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cells

cells vocabulary

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prokaryotic cell a more simple cell that has few cell structures and no nuclues
eukaryotic cell a more complex cell that has a nucleus
multicellular an organism made of more than one cell
unicellular an organism made of one cell
heterotrophic an organism that must eat others for food
autotrophic an organism that can make its own food
cell the basic unit of life that is the smallest part of an organism. All living things are made of cells
DNA genetic material found in all cells
nucleus a membrane bound structure found in eukaryotic cells that contains or holds DNA
Igneous rock A type of rock formed when a rock is melted into magma and then cools and hardens
sedimentary rock formed when rocks are weathered and eroded, then deposited in layers and then compacted and cemented
metamorphic rock formed when a rock is put under heat and pressure
convergent boundary when two tectonic plates push together and collide
transform boundary when two tectonic plates slide past each other side to side
divergent boundary when two tectonic plates move apart or divide
Cell membrane the protective outer layer that covers the cell. its the gatekeeper or bouncer and is found in all types of cells
Cytoplasm The jelly like substance inside all types of cells
Created by: amy.buchanan
 

 



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