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Praxis II 0014 Sci-d

Praxis II 0014 Structure and Function of Living Sustems

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cell the function unit that composes the structure and function of life
tissue a group of similar cells
organs a group of tissues working together
system a group of organs working together
organism a group of systems working together
functions of a cell manufacture proteins and other materials for building cells, manufacture energy, to reproduce
cell membrane (animal and plant) made of lipids, permits inward passage of needed items/outward passage of waste
nucleus (animal and plant) control center of cell; "the brain" that contains DNA
cytoplasm (animal and plant) all material outside the nucleus
endoplasmic reticulum ER (animal and plant) transport canals that travel from the nucleus to cytoplasm
ribosomes (animal and plant) manufacture proteins
mitochondria (animal and plant) Releases energy to cell through chemical reaction
lysosomes (animal and plant) holds enzymes to break down molecules
golgi apparatus (animal and plant) packages the proteins and transports them through the cell
vacuoles (animal and plant) store food, water and minerals
cell wall (plant) made of cellulose, provides rigid structure for plant, permits, passage in and out of cell
chloroplasts (plant) plastids the contain chlorophyll
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