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Cells & Energy

What the title says. Cells & Energy.

Cell The smallest known organism.
Mitochondria Part of the cell where energy is made through cellular reproduction.
Chloroplast The part of a plant cell where photosynthesis occurs.
Nucleus The control center of cells.
Ribosomes Part of cells where proteins are made.
Vacuole The part of cells where food, waste, and water is stored.
Carbohydrates Sugar molecules used for energy.
Lipid An organic compound that makes up fats and oils in most organisms.
Protein Organic compound made of amino acids, that does the work in a cell.
Nucleic Acid Molecules that carry the instructions for the cell. (RNA and DNA)
Glucose Sugars made from carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen.
Cellular Respiration A process all living do when using oxygen to release energy from glucose.
Mitosis A type of cellular reproduction in which cells make copies of themselves.
Meiosis A type of cellular reproduction in which cells copy themselves and then divide to create sex cells.
Created by: bronydude