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1 Six Weeks- Science

What is the 1st Cell Theory? All living things are made of cells.
What is the 2nd Cell Theory? Cells are the basic units of structure and function in all organisms.
What is the 3rd Cell Theory? Cells come from pre existing cells
What are the levels of organization from least complex to most complex? Atom Molecule Cell Tissue Organ Organ System Organism
Wich plant organelle stores water and nutrients in boy a plant and animal? The large vacuole stores all the water from the cell.
What makes a compound organic? It needs to have carbon and has to come from a living or once living thing.
What are five elements that can combine with carbon to form an organic compound? (Think "SHOP'N") Sulfur Hydrogen Oxygen Phosphorus Nitrogen
What type of organic compounds can be found in cell structures? Carbohydrates Proteins Lipids Nucleic acid
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