Anatomy and Physiology (Cliffs Quick Review) by Phillip E. Pack Ph.D.

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46 CliffsQuickReview Anatomy and Physiology Figure 3-4 General characteristics of connective tissues. mast cell macrophage plasma cell adipocyte fibroblast Areolar elastic fiber capillary reticular fiber collagen adipocyte reticular fiber reticular cell Adipose Reticular fibroblast collagen Dense Regular chondrocyte Hyaline Cartilage Dense Irregular chondrocyte Fibrocartilage elastic fiber Elastic Cartilage osteocyte osteon Compact Bone Spongy Bone platelet erythrocyte leukocyte Blood macrophage monocyte Connective Tissues Lymph Chapter 3: Tissues 47 ■ Nerve supply.

Once the chromosomes are condensed, however, their behavior differs from mitosis. During prophase I, homologous chromosomes pair, a process called synapsis. These pairs of homologous chromosomes are called tetrads (a group of four chromatids) or bivalents. During synapsis, corresponding regions form close associations called chiasmata (singular, chiasma) along nonsister chromatids. Chiasmata are sites where genetic material is exchanged between nonsister homologous Chapter 2: The Cell 31 chromatids, a process called crossing over.

B. Microtubules shorten and pull chromosomes to opposite poles. c. A cleavage furrow is visible. d. The cytoplasm is divided into two cells. True or False. DNA polymerase initiates replication by itself via the utilization of DNA nucleotides. During ______, DNA is unzipped into two separate strands by RNA polymerase. Critical Thinking Questions 1. Why is genetic recombination so crucial for a species? 2. Take the following single strand of DNA (5’ G-C-T-A-C-T 3’) throughout the three steps of protein synthesis.

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