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Science LS2


Symptom An indication in your body that you have a disease
Gastrointestinal Related to the stomach and intestines
Diarrhea Frequent and watery bowl movements
Infection The growth of germs in your body
Parasite Organism that lives and feeds either inside or attached to another organism and does harm to that organism
Sanitation The disposal of sewage and waste
Hygiene Things that people do to stay healthy
Dehydration A condition in which the body does not have enough fluid to function properly
Stool The solid waste that is produced by the body
Antibiotic A type of medicine that kills germs or prevents them from growing
cell the the structural and functional unit of all living organisms
magnify to make something look larger without actually increasing its size
cell theory a theory about the relationship between cells and living things
organelle a specialized structure in a cell
nucleus the control center of a cell
chromosomes contain the genetic material in a cell
genetic material contains the information that determines the traits of an organism
cell membrane surruonds the cell and protects it
cytoplasm the watery fluid that contains the organelles of a cell
mitochondria provide the cell with energy
cell respiration the process in which food and water are converted into energy
chloroplast organelle that contains green pigment
chlorophyll a green pigment
photosynthesis the process in which plants turn light into energy
cell wall protects and supports the plant cell
compound light microscope a microscope that has more than one lens and uses light to form an image
field of view circle of light you see when you look through a microscope
diameter the length through the middle of a circle
ratio a comparison of 2 numbers
Created by: samwhite