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Cell Bingo

Definitions for Cell Bingo

TermDefinition
Nucleus Structure which controls the cells functions.
Membrane Structure which controls what enters and exits the cell.
Cytoplasm The site of chemical reactions inside the cell.
Chloroplasts Structure which contains chlorophyll to capture light energy for photosynthesis.
Vacuole Structure which contains cell sap.
Cell wall Structure which provides strength and support to plant cells.
Mitochondria The cell structures that are involved in making energy for the cell.
Ribosomes The cell structure in the cytoplasm involved in protein synthesis.
Plasmid The ring of DNA found in bacterial cells.
Animal The type of cell which never has a cell wall.
Plant The type of cell which has chloroplasts.
Microscope Used to make very small objects look bigger.
Lens A piece of glass or plastic shaped to magnify an object.
Fungi Yeast belongs to this group of living things.
Bacteria The type of cell which has no nucleus.
DNA The molecule which contains an organisms genetic information.
Created by: dhsbiology