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ch 5 cell organelles

chapter 5 cells

TermDefinition
Prokaryotic cells bacteria, do not have a nucleus
Eukaryotic cells protist, plant, animal; have a nucleus
Cell membrane control what enters and leaves the cell
Cytoplasm gel-like fluid found inside the cell.
Cytoplasm made mostly of water
Nucleus the control center of the cell because it has DNA
Mitochondrion (pl. mitochondria) Produces energy for the cell. Power house
Mitochondrion Produces energy for the cell by the process of cellular respiration
Vacuoles Temporary storage centers in the cell.
Lysosomes organelles that digest food, worn out organelles
Cell wall provides shape and support for PLANT cells.
Chloroplast produce(make)food for plants by the process of photosynthesis.
Chlorophyll green pigment in plants that gives them green color.
What makes plant and animal cells ?different? Plant cells are different from animal cells because plant cells have cell walls and chloroplasts.
The Cell theory states *Cells are the basic unit of structure and function in all living things. * All organisms are made of one or more cells *Cells come from other existing cells
cellular respiration mitochondria
The cell theory states that cells come only form other existing cells
respiration uses oxygen and glucose(sugar)
respiration produces(makes) energy,carbon dioxide and water
photosynthesis uses sunlight energy,carbon dioxide and water
photosynthesis produces(makes) oxygen and glucose(sugar)
respiration(cellular) takes place in mitochondrion
photosynthesis takes place in chloroplast
The cell theory states that every organism is made up of one or more cells.
Created by: science7th
 

 



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