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50 Questions Test on Thursday March 23

TermDefinition
Cell Membrane A cell membrane is a protective layer that covers a cells surface and acts as a barrier between the inside of a cell and the cells
Organelles An organelle is a small body in a cells cytoplasm that is specialized to function
Cytoplasm The region enclosed by the cell membrane that includes the fluid and all the organelles of the cell is called the cytoplasm
Nucleus Contains the DNA in some cells
Prokaryotic No nucleus, DNA in cytoplasm, circular DNA, bacteria, yeast
Eukaryotic DNA in nucleus, linear DNA, organelles, animal and plant cells,fungi
Bacteria 1st cell on earth,unicellular,prokaryotic
Cell A cell is the smallest functional and structural unit of all living organisms "little rooms"
Tissue A group of similar cells that preform a common function
Organ A structure made of a collection of tissues that carries out a specialized function
Organ System A group of organs working together to preform body functions
Lysosome Transports undigested materials to cell membrane for removal
Vacuole Membrane bound sacs for storage digestion and waste removal
Nucleolus Contains RNA to build protein
Chloroplast Where photosynthesis takes place in the plant cell
Golgi Complex Protein packaging plant and moves materials without the cell
ER Transport of proteins and production of lipids
Mitochondria Recycles and decomposes protein, fats, and carb
Ribosomes Found on the ER making proteins
Cell Wall Only found in the plant cell and supports and protects cells
Cell Membrane Controls the movement of materials going in and out of the cell
Nucleus Contains DNA and makes all the decisions of the cell.
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