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Science

Cells, Genetics, Heredity

TermDefinition
chromosomes strands that copy themselves and split in cell division
cytoplasm jellylike substance in a cell
cell membrane controls what enters and leaves the cell
DNA chemical that directs life activities
chloroplast structure that contains chlorophyll
vacuole storage space in a cell
nucleus control center of the cell
nuclear membrane surrounds the nucleus and holds it together
mitochondria structures that release stored energy
cell wall outer layer that protects a plant cell and gives it its shape
parts of an animal cell cell membrane, vacuoles, nucleus, mitochondria, chromosomes,nuclear membrane, cytoplasm,
parts of a plant cell cell membrane, vacuoles, nucleus, mitochondria, chromosomes,nuclear membrane, cytoplasm,cell wall, chloroplasts
Cell Theory- 1st part Cells are the basic building blocks of all living things
Cell Theory- 2nd part All life activities take place in cells
Cell Theory- 3rd part New cells are produced by existing cells
Scientist who named the cell Robert Hooke
Created by: mspalese