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cells

TermDefinition
cell therory the theory that cells form the fundamental structural and functional units of all living organisms
cell wall protects cell and shapes them
cell membrane protective layer surrounding every cell
cytoplasm cells are filled with a gelatin like substance
ribosome can make their own proteins on small structures
organelle cytoplasms of eukaryotic cells
nucleus cellular activities are directed
chloroplast plant cells,food is made in green organelles in the cytoplasms
mitochondrion energy in food usually is released by mitochondrion
endoplasmic reticulum a series of folded membranes in witch materials can be procesed and moved around inside of the cell
Golgi body are stacked , flattened membranes
tissue a group of simaller cells that work together to do one job
organ made up of two or more diffrent types of tissues that work together
organ system a group of perform working together to perform a certien function
Created by: campos122