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Cell Vocabulary

Cell Membrane Structure that helps materials go in and out.
Cell Wall Stiff structure outside cell membrane that provides support for the cell.
Chloroplasts Located in the cytoplasm that contains chlorophyll to make food for the plant cells.
Chromosomes Located in the nucleus that controls cell and transmit heredity.
Endoplasmic Reticulum A jellylike substance that provides energy in the cell.
Golgi Bodies Structure that transports material through a cell.
Mitochondria Structure that produces energy.
Nuclear Membrane Structure that surrounds nucleus to separate the nucleus from the rest of the cell.
Nucleus Controls center activities.
Ribosomes On the ER and provides protein to the cell.
Vacuole Stores water, food, and other wastes and helps get rid of the wastes.
Prokaryote Doesn't have nucleus.
Eukaryote Has a nucleus.
Mitosis Parent cell that makes a copy of itself.
Meiosis Parent cell that divides twice.
Monomer Single molecule that can be joined to form a larger molecule.
Polymer Compound made up of several monomers.
Carbohydrates Main energy source is the living things.
Lipids Used to store energy.
Proteins Made up of amino acids.
Nucleic Acids Stores and transmits genetic or hereditary information.
Created by: VivianSeo