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what are living things organisms
the smallest part of an organism that is alive cell
a body part that does a certain job structure
the job a body part does in an organism function
when sugars in food are broken down and combined with oxygen cellular respiration
three parts in all cells except bacteria cell membrane, cytoplasm, nucleus
jellylike material that fills the cell cytoplasm
contains the DNA and tells or controls everything the cell does nucleus
holds the cell together, controls what goes in and out. it is soft and flexible cell membrane
stores food, water, and waste vacuole
where cellular respiration takes place mitochondria
what two organelles do plant cells have animal cells do not chloroplast and chlorophyll
the process of using sunlight to make food photosynthesis
rigid outer covering of a plant cell cell wall
a group of the same kind of cells that work together doing the same job tissue
a structure made of different tissues that work together to do a job for the organism organ
a group of organs that work together organ system
characteristics of all living things they grow, use energy, reproduce, respond to environment, get rid of waste
who discovered cells Robert Hook in 1665
all the different parts of cells organelles
the kind of cells that have a cell wall plant cells
this part of a cell makes food for the plant chloroplasts
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