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Ch. 7.1 Key Terms

anatomy the study of the form and structure of an organism
cell microscopic structures that carry on all the functions of life
cell membrane the outer protective covering of the cell
centrosome located in the cytoplasm near the nucleus, containing 2 centrioles
chromatin located in the nucleus and made of DNA and protein
connective tissue the supporting fabric of organs and other body parts
cytoplasm a semifluid inside the cell but outside the nucleus
dehydration when there is an insufficient amount of tissue fluid
edema swelling of tissues occuring when there is too much tissue fluid
endoplasmic reticulum network of tubular structures allowing transportation
epithelial tissue covers the surface of the body and is main skin tissue
genes structures that carry inherited characteristics
genome total mass of genetic instruction humans inherit from parents
golgi apparatus a stack of membrane layers located in the cytoplasm
lysosomes oval or round bodies found throughout the cytoplasm for digestion
meiosis process in which sex cells divide
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