Presentation on theme: "The Quiz is Coming Thursday! I know I’m not here, but Mr. Lang is a bio teacher too! Concepts and Content for Quiz: Parts of the Cell Cycle and what happens."— Presentation transcript:
The Quiz is Coming Thursday! I know I’m not here, but Mr. Lang is a bio teacher too! Concepts and Content for Quiz: Parts of the Cell Cycle and what happens in each. Control of the cell cycle and cell division is important (every cell has a job and it can’t do it if it’s dividing: cancer) Identification of what cells look like in different parts of the cycle (including all the parts of mitosis and cytokinesis) The role that gene control plays in taking a zygote and making it into a baby with lots of different cell types.
Lots of options for practice with concepts! Finish SRY Female activity from last time (answer all questions and hand in) Cell identification activities online Various cell cycle activities online Gene control activity online – Mr. Lang will be meeting with folks who identified as unsure about the last question on the SRY thing. Others are welcome! Other productive preparation And, if you’re feeling like you’ve “got it”: Work on your Project But, everybody starts with this:
Salivary gland mucous cell Salivary gland serous cell Kidney glomerulus podocyte Hair matrix cell Auditory inner hair cell of the organ of Corti Gland of Littre cell Thyroid epithelial cell Nail bed basal cell Eccrine sweat gland cell, clear Parafollicular cell Bowman’s gland cell Uterus endometrium cell Stomach lining mucous cell Clara cell of lung Parathyroid chief cell Oxyphil cell Corpus luteum cell Cortical hair shaft cell Pancreatic acinar cell Rete testis ciliated cell oligodendrocyte White skeletal muscle cell Ductulus efferens ciliated cell Merkel cell of epidermis Olfactory receptor neuron Photoreceptor rod cells Hair root sheath cell of Huxley’s layer Type I taste bud cell Schwann cell adipocyte monocyte Gall bladder epithelial cell Liver lipocyte hepatocyte Kidney glomerulus parietal cell Loop of Henle thin segment cell Type I pneumocyte Pancreatic duct cell Intestinal brush border cell Corneal fibroblast Hyaline cartilage chondrocyte Kidney proximal tubule brush border cell Red skeletal muscle cell Fibrocartilage chondrocyte Ameloblast epithelial cell astrocyte osteoclast Mast cell http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_distin ct_cell_types_in_the_adult_human_body