assignment 2 HS 201
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Date Created: 02/15/16
Answer the following in the corresponding table. Post when finished. Using your mouse, single left click in the table to begin typing. Save to your computer when finished and post. Using your book, label AS above in this chart A. Flagellum B. Nucleus C. Nuclear envelope D. Nucleolus E. Chromatin F. Ribosomes G. Cell membrane H. Rough endoplasmic reticulum I. Cilia J. Microtubules K. Lysosomes L. Smooth endoplasmic reticulum M. Microtubule N. Golgi apparatus O. Secretion vesicles P. Microvilli Q. Mitochondrion R. Centrioles S. Microtubules Using your book, label AG A. Glycolipid B. Glycolipid C. Bilayer of phospholipid molecules D. Hydrophobic fatty acid tail E. Hydrophilic phosphate head F. Transmembrane protein G. Cholesterol molecules Using your book, label AT of the skin A. Epidermis B. Dermis C. Subcutaneous layer D. Muscle layer E. Blood vessels F. Adipose tissue G. Lamellated corpuscle H. Merocrine sweat gland I. Hair follicle J. Merocrine sweat gland K. Arrector pili muscle L. Sebaceous gland M. Basement membrane N. Tactile corpuscle O. Dermal papilla P. Capillary Q. Stratum basal R. Stratum corneum S. Sweat gland pores T. Hair shaft
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