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Hyaline cartilage b. Elastic tissue c. Blood d. Bone 24. Tissue containing lacunae with osteocytes is a. Elastic cartilage b. Bone c. Hyaline cartilage d. Blood 25. Blood contains cells functional in clotting called a. Phagocytes b. Erythrocytes c. Leukocytes d. Thrombocytes Flexing It: Muscle Tissue Although we review how muscles work in Chapter 6, in histology you should know that muscle tissue is made up of fibers known as myocytes. The cytoplasm within the fibers is called sarcoplasm, and within that sarcoplasm are minute myofibrils that contain the protein filaments actin and myosin.
A Cytokinesis can be described as b. the dividing of the cytoplasm to surround the two newly formed nuclei. B Cytokinesis occurs during a. telophase. No, it’s not a trick question. We told you early on that mitosis and cytokinesis ended at the same time. That means, of course, that cytokinesis takes place during the final stage of mitosis. Chapter 3: Divide and Conquer: Cellular Mitosis C Any change in a cell’s genetic information is known as b. mutation. D Chromatids line up along the equatorial plane: c.
Actin. It makes sense that the protein making up much of the cytoskeleton is the most abundant because the cytoskeleton accounts for up to 50 percent of the cell’s volume. m Which organelle gets to take out the cellular trash? c. Vacuole When it’s time to clean house, you pull out the vacuum. Cells pull out the vacuoles. n The very small organelle responsible for protein synthesis (making proteins) is the a. ribosome. 35 36 Part I: Building Blocks of the Body When you think of a big protein-laden meal, you think of ribs.
Anatomy & physiology workbook for dummies by Janet Rae-Dupree