What kind of membrane does the nucleus of a cell have?
What does the inner membrane of the nucleus attach to?
Nuclear Intermediate filaments
What component of the cytoskeleton is important for cell shape and mobility; made of actin monomers
What part of the cytoskeleton is important for chromosomal movement during meiosis and mitosis?
What part of the cytoskeleton is important for intercellular connectivity and is immobile?
What is the inner membrane of the mitochondria called?
Inner membrane matrix
How many different types of hydrolytic enzymes do secondary lysosomes contain?
What organelle is involved with the synthesis of hydrogen, bile acid synthesis, and Beta-oxidation of fatty acids?
Which cell surface structure is the main barrier of the cell that almost fuses the membrane together?
What is the only cell surface structure that allows intercellular communication?
What cell surface structure functions to increase the surface area of the cell and contains microfilaments?
What are cell surface structures that move back and forth to propel fluid particles in one direction and contain microtubules?
What part of the cell cycle does the cell fix mistakes and where preparatory proteins are made?
What part of the cell cycle is where DNA is replicated?
What are axonal bundles running in the spinal cord and brain called?
What carries only motor commands away from the spinal cord?
Dorsal Root Ganglion
What does all neural tissue derive from?
What is the highly developed rough ER in a neuron called?
Which of the following is only located in the cell body
Mitochondria are especially abundant in the axon terminals.
Where is the membrane potential initiated in a neuron?
Axonal Smooth ER
Axonal Rough ER
Calcium influx on the membrane
Where would you find psudounipolar neurons?
Special sensory pathways
Dorsal root ganglion
Where there is a motor impulse
What are myelinated fibers of the CNS called?
Nodes of Ranvier
Astrocyte is a type of Microglia cell
Some glia cells can produce myelin.
What helps to form the Blood Brain Barrier?
What type of cell is involved in Alzheimer's disease due to due to a build up of phagocytes?