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Types of cells

Types of cells

bacteria cells. Types of cells. Prokaryote - no organelles. Eukaryotes - organelles. animal cells. plant cells. Animal cell. Bacterial cell. Cell size comparison. most bacteria 1-10 microns eukaryotic cells 10-100 microns. micron = micrometer = 1/1,000,000 meter

By Leo
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Cells

Cells

Cells. Structure, Function and Homeostasis. Cell Functions. Protection and support (bones, keratin, mucus) Movement (muscle cells contract) Communication (produce hormones, propagate sensory information) Harness & use Energy (body heat, enzyme production)

By Sophia
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Eukaryotic Cell Structure Chapter 7

Eukaryotic Cell Structure Chapter 7

Eukaryotic Cell Structure Chapter 7. Section 7–2. Comparing a Cell to a Factory It. What is an organelle? is a structure in eukaryotic cells that acts as if it is a specialized organ. Cell Diagram. Animal Cells Contain. Lysosomes Mitochondria E.R. Plant Cells Have. Cell Wall E.R.

By salena
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Mitosis and the Cell Cycle

Mitosis and the Cell Cycle

Mitosis and the Cell Cycle. Cell reproduction. Today’s Objectives. The student will be able to identify the phases of the cell cycle and mitotic stages by description and or graphic representation. The student will be able to identify mitotic stages by photomicrograph. Some Definitions.

By Thomas
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CELL STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION

CELL STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION

CELL STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION. Lab 3. Objectives. Be able to make a wet mount of any cellular material provided and focus on a cell. Be able to stain cells with either Lugol’s solution or methylene blue. Be able to determine the length and width of cells in micrometers and/or millimeters.

By silver
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DNA, Chromosomes and the Nucleus

DNA, Chromosomes and the Nucleus

DNA, Chromosomes and the Nucleus. DNA Structure. DNA Structure. What are some of the important structural features of the DNA double helix?. DNA Structure. In addition to B-DNA what other forms exist?. DNA Structure. What is supercoiled DNA and what effect does it have?

By kalani
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Cell Types and Cell Structure

Cell Types and Cell Structure

Cell Types and Cell Structure. Prokaryotic vs. Eukaryotic. no nucleus no membrane enclosed organelles single chromosome no streaming in the cytoplasm cell division without mitosis simple flagella smaller ribosomes simple cytoskeleton no cellulose in cell walls

By jaden
(184 views)

Jeopardy

Jeopardy

Jeopardy. Cell Size. What Type Of Division Does That?. Cell Cycle. Mitosis. Meiosis. 500. 500. 500. 500. 500. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. Final Jeopardy Question. Cell Size 500 Points.

By galvin
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Cell Endomembrane System

Cell Endomembrane System

Cell Endomembrane System. Presented by Hongbo Reiko Chengxu Caitlin Shu Hui Wei Ying . Properties of endomembrane system. present only in eukaryotic cells

By devin
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Cell Structures:

Cell Structures:

Cell Structures:. Be able to identify the cell structures of the animal and plant cell! Know the function of each cell structure!. Nucleus:. Nuclear Envelope/Membrane. Controls all of the cell’s activities ; made up of chromosomes, the nucleolus, the nuclear envelope and nuclear pores.

By malia
(408 views)

Endosymbiotic Theory

Endosymbiotic Theory

Endosymbiotic Theory. p. 427-428. The Endosymbiotic Theory. Review: What is a theory? What is the difference between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells?

By zack
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Advanced Diagnostics Laboratory

Advanced Diagnostics Laboratory

Advanced Diagnostics Laboratory. AUTOANTIBODY OF THE MONTH.

By kapila
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Cell Membrane by John Radosevich

Cell Membrane by John Radosevich

Cell Membrane by John Radosevich. Glycocalyx by Tiffanie Kitchen. Cilia by Jennifer Stephens. Flagella by Dorian Tsosie. Mitochondria by Danielle Romero. Chloroplasts by Diana Perez. Golgi by Thomas Zambo. Lysosomes by Katherine Rolando. Cytoskeleton by Kathryn Kitchen.

By floramaria
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Cell Growth and Division

Cell Growth and Division

Cell Growth and Division. The cell cycle and Mitosis. . When to Divide?. Diffusion is a limiting factor Works well over short distances Takes too long to travel far Surface area to volume ratio All nutrients and waste must cross the cell membrane

By landen
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Desarrollo y patrones arquitectónicos

Desarrollo y patrones arquitectónicos

Desarrollo y patrones arquitectónicos. Dr. Robert J. Mayer UPR en Aguadilla. Presentación 2. http://math.uprag.edu/rmayer/zoopres2.ppt. Tareas. Leer hasta la página del libro de Carl Safina Escribir una biografía corta del autor y entregarla el 1.24.11

By ayasha
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Fungi

Fungi

Fungi. Chapter 30. Shared Characteristics. Distinctive fungal features Fungi are heterotrophs. Fungi have several cell types. Some fungi have a dikaryon stage. Fungi have cell walls that include chitin. Fungi undergo nuclear mitosis. The Body of a Fungus.

By rue
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Making New Cells: Mitosis

Making New Cells: Mitosis

Making New Cells: Mitosis. Body Cells. Mitosis: process used to make new body cells Body cells are cells found in the human body Ex: Heart, lungs, skin, muscle , etc . Human body has 46 chromosomes in each body cell. Mitosis within the cell cycle. Cell cycle: Interphase Mitosis

By morgan
(93 views)

Cellular Reproduction

Cellular Reproduction

Cellular Reproduction. Cell Division cellular material is divided between new daughter cells Nuclear division: Mitosis or Meiosis Cytoplasmic division: Cytokinesis. Nuclear division retaining the original chromosome number. Mitosis and Meiosis in the Human Life Cycle.

By kyria
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The cell cycle and mitosis

The cell cycle and mitosis

The cell cycle and mitosis. Cells constantly reproduce exact duplicates of themselves. Why? Replacement Repair Growth. Cells must make an exact copy of their DNA DNA is the blueprint of the cell and is found in the nucleus.

By lenora
(85 views)

Meiosis

Meiosis

Meiosis . Plant physiology. MEIOSIS. The production of offspring by sexual reproduction includes the fusion of two gametes, each with a complete haploid set of chromosomes.

By marcus
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