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CELL TYPE

CELL
SHAPE

1. Frog
Blood
Smear

Oval

2. Frog
Small
Intestine

Tall and
Columnar

3. Mammal
Nerve
Teased
Osmic
Stain

Filamentous

CELL PARTS
VISIBLE

Cell
Membrane
Cytoplasm
Nucleus

Cell
Membrane
Cytoplasm
Nucleus

Cell
Membrane
Cytoplasm
Nucleus
Axons
Dendrites

FUNCTION
-protection; regulation
of material movement;
cell-to-cell recognition
-dissolves substances;
houses organelles and
vesicles
-contains
DNA
that
controls cells genetic
program and metabolic
activities
-protection; regulation
of material movement;
cell-to-cell recognition
-dissolves substances;
houses organelles and
vesicles
-contains
DNA
that
controls cells genetic
program and metabolic
activities

-protection; regulation
of material movement;
cell-to-cell recognition
-dissolves substances;
houses organelles and
vesicles
-contains
DNA
that
controls cells genetic
program and metabolic
activities
-conducts
messages
away from cell body
-conducts
electrical
impulse toward body
cell

4. Frog
Stomach
Section

Fusiform

5. Frog
Liver

Polygonal

6. Mammal
Kidney
Section

Cuboidal
Cells

7. Human
Bone
Declassi
fied CS

Spider WebLike

Cell
Membrane
Cytoplasm
Nucleus

-protection; regulation
of material movement;
cell-to-cell recognition
-dissolves substances;
houses organelles and
vesicles
-contains
DNA
that
controls cells genetic
program and metabolic
activities

Cell
Membrane
Cytoplasm
Nucleus

-protection; regulation
of material movement;
cell-to-cell recognition
-dissolves substances;
houses organelles and
vesicles
-contains
DNA
that
controls cells genetic
program and metabolic
activities
-protection; regulation
of material movement;
cell-to-cell recognition
-dissolves substances;
houses organelles and
vesicles
-contains
DNA
that
controls cells genetic
program and metabolic
activities
-protection; regulation
of material movement;
cell-to-cell recognition
-dissolves substances;
houses organelles and
vesicles
-contains
DNA
that
controls cells genetic
program and metabolic
activities

Cell
Membrane
Cytoplasm
Nucleus

Cell
Membrane
Cytoplasm
Nucleus

8. Human
Blood
Smear

Circular or
dis-shaped

No Nucleus

-protection; regulation
of material movement;
cell-to-cell recognition
-dissolves substances;
houses organelles and
vesicles

9. Human
Cardiac
Muscle
Section

Net-like

Cell
Membrane
Cytoplasm
Nucleus

-protection; regulation
of material movement;
cell-to-cell recognition
-dissolves substances;
houses organelles and
vesicles
-contains
DNA
that
controls cells genetic
program and metabolic
activities

10.Frog
Ciliated
Epitheliu
m

Ciliated, tall,
and
columnar

Cell
Membrane
Cytoplasm
Nucleus
Cilia

-protection; regulation
of material movement;
cell-to-cell recognition
-dissolves substances;
houses organelles and
vesicles
-contains
DNA
that
controls cells genetic
program and metabolic
activities
-move small particles
past fixed cells are a
major
form
of
locomotion in some
cells

11.Hydra
Budding

12.Frog Skin
Section

Flagellated,
tall, and
columnar

Squamous or
pavement

Cell
Membrane
Cytoplasm
Nucleus
Flagella

Cell
Membrane
Cytoplasm
Nucleus

-protection; regulation
of material movement;
cell-to-cell recognition
-dissolves substances;
houses organelles and
vesicles
-contains
DNA
that
controls cells genetic
program and metabolic
activities
-move small particles
past fixed cells are a
major
form
of
locomotion in some
cells
-protection; regulation
of material movement;
cell-to-cell recognition
-dissolves substances;
houses organelles and
vesicles
-contains
DNA
that
controls cells genetic
program and metabolic
activities
-

13.Nerve
Cell

Pyramidal or
spindleshaped

Cell
Membrane
Cytoplasm
Nucleus
Axon

protection;
regulation
of material movement;
cell-to-cell recognition
-dissolves substances;
houses organelles and
vesicles
-contains
DNA
that
controls cells genetic
program and metabolic
activities
-conducts
messages
away from cell body