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cellas and tissues

what is the movement of subtances across the cell membrane? Active Transport
What is the process by which cells breakdown food to release enegy from food? Aerobic Respiration
Process by which cells breakdown food to release energy? Anaerobic Respiration
The smallest unit that can preform all life process Cell
The process where one cells divides into 2 cells. Cell division
The movement of particles from high to low concentration. Diffusion
An organism made up of cells that have a nucleus enclosed by a membrane Eukaryote
A process of cell division that preforms two new nuclei. Mitosis
One of the small bodies in a cells cytoplasm that are specizlized to preform a cretain function. Organelles
The diffusion of wter through a semipermable membrane. Osmosis
An organism that consist of a single cell that dosent have a nucleus. Prokaryote
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