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Capsid a protein shell that surrounds a virus
Carcinogen a chemical that causes cancer
Carrier an organism that transmits a disease yet shows no symptoms of the disease itself
Catastrophic event an event that changes the ability for organisms to survive on a large scale.
Cell a basic unit structure and functions of all organisms; the smallest unit of matter that can carry on all the process of life
Cell cycle a continuous process in which cells grow, make copies of their chromosomes, and divide to form daughter cells.
Cell division the process through which a cell divides to from two cells that are identical
Cell membrane the structure that surrounds a cell, providing a barrier between the inside of the cell and the cell’s external environment
Cell theory a statement that all living things are composed of cells; a cell is the basic unit of structure and functions; and all cells come from existing cells
Cell wall a rigid structure that surrounds the cell membrane of bacterial cells, plant cells, and some fungus cells, providing support and protection to the cell
Cellular respiration the process cells use to obtain energy from food.
Chemical a substance used in or formed by a chemical process; a substance that has a definite composition
Chemical Bonds an action that changes the identity of a substance
Chemical Formal the method of using chemical symbols to identify the number of atoms of each element in a molecule or a compound
Chemical Property a characteristic that describes how the matter will changes under certain conditions
Chemical reaction a process by which new substance are formed
Chemical weathering a process that changes the chemical composition of rock
Chemistry the study of the composition of substances and changes the undergo
Chlorophyll green pigment that captures the energy of the Sun to drive the process of photosynthesis
Chloroplast a cell organelle that stores chlorophyll and serves as the site for photosynthesis
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