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CBD Vocab Study Stac

25 Vocabulary words and definitions

FIELD OF VIEW The area that is visible through the eyepiece.
MAGNIFY OR MAGNIFICATION To make greater in size: enlarge.
MICROBE Micro-organism-often 1 celled-bacteria is example.
.PASTURIZATION To expose food to high temperature for time to destroy micro-organisms that can cause disease or cause food to spoil.
.SPONTANEOUS GENERATION A theory, widely held in the 19th century and earlier but now discredited. Stating that living organisms could arise directly and rapidly nonliving material.
CYTOPLASM The substance between the cell membrane and the nucleus, contains organelles.
NUCLEAR MEMBRANE The membrane that encloses the nucleus of a cell.
NUCLEUS A specialized round mass inside most living cells that direct growth.
ORGANELLE A specialized part of a cell having a specific function.
CHLOROPLAST Occurring in plants and algae that carry out photosynthesis.
CELL WALL The outer layer of a plant cell that provides structure and support.
DIFFERENTIATION The process by which cells or tissues change from generalized to specialized during development.
SPECIFICATION The adaptation of an organism or organ to a special function or environment.
MULTICELLULAR Made of many cells.
UNICELLULAR Having or consisting of a single cell.
CELLULAR RESPIRATION Oxygen is used by a cell to break down the nutrient to provide energy to keep the cell alive.
MITOCHONDRIA Organelle in the cytoplasm of cells that functions in energy production. Powerhouse of a cell.
BACTERIA small one-celled microorganism.
PROTISTS single celled microbes that are either free living or in simple colonies. Amoeba is an example. They have a nucleus.
GENETIC MATERIAL The material of a cell that determines its structure and function.
CELL MEMBRANE The membrane layer that acts as the security system for a cell. It decides what gets in and out and in plants is just inside the cell wall.
MICROSCOPY Detailed drawings of the objects and areas viewed through the microscope.
SYMMETRY One side matches the other side. It looks the same or is the same.
VIRUS A small infectious agenda that replicates only inside the living cells of other organisms.
MITOSIS Cell Division in an organism with a nucleus.
Created by: sheila toth