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Cells, Tissues, and Organs

group of organs that work together organ system
control center of a cell nucleus
basic unit of structure and function in living things cell
liquid part of blood plasma
outer part of a plant cell wall
liquid-filled spaces in the cytoplasm vacuoles
material that makes up the cell wall cellulose
blood cell that helps destroy germs white blood cell
controls passage of materials into and out of the stoma guard cell
group of cells that work together tissue
the first person to observe cells Robert Hooke
the main parts of a cell are the cell membrane, the nucleus, and the cytoplasm
the structures that act as "storage bins" for a cell are vacuoles
organelles float inside a cell's cytoplasm
one of the functions of the cell wall is to give the cell its shape
molecules are made up of atoms
when a cell divides, each chromosome makes a copy that is identical to the original
cells that carry messages from one part of the body to another nerve cells
an example of connective tissue is ligaments
the kind of tissue that keeps germs out of your body is epithelial tissue
the number of organ systems inside the human body is 10
Created by: jonesgenes6