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Unit C: Microbes

TermDefinition
Microbe A living thing too small to be seen with the eye alone
Micro Very small
Magnify To increase in size
Magnification The measurement of how much an object is increased in size
Cell Basic unit of structure and function of a living thing
Cell theory 1. that all livings things are made up of one or more cells
Multi-celular made up of more than more cell
Nucleus Control center or "brain of the cell. Contains the DNA and gives instructions to produce protiens
Mitochondria gives energy to the cell
Endoplasmic Rectilum Main transport system of the cell; carriers proteins and other materials for use throughout the cell
Yeast A single celled organism (type of fungi)
Virus A non-living piece of genetic material surrounded by a protein coat that invades and then reproduces inside a living cell
Protist Single-celled microorganism that contains a nucleus
Bacteria Single celled microorganism that lacks a nucleus
Blood Types
Created by: newgenwebhead