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Cells are the basic unit of: Life
How many cells does a unicellular cell have? One
Cells have four things in common. They are small in size Have a cell membrane What are the other two? Have DNA Have cytoplasm
Special structures that carry out cell's life processes Organelles
A phospholipid bilayer that surrounds a cells surface and acts like a barrier between the inside and outside of the cell. Allows nutrients in and waste products out Cell membrane
Hereditary material found in the cell DNA
Jelly like fluid inside the cell which organelles float in Cytoplasm
Worlds smallest cell and not complex (bacteria) Prokaryotic cells
Multicellular Eukaryotic cells
Which cell has circular DNA? Prokaryotic
Which cell has a nucleus? Eukaryotic
Which cell has membrane covered organelles? Eukaryotic
Created by: Miss Duke