. what causes edema?
    extra tissue fluid
  28. what is another name for tissue fluid
    interstitial fluid
  29. where does intercellular substance come from?
    from the cells
  30. what does intercellular substance provide?
    medium for cell interaction and support of the cell, Matrix
  31. what is the matrix an example of
    intercellular substance
  32. what are the nails that connect cell to cell
    transmembrane proteins
  33. what is the head of the nail
    attachment plaque
  34. what is the junction between the cells called?
    desmosome
  35. what is a junction between a cell and a non-cellular surface
    hemidesmosome

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