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WJSH 7 Cells


nucleus control center of the cell
eukaryote has a nucleus in its cells
prokaryote does NOT have a nucleus in its cells
cell membrane lets things in and out of the cell
cell wall supports and protects plant cells
mitochondria supplies energy
ribosomes makes proteins
vacuoles stores food, water, and wastes
lysosomes break down food particles and recycle wastes (clean up)
cell basic unit of structure and function in an organism
autotroph organism that can make its own food (plants)
heterotroph organism that has to get its food from other sources
genus first word in an organism's scientific name
species second word in an organism's scientific name
3 domains Archea, Bacteria, Eukarya
4 kingdoms of the domain Eukarya Plants, Animals, Protists, Fungi
tissue group of cells working together
organs different types of tissues that work together
stimulus a change in an organism's environment that causes it to react
homeostasis maintaining stable internal conditions (body temperature, etc.)
Created by: jwandrey