Endocytosis And Exocytosis
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In endocytosis , what does the suffixes "endo" and "cyto" mean ?
Endo- in, cyto- cell
What is endocytosis?
Endocytosis is the movement of materials into the cell by forming vesicles from the cell membrane
What does the cell membrane do for endocytosis ?
Cell membrane dorms a pocket, pinches off , forms a veside
What are two types of endocytosis ?
The two types of endocytosis are phagocytosis and pinocytosis.
What does phagocytosis mean?
Phagocytosis- cell eating
In phagocytosis where is food and what does it do?
Food is surrounded by the cell membrane and forms a food vacuole.
What does The food vacuole combined with the organelle lysosomes do ?
Lysosome, (break) it breaks down food because Lysosome contains digestive enzymes
What is pinocytosis?
Pinocytosis is cell drinking
What do cells do in pinocytosis?
Cells take in fluid around cell membrane
Is pinocytosis specific why or why not
Pinocytosis are not specific and for that reason they include all solute dissolved in fluid.
In Exocytosis, what do the suffixes "exo" and "cyto" mean?
Exo- out, exit and cyto-cell
What is Exocytosis to endocytosis ?
Reverse of endocytosis
What is Exocytosis?
Exocytosis is movement of materials out of the cell
What do vesicle do in Exocytosis ?
Vesicle moves to cell membrane, fuses with membrane , and releases contents outside the cell
What are some uses of Exocytosis?
Exocytosis eliminates wastes and excretes substances such as hormones or enzymes
Explain how endocytosis and Exocytosis work together?
First food are taken in by endocytosis and then fusion forms secondary Lysosome. The food is then digested and then Exocytosis of waste
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