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  • 1. Cell Types
  • 2. Blood Cells • RBC – Round, double concave – No nucleus – Able to alter shape (slightly) to move through capillaries
  • 3. Muscle Cells • Skeletal – Striations add strength – Linear • Cardiac – Striations – ‘Y’ shaped (branched) • Smooth – NO striations – Linear
  • 4. Nerve Cell • Sends and receives electrical signals
  • 5. Epithelial Cells • Lines and protects
  • 6. Bone (Osteocyte) • Form in rings – Circle shape withstands greatest amount of pressure • Creates bone
  • 7. Egg and Sperm • Sperm – Small body with long tail • Allows quick movement • Egg – Large – Contains resources for growing fetus

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