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Homeostasis Vocab

Vocabulary about cells

Nucleus A cell structure that contains chromosomes and tell the cell what to do
Chromosome Made of nucleic acid and contains genetic information (DNA)
Chromotid The double copy of the chromosome during mitosis. Looks like an “X”
Seed A flowering plant’s unit of reproduction, capable of creating a new plant.
Spores Single celled reproductive unit of nonflowering plants, bacteria, fungi, and algae that makes a copy of the organisms that produced it.
Pistil Part of the flower of the plant, the female part of the pant, if fertilized a seed will be formed
Stamin The male parts of the flower that contain pollen, which fertilizes a flower.
Homeostasis The ability to maintain stability in response to environmental changes.
Insulin A hormone produced by the pancreas that regulates blood sugar when sugar levels get too high.
Glucagon A hormone produced by the pancreas that regulates blood sugar when sugar levels get too low.
Created by: Layla.04