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How Cells Are Put Together

How Cells Are Put Together

How Cells Are Put Together. Chapter 4. The Cell. Smallest unit of life Can survive on its own or has potential to do so Is highly organized for metabolism Senses and responds to environment Has potential to reproduce. Structure of Cells. Two types: Prokaryotic Eukaryotic .

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Chapter 4

Chapter 4

Chapter 4. Cell Structure and Function. The Cell. Smallest unit of life Can survive on its own or has potential to do so Is highly organized for metabolism Senses and responds to environment Has potential to reproduce. Structure of Cells. All start out life with: Plasma membrane

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ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM (ER. Nuclear envelope. Flagellum. Rough ER. Smooth ER. NUCLEUS. Nucleolus. Chromatin. Centrosome. Plasma membrane. CYTOSKELETON. Microfilaments. Intermediate filaments. Microtubules. Ribosomes:. Microvilli. Golgi apparatus. Peroxisome. Mitochondrion.

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Flagellum (Cilium)

Flagellum (Cilium)

Flagellum (Cilium). AJ Scielzo. Prokaryotic Flagella . Long, threadlike structures protruding from the outside surface of the cell Main function is movement Prokaryotic flagella are protein fibers that extend from the cell Multiple depending on the species. Prokaryote cont’d.

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Flagellum and Cilia . By: Nick Schulte, Giacomo Spatola , and Mike Plummer . What are the Flagellum & Cilia ?. They are the locomotive arms of the cell Uses ATP as an energy source Moves the cell through the organism . Where are They Found?.

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BACTERIAL MORPHOLOGY CON’T Plasma (cytoplasmic) membrane. Phospholipid bilayer (Self-assembly). Two fatty acid tails (hydrophobic). Glycerol-Phosphate head (hydrophilic). Glycerol and phosphate (hydrophilic). Fatty acids (hydrophobic). Phospholipid arrangement in water.

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PLASMA

PLASMA

PLASMA. Artificial classical atoms and molecules: from electrons to colloids and to superconducting vortices. François Peeters V. Bedanov, V. Schweigert, M. Kong, B. Partoens G. Piacente, J. Betouras S. Apolinario. NbSe 2 measured by STM. Wigner crystal.

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Plasma

Plasma

Plasma. In der Natur und verschiedenen Anwendungsgebieten. Definition von Plasma Plasma in der Natur Anwendungseispiele für künstliche Plasmen. Definition von Plasma. Begriff entstand 1928 (Irving Langmuir) Gemisch aus neutralen und geladenen Teilchen

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plasma

plasma

K 1. k 7. K 5. k 3. k 2. k 8. k 6. k 4. Full 6-compartments. injection. t=0. V. IV. plasma. II. III. K 9. urine. K 1. K 2. Extracellular Fluid (ECF). injection. t=0. plasma. ECF. K 9. urine. K 1. K 5. k 2. k 6. Slow Space. injection. t=0. plasma. ECF. slow. K 9.

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Plasma

Plasma

Plasma. Electrons are free! … A fourth state of matter: Not gas, not liquid, not solid!. History, Terminology, & Discovery. First identified by Sir William Crookes (1879) Termed by Irving Langmuir Ionosphere identified as plasma Van Allen Belts (1958). Types of Plasma.

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