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Cells And Body Syst.

Cell a unit that makes up living things.
Organelles Cells That contain Small structures
Nucleus Is the direct activities of the cell that stores DNA. Passes information of offspring.
Cell Membrane Is a thin, flexible covering that surrounds all types of cells, That allows food, gasses to enter.
Cell Wall A rigid outer layer that surrounds the membrane.
Cytoplasm A cell between the nucleus and membrane. They are suspended by thick fluids.
Ribosomes Assemble of compounds called protein.
Lysosomes Small ball shaped organelles that help break down nutrients and old parts in the body.
Vacuoles Are membrane bounds that a filled with liquid. They store food , water and waste.
Golgi Apparatus Receives protein. adds compounds to protect breaking bones to occur.
Chloroplast Found in plants to make their food.
Michotondrial to break down in sugar when they react to oxygen.
Endoplasmic Reticulum It twists and turns to get the materials to pass. Breaking down substances, and controlling chemicals.
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