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  • Act on what you have anticipated upon. 
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Numbers115

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 03/28/15

The smooth endoplasmic reticulum is the endoplasmic reticulum that is devoid of ribosomes.  It is responsible for the synthesis of cholesterol, which is needed for the functioning of the cell membrane.

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 03/28/15

The smooth endoplasmic reticulum is the endoplasmic reticulum that is devoid of ribosomes.  It is responsible for the synthesis of cholesterol, which is needed for the functioning of the cell membrane.

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 03/28/15

The smooth endoplasmic reticulum is the endoplasmic reticulum that is devoid of ribosomes.  It is responsible for the synthesis of cholesterol, which is needed for the functioning of the cell membrane.

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 03/28/15

The smooth endoplasmic reticulum is the endoplasmic reticulum that is devoid of ribosomes.  It is responsible for the synthesis of cholesterol, which is needed for the functioning of the cell membrane.

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 03/28/15

The smooth endoplasmic reticulum is the endoplasmic reticulum that is devoid of ribosomes.  It is responsible for the synthesis of cholesterol, which is needed for the functioning of the cell membrane.

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 03/28/15

The endoplasmic reticulum consists of channels that physically connect with the nuclear membrane.  It is a transport area.  It is a passageway. The rough endoplasmic reticulum is the passageway with ribosomes. These ribosomes are responsible for protein synthesis. Protein synthesis is essential for normal cell function and growth.  

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 03/28/15

The endoplasmic reticulum consists of channels that physically connect with the nuclear membrane.  It is a transport area.  It is a passageway. The rough endoplasmic reticulum is the passageway with ribosomes. These ribosomes are responsible for protein synthesis. Protein synthesis is essential for normal cell function and growth.  

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 03/28/15

The endoplasmic reticulum consists of channels that physically connect with the nuclear membrane.  It is a transport area.  It is a passageway. The rough endoplasmic reticulum is the passageway with ribosomes. These ribosomes are responsible for protein synthesis. Protein synthesis is essential for normal cell function and growth.  

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 03/28/15

The endoplasmic reticulum consists of channels that physically connect with the nuclear membrane.  It is a transport area.  It is a passageway. The rough endoplasmic reticulum is the passageway with ribosomes. These ribosomes are responsible for protein synthesis. Protein synthesis is essential for normal cell function and growth.  

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 03/28/15

The endoplasmic reticulum consists of channels that physically connect with the nuclear membrane.  It is a transport area.  It is a passageway. The rough endoplasmic reticulum is the passageway with ribosomes. These ribosomes are responsible for protein synthesis. Protein synthesis is essential for normal cell function and growth.  

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 03/28/15

The endoplasmic reticulum consists of channels that physically connect with the nuclear membrane.  It is a transport area.  It is a passageway. The rough endoplasmic reticulum is the passageway with ribosomes. These ribosomes are responsible for protein synthesis. Protein synthesis is essential for normal cell function and growth.  

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 03/28/15

The endoplasmic reticulum consists of channels that physically connect with the nuclear membrane.  It is a transport area.  It is a passageway. The rough endoplasmic reticulum is the passageway with ribosomes. These ribosomes are responsible for protein synthesis. Protein synthesis is essential for normal cell function and growth.  

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 03/27/15

The mitochondrion is a sausage-shaped organelle. These mitochondria are organelles that are adopted to produce energy molecules. These energy molecules are the raw materials that are used by the cell (square and circle) for energy production. These energy molecules are transformed into energy carriers known as adenosine triphosphate (ATP). This makes the mitochondrion the cell's powerhouse. Let's keep on learning the cell. 


The endoplasmic reticulum will be blogged tomorrow. 

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 03/26/15

Let's learn more about the cells. The cell has a cytoplasm that is a gelatin-like substance made up of water and other molecules. Water is a molecule made up of two hydrogen and one oxygen. Water is 60-90% present in many organisms. In the cytoplasm, several organelles can be found. These organelles are small structures within the cell that perform specialized functions. Some organelles common to both animal and plant cells are the mitochondria, endoplasmic reticulum, and the Golgi bodies. 


We, with Autism, should learn about the cell. If we do, we can learn more about the organisms present on earth today. Robots know about the cell and it is good for humans and robots to find solutions for the problems of world. 

Tomorrow, I will blog on the mitochondrion. 

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 03/25/15

The professor has been teaching now for 20 years now. The professor lecture the cell with a simple drawing of a square and a circle. The square represents the cell membrane, the circle represents the nucleus and the space inside the circle represents the cytoplasm.  The cell membrane encloses the cell.  It protects the cell by functioning  as a fence between the cell's external and internal environments.  The cell membrane also functions as having doors and windows that allow some substances into the cytoplasm and some substances out of the cell.  It is semi-permeable.  It is a membrane that allows some substances to go in and out.  The cell's integrity is maintained if the cell membrane remains intact.  I am sharing this blog with those with Autism.  We can learn together.  More blogging will come tomorrow. 

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 03/24/15

Animals and plants are made up of cells. Fish have animal cells. Our body is also made up of animal cells. The cucumbers, the melons, the leeks, the onions and the garlic are made up of plant cells. The study of cells is important. A clear understanding of anatomy and physiology of the cell will make us understand ourselves better. This is also true for those with Autism. I will continue tomorrow.

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 03/23/15

Cells use these nutrient's molecules to maintain their parts. These parts, just like any other form of a machine, need replacement.  If replaced and allowed to function properly, our cells remain healthy.  This is good for all of us, including those with Autism.  Tomorrow, I will blog on plants and animals. 

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 03/23/15

Cells use these nutrient's molecules to maintain their parts. These parts, just like any other form of a machine, need replacement.  If replaced and allowed to function properly, our cells remain healthy.  This is good for all of us, including those with Autism.  Tomorrow, I will blog on plants and animals. 

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 03/23/15

Cells use these nutrient's molecules to maintain their parts. These parts, just like any other form of a machine, need replacement.  If replaced and allowed to function properly, our cells remain healthy.  This is good for all of us, including those with Autism.  Tomorrow, I will blog on plants and animals. 

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 03/23/15

Cells use these nutrient's molecules to maintain their parts. These parts, just like any other form of a machine, need replacement.  If replaced and allowed to function properly, our cells remain healthy.  This is good for all of us, including those with Autism.  Tomorrow, I will blog on plants and animals. 

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