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The Cytoplasm and Cellular Organelles
(m51519)
Author:
Steven Telleen
Keywords:
apoptosis
,
autolysis
,
autophagy
,
cellular organelle
,
centriole
,
cilia
,
cilium
,
cytoplasm
,
cytoskeleton
,
cytosol
,
endoplasmic reticulum
,
flagellum
,
free radical theory
,
Golgi apparatus
,
intermediate filament
,
lysosome
,
microfilament
,
microtubule
,
mitochondrion
,
mutation
,
nucleus
,
organelle
,
oxidative stress
,
peroxisome
,
prototypical human cell
,
reactive oxygen species
,
ribosome
,
rough endoplasmic reticulum
,
selfeating
,
smooth endoplasmic reticulum
Summary:
By the end of this section, you will be able to: Describe the structure and function of the cellular organelles associated with the endomembrane system, including the endoplasmic reticulum, Golgi apparatus, and lysosomes Describe the structure and function of mitochondria and peroxisomes Explain the three components of the cytoskeleton, including their composition and functions
Subject:
Science and Technology
Language:
English
Popularity:
28.85%
Revised:
20150220
Revisions:
3
The Plasma Membrane
(m51516)
Author:
Steven Telleen
Keywords:
amphiphilic
,
cell recognition
,
fluid mosaic model
,
Garth Nicholson
,
glycolipid
,
glycoprotein
,
Hugh Davson
,
hydrophilic
,
hydrophilic head
,
hydrophobic
,
hydrophobic tail
,
immunologist
,
integral protein
,
integrin
,
James Danielli
,
membrane components
,
membrane fluidity
,
membrane function
,
membrane structure
,
peripheral protein
,
plasma membrane
,
S. J. Singer
Subject:
Science and Technology
Language:
English
Popularity:
17.20%
Revised:
20150220
Revisions:
2
Introduction to Cells
(m48157)
Author:
Steven Telleen
Keywords:
active transport
,
amphipathic
,
anaphase
,
anticodon
,
apoptosis
,
autolysis
,
autophagy
,
bilayer
,
cancer
,
cell cycle
,
cell cycle control
,
cell drinking
,
cell eating
,
cell growth
,
cell membrane
,
cell membrane composition
,
cell membrane structure
,
cell membrane transport
,
cellular differentiation
,
cellular organelle
,
centriole
,
centromere
,
centrosome
,
channel protein
,
checkpoint
,
chromatin
,
chromosome
,
chromosome structure
,
cilia
,
cilium
,
cleavage furrow
,
codon
,
concentration gradient
,
cyclin
,
cyclindependent kinase
,
cystic fibrosis
,
cytokinesis
,
cytoplasm
,
cytoskeleton
,
cytosol
,
differentiation
,
diffusion
,
diploid
,
division
,
DNA macrostructure
,
DNA molecular structure
,
DNA polymerase
,
DNA replication
,
DNA splicing
,
electrical gradient
,
endocytosis
,
endoplasmic reticulum
,
exocytosis
,
exon
,
extracellular fluid
,
facilitated diffusion
,
flagellum
,
free radical theory
,
G0 phase
,
G1 phase
,
G2 phase
,
gene
,
gene expression
,
genetic code
,
genome
,
glycocalyx
,
glycoprotein
,
Golgi apparatus
,
helicase
,
hematopoiesis
,
histone
,
homologous
,
hydrophilic
,
hydrophobic
,
hypertonic
,
hypotonic
,
integral protein
,
intermediate filament
,
interphase
,
interstitial fluid
,
intracellular fluid
,
intron
,
isotonic
,
kinetochore
,
ligand
,
lysosome
,
membrane protein
,
messenger RNA
,
metaphase
,
metaphase plate
,
microfilament
,
microtubule
,
mitochondrion
,
mitosis
,
mitotic phase
,
mitotic spindle
,
multinucleate muscle cell
,
mutation
,
nuclear envelope
,
nuclear pore
,
nucleolus
,
nucleosome
,
nucleus
,
oligopotent
,
organelle
,
osmosis
,
oxidative stress
,
passive transport
,
peripheral protein
,
peroxisome
,
phagocytosis
,
phospholipid bilayer
,
phospholipid structure
,
pinocytosis
,
pluripotent
,
polypeptide
,
polyribosome
,
pore
,
prometaphase
,
promoter
,
prophase
,
protein synthesis
,
proteome
,
prototypical human cell
,
reactive oxygen species
,
receptor
,
receptormediated endocytosis
,
ribosomal RNA
,
ribosome
,
RNA polymerase
,
rough endoplasmic reticulum
,
selective permeability
,
selfeating
,
semipermeable membrane
,
simple diffusion
,
sister chromatid
,
smooth endoplasmic reticulum
,
sodiumpotassium pump
,
solution concentration
,
somatic cell
,
S phase
,
spliceosome
,
splicing
,
stem cell
,
stem cell research
,
symport
,
telophase
,
totipotent
,
transcription
,
transcription factor
,
transfer RNA
,
translation
,
triplet
,
uniport
,
unipotent
,
vesicle
Subject:
Science and Technology
Language:
English
Popularity:
30.57%
Revised:
20150220
Revisions:
2
Rates of Change and Behavior of Graphs
(m51263)
Author:
OpenStax College
Keywords:
absolute maximum
,
absolute minimum
,
average rate of change
,
decreasing function
,
function
,
increasing function
,
local extrema
,
local maxima
,
local maximum
,
local minima
,
local minimum
,
rate of change
Summary:
In this section, you will: Find the average rate of change of a function. Use a graph to determine where a function is increasing, decreasing, or constant. Use a graph to locate local maxima and local minima. Use a graph to locate the absolute maximum and absolute minimum.
