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Help living creatures with activities of life such as movement, growth, and reproduction. Cells
Developed after Robert Hooke invented the microscope in 1665. Cell Theory
Made up of one or more cells Living things
Basic Unit of life Cell
One-celled organisms Bacteria
Found by multiplying the powers of the eyepiece and the objective lens Compound light
The boundary of the cell that helps control what enters and exits Cell membrane
A gelatin like substance containing many chemicals the cell needs Cytoplasm
Specialized cell parts that do various jobs within a cell Organelles
Contains hereditary material called chromosomes Nucleus
Storage organelle for food, water, and wastes Vacuoles
Inside this cell part, cellular respiration uses oxygen to convert food energy into a form the cell can use. Mitochondria
Waste products of cellular respiration Carbon Dioxide and water
Chloroplasts help the cell make its own food through what process? Photosynthesis
What organelles do plant cells have that animal cells do not? Chloroplasts
The outer support and protective structure of a plant cell Cell wall
What 17th Century English physicist gave cells their name? Robert Hooks
States that all living things are made up of one or more cells Cell theory
Like a non-stop factory Cell
The process of when cells divide and grow Mitosis
A region in the nucleus that produces tiny cell particles needed in protein synthesis. Nucleolus
These contain chemical information that direct the cell's hereditary-related activities. Chromosomes
Places where cells store water, food, and other materials. Vacuoles
A group of cells working together Organ system
What a cell's shape and size is related to Function
Group of similar cells that do the same work Tissue
Two or more types of tissue working together Organ
What kind of plant cells do not contain chloroplasts? Root cells
Created by: AnneD