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Cells & Bacteria DUT

WKMS Ms. P - Cells & Bacteria

cell membrane cell organelle that controls what enters and leaves a cell.
diffusion process by which materials, including wastes, move across the cell membrane from an area of higher concentration to an area of lower concentration.
osmosis the diffusion of water across a membrane.
Cytoplasm gel-like fluid inside of a cell in which the other organelles are embedded.
Nucleus cell organelle in which mitosis occurs and is the control center of the cell.
Vacuole cell organelle where excess glucose is stored after photosynthesis.
Chloroplasts cell organelle in which photosynthesis takes place in plants.
Mitochondria cell organelle in which respiration takes place releasing energy.
Cell wall plant cell organelle that is made mostly of cellulose and provides support and shape for the cell.
Structures that are specific to plants the cell wall and chloroplasts
Bacteria single celled organisms that are classified into the Moneran Kingdom.
Spiral corkscrew shaped bacteria
Bacillus Rod-shaped bacteria
Coccus Round-shaped bacteria
Protists typically single celled organisms that live in moist environments and are classified by the way they obtain food and move.
Euglena protists that possess characteristics of both plants and animals and move by pulling themselves with long whip like structures called flagella.
Paramecium protists that capture food and move by beating tiny hair-like structures called cilia.
Amoeba protists that use pseudopods to trap food and pull themselves through their environment.
Photosynthesis cell process by which plants use light energy to combine carbon dioxide (CO2) and water (H2O) to make simple sugars (C6H12O6) and release oxygen gas (O2).
Respiration cell process by which all organisms break down simple sugars (C6H12O6) into carbon dioxide (CO2) and water (H2O) and release energy.
Waste elimination cell process by which organisms rid the cells of waste products that could be harmful to the cell.
Mitosis process of cell division that is needed for growth, replacement, and asexual reproduction.
raw materials of photosynthesis carbon dioxide and water
products of photosynthesis glucose and oxygen
raw materials of respiration glucose and oxygen
products of respiration carbon dioxide and water (energy is released)
photosynthesis & respiration are opposite processes
Created by: Ms. Phillips