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An indication in your body that you have a disease Symptom
Related to the stomach and intestines Gastrointestinal
Frequent and watery bowel movements Diarrhea
Growth of Germs in your body Infection
Organism that lives and feeds either insideof or attached to another organism and does harm to that organism Parasite
The disposal of sewage and waste Sanitation
Things people do to stay healthy Hygiene
A condition in which the body doesn't have enough fluid to function properly Dehydration
Solid waste that is produced by the digestive system Stool
A type of medicine that kills microdes or prevents them from growing Antibiotic
The structural and functional unit of all living things Cell
Makes something look larger but doesn't actually enlarge the physical size of the object Magnify
A theory about the relationship between cells and living things Cell Theory
A specialized structure in a cell Organelle
The control center of the cell Nucleus
The structures containing the genetic material of the cell Chromosomes
Contains the information that determines the traits of an organism; Heredity material Genetic Material
A structure that surrounds the cell; controls the movement of materials into and out of the cell Cell Membrane
The watery fluid that contains the organelles of the cell Cytoplasm
Provides the cell with energy Mitochondrion
The process by which food and oxygen are converted to energy, carbon dioxide, and water Cell Respiration
An organelle that contains the green pigment chlorophyll used in photosynthesis Chloroplast
A green pigment that makes photosynthesis possible in plants Chlorophyll
The process by which plants make sugar and oxygen,using light water and carbon dioxide Photosynthesis
Protects and supports the plant cell Cell wall
More than one lens and uses light transmitted to your eye to form an image Compound Light Microscope
The circle of light you see when you look through the microscope Field of View
The length of the line through the middle of a circle from 1 side to the other Diameter
The most common form of one-celled organisms Bacteria
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