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Cells Structures and Functions

March 17, 2016

Structure The name of, part of, or look of something Function The purpose or job of something Cell Membrane A cell structure that controls which substances can enter or leave the cell.

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Literary Elements

Conflicta problem, fight, or struggle between characters or ideas Types of Conflictinternal conflict external conflict Internal Conflictconflict within a character

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Cells: Organelles and Their Functions

DNAContains the instructions for the cell. Analogy: Blueprint or instruction manual. NucleusHolds the DNA and controls the cell and cell processes. Analogy: Control center of the cell. Endoplasmic Reticulum (Smooth & Rough)Transports proteins after they are made in the ribosomes. Rough ER has ribosomes attached while Smooth does not. Analogy: Protein highway.

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Cell Organelles

VacuolesStore waste products, nutrients, and water. In plant cells it also store nutrients, and regulates turgor pressure in the cell. NucleusDNA is found in the nucleus, RNA is also made here; surrounded by a membrane; controls all cellc activites NucleolusThis produces ribosomes; found in the nucleus

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OUTBACK STEAKHOUSE- RESPONSIBLE BEVERAGE SERVICE BBI UNIVERSITY

IN MOST STATES SERVING ALCOHOL TO A MINOR IS AN EXAMPLE OF WHAT TYPE OF LIABILITY TO THE BARTENDER/SERVER OF THE ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE? (SLIDE 13:62)CRIMINAL A CUSTOMER LEAVES THE RESTAURANT AND IS INVOLVED IN A CAR ACCIDENT (SLIDE 14:62)DRAM SHOP LAWS ALABAMA DRIVERS LICENSE #1 – IS THIS MAN A MINOR OR OF LEGAL AGE?OF […]

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First 10 Amendments (Bill of Rights Simple)

Amendment Ithe right to…freedom of speech, religion, press, assembly and protest Amendment IIthe right… to own a gun Amendment IIIthe right… soliers cant take over your home

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Spanish Numbers 1-1000

diez10 once11 doce12

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Lists43-47.Matter c.State changes: What is physical versus chemical change? Terms to understand: compounds versus mixtures. What are solutions, suspe...

…What is physical versus chemical change? compounds versus mixtures.… …What are solutions, suspensions, colloids and alloys?

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DAYS OF THE WEEK IN SPANISH

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MSK: Glycogen stores glucose

Glycogen– These are large and branched (>100,000 glucose monomers per molecule) – initiated with glycogenin (linked via tyrosines at reducing end) Non-reducing ends (A)This part of the glycogen structure is the site of synthesis and breakdown, which is enzymatically controlled by branching and debranching enzymes Glycogenesis•Other sugars feed into pathway via glu-1-P or glu-6-P •Glycogen […]

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