UA BSC 109 - Cells, Tissues, and Organs (8 pages)

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different types of cells, their functions, tissues and their functions


Lecture number:
6
Pages:
8
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
University of Alabama
Course:
Bsc 109 - Intro Biology Non Maj II
Edition:
1

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BSC 109 1nd Edition Lecture 6 Outline of Last Lecture Chapter 2 I Nucleic Acids Chapter 3 I Cell Doctrine II Cells are classified according to their internal organization III Microscopes IV A plasma membrane surrounds the cell V Molecules cross the plasma membrane in several ways VI Isotonic extracellular fluid also maintains cell volume VII Organelles Outline of Current Lecture Chapter 3 I Fat and glycogen sources of energy II The cytoskeleton supports the cell III Cilia and flagella are specialized for movement IV Cells use and transform matter and energy V Glucose provides cells with energy VI Anaerobic pathways make energy without oxygen Chapter 4 I Tissues group of cells with common function organ systems have all 4 These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute II Epithelial tissues III Cell junctions hold cells together IV Connective tissue V Muscle tissue contracts to produce movement VI Nervous tissues transmit impulses VII Organs and organ systems perform complex functions VIII Body cavities planes positions IX The skin as an organ system Current Lecture Chapter 3 I Fat and glycogen sources of energy A B II III Fat 1 Triglycerides 2 Long term energy storage in animals Glycogen 1 Carbohydrate storage 2 Short term energy storage in animals 3 Stored in muscle and liver cells The cytoskeleton supports the cell A Microtubules tiny hollow tubes of protein B Microfilaments thin solid fibers of protein C Framework for cell maintains support and shape Cilia and flagella are specialized for movement IV V VI A Cilia short many lines airways back and forth movements B Flagella long single swimming whip like movements C Centrioles short rod like structures near nucleus Cells use and transform matter and energy A Metabolism sum of all chemical reactions B Anabolism larger molecules from smaller ones requires ATP C Catabolism larger molecules broken down produces ATP



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