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Hanson Cells Ch.3,4

Cells Chapters 3 & 4 Vocabulary

active transport uses energy to bring materials in and out of a cell
ATP energy storage in cells
autotroph can make own food
cell division one cell dividing into two cells
chromatin coils of chromosomes
diffusion movement of material from a high to a low concentration
fermentation energy released without using oxygen
heterotroph cannot make its own food
mitosis two ne daughter cells forming
osmosis diffusion of water
photosynthesis use of sun's energy to create food
respiration food broken down and combined with oxygen to release energy
selectively permeable allows some materials in, but not all
stomata opening in plants that allow materials in and out
interphase chromatin are copied
centromere where chromosomes attach
chromatids pairs of sister chromosomes
prophase spindle develops, chromatin become chromosomes, beginning of mitosis
centrioles spindle begins and ends here
metaphase chromosomes attach to spindle
anaphase sister chromatids separate on spindle
telophase chromosomes become chromatin, nuclear membrane forms
cytokinesis division of cytoplasm, end of cell division
glucose simple sugar
aerobic respiration energy released using oxygen
anaerobic respiration fermentation
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