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7th cells & Organiza

7th Cells, Levels of Organization & Asexual Reproduction

TermDefinition
Rudolf Virchow Scientist that first claimed that cells come from preexisting cells
Robert Hooke First Scientist to use the term "Cells" to describe what he was seeing under the microscope
Theodor Schwann A scientist who studied animal cells and concluded that all animals were made of cells
Microscope Scientific instrument that allows us to see cells
Ribosome Cell organelle where protein synthesis takes place
Nucleus The Eukaryotic organelle that contains genetic material
Cytoplasm The Jelly-like substance that holds all cell organelles
Membrane cell part that surrounds the cytoplasm and controls items entering and leaving the cell
Autotrophic The type of organisms that make their own food
Chloroplast An autotrophic organism's cell organelle that allows it to make its own food
Cell Wall A structural cell part made of cellulose and not part of aninmal cells
Mitochondria The powerhouse organelle where cellular respiration takes place
Fine The adjustment knob on a microscope for making small adjustments
Prokaryotic A type of cells that do not have a nucleus
Bacteria A single celled organism that does not have a nucleus
Unicellular Another name for a single celled organism
Tissue A group of cells working together
Organ A group of tissues working together
Organ system One or more organs that work together to perform a function
Cells The simplest building blocks of living things
Complementary Body systems that often work together
Red Blood Cell Special type of cell that carries oxygen through the Circulatory system
Cilia Paramecium hair like cell parts that are used to help it move
Vacuole Fluid filled cell organelle used primarily for water storage
Plants Organisms with cells that contain large vacuoles, cell walls and chloroplasts
Compound Microscope A type of microscope with 2 or more lens combined
Flagellum A whip-like tail that allow euglena to move
Vegetative Propagation A form of asexual reproduction in which offspring grow from the parts of the parent plant
Asexual reproduction a type of reproduction in which one parent produces offspring that are genetically identical to itself
Fragmentation a form of asexual reproduction in which a parent breaks into parts that may regenerate into offspring
Budding A form of asexual reproduction in which a new organism grows from the body of the parent
Binary fission A form of asexual reproduction in which the parent cell divides into two genetically identical cells
Sporulation A form of asexual reproduction in which a parent releases spores that develop into offspring
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