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unit 2 cells

Mitochondria the organelle responsible for making ATP
chloroplast the organelle responsible for making sugar
nucleus the organelle that controls the cell and contains the DNA
vacuole A large Water storage sack in plants but a small storage sack in animals
cell membrane The outside surrounding of the cell that screens what enters and exits the cell
cytoplasm A jelly like substance that keeps the organelles in place inside of the cell
ribosomes a structure in the cell that is a surface for the cell to make protein on top of
Schlieden Plant cells come from other plant cells..
Schwann Animal cells comes from animal cells...
Virchow All cells come from other living cells
Robert Hooke first man to see the cell and to name it
Leeuwenhoek first microscope and moving living cells
DNA the genes of a person are coded onto this structure that is found in the nucleus
cell wall It is only found in plants, and it's purpose is to hold up and give shape and structure to the cells
Photosynthesis the process that makes sugar out of sunlight
cellular respiration the process in a mitochondria that creates energy out of the food that we eat
phospholipid bilayer the surrounding layer of all membrane bound orgelles
(memorize this, its on the wall in the classroom) list the "organization of Living things" from small to large
Prokaryote What is a bacteria called because it has no nucleus?
Eukaryote What are plants and animals called because they DO have a nucleus?
Chloroplast, cell wall, and a Huge Central Vacuole What 3 structures does a plant cell have that an animal doesn't