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Cell

TermDefinition
membrane a flexible covering that protects the inside of a cell from the environment outside.
A cell membrane is made of phospholids and proteins
cell wall stiff structure outside the cell membrane but only on a plant cell
flagellum a long tail like structure that can move a cell or move molecules away from cell
cytoplasm Fluid that contains salts and other molecules
cytoskeleton threadlike proteins that are joined to form a framework inside a cell.
prokaryote and eukaryote Two types of cells
plant and animals are made up of one or more eukaryote cell.
eukaryote cells have a membrane surrounded but organelles which have special functions
nucleus is in a eukaryote cell that directs all activity and contains DNA
ribosomes small structures that are made of proteins
ribosomes are in a cells cytoplasm and are attached to the endoplasmic reticulum
mitochondria through this energy is released during a chemical reactions
ATP is fuel for cellular process such growth, cell division and material transport.
chloroplasts are membrane organelles that use light energy glucose to water and carbon dioxide. Which is photosynthesis
Golgi apparatus prepare proteins and package them into........vesicles a ball like structure
lysosomes help recycle cellular components
Vacuoles are organelles that store water food and waste.
Created by: cicerchb
 

 



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