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RD Cells

CELLS The basic unit of structures and functions of all living things
CELL MEMBRANE The thin covering that encloses a cell and holds its parts together
NUCLEUS The organelle that controls all of the cells activity
CYTOPLASM A jelly-like substance containing many chemicals that keep a cell functioning
DIFFUSION The process by which many materials move in and out of cells
ORGAN Tissues that work together to perform a special function
OSMOSIS the diffusion of water and dissolved materials through cell membranes
TISSUE Cells that work together to perform a special function.
SYSTEM Organs that work together to perform a function
VACUOLES Organelles that store food, wastes or water
MUSCLE TISSUE Made up of cells that contract when they receive signals from the brain. Muscle tissues move the skeleton
NERVOUS TISSUE Brain and spinal cord as well as places where sight, hearing, taste, smell and touch begin are nervous tissue.
Created by: r.toso