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mitosis a process in which a cell makes an exact copy of itself and splits used to reproduce
binary fission is a type of asexual reproduction in which a prokaryotic cell divides into two cells
homeostasis the way a cell keeps a stable internal balance ex. shivering
cell the smallest unit that is capable of life functions
tissue a group of cells that work together to perform a specific job
organ two or more tissues working together to do a job
organ system organs working together to perform a certain job
organism any living things
unicellular one celled organism
multicellular multiple cells organism
prokaryotic a cell with no nucleus
eukaryotic a cell with a nucleus
lysosomes digestive plant for proteins fats and carbohydrates
cytoplasm a gel like mixture in a cell
vacuol for storage digestion and waste removal
chloroplast usually found in plant cells where photosynthesis takes place
nucleolus inside nucleus contains RNA to make proteins
golgi bodie protein packaging plant
E.R assists in the production process and transport of proteins and in the production of lipids
cell wall supports the structure of plant cells
cell memberane protective layer that covers a cells surface controles movement in and out of the cell
mitochondria power house of the cell cellular respiration happens here
ribosomes they make proteins
nucleus membrane covered organelle that holds the cells DNA
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