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Anthony's Cells Voca

cell organization, trasport, osmosis, diffusion, etc

cell theory all living things are made up of cells; all cells carry out their own life functions; new cells come from other living cells
osmosis diffusion of water in or out of the cell
exocytosis golgi bodies that bring material out of the cell membrane
passive transport bring material into the cell membrane
active transport always requires energy
endocytosis passage of large molecules through the cell membrane into the cell
cell membrane structure that forms outer boundary of cell
cytoplasm gel-like material inside the cell membrane
endoplasmic reticulum a folded membrane that moves material in cells
golgi bodies stacks of sacs that package and move protiens
mitochondria organelles that release energy for the cell
nucleus structure that directs the cell's activities
organ different types of tissues that work together to do a job
ribosome where proteins are made
tissue groups of similar cells that do the same work
Created by: rjaniszewski