Anatomie Generale by V. Delmas [FRENCH]

By V. Delmas [FRENCH]

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Tertiary (third level) 4. Quaternary (fourth level) Review Question Answer Factors that can cause a protein to denature include changes in temperature, changes in pH, radiation, and the presence of certain hazardous chemicals. Chemistry of Life 12 THE DNA MOLECULE Identify the 4 numbered components on the following illustration. 37 Review Question Name the four hydrogen bases that form the DNA molecule. Chemistry of Life 12 1. Nitrogen base 2. 5-Carbon sugar (deoxyribose) 3. Phosphate 4. Hydrogen bonds Review Question Answer 38 Adenine, cytosine, guanine, and thymine.

Proteins 3. Vesicle 4. Cytoplasm 5. Membrane proteins 6. Vesicle containing plasma membrane components 7. Plasma membrane 8. Secretory vesicle 9. Golgi apparatus 10. Cisternae 11. Endoplasmic reticulum 12. Nucleus 52 Review Question Answer The ribosomes attached to the rough endoplasmic reticulum synthesize proteins mainly for “export” and for use in the cell’s plasma membrane. Cells and Tissues 18 MITOCHONDRION Identify the numbered mitochondrion structures on the following illustration. Review Question Describe the membranous walls of the mitochondrion.

Various unique shapes and compositions, such as flexible strands, elastic strands, and waterproof layers, allow structural proteins to form the many different building blocks of the body. , enzymes). 43 SECTION 2 Chemistry of Life 44 Cells and Tissues Card 15: Typical, or Composite, Cell Card 16: Plasma Membrane Card 17: The Cell’s Protein Export System Card 18: Mitochondrion Card 19: The Cytoskeleton Card 20: Anatomy of Cells: Quick Quiz Card 21: Some Important Passive Processes Card 22: Some Important Active Transport Processes Card 23: Bulk Transport by Vesicles Card 24: Model of Enzyme Action Card 25: Summary of Cellular Respiration Card 26: Protein Synthesis Card 27: Life Cycle of the Cell 45 Card 28: Physiology of Cells: Quick Quiz Card 29: Functions of Major Tissues of the Body Card 30: Examples of Major Tissues of the Body Card 31: Classification of Epithelial Tissues Card 32: Identification: Simple Cuboidal Epithelium Card 33: Identification: Simple Columnar Epithelium Card 34: Identification: Pseudostratified Ciliated Epithelium Card 35: Identification: Keratinized Stratified Squamous Epithelium Card 36: Identification: Transitional Epithelium Card 37: Types of Exocrine Glands Card 38: Fibrous and Dense Fibrous Connective Tissues Card 39: Bone, Cartilage, and Blood Tissues Card 40: Identification: Connective Tissue Loose, Ordinary Card 41: Identification: Adipose Tissue Card 42: Identification: Hyaline Cartilage Card 43: Identification: Elastic Cartilage 46 (Areolar) Card 44: Identification: Fibrocartilage Card 45: Muscle and Nerve Tissues Card 46: Tissues: Quick Quiz Cells and Tissues 15 TYPICAL, OR COMPOSITE, CELL Identify the numbered cell structures on the following illustration.

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