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Cells Unit

tiny,round organelles made of protein and other material ribosomes
the fluid inside a cell cytoplasm
a protective layer that covers the cell's surface and acts as a barrier cell membrane
small bodies in a cell's cytoplasm that are specialized to perform specific functions organelle
in a eukaryotic cell.an organism that contains the cell's DNA and that has a role in growth,metabolism,reproduction nucleus
an organism that consists of a single cell that does not have a nucleus or membrane bound organelles prokaryote
prokaryotes that are the smallest cells and that have ribosomes eubacteria
prokaryotes that include extremophiles,organisms that live in extreme conditions archaebacteria
an organism made up of cells that have a nucleus enclosed by a membrane as well as membrane-bound organelles eukaryote
cell theory one all organisms are made up of at least one cell
cell theory two cells are the basic unit of living things
cell theory three all cells come from other cells
a rigid structure that give support to a cell cell wall
a barrier that encloses and protects the cell cell membrane
a large organelle that produces and stores the cell's DNA nucleus
organelles that make protein ribosomes
a system of folded membranes that functions as the main power source of a cell,breaking down sugar to produce energy mitochondrian
organelles in which photosynthesis takes place chloroplasts
the organelle that packages and distributes proteins out of the cell golgi body
organelles that contains digestive enzymes to remove and recycle wastes lysosomes
who is Robert Hooke the first man to describe cells by looking at the bark of a cork tree
who is Anton van Leeuwenhoek he looked at pond scum under the microscopes and called organisms animalcules
what did Schwann and Virchow do they continued to study cells and developed three statements that scientists believe are true of cells
what is a prokaryotic cell cells with no DNA archaebacteria and eubacteria
what is a eukaryotic cell cells with a nucleus protists,fungi,plants,animals
construction site ribosomes
garbage recycling lysosome
power plant mitochondrian
roads/highways endoplasmic recticulum
city hall government/teacher
post office Golgi Body
farm/garden chloroplast
storage vacuole
chair/wire fence cell membrane
brick wall cell wall
Created by: jjperry