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Bio ch 4 set three

Final set of terms for this chapter on the cell

TermDefinition
binary fission reproduction in which a bacterial cell divides into two cells that look the same as the original cell
eukaryote a cell with several internal structures including the nucleus that are surrounded by membranes
organelle a tiny membrane bound structure inside a cell
prokaryote a cell with only one outside membrane and no nucleus or other internal structure
circulatory system a collection of organs including the heart which moves blood and gasses throughout the body
epithelial cell a skin cell
nervous tissue nerves made from collections of nerve cells
organ a group of different tissues that work together to perform specific function
organ system a group of organs that work together to perform specific connected tasks
tissue a group of cells that are similar and work together
Created by: romperroomqueen