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6 Science 1-1

Inv 1, Ch 1 vocabulary

cells building blocks that make up plants and animals
cell theory the idea that all living things are made up of cells
cell membrane holds the cell together and lets substances pass in and out of the cell
cell wall found in plant cells and some protists. a stiff surrounding and gives shape to the cell
chloroplasts organells in some plant and protist cells. They contain chlorophyll, a chemical that enables plants to store solar energy
chromosomes structures inside the nucleus that are made up of genes. Genes carry the code for all the cell's traits and its activities
cytoplasm the watery gel inside a cell.
mitochondria organells in which energy is released from food
nuclear membrane allows substances to pass in and out of the nucleus
nucleus controls cell activity
vacuoles spaces in the cytoplasm where food and chemicals are stored.
Created by: stclair