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Set A Chapter 1

Cell The basic unit of structure of all living things.
Life Processes The functions that a living thing must carry out to stay alive and produce more of its own kind.
Nutrients Substances that are needed for an organisim to live and grow.
Tissue Similar cells working together.
Organ Different types of tissue working together to preform a certain function.
Organ System Groups of organs working together.
Roots The underground part of a plant that anchors the plant and absorbs water and nutrients.
Stem The part of a plant tha supports the leaves and flowers and carries water to those parts.
Leaf A plant part in which photosynthesis takes place.
Photosynthesis The process by which producers,such as plants,make their own food by using energy from the sun.
Cell Respiration The process of using oxygen to release energy from food.
Tropism A growth response of a plant to conditions in the envirment,such as light or water.
Cell Membrane A thin layer that surrounds all cells and allows water and dissolved materials to pass into and out of the cell.
Nucleus The cell structure that controls all of a cells activities.
Vacuole A cell part that stores water and nutrients.
Cytoplasm The jelly like substance that fills much of the cell.
Chloroplast A structure in plant cells that captures light energy that is used in the food making process.
Cell Wall The tough outer covering of a plant cell that gives the cell its rigid shape.
Sunlight The light produced by the sun.
Created by: gchapman