Subject:
Mathematics and Statistics,
Mathematics and Statistics
Language:
English
Popularity:
20.89%
Revised:
20150220
Revisions:
3
Itse13591020Numbers
(m51315)
Author:
R.G. (Dick) Baldwin
Keywords:
modulus
,
numbers
,
operator
,
Python
,
quotient
,
remainder
Summary:
This module explains various aspects of numbers in Python.
Subject:
Science and Technology
Language:
English
Popularity:
39.65%
Revised:
20150220
Revisions:
5
Functions and Function Notation
(m51261)
Author:
OpenStax College
Keywords:
dependent variable
,
domain
,
function
,
horizontal line test
,
independent variable
,
input
,
natural numbers
,
onetoone function
,
ordered pair
,
output
,
range
,
relation
,
vertical line test
Summary:
In this section, you will: Determine whether a relation represents a function. Find the value of a function. Determine whether a function is onetoone. Use the vertical line test to identify functions. Graph the functions listed in the library of functions.
Subject:
Mathematics and Statistics,
Mathematics and Statistics
Language:
English
Popularity:
3.14%
Revised:
20150220
Revisions:
3
Introduction to Human Physiology
(m51486)
Author:
Steven Telleen
Keywords:
Antagonist
,
Dynamic Kinetic Stability
,
Effector
,
Error Signal
,
Feed Forward
,
Homeostasis
,
Integration Center
,
Messenger
,
Negative Feedback
,
Physiology
,
Positive Feedback
,
Receptor
,
Regulated variable
,
Set Point
,
Signal
,
Tone
Summary:
This chapter provides an introduction to human physiology. It is intended to help students understand key concepts that will help them navigate the specific details in later chapters.
Subject:
Science and Technology
Language:
English
Popularity:
62.89%
Revised:
20150220
Revisions:
6
Absolute Value Functions
(m51267)
Author:
OpenStax College
Keywords:
absolute value
,
absolutevalue equation
,
absolutevalue function
,
absolutevalue inequality
Summary:
In this section you will: Graph an absolute value function. Solve an absolute value equation.
Subject:
Mathematics and Statistics,
Mathematics and Statistics
Language:
English
Popularity:
7.65%
Revised:
20150220
Revisions:
3
Transformation of Functions
(m51266)
Author:
OpenStax College
Keywords:
even function
,
horizontal compression
,
horizontal reflection
,
horizontal shift
,
horizontal stretch
,
odd function
,
vertical compression
,
vertical reflection
,
vertical shift
,
vertical stretch
Summary:
In this section, you will: Graph functions using vertical and horizontal shifts. Graph functions using reflections about the x axis axis and the y axis . Determine whether a function is even, odd, or neither from its graph. Graph functions using compressions and stretches. Combine transformations.
Subject:
Mathematics and Statistics
Language:
English
Popularity:
4.07%
Revised:
20150220
Revisions:
3
Itse13591010Getting Started
(m51309)
Author:
R.G. (Dick) Baldwin
Keywords:
getting started
,
python
Summary:
This module explains how to get started programming with Python.
Subject:
Science and Technology
Language:
English
Popularity:
48.49%
Revised:
20150220
Revisions:
4
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