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The study of histology include the study of
all of these listed here: fluids amorphours substances, tissues
Body fluids are useful in
All of these selections are good: Maintaing the living state in cell, aiding in metabolic, transporting substances.
Select the artifact from the following list
all of these: folds, wrinkles and cracks in tissue, tares in tissues
When substances are being reduced in cells they are being
all of these: Synthesized, Anabolized, Created
A protoplasmic characteristic that results in a new cells being formed is
All of these: replication, reduction division, anabolism
The cell interacts with its environment through the activities of the
Both: Glycocalyx, Plasma Membrane
The membrane network that forms over 50% of the cell's membrane structures and is continuous with the nuclear envelope is the
The organelle in the cytoplasm that contain digestive enzymes and termed digestive bags in cells are
Select the molecules that are secreted by the smooth surface ribosomes
Cholesterol, Testosterone, Progesterone
Male human individuals have a barr's body under what conditions?
When there are two X chromosomes and a Y chromosome
The gender of a human is determined by the
the number and types of sex chromosomes that individual has
The cytoskeleton of cells consist of
all of these: thin filaments, intermediate filaments, microtubules
Communication between the nucleus and the cytoplasm is accomplished by the presence of
Chromosomes of cells
All of these: Determine species, Carry DNA molecules, Determine Species Normality
Give the complete description of living state of life.
Protoplasm defines the characteristics of life.
Useful in maintaing the living state in the cell, in metabolic, transport of substance, Protoplasm is capable of anabolism
Illustrate why Meiosis is not a cell cycle
Meiosis is cell division 2n>>4n>>(2)2n>>(4)n
and is used for gamete formation, contains 2 replication phases, with end product of 4 haploid
Explain why histology is significant to scientist
Histology is important to scientist because an understanding ability to identify healthy cells and tissues allows the scientist to identify those that are abnormal or diseased. Fluids and Material
Discuss the role and function of the plasma membrane of parenchyma cells
Encloses the cytoplasm and organelles in protection against the external environment. Selectively permeable, Active and Passive Transport, Lipids (-Phobic & -Philic)
Select the one that best describes why one should study histology
Understand Disease or There is no adequate response
Discuss the major events that take place during the asexual reproductive cycle. List the events of each phase and tell how this process is essential to growth and development.
Give the characteristics of life, and give a brief description of each characteristic that you name.
Discuss the subject of histology and give reasons for the study. Give some benefits of knowledge from the study of histology.
A microscope that is equipped with a 10x ocular and is viewed using a 100x lens magnifies objects
A protoplasmic characteristic that result in an irreversible increase in size due to the accumulation of new biological material is
Select the one that best describe why one should study histology
be useful at determining disease tissue from normal tissue
Give a complete description of protoplasm.
Includes substances in the cell membrane and the living substance of the cell.
Functions: Characteristics of Life
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