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Cells 3

where are ribosomes found? all through the cell or attached to membranes
what does DNA carry? information needed to make new cells and new organisms
what part of the cell keeps the membrane from collapsing? cytoskeleton
what are three types of archaea? heat-loving, salt-loving and, menthol-loving
structures in a cell that performs a specific function within the cell. organelles
what part of the cell forms a barrier between the cell and its environment? cell membrame
what does vesicle do? surrounds material to be moved into or out of a cell
what part of the cell supports the cell and might be made of cellulose orchitin? cell wall
what is the smallest unit that can perform all the processes necessary for life? cell
why are cells small? because they take in food and get rid of wastes
what did Schleiden do? he studied plants
Created by: benbaker888