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basic unit of structure and function in living things cell
a group of cells that work together to do a specific job tissue
made up of two or more tissues which have a specialized function organ
group of organs that work together to do a specific job organ system
any living thing organism
a structure inside of a cell that performs a specific job organelle
jelly-like material inside the outer membrane that holds the organelles cytoplasm
a lipid barrier that encloses the cytoplasm and controls what comes in and goes out cell membrane
a tough protective barrier that surrounds the membrane in some cells cell wall
found in all eukaryotic cells contains DNA and controls activity nucleus
source of energy production mitochondria
a large fluid-filled organelle present in all plant and fungal cells and some animal and bacterial cells vacuole
in plants and is the site of photosynthesis chloroplast
the cell is the basic unit of all living things cell theory
an organelle that contains enzymes that are capable of breaking down molecules lysosomes
a chemical reaction during which plants convert radiant energy to chemical energy photosynthesis
process of obtaining energy from the breaking down of chemical bonds in nutrients cellular respiration
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