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Science 6

An outer layer that protects the cell or bacteria Cell Wall
Gel like substance found in a cell or bacterium Cytoplasm
A whip like structure that bacteria uses to move around Flagellum
A factory where proteins are made Ribosomes
A second layer that makes things goes in or things go out Cell Membrane
A outer layer of a virus Protien Coat
An instruction code used to make copy's of itself Genetic Material
A special material that gives immunity to bacteria in dry, cold, and hot environments Endospores
A Proses of which carbon dioxide is turned into oxygen Photosynthesis
Proses of which oxygen is turned into carbon dioxide and light is captured Respiration
A type of reproduction which requires 2 parents Sexual reproduction
A type of reproduction that requires 1 parent Asextual Reproduction
A bacteria that divides and creates another similar bacteria Binary Fission
A bacteria that gives its genetic material into another parent and creates a in -identical Bacteria Conjugation
A medicinal treatment that prevents a type of virus Vaccine
A disese that can spread Inflectional disease
A virus that comes from a tick Lyme diseases
A virus that come from rodents that eat garbage Rabies
A virus that comes from a mosquito Enchlitis
An object that contains chlorophyll Chloroplast
A object that turns light into food Chlorophyll
A object that stores energy Vacuole
A object that wraps proteins and sends them to the ER Golgi bodies
A object that tell the cell what to do Nucleus
A object that protects the nucleus Nuclear membran
Objects inside the nucleus Nucleoli
A road way that sends proteins through the cell ER
A object that contains your DNA Chromosomes
Where mechanical and chemical digestion begins Mouth
A flap of tissue that seals off your wind pipe Epiglottis
A muscular tube that connects to the stomache Esophagus
Accepts food from the esophagus; muscles churn food while the enzyme pepsin, breaks down proteins Stomache
A triangular organ that lies between the stomache and upper small intestine; produces enzymes that go into the small intestine Pancreas
Produces bile which breaks down fat particles Liver
Stores bile; Bile flows to the small inttestine Gallbladder
Almost all chemical digestion and absorption of nutrients takes place here Small intestine
Water is absorbed into the blood stream and readied for elimination Large intestine
A short tube at the end of the large intestine where waste material is compressed into solid form. This waste material is eliminated from the body through the anus, a muscular opening at the end of the waste management Rectum
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