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Cell vocabulary

grow size and # of cells
reproduce sexual and asexual
respond motion subtle-plant grows towards sun
homostasis maintain internal life sustaining conditions
metabolize take in and break down nutrition to make energy
evolve change to survive in different environments
multicelular a living thing that has lots of cells
single cellular a living thing that only has one cell
cytoplasm gelatinlike mixtures that flows inside the cell membrane
cell membrane outer most covering of a cell unless their is a cell wall
nuclease directs all cell activity
endoplasmic reticulum a series of folded membrane
ribosome makes protein
mitochondrion releases energy stored food
chloroplast gives leaves their color
cell wall tough, rigid, outer covering that protects cells
control vacuole stores water, waste products, food and other cellular material
Golgi bodies stacked, flattened membranes
organells breaks down food molecules, cell wastes and worn out cell parts
Created by: sgonzalez2