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Cells Word list 3:1

Science Vocabulary

the first scientist to see cells with a microscope Robert Hooke
the first scientist to observe living cells Anton van Leeuwenhoek
organells that provide the cell with energy mitochondria
the smallest particle of a substance molecule
an organism made up of many cells multicellular
the membrane that surrounds the nucleus nuclear membrane
the control center for the cell nucleus
one of the many tiny structures in the cytoplasm;each does a specific job for the cell organelle
a living system capable of reproduction, growth, and maintenance organism
the movement of water molecules into and out of cells osmosis
the simplest type of cell; cell has no nucleus; DNA and other materials float "freely" inside the cytoplasm prokaryotic cell
an organelle that makes protein for the cell ribosome
an organism made up of only one cell unicellular
a structure that stores food, water, and waste for the cell vacuole
Created by: JDzenowski