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Vocab for cell cell

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Vocab for cell cell BIOL 107 7696 15

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Truman State
Introductory Biology I w Lab
B Berke

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Date Created: 10/06/15
Vocabulary CellCell Interactions Cell Identity function of cells and its role within a plant or animal or its function as a single cell RBC muscle neuron Cellcell interactions direct interactions between cell surfaces that play a crucial role in the development and function of multicellular organisms Bristle cell sheath cell 7 I socket cell cell dendrite bristle cell dendrite bristle cell Socket cell what the bristle goes though Sheath cell what covers neurons ex myelin sheath Neuron a specialized cell transmitting nerve impulses a nerve cell Sensory organ precursor all 4 cell sheath socket bristle and neuron come form this Numb The protein encoded by this gene plays a role in the determination of cell fates during development Tissue Groups of cells linked together Providing support to provide exibility or to do some work such as secrete a molecule or produce a movement Epithelia tissue that is involved with Protection Sensann Secretion Absorption Excretion Diffusion CDU39gtJLIJI Connective tissue tissue that connects supports binds or separates other tissues or organs typically having relatively few cells embedded in an amorphous matrix often with collagen or other fibers and including cartilaginous fatty and elastic tissues Muscular tissue Cells designed to contract and exert force on cellstissue they attach to Actinmyosin Nervous tissue most complex Cells designed to transmit information Express special ion channels for fast information ow brain to leg Dermal tissue Cells designed to protect a plant39s interior yet absorb nutrients limit evaporation Ground tissue Cells designed for storage processing and physical support When plants are watered these cell retain liquid and provide rmness to leavesbranches location center of plants Vascular Tissue Cells designed for transport of uids minerals and nutrients from roots to stems and leaves Xylem and phloem cells connect end to end like a pipe Meristem tissue Undifferentiated cells of the root and shoots that divide to form the branched roots and leaves and stems Primary growth length and Lateral growth width trunk expands connect cytoskeletons of cells Selective adhesion affects cells shape Antibody a blood protein produced in response to and counteracting a specific antigen Antibodies combine chemically with substances that the body recognizes as alien such as bacteria viruses and foreign substances in the blood Neuronal synapse structure that permits a neuron or nerve cell to pass an electrical or chemical signal to another neuron the inner side of the plasma membrane in which water and lowmolecular weight solutes can freely diffuse The Plasmadesmata allow the direct flow of small molecules such as sugars amino acids and ions between cells Chloroplast work to convert light energy of the Sun into sugars that can be used by cells only in plants not animals Extracellular matrix collection of extracellular molecules secreted by cells that provides structural and biochemical support to the 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