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movement of small ions across the membrane through water-filled protein channelschannel-mediated diffusion
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solution have the same relative concentrationisotonic
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which organelle mostly make the proteins needed for the cellendoplasmic reticulum
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which organelle modifies the protein and ships it throughout the cellgolgi apparatus
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it is a syrup-like fluid of the cytoplasmcytosol
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within the phospholipid bilayer and strengthens the membrane and stabilizes the tempcholesterol
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lipids with attached carbs groupsglycolipid
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solution to change the volume or pressure of the cell by osmosistonicity
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solution has a lower concentration of soluteshypotonic
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solution has a higher concnentrationhypertonic
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which organelle are the garbage men of the celllysosomes
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which organelle acts like a filter with the intercellular fluidperoxisome
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which organelle contains the protein and the RNAribosome
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which organelle is mostly for cellular repitioncentrosome
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fussion of cells at one point which makes it more felxibledesmosome
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study of function of the body partsphysiology
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similarities and the differences in the anatomy of diferent speciescomparative anatomy
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small molecules are joined to form larger moleculesanabolism
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feet parallel and flat on the floor, upper limbs are at the sides of the bodyanatomic position
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vertical plane that divides the body/organ into anterior and posterior partscoronal plane
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upper and lower limbs which attached to the axial regionappendicular
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heart, thymus, espophagus, trachea and major blood vessels that connect to the heartmediastinum
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selective permeability, transport, cellular attachment, recognition, signal transductionplasma membrane
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what are the folds of tissuevilli
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aggregates of a single type of moleculeinclusion
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solutes that are small and nonpolar that move into or out of a cell down their concentration gradientsimple diffusion
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the heart of surrounded by a two-layer serous membranepericardium
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superficial anatomic markings and the internal body structures that relate to the skin covering themsurface anatomy
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what is non-polar and hates waterhydrophobic tail
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attached loosly either to the external or internal surfaces of the membraneperipheral proteins
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it is embedded within the phospholipid bilayerintegral protein
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space between these parietal and visceral layerspleural cavity
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two-layered serous membrane that surrounds the lungspleura
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potential space between the parietal and visceral layers of the pericardium that contains serous fluidpericardial cavity
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forms the hearts external surfacevisceral pericardium
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studies the anatomy of each functional body systemsystemic anatomy
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structures in a particular region of the body as a complete unitregional anatomy
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large molecules are broken down into smaller moleculescatabolism
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contains cavities that are completely encased in bone and physically and developmentally different fro the ventrical cavityposterior aspect
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outer most layer of the serous membrane and forms the sac around the heartparietal pericardium
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two-layered serous membrane that lines the abdominopelvic cavityperitoneum
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what is polar and likes waterhydrophilic head
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which organelle helps pull apart the copied DNAcentriole
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which organelle is structural support for the plasma membranecytoskelton
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what are the structures of the cytoskeltonmicrofilament, introfilament, microtube
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