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organism any living thing for example plants, animals or a single-celled organism
cell basic unit of life,
cell membrane a thin, flexible barrier around a cell; controls what enters and leaves the cell
cell wall a rigid structure around the cell membrane that provides structural support and protection. (Found in plant cells)
nucleus directs all the cell's activities. It acts like the brain of the cell
vacuole storage bubbles found in animal and plant cells (larger in plant cells) used to store food and nutrients cells need to survive. They can also store waste products.
mitochondria generates energy the cell uses to do its jobs. They are called the "powerhouses" of the cell
cytoplasm a jellylike fluid inside the cell which gives the cell shape and holds the cell's parts
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