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smallest living unit                                       &
cell (plasma membrane, cytoplasm and organelles)
what part of the cell is selectively permeable?
the phospholipid bilayer which is in the plasma membrane. 
what organic molecule functions these...Receptor, Channels, Carriers,enzymes, anchors And ID marker
Proteins inside the plasma membrane
this is a fluid mosaic model and its functions are *physical barrier (selective) night club. *regulates exchange (brides) *sensitive to other environement and structural support
functions of the plasma membran
what part of the cell has material between cell membrane and nucleus? what R the components? functions with chemical reactions
cytoplasm, components are water, proteins, ions and organelles.
what part of the cell has a membrane isolates secretions, enzymes or toxins, are organelles membranous or non? 
organelles NON-membranous
part of the cell that has a double membrane with pores -organelles inside, has subunits of ribosomes DNA & PROTEINS -chromatin & chromosome

Nucleus has membrane

chromatin (colored) chromosome (46) 

pore, chromatin, nuclear envelope and nucleolus
structure of a nucleus
this has 2 smooth and rough                                  

Endoplasmic Reticulum (membranous)

smooth ER and rough ER 

_this ER synthesis of carb, and lipids and transposts materials and stores things
smooth endoplasmic reticulum membranous
which ER attaches ribosomes and is an export for protein synthesis
rough endoplasmic reticulum (RER) membranous
flattened membranous Sacs- with functions of recieveing protein and lipids from ER, modifiers, packagers and distributers,
Golgi Complex Membranous
has a double membrane it produces ATP (95% Contains DNA and is self replicating
mitochondira membranous
self replicating
Vesicles filled with digestive enzymes it functions with digestion w/in cell, defense and recycle cells
lysosome membranous
"suicide bags"
Lysosomes membranous
membranous sac and its function is storage, endocytosis and exocytosis
Vacuoles and vesicles membranous
structure is two subunits (rRNA+protein) function Protien synthesis and its fixed or free
the cell center, area of cytoplasm, and contains centrioles, 
centrosome (non membranous)
what forms mititic spindal and is non membranous
centrioles part of a centrosome "cell center
function attach cell membrane, anchor organelles and provide strength
CYTOSKELETON non membranous internal framework
this is not an organelle but it is short, numerous and move substances around 
Cilia non membranous
Long, singular and moves stuff around the cell
Flagella non membranous
thin folds of cell membrane increase surface area for absorption
these are all membranous or non membranous         Ribosomes, cilia & flagella, cytoskeleton, centrisomes and centrioles
non membranous
are these mem or non         Nucleus, ER, golgi complex, mitochondria, lysosomes,Vacuoles and Vesicles
these molecules act as physical barriers, regulates exchang, sensitive to environment and supportive in side the plasma membrane
the site of chemical reactions is in what part of the cell
the cytoplasm
which part of the cell loves and hates water and is selectively permiable?
the plasma membranes phospholipid bilayer
this has DNA and Protein, chromatin, chromosomes and double membrane with pores ...
the nucleous membranous
this attaches ribosomes and synthesis of secretory proteins
Rough ER membranous
this synthesis of carbs& lipids and stores the materials
smooth ER membranous
this structure is flatt with membranous sacs                  
golgi complex
function of this organelle is internal transport packing plant of cells modifying renewal and assembles lysomsomes
golgi complex membranous
this is membranous and it digests food, defense and recycles
organelle that contains DNA
this attaches the cell membrane to the cytoplasm, anchors organelles and provides strength (i have on)
the study of cells and functions
what type of transport                                       
passive transport
this type of transport has molecules in constant motion, move from high to low and continues till equalibrium is set
passive transport system:diffusion
this type of transport requires special proteins (enzymes) "escor" glucose across membrane
facilitated  transport or diffusion
"special case" of diffusion, only moves in water, selectively permeable membrane low to high solute
osmosis passive transport
type of transport that is facilitated, endocytosis and exocytosis
Active transport systems
this type of facilitated transport has molecules moving against a concentration gradien, enzymes split atp for energy function as ion pumps sodium pump
facilitated active transport
this releases substances outside the cell through waste and secretion
EXOCYTOSIS requires energy

DNA replication how many?

and this also has protein synthesis and metabolic 

interphase 46-92
this phase of cell cycle has chromosomes spindle and membrane dissembles, nucleous dissembles
this cell cycle the spindle aligns chromosomes "equator" alignment is random
daughter cells serperate chromosomes move toward poles and nuclei assembles
dividion of cytoplasm and organelles, this begins durinf anaphase, completed following telophase
this RNA has polynucleotide strand that is complementary of DNA and carries instructions from DNA to ribosomes
this RNA transports amino acids to ribosomes
protein synthesis occurs at what organelle
ribosome (non membranous)
messenger RNA is complementary to DNA and carries instructions from DNA to ribosomes
protein synthesis
where does transcription occur                                   ex DNA ATA-GTA-CCC-G
in the nucleus            in the cytoplasm

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