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Cells & Tissues

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Joel Hutson

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Transcript of Cells & Tissues

Cells &
Tissues

Cell
Physiology
Summary

Cell
Anatomy

Cell
Physiology

by Joel David Hutson
College of Lake County

Cell
Anatomy
Summary

Oxygen
Carbon Dioxide
X 2 million =
An individual organism’s life functions scaled up to a community of organisms (e.g., an animal or plant)
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Liquid Wastes
Solid Wastes
Death
Gaseous Waste
Food/Nutrients
Drink/water
Reproduction/Growth
Oxidizer
i. Cells are small because they are dependent upon water & diffusion to live
ii. Cells have the same needs you do, because you’re just trillions of cells with those needs
Learning Outcomes & Objectives:

B. List the major components of the cell & describe their functions.

C. Describe the basic ways that materials move within & between cells.

D. List the four basic tissues of the human body & describe their basic structures & functions.
Plant Cell

Animal Cells
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2.
3.
Learning Outcomes & Objectives:

B. List the major components of the cell & describe their functions.

C. Describe the basic ways that materials move within & between cells.

D. List the four basic tissues of the human body & describe their basic structures & functions.
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4.
i. Osmosis (diffusion of water) is the most important type of diffusion in organisms
ii. The Fluid Mosaic Model (FMM) explains how cells interact with their environment & each other
iii. Enzymes make chemical reactions (rx) possible in life without high temperatures
Learning Outcomes & Objectives:

B. List the major components of the cell & describe their functions.

C. Describe the basic ways that materials move within & between cells.

D. List the four basic tissues of the human body & describe their basic structures & functions.
what are the
basic needs of
an organism?
The importance
of surface area
and volume to
life.
Cells literally need lots of surface area to do major life functions (e.g., breathe)
Animal/plant/fungal
solution - divide
Desmosome
Tissues
i. Epithelial tissues divide other tissues & form internal & external barriers
ii. Connective tissues hold other tissues together & take care of their basic needs
iii. Muscular tissue moves the other tissues & moves materials for them
Learning Outcomes & Objectives:

B. List the major components of the cell & describe their functions.

C. Describe the basic ways that materials move within & between cells.

D. List the four basic tissues of the human body & describe their basic structures & functions.
Tissues
Summary

iv. Nervous tissue senses the external & internal environments, & makes decisions based on that information for all tissues
Glands that empty into the digestive system (e.g., pancreatic ducts) are also exocrine glands. Why?
, epiglottis, eustachian tube
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