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Cell Chapter 1 & 2

Cell structure and processes

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A cell is no longer dividing the nucleus has stopped working.
cell division is necessary for growth and development
cell division leads to an increase in cell number
In the process of mitosis one cell divides & creates two identical cells
Plants use carbon dioxide during photosynthesis
Plants release oxygen
In order to make sugar molecules, plants need water, sunlight, and carbon dioxide
Plants use sugars and minerals from the soil to make carbohydrates, proteins, and fats
Evidence that plants use energy they grow and reproduce
Evidence that plants store food energy for later use in the winter months they stop producing food and rest
The products of photosynthesis oxygen and sugar
The main function of photosynthesis cells convert energy from sunlight into food energy
Cellular respiration produces carbon dioxide
Inputs of photosynthesis water and carbon dioxide
Outputs of photosynthesis sugar and oxygen
Inputs of cellular respiration oxygen and sugars
Outputs of cellular respiration water and carbon dioxide
Plants depend on animals for carbon dixoide
This is a product of photosynthesis, but required for cellular respiration glucose
Tissue work together to form the organ
A group of cells working together form tissue
Prokaryote does not contain this cell structure nucleus
Cell structures found in plant and animal cells cell membrane, nucleus, and mitochondrion
Cell structure not present in an animal cell cell wall
Cell structure found in plants that capture sunlight chloroplasts
Cells have different shapes because their form helps them perform different functions in the body.
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