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Cells

TermDefinition
Mitochondria Powerhouse of the cell.
Nucleus Usually the largest organelle.
Ribosomes Protein making organelles
Vacuoles Storage organelles
Cell Membrane Allows materials to enter and leave the cell
Cell Wall Strong and Stiff
Nucleolus Tiny brain
Technology Allowed for us to be able to see cells.
Cells Building blocks of life
DNA Carries genetic information of a cell
Chromosomes Carry the information that determines what traits a living thing will have
Lysosome Digestive organelle
Cytoplasm Everything inside the cell membrane & outside of the nucleus except the cell’s nucleus
Protoplasm Everything inside the cell membrane
Diffusion The movement of molecules from a high concentration to a low concentration.
Osmosis The movement of water across the cell membrane
Created by: DebraFleming