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Part of the cell that keeps the cytoplasm inside and controls material going in and out of the cell Cell Membrane
Structures that are usually surrounded by membranes and which perform specific functions with in the cell Organelles
an organelle that contains the cell's DNA Nucleus
Single-celled organism that has no nucleus or membrane bound organelles Prokaryotes
The smallest and most common form of prokaryotes, containing DNA, ribosomes, and a flagellum Bacteria
Prokaryotes that include such types as heat loving, salt loving, and methane making Archaea
organisms made up of cells that have a nucleus and membrane bound organelles Eukaryotes
word that describes most organisms that you can see with your naked eye multicellular
Part of the cell that is made of cellulose or chitin Cell wall
What is the smallest unit that can perform all the processes necessary for life? Cell
Created by: benbaker888