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photosynthesis formula RE+6CO2+6H2O+C6 H12 O6>6O2
mitochandria makes energy by breaking down glucose
cytoplasm gelatinous goo in organells are suspended
cell wall made of cellulose help with turgor pressure
Gaurd cell cell that opens and closes the stomata
Ribosomes main function is to make protein
Chloroplast where photosynthesis occurs filled with chlorophyll
Lysosomes digestive enzymes to break things down
Vacuole stores water large in plant cells
Nucleus control center houses DNA
Cell Membrane outer covering of cell, flexible, decides what goes in and out
compounds used in photosynthesis CO2 and H2O
what elements are used to form glucose H=hydrogen C=carbon O=oxygen
roots support plant absorbs water
stomata site where O2 and CO2 exit and enter plant
autotrophic organisms that make their own food
stem contains xylem and phloem of a plant
Created by: norman_897